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Eat, Drink & Be Merry: Painturo’s

Kenny Howell

Managing Editor

If you are looking for great food, and big savings, Painturo’s is the place for you. 

What started as a pizza place in Lebanon has grown to four locations, including Mt. Juliet. 

Although Painturo’s has grown in numbers, they are still committed to doing things the same way as when they opened for business in 2000. They make their pizza dough daily along with their homemade Foccacia bread. Each location also prepares their spaghetti sauce and pizza sauce weekly. In addition, they also make their two signature house dressings in each of their restaurants.The pizza has been awarded “Best Pizza in Mt. Juliet” several times. 

“We love Mt. Juliet,” said  Co-Owner Chad Painter, who started the business with his brother Nick. 

In addition to the great dinners you can order at Painturo’s, they offer an affordable $4.99 lunch menu, which is offered everyday until 2 p.m.

It includes small cheese 10-inch pizza, spaghetti marinara, pinwheels, cheese bread, a large mix salad and penne and marinara. 

The savings don’t stop there. Kids under 7 eat free when they are accompanied by an adult. One child per adult. 

Also, there is no tipping at Painturo’s, so you don’t have to worry about adding on to your bill. 

For the adults, there are 2-for-1 draft specials everyday of the week. Painturo’s has Fat Tire, ShockTop and Bud Light on tap. There is also wine on the menu, with a house red or house white. 

Monday and Tuesday, you can get $5 off any large pizza. If you become a fan on Facebook, you will also receive special offers. 

If you are looking to have an event, small party or business meeting, Painturo’s has a party room. If you have a presentation to give, the room is set up for Power Point. 

Painturo’s is located at 12910 Lebanon Rd. in Mt. Juliet. They are open everyday except Sunday, and have extended their week hours to 8:30 p.m. for the summer. They are open until 9 p.m. on Friday and Saturday. 

They can be reached at 754-4443. 

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