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July 19, 2024

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A. Marshall Hospitality to Host 2024 Restaurant Week

The hospitality group celebrates customers with food specials, giveaways and more January 22 - 28.

A. Marshall Hospitality (AMH), the family-owned, Franklin-based hospitality group behind beloved Puckett’s, Americana Taphouse, Burger Dandy, Deacon’s New South and Scout’s Pub, will be hosting its annual A. Marshall Hospitality Restaurant Week January 22 – 28.

For the third year in a row, AMH will offer food specials and giveaways across all 12 restaurants throughout Tennessee and Alabama during the week-long event, donating a portion of all proceeds to local Boys & Girls Clubs. 

“One of our favorite ways to celebrate a new year is by inviting guests through our doors to gather and dine, while giving back to our beloved community partners,” says AMH Proprietor Andy Marshall. “For the third year, our family-owned restaurant group will offer delicious food specials, exciting new giveaways and an opportunity to support Boys & Girls Clubs in our communities.”  

AMH Restaurant Week specials:  

    • Three-course prix fixe dinner menu for $30 

Patrons can win big this year by participating in the AMH Restaurant Week giveaways. Prizes include a two-night stay for two in Pigeon Forge with accommodations, attraction tickets and a Puckett’s Pigeon Forge dining experience, as well as a $500 and $250 AMH gift card to the second and third place winners. Guests can enter by scanning the QR code listed on the AMH Restaurant Week menu or by following instructions listed to post on social media for a chance to win. Winners will be chosen at random on Jan. 29 and contacted by way of entry.  

As an organization close to the heart of CEO Andy Marshall, a portion of all proceeds made during AMH Restaurant Week will be donated to local Boys & Girls Clubs. 

For more information about AMH Restaurant Week and the AMH family of restaurants, visit  


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Michael Aldrich

Michael Aldrich is Nashville Parent's Managing Editor and a Middle Tennessee arts writer. He and his wife, Alison, are the proud parents of 4-year-old Ezra and baby Norah.