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Food Trucks

What was once a construction rental lot, is now a food truck community. Owners Alden and Scott Larrick moved to the area from Austin, Texas in 2016 and noticed that something was missing. In their hometown, food truck parks were common and
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Coffee Shops

According to a study by Harvard University, 54% of Americans drink coffee daily at an average of 3 cups per day. Hailing as one of the most widely consumed beverages, there is certainly more than one way coffee can be prepared. From
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Crispy Comfort

Nothing will warm you up quite like a platter of golden, crispy fried chicken and its best friend, beer. No wonder restaurants specialize in fried chicken across America! Fried chicken is traditionally a lunch option, but this is one
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PIE!

What’s more American than apple pie? Not much, the old phrase would have you believe. But regardless of whether your choice is apple, cherry, or some rare pie-in-the-sky you could easily find cooling on a your grandmother's window sill,…
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Boozy Brunch

A portmanteau (French for suitcase) word that folds together breakfast and lunch, brunch has become a way to celebrate a spirited Saturday or Sunday. (Or both!) Featuring the best of breakfast and lunch fare, alongside a cocktail—often a…
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Lakeside Dining

Knoxville area rivers offer lakeside scenery unrivaled by any in the surrounding counties. Such locations make for beautiful dining backdrops that accentuate an afternoon or evening of dining al fresco, whether eating fresh fish and…
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Eating East

Many of Knoxville’s best kept secrets are in the East. While Knoxvillians have been making the trek down Magnolia Avenue for Chandler’s Deli and Pizza Palace for decades, East Knoxville has a lot more to offer. With its abundance of green…
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Ready to Roll

Many eaters keep their distance from sushi because they do not want to consume raw fish, but sushi is much more than that. It evolved from a fish preservation technique that started in 4th century southeast Asia. That same technique is used…
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