Dining

Lost in the View

Rooftop spaces in East Tennessee offer a unique environment to kick back, relax with a drink, and enjoy the view To see and be seen. A view from the top is a summertime fave in East Tennessee, but with only a handful of rooms with a
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The Omakase Experience

Sit back and enjoy Koyo’s multi-course tasting menu At Koyo, on Clinch Avenue just off Market Square, Executive Chef Chris Bowman wants you to experience an evening of carefully curated courses and wines. “Omakase” refers to a
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Old School

Knoxville’s old school restaurants are still here for a reason and we’re stepping in to taste their legacies If everything old is new again, then these Old School Knoxville restaurants are the trendy up-and-comers on the restaurant
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[B]abylon Revisited

Point B is a little bit of Paris in Knoxville Owner Daniel Goss likes to tell both the long and the short versions of the founding story of Point B. The condensed version starts in the dark days of the pandemic lockdown in March 2020,
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Mexican? Yes, I can!

From burritos and tamales to ceviche and everything in between, Knoxville’s Mexican cuisine is not to be missed. When an ethnic food becomes a staple of American cuisine, we all benefit from the world’s flavors and cultures. East
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The Brass Pearl

Oysters on the half shell and signature cocktails bring NOLA to Market Square The French poet Léon-Paul Fargue wrote, “Eating oysters is like kissing the sea on the lips.” Knoxville’s only raw bar, The Brass Pearl, opened on Market
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Famous Faces & Places

You know them, you love them, you can’t live without… their FOOD! Dolly, Guy, Trevor, Blake, Paula, Drew, and Peyton all have local eateries and hangouts that have been swarmed with customers all hoping to get a peak at the
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New Eats

East Tennessee’s latest restaurants have us lining up for a spot at the table There are few things east Tennesseans love more than a new restaurant. And buddy, do we show up. Crowded foyers, loaded tables, and the fight to survive that
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Tuscany Comes to Maryville

Bella offers authentic Italian cuisine—and the flaming Pasta in the Wheel! Bella occupies a building in downtown Maryville that was built in 1925 as a J.C. Penney, whose name is memorialized in a mosaic at the front door. For 20
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Dinner And…

Local eateries boast both food and fun all in the same location. Date night anyone? Lots of places are just dinner. You eat, you go home. But if you want more than just a meal, East Tennessee has eateries offering all sorts of fun,
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