3160 E Andrew Johnson Highway
Greeneville, TN 37745
Phone: (423) 638-7511
Fax: (423) 638-8956
3160 E Andrew Johnson Highway , Greeneville, TN, US, 37745
- Phone: (423) 638-7511
- Fax: (423) 638-8956
Bars & Cafes
Wellington's is an exemplary restaurant serving Soul food from morning to night. Starting with a wholesome breakfast from 6:30a onwards, it serves guests the popular Huevos Rancheros, a traditional dish consisting of eggs and tortillas along with other dishes like Tennessee Monte Cristo and Southern Surf and Turf. Locals frequent this restaurant for its impeccable culinary creativity, as it brings alive flavors and textures from South of the Mason-Dixon Line.The bar serves premium bourbon and spirits, a fitting accompaniment to the spread.
After your dinner at the Italian Pizza Pub, walk into The Casbah for a post-dinner party with your friends. This neighborhood bar is an ideal place to gulp down a few bottles of beers and enjoy the casual and friendly vibe. Adding to this is the foot-tapping live music performances by independent artists or bands on tour. In the past, performers like Anthems Of Imperium, Chris Knight and My Dearest My Destroyer have entertained the audience with their original tunes. So gear up for more while on a visit to The Casbah.
Bite into fresh local ingredients on each visit to the Gourmet & Company. The restaurant features a fine range of irresistible dishes, like Cast Iron Roasted Chicken, Jilton Vegetarian and Crab Cakes, that tease the taste-buds. However, the good news is that since the food is local, nutritious and organic, one can actually give into the temptation and gorge on the menu! Sit outside with a drink in hand and lose yourself in the vivid flavors. The staff is helpful and polite. There is a small gift shop on the premises too, where one can pick up something after dinner.
Located in a 105 year old Victorian House, Miss Melanie's specializes in bridal teas, themed tea parties and children's etiquette and cooking classes. Lunch is served Tuesday through Saturday from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. and afternoon tea by reservation is offered Tuesday through Saturday from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m.
The Mecca Lounge is a mecca for live music. This place is a quintessential neighborhood pub replete with premium spirits, kitschy memorabilia on the walls and a jukebox. Their concert schedule is an impressive lineup of local musicians and touring bands. Some of their gigs have featured Height with Friends, Plagues Of Prophecy, Terror 423, Mr Rhythm, The Death Wells, Michale Graves and Eric Moon.
Enjoy light fare and conversation in a comfortable cozy atmosphere.
A grocery store, tavern, tea house, wine store, performance venue and more, Good Stuff Grocery has a lot to offer.
In a cozy atmosphere, Hibbert-Davis offers a large selection of coffee and a menu of soups, pastas, salads, and light sandwiches.
This trendy coffee shop is a great spot to read, catch up with friends, and enjoy gourmet coffee drinks and light, cafe style food.
Affiliated with Jack of the Wood and Laughing Seed in Asheville, Jack of Hearts Pub & Restaurant is a casual restaurant-cum-pub. The warm ambiance and friendly vibe here will put you to ease in an instant. While its menu features typical pub fare, the drinks include draught beers, wine and cocktails. While you are enjoying beer, don't worry about missing the on-going game as you can watch it live on the television. Patrons wanting to be all by themselves can relax on the patio and watch the traffic passing by. If you drop-by on Wednesdays or Thursdays, live bands perform here too. Truly, while you are around, do drop-in at Jack of Hearts and savor pub grub and chilled beer.
One of the few places in Asheville where you will find authentic German cuisine, Bavarian Restaurant & Biergarten has many a traditional delicacy to offer. There is a lot of care taken to ensure that what you are served is absolutely perfect, and so it is necessary to inform the restaurant about certain orders like the schweinshaxn a full day in advance. Schnitzels are a house specialty, and there are many varieties, whether topped with fried eggs, Ratskeller cream sauce or Black Forest ham for you to enjoy. The beer garden can accommodate 80, and is a lovely place to enjoy a few drinks.
Where can you get a microbrew, order up a veggie burger with soy cheese, catch CSI on the biggest television this side of the Mason-Dixon line and then see a movie all under one roof? At Asheville Pizza, that's where! Fear not, sports fans, that huge TV screen also broadcasts sporting events. The menu features typical bar food like "Crazy Hot" Wings and nachos, but it has a surprising number of vegetarian offerings as well. Hummus, spinach burgers, veggie lasagna and black beans with rice head up the list. If you are a movie buff, get a load of the in-house reels. Visit the website for more details on movie schedules and ticket rates.