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#3233521 - 04/27/13 10:38 PM Tennessee Hidden Treasures.....
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Gonna be traveling quite a bit this summer across the state and thought it would be nice to see some of the highly recommended culinary treasures that ol rocky top has to offer. seems like most of the food threads on this forum have centered around memphis bbq joints. So lets open this up to any type of foo in any city (or backroqad for that matter). Please list the city, name and type of food served.
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#3233523 - 04/27/13 10:41 PM Re: Tennessee Hidden Treasures..... [Re: redblood]
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Been listed here before, but definitely worth going:

Papa Boudreaux in Santa Fe (NOT Franklin).
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#3233527 - 04/27/13 10:45 PM Re: Tennessee Hidden Treasures..... [Re: BMan]
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 Originally Posted By: BMan
Been listed here before, but definitely worth going:

Papa Boudreaux in Santa Fe (NOT Franklin).



i am pretty close to santa fe. what type of food (although i have an idea based on the name)
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#3233615 - 04/28/13 07:08 AM Re: Tennessee Hidden Treasures..... [Re: redblood]
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Here's a couple:

East TN: Clinch Mountain Restaurant, Morristown, TN.
They are famous for their vinegar pie which was developed during WWI when there were sugar shortages. Its not really that great, but its famous.
http://www.clinchmountainlookout.com/restaurant.htm

Mid TN: Kleer Vu, Murfreesboro TN.
Meat and 3 in Murfreesboro, not far off the square. They run daily specials. The hot water cornbread is off the chain. Fried chicken is really good. Whiting fish sandwich is also good... as is the pig's foot.
http://www.urbanspoon.com/r/47/1120270/restaurant/Nashville/Kleer-Vu-Lunchroom-Murfreesboro

West TN: Pat's Cafe, Selmer TN
Slug burgers are unique to the McNairy county. It is a mixture of grain and low quality beef which they fry on the griddle. -quite tasty.
http://www.urbanspoon.com/r/300/1270310/restaurant/Tennessee/Pats-Cafe-Selmer
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#3233628 - 04/28/13 07:38 AM Re: Tennessee Hidden Treasures..... [Re: redblood]
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 Originally Posted By: redblood
 Originally Posted By: BMan
Been listed here before, but definitely worth going:

Papa Boudreaux in Santa Fe (NOT Franklin).

i am pretty close to santa fe. what type of food (although i have an idea based on the name)

Cajun. Here's the Yelp reviews.

It's actually closer to Fly than Santa Fe, but if you're familiar with the area go north on 7 from Columbia and look for the sign as you're coming down the last hill before Fly.
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#3233669 - 04/28/13 08:54 AM Re: Tennessee Hidden Treasures..... [Re: Poser]
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 Originally Posted By: Poser
Here's a couple:

East TN: Clinch Mountain Restaurant, Morristown, TN.
They are famous for their vinegar pie which was developed during WWI when there were sugar shortages. Its not really that great, but its famous.
http://www.clinchmountainlookout.com/restaurant.htm

Mid TN: Kleer Vu, Murfreesboro TN.
Meat and 3 in Murfreesboro, not far off the square. They run daily specials. The hot water cornbread is off the chain. Fried chicken is really good. Whiting fish sandwich is also good... as is the pig's foot.
http://www.urbanspoon.com/r/47/1120270/restaurant/Nashville/Kleer-Vu-Lunchroom-Murfreesboro

West TN: Pat's Cafe, Selmer TN
Slug burgers are unique to the McNairy county. It is a mixture of grain and low quality beef which they fry on the griddle. -quite tasty.
http://www.urbanspoon.com/r/300/1270310/restaurant/Tennessee/Pats-Cafe-Selmer




got some buddies that swear by kleer vu. say there aint a cook there under 300 pounds, which is a good sign. will have to check out the others, i know i have a trip to selmer in early june


Edited by redblood (04/28/13 03:21 PM)
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#3233670 - 04/28/13 08:55 AM Re: Tennessee Hidden Treasures..... [Re: BMan]
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 Originally Posted By: BMan
 Originally Posted By: redblood
 Originally Posted By: BMan
Been listed here before, but definitely worth going:

Papa Boudreaux in Santa Fe (NOT Franklin).

i am pretty close to santa fe. what type of food (although i have an idea based on the name)

Cajun. Here's the Yelp reviews.

It's actually closer to Fly than Santa Fe, but if you're familiar with the area go north on 7 from Columbia and look for the sign as you're coming down the last hill before Fly.



thanks. looked them up online. seems they have a huge following
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#3233709 - 04/28/13 10:16 AM Re: Tennessee Hidden Treasures..... [Re: redblood]
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Bush's in Chestnut Hill makes a bean pie. I haven't had it but lots of people talk about how good it is.
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#3233928 - 04/28/13 04:52 PM Re: Tennessee Hidden Treasures..... [Re: Bigg'un4214]
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Ye olde steak house, east tn. Seymour to be exact. Real good steaks
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#3234000 - 04/28/13 06:16 PM Re: Tennessee Hidden Treasures..... [Re: redblood]
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 Originally Posted By: redblood
 Originally Posted By: BMan
Been listed here before, but definitely worth going:

Papa Boudreaux in Santa Fe (NOT Franklin).



i am pretty close to santa fe. what type of food (although i have an idea based on the name)


And remember it's pronouced santa fee not santa fay.
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#3234090 - 04/28/13 07:43 PM Re: Tennessee Hidden Treasures..... [Re: Wobblyshot1]
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 Originally Posted By: Wobblyshot1
 Originally Posted By: redblood
 Originally Posted By: BMan
Been listed here before, but definitely worth going:

Papa Boudreaux in Santa Fe (NOT Franklin).



i am pretty close to santa fe. what type of food (although i have an idea based on the name)


And remember it's pronouced santa fee not santa fay.



found that out from a pre-vet ag student at MTSU when i was an undergrad there. i pronounced it santa fay and she was ready to fight
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#3234097 - 04/28/13 07:48 PM Re: Tennessee Hidden Treasures..... [Re: redblood]
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Not in TN, but if you're rolling through Sumner or Macon County, Harpers Catfish in Scottsville, KY is worth a detour.

We used to drive more than an hour to eat there after Sunday morning service.
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#3234113 - 04/28/13 07:54 PM Re: Tennessee Hidden Treasures..... [Re: WMAn]
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Poser is spot on with Pat's Cafe. Her slugburgers are by far the best I've had.
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#3234222 - 04/28/13 09:29 PM Re: Tennessee Hidden Treasures..... [Re: bowhunterfanatic]
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 Originally Posted By: bowhunterfanatic
Poser is spot on with Pat's Cafe. Her slugburgers are by far the best I've had.


Is Wink's still there? I used to hit that place up because they were greasier than Pat's, though, after not eating a slug burger for several years, Pat's was awesome.

Note that you cannot get a Slug Burger anywhere in Selmer after 2pm.
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#3234249 - 04/28/13 10:01 PM Re: Tennessee Hidden Treasures..... [Re: Poser]
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 Originally Posted By: Poser
 Originally Posted By: bowhunterfanatic
Poser is spot on with Pat's Cafe. Her slugburgers are by far the best I've had.


Is Wink's still there? I used to hit that place up because they were greasier than Pat's, though, after not eating a slug burger for several years, Pat's was awesome.

Note that you cannot get a Slug Burger anywhere in Selmer after 2pm.



why not?
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#3234263 - 04/28/13 10:25 PM Re: Tennessee Hidden Treasures..... [Re: redblood]
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 Originally Posted By: redblood
 Originally Posted By: Poser
 Originally Posted By: bowhunterfanatic
Poser is spot on with Pat's Cafe. Her slugburgers are by far the best I've had.


Is Wink's still there? I used to hit that place up because they were greasier than Pat's, though, after not eating a slug burger for several years, Pat's was awesome.

Note that you cannot get a Slug Burger anywhere in Selmer after 2pm.


None of the slug burger joints are open for dinner. Breakfast and lunch only.


why not?
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#3234271 - 04/28/13 10:44 PM Re: Tennessee Hidden Treasures..... [Re: Poser]
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keep em rolling guys. gonna try to hit each one that is anywhere remotely near my travels (except the mexican joints, they sell alpo and corn chips in lewisburg lol)
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#3234406 - 04/29/13 08:18 AM Re: Tennessee Hidden Treasures..... [Re: redblood]
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Chisholm Lake Store is a awesome place to eat if you in West TN on the weekends. The steaks are the best I have ever had.

http://www.chisholmlakestore.com


Wimpy's in Greenfield, TN has the best hamburger around this area IMO. Several other items on the menu are worth the drive also.

http://www.urbanspoon.com/r/300/1269096/restaurant/Tennessee/Wimpys-Greenfield
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#3234918 - 04/29/13 05:11 PM Re: Tennessee Hidden Treasures..... [Re: Dodge Man]
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Hattie B's hot chicken
112 19th ave s nashville

It's across from fly south , we eat there atleast once a week .

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#3235009 - 04/29/13 07:11 PM Re: Tennessee Hidden Treasures..... [Re: chip]
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 Originally Posted By: chip
Hattie B's hot chicken
112 19th ave s nashville

It's across from fly south , we eat there atleast once a week .



heard of that.isnt there one in memphis as well
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#3235268 - 04/29/13 11:29 PM Re: Tennessee Hidden Treasures..... [Re: redblood]
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Not sure of one in memphis , but the nashville one is good .
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#3235359 - 04/30/13 07:56 AM Re: Tennessee Hidden Treasures..... [Re: redblood]
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 Originally Posted By: redblood
 Originally Posted By: chip
Hattie B's hot chicken
112 19th ave s nashville

It's across from fly south , we eat there atleast once a week .



heard of that.isnt there one in memphis as well


You're probably thinking about Gus's fried Chicken
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#3235539 - 04/30/13 12:11 PM Re: Tennessee Hidden Treasures..... [Re: BuckWild]
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I just got back from Chattanooga for a few days.

We ate at Lupi's Pizza downtown, and I was really impressed. I had a calzone that was excellent, and my wife and kids shared a pizza that was also very good.

Sticky Fingers, also downtown, had a good selection of barbecue. I had the ribs, and would eat them again. They leave bottles of all their sauces at the table so that you can taste test them and decide what you like. Texture and meat quality was also above average. My wife's chopped pork sandwich was good, but nothing compared to Payne's in Memphis.
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#3235575 - 04/30/13 01:01 PM Re: Tennessee Hidden Treasures..... [Re: Crosshairy]
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Martin's bbq in Nolensville or Mt Juliet. I know the Nolensville location does whole hog on weekends. Usually ready around 3 or so. Took my boys (3 & 6 at the time) one Saturday and they were pulling the meat off. The staff let them stand by and watch and was handing them huge chunks of meat from the hog. My sons thought it was so cool to eat like that.
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#3235592 - 04/30/13 01:23 PM Re: Tennessee Hidden Treasures..... [Re: Crosshairy]
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There are no shortage of southern and barbecue-style restaurants around Memphis. I have a few random ones to throw out that do not involve those food types, since others will probably give more input there.

Given that this is a relatively big city and very food-oriented, you could spend a week eating here non-stop just trying to cover all the good places. You have a lot of picking and choosing to do!

Sushi - Bluefin (downtown on Main Street). It's relatively expensive, but if you go for lunch, they offer half price sushi rolls based off chef's selection that you pick from a tray as they are prepared. It's still hard to stay under $15 per person, because you always want to try one of their high-end (more expensive) rolls. Very good stuff. Best sushi in town, I think.

Italian - Bruno's (in Bartlett, a large suburb on the NE corner of Memphis), is a newer place that I stumbled upon last year, and I've been very impressed. It's in an old barbecue restaurant, and is one of those places where you can get great food without waiting long for a table since it hasn't gotten popular yet.

Italian - PaPa Pia's (downtown, on Union Avenue. Closed for lunch as of this year). They are mostly known for their flatbreads, but I generally recommend this place for high quality food without high prices. Their Barbecue Chicken Alfredo Pizza is the last thing I ate there - weird, but tasty.

Chinese - Chang's House (also in Bartlett) is a long-standing establishment in a tiny strip mall one block off the main road through town. Order the chicken fried rice, spring rolls, and anything else to go with it. Expect to have leftovers due to large portion sizes.

American (high-end) - Flight (downtown on Monroe & Main Street). Lunch is affordable ($10-15), dinner is fairly high ($25-35). They offer "flights" of meals, which means you get three smaller servings of food that follow a single theme, instead of a single entree. They have really cool menu items, including fresh seafood, elk, buffalo, duck, and some really tasty Cajun dishes. Perfect for someone who can't make up their mind about what they want to order. Romantic atmosphere for dinner, unless you are traveling with dudes...

Cajun - Deja Vu (just south of downtown, in the hood). A hole-in-the-wall lunch establishment. Get there before 11:30 or you might not get a table. Order the etoufee if you want something tasty and reliable. Check out all the pictures of the celebrities on the wall for a smile.
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#3235593 - 04/30/13 01:27 PM Re: Tennessee Hidden Treasures..... [Re: Crosshairy]
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Is Brunos at the old Pig and Whistle?
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#3235627 - 04/30/13 02:03 PM Re: Tennessee Hidden Treasures..... [Re: beechnut]
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Gus's fried chicken
Hwy 70 mason tn

Log cabin restaurant I guess it's perry county right on I-40. Somewhere around mile marker 143 i think. Decent southern food but they have a homemade buttermilk pie that is worth a road trip.


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#3235633 - 04/30/13 02:08 PM Re: Tennessee Hidden Treasures..... [Re: beechnut]
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 Originally Posted By: beechnut
Is Brunos at the old Pig and Whistle?


Yep, that's the place.

The service is a tad slow sometimes, but the food is good enough that I've gone three times now.
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#3235640 - 04/30/13 02:15 PM Re: Tennessee Hidden Treasures..... [Re: Crosshairy]
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 Originally Posted By: Crosshairy
There are no shortage of southern and barbecue-style restaurants around Memphis. I have a few random ones to throw out that do not involve those food types, since others will probably give more input there.

Given that this is a relatively big city and very food-oriented, you could spend a week eating here non-stop just trying to cover all the good places. You have a lot of picking and choosing to do!

Sushi - Bluefin (downtown on Main Street). It's relatively expensive, but if you go for lunch, they offer half price sushi rolls based off chef's selection that you pick from a tray as they are prepared. It's still hard to stay under $15 per person, because you always want to try one of their high-end (more expensive) rolls. Very good stuff. Best sushi in town, I think.

Italian - Bruno's (in Bartlett, a large suburb on the NE corner of Memphis), is a newer place that I stumbled upon last year, and I've been very impressed. It's in an old barbecue restaurant, and is one of those places where you can get great food without waiting long for a table since it hasn't gotten popular yet.

Italian - PaPa Pia's (downtown, on Union Avenue. Closed for lunch as of this year). They are mostly known for their flatbreads, but I generally recommend this place for high quality food without high prices. Their Barbecue Chicken Alfredo Pizza is the last thing I ate there - weird, but tasty.

Chinese - Chang's House (also in Bartlett) is a long-standing establishment in a tiny strip mall one block off the main road through town. Order the chicken fried rice, spring rolls, and anything else to go with it. Expect to have leftovers due to large portion sizes.

American (high-end) - Flight (downtown on Monroe & Main Street). Lunch is affordable ($10-15), dinner is fairly high ($25-35). They offer "flights" of meals, which means you get three smaller servings of food that follow a single theme, instead of a single entree. They have really cool menu items, including fresh seafood, elk, buffalo, duck, and some really tasty Cajun dishes. Perfect for someone who can't make up their mind about what they want to order. Romantic atmosphere for dinner, unless you are traveling with dudes...

Cajun - Deja Vu (just south of downtown, in the hood). A hole-in-the-wall lunch establishment. Get there before 11:30 or you might not get a table. Order the etoufee if you want something tasty and reliable. Check out all the pictures of the celebrities on the wall for a smile.


You are going out on a limb to assume that Redblood eats Sushi... or Chinese. \:o
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#3235754 - 04/30/13 04:45 PM Re: Tennessee Hidden Treasures..... [Re: Poser]
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Poser,
I definitely had that thought when writing about Bluefin, LOL
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#3235886 - 04/30/13 08:06 PM Re: Tennessee Hidden Treasures..... [Re: BuckWild]
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 Originally Posted By: BuckWild
 Originally Posted By: redblood
 Originally Posted By: chip
Hattie B's hot chicken
112 19th ave s nashville

It's across from fly south , we eat there atleast once a week .



heard of that.isnt there one in memphis as well


You're probably thinking about Gus's fried Chicken






i bet your right
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#3235888 - 04/30/13 08:09 PM Re: Tennessee Hidden Treasures..... [Re: Poser]
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 Originally Posted By: Poser
 Originally Posted By: Crosshairy
There are no shortage of southern and barbecue-style restaurants around Memphis. I have a few random ones to throw out that do not involve those food types, since others will probably give more input there.

Given that this is a relatively big city and very food-oriented, you could spend a week eating here non-stop just trying to cover all the good places. You have a lot of picking and choosing to do!

Sushi - Bluefin (downtown on Main Street). It's relatively expensive, but if you go for lunch, they offer half price sushi rolls based off chef's selection that you pick from a tray as they are prepared. It's still hard to stay under $15 per person, because you always want to try one of their high-end (more expensive) rolls. Very good stuff. Best sushi in town, I think.

Italian - Bruno's (in Bartlett, a large suburb on the NE corner of Memphis), is a newer place that I stumbled upon last year, and I've been very impressed. It's in an old barbecue restaurant, and is one of those places where you can get great food without waiting long for a table since it hasn't gotten popular yet.

Italian - PaPa Pia's (downtown, on Union Avenue. Closed for lunch as of this year). They are mostly known for their flatbreads, but I generally recommend this place for high quality food without high prices. Their Barbecue Chicken Alfredo Pizza is the last thing I ate there - weird, but tasty.

Chinese - Chang's House (also in Bartlett) is a long-standing establishment in a tiny strip mall one block off the main road through town. Order the chicken fried rice, spring rolls, and anything else to go with it. Expect to have leftovers due to large portion sizes.

American (high-end) - Flight (downtown on Monroe & Main Street). Lunch is affordable ($10-15), dinner is fairly high ($25-35). They offer "flights" of meals, which means you get three smaller servings of food that follow a single theme, instead of a single entree. They have really cool menu items, including fresh seafood, elk, buffalo, duck, and some really tasty Cajun dishes. Perfect for someone who can't make up their mind about what they want to order. Romantic atmosphere for dinner, unless you are traveling with dudes...

Cajun - Deja Vu (just south of downtown, in the hood). A hole-in-the-wall lunch establishment. Get there before 11:30 or you might not get a table. Order the etoufee if you want something tasty and reliable. Check out all the pictures of the celebrities on the wall for a smile.


You are going out on a limb to assume that Redblood eats Sushi... or Chinese. \:o




lol, a pretty spindly one at that. i'll pass on the raw fish, but i have been known to eat chinese, just so long as it is fresh cooked to order and dumped out for people to wade through
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#3236172 - 05/01/13 09:14 AM Re: Tennessee Hidden Treasures..... [Re: redblood]
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In Nashville for Thai hit up "The Smiling Elephant". It's a block or two away from Zanies Comedy Club on 8th. You never know who you may see there.

https://twitter.com/SmilingElephnt/status/324239262432256001/photo/1

In West Nashville try the "Korea House". It's the real deal. Or you can get great Vietnamese food at Kein Gang (sp). Best Pho in town and also great dumpling soup.

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#3237434 - 05/02/13 07:02 PM Re: Tennessee Hidden Treasures..... [Re: Crosshairy]
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Another note about Papa Boudreaux's - cash only. I also noticed in the review that it says "no alcohol". He doesn't sell alcohol, but you are welcome to BYOB. They will provide wine glasses and corkscrew. Lots of people bring beer.

Another good cash only place is MarcyJo's. Country style food. Open for breakfast and lunch, Tues - Sat. Lot's of really good baked goods, including bread. It's at the intersection of TN Hwy 99 (Bear Creek Pike) and US 431. That's Pottsville if you're familiar with the area. They serve a great western omelot.

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#3237625 - 05/02/13 10:29 PM Re: Tennessee Hidden Treasures..... [Re: TNCharlie]
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drove by marcyjo's mealhouse twice a week. have never ate their.
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#3238283 - 05/03/13 04:45 PM Re: Tennessee Hidden Treasures..... [Re: redblood]
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About 15 minutes from Dickson down Highway 7 is a little restaurant called the Beacon Light. They're famous for they're fried chicken, country ham, and biscuits and homemade preserves. With the chicken you get half a chicken fried in a big black skillet. Homemade biscuits and homemade preserves come with every meal. Serve breakfast all day long. Everything there is good.

http://beaconlighttearoom.com/

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#3238510 - 05/03/13 08:45 PM Re: Tennessee Hidden Treasures..... [Re: spur necklace 3]
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The Beacon Light is on Hwy 100 about 2 miles east of the 46/7/100 intersection.

And spur's right, it is good.
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#3239279 - 05/05/13 09:22 AM Re: Tennessee Hidden Treasures..... [Re: spur necklace 3]
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 Originally Posted By: spur necklace 3
About 15 minutes from Dickson down Highway 7 is a little restaurant called the Beacon Light. They're famous for they're fried chicken, country ham, and biscuits and homemade preserves. With the chicken you get half a chicken fried in a big black skillet. Homemade biscuits and homemade preserves come with every meal. Serve breakfast all day long. Everything there is good.

http://beaconlighttearoom.com/




checked there site out. that one is for sure on the list.
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#3239281 - 05/05/13 09:23 AM Re: Tennessee Hidden Treasures..... [Re: redblood]
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 Originally Posted By: redblood
drove by marcyjo's mealhouse twice a week. have never ate their.



will remedy that very soon
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#3239565 - 05/05/13 02:55 PM Re: Tennessee Hidden Treasures..... [Re: redblood]
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You need to go to Bacara's if your ever up this way. Its a German restaurant out in the middle of nowhere. Very fine establishment.
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#3239601 - 05/05/13 04:17 PM Re: Tennessee Hidden Treasures..... [Re: smstone22]
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 Originally Posted By: smstone22
You need to go to Bacara's if your ever up this way. Its a German restaurant out in the middle of nowhere. Very fine establishment.



what city, we are working on our route now.
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#3239638 - 05/05/13 04:57 PM Re: Tennessee Hidden Treasures..... [Re: redblood]
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 Originally Posted By: redblood
 Originally Posted By: smstone22
You need to go to Bacara's if your ever up this way. Its a German restaurant out in the middle of nowhere. Very fine establishment.



what city, we are working on our route now.


Jamestown but its way out from town in the country near Pickett State Park.
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#3239769 - 05/05/13 07:32 PM Re: Tennessee Hidden Treasures..... [Re: smstone22]
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 Originally Posted By: smstone22
You need to go to Bacara's if your ever up this way. Its a German restaurant out in the middle of nowhere. Very fine establishment.

Authentic German? Or Americanized German?
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#3239828 - 05/05/13 08:12 PM Re: Tennessee Hidden Treasures..... [Re: BMan]
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found it online. looks great
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#3240316 - 05/06/13 11:19 AM Re: Tennessee Hidden Treasures..... [Re: BMan]
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 Originally Posted By: BMan
 Originally Posted By: smstone22
You need to go to Bacara's if your ever up this way. Its a German restaurant out in the middle of nowhere. Very fine establishment.

Authentic German? Or Americanized German?

I wouldnt honestly know because I wouldnt honestly know the difference lol
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#3240318 - 05/06/13 11:24 AM Re: Tennessee Hidden Treasures..... [Re: smstone22]
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 Originally Posted By: smstone22
 Originally Posted By: BMan
 Originally Posted By: smstone22
You need to go to Bacara's if your ever up this way. Its a German restaurant out in the middle of nowhere. Very fine establishment.

Authentic German? Or Americanized German?

I wouldnt honestly know because I wouldnt honestly know the difference lol


Best thing to order at a German restaurant is Pig Knuckles. And beer, lots of beer... can't eat German food without it.
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#3240324 - 05/06/13 11:41 AM Re: Tennessee Hidden Treasures..... [Re: Poser]
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There is one restaurant in this county that I can think that serves beer and they wont last long. And one more where you can bring your own, Bacaras is the bring your own place. Dont know if they have pig knuckles or not, I cant tell what half of their menu items are, I just know everything Ive eaten there is great LOL
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#3240360 - 05/06/13 12:40 PM Re: Tennessee Hidden Treasures..... [Re: smstone22]
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 Originally Posted By: smstone22
 Originally Posted By: BMan
 Originally Posted By: smstone22
You need to go to Bacara's if your ever up this way. Its a German restaurant out in the middle of nowhere. Very fine establishment.

Authentic German? Or Americanized German?

I wouldnt honestly know because I wouldnt honestly know the difference lol

Guess I'll be scheduling a trip to Bacara's to find out, then.
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#3240644 - 05/06/13 05:35 PM Re: Tennessee Hidden Treasures..... [Re: BMan]
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restaraunt linderhoff in farragut- off the chain authentic german. dinner only.little pricey but worth it.recommend reservations, small place that stays packed. the brewery I-40 kingston exit.go north on 58. 1/4 mile from exit. great burgers. nice small bar. recommend for lunch and a cold 1

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#3240881 - 05/06/13 10:25 PM Re: Tennessee Hidden Treasures..... [Re: waterman]
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keep em coming. working on a map now. gonna be a fun summer
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#3241740 - 05/07/13 10:49 PM Re: Tennessee Hidden Treasures..... [Re: redblood]
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 Originally Posted By: redblood
 Originally Posted By: BuckWild
 Originally Posted By: redblood
 Originally Posted By: chip
Hattie B's hot chicken
112 19th ave s nashville

It's across from fly south , we eat there atleast once a week .



heard of that.isnt there one in memphis as well


You're probably thinking about Gus's fried Chicken






i bet your right


Wasn't impressed with it good but not impressive Gus's that is


Edited by Hollar Hunter (05/07/13 10:56 PM)
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#3241742 - 05/07/13 10:50 PM Re: Tennessee Hidden Treasures..... [Re: BMan]
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 Originally Posted By: BMan
The Beacon Light is on Hwy 100 about 2 miles east of the 46/7/100 intersection.

And spur's right, it is good.


X2 been good for many years!
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#3241743 - 05/07/13 10:53 PM Re: Tennessee Hidden Treasures..... [Re: redblood]
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 Originally Posted By: redblood
 Originally Posted By: BMan
 Originally Posted By: redblood
 Originally Posted By: BMan
Been listed here before, but definitely worth going:

Papa Boudreaux in Santa Fe (NOT Franklin).

i am pretty close to santa fe. what type of food (although i have an idea based on the name)

Cajun. Here's the Yelp reviews.

It's actually closer to Fly than Santa Fe, but if you're familiar with the area go north on 7 from Columbia and look for the sign as you're coming down the last hill before Fly.



thanks. looked them up online. seems they have a huge following


Can't believe I've not known about this one! I use to ride my dirtbike to the general store in fly when I was a kid. fella with an eye patch behind the counter... Use to sell guns and all..., the good ole days... Going to have to find this one and check it out for sure...


Edited by Hollar Hunter (05/07/13 10:54 PM)
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#3241833 - 05/08/13 06:11 AM Re: Tennessee Hidden Treasures..... [Re: Hollar Hunter]
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 Originally Posted By: Hollar Hunter
 Originally Posted By: redblood
 Originally Posted By: BMan
 Originally Posted By: redblood
 Originally Posted By: BMan
Been listed here before, but definitely worth going:

Papa Boudreaux in Santa Fe (NOT Franklin).

i am pretty close to santa fe. what type of food (although i have an idea based on the name)

Cajun. Here's the Yelp reviews.

It's actually closer to Fly than Santa Fe, but if you're familiar with the area go north on 7 from Columbia and look for the sign as you're coming down the last hill before Fly.



thanks. looked them up online. seems they have a huge following


Can't believe I've not known about this one! I use to ride my dirtbike to the general store in fly when I was a kid. fella with an eye patch behind the counter... Use to sell guns and all..., the good ole days... Going to have to find this one and check it out for sure...

One old-timer told me the building used to be a Wishy Washy Laundromat, so if you know where that was you're good to go.
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#3242451 - 05/08/13 08:01 PM Re: Tennessee Hidden Treasures..... [Re: BMan]
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A taste of dandridge... Exit 417 on interstate 40. Catfish sandwich is amazing...
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#3242494 - 05/08/13 08:40 PM Re: Tennessee Hidden Treasures..... [Re: browtines]
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Campbell Station country store in culleoka, 2800 dodson gap road . Really good diner on the wknds frog legs , and steaks are real good .
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#3242507 - 05/08/13 08:56 PM Re: Tennessee Hidden Treasures..... [Re: chip]
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Good info everyone. This thread is deserving of a sticky for future reference. \:\)
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#3242955 - 05/09/13 01:57 PM Re: Tennessee Hidden Treasures..... [Re: Andy S.]
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The Log Cabin in Loudon. Exit 72 on I75 south, then left a few miles. Southern cooking mostly. I love their hot roast beef sammich.
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#3243127 - 05/09/13 08:01 PM Re: Tennessee Hidden Treasures..... [Re: TNCharlie]
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 Originally Posted By: TNCharlie

Another note about Papa Boudreaux's - cash only. I also noticed in the review that it says "no alcohol". He doesn't sell alcohol, but you are welcome to BYOB. They will provide wine glasses and corkscrew. Lots of people bring beer.


they also take checks,just no cards.in the summer time the parking lot is like a big talegate party.everyone standing around drinking.they also have live music on weekends(a one man band)if you go and they have catfish st.jaques besure to try it it is great.

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#3243585 - 05/10/13 12:14 PM Re: Tennessee Hidden Treasures..... [Re: BMan]
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They had a second location right by the intersate (172 exit) in Dickson, dont know why it closed was good eating!

 Originally Posted By: BMan
Been listed here before, but definitely worth going:

Papa Boudreaux in Santa Fe (NOT Franklin).
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#3244131 - 05/11/13 06:51 AM Re: Tennessee Hidden Treasures..... [Re: Poser]
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Gersthaus in nashville for knuckles and beer
http://www.gersthaus.com/appetizers.html

 Originally Posted By: Poser
 Originally Posted By: smstone22
 Originally Posted By: BMan
 Originally Posted By: smstone22
You need to go to Bacara's if your ever up this way. Its a German restaurant out in the middle of nowhere. Very fine establishment.

Authentic German? Or Americanized German?

I wouldnt honestly know because I wouldnt honestly know the difference lol


Best thing to order at a German restaurant is Pig Knuckles. And beer, lots of beer... can't eat German food without it.
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#3244134 - 05/11/13 06:56 AM Re: Tennessee Hidden Treasures..... [Re: Hollar Hunter]
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 Originally Posted By: Hollar Hunter
 Originally Posted By: BMan
The Beacon Light is on Hwy 100 about 2 miles east of the 46/7/100 intersection.

And spur's right, it is good.


X2 been good for many years!


How far from I-840 and whicha away?
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#3244135 - 05/11/13 07:01 AM Re: Tennessee Hidden Treasures..... [Re: Hawk]
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The Wild Hare just a short drive off I-40 at Whitebridge exit has great anything on the menu.

http://thewildharenashville.com/
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#3244223 - 05/11/13 09:14 AM Re: Tennessee Hidden Treasures..... [Re: Hawk]
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 Originally Posted By: Hawk

Gersthaus in nashville for knuckles and beer
http://www.gersthaus.com/appetizers.html

 Originally Posted By: Poser
 Originally Posted By: smstone22
 Originally Posted By: BMan
 Originally Posted By: smstone22
You need to go to Bacara's if your ever up this way. Its a German restaurant out in the middle of nowhere. Very fine establishment.

Authentic German? Or Americanized German?

I wouldnt honestly know because I wouldnt honestly know the difference lol


Best thing to order at a German restaurant is Pig Knuckles. And beer, lots of beer... can't eat German food without it.

Go to the Gersthaus for the beer; avoid the food.
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#3244225 - 05/11/13 09:17 AM Re: Tennessee Hidden Treasures..... [Re: Hawk]
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 Originally Posted By: Hawk
 Originally Posted By: Hollar Hunter
 Originally Posted By: BMan
The Beacon Light is on Hwy 100 about 2 miles east of the 46/7/100 intersection.

And spur's right, it is good.


X2 been good for many years!


How far from I-840 and whicha away?

About 4-1/2 miles west of 840, on the left (south) side of the road.

If you're coming via I-40, either direction, the best route is to get off of I-40 at exit 172, turn left (south) and go to the 46/100/7 intersection (about 6 miles). Turn left at that light onto 100 East and the Beacon Light will be a mile or two up the road on the right.
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#3244229 - 05/11/13 09:23 AM Re: Tennessee Hidden Treasures..... [Re: HuntingDicksonDTC]
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 Originally Posted By: HuntingDicksonDTC
They had a second location right by the intersate (172 exit) in Dickson, dont know why it closed was good eating!

 Originally Posted By: BMan
Been listed here before, but definitely worth going:

Papa Boudreaux in Santa Fe (NOT Franklin).

We're pretty friendly with the woman who was running that location, and it was a combination of factors. We went there a couple of times and the food was good, but still not as good as the location in Santa Fe/Fly.
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#3244315 - 05/11/13 01:03 PM Re: Tennessee Hidden Treasures..... [Re: BMan]
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very nice list that is forming. will add the wild hare. we will be through that area memorial day week
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#3245151 - 05/12/13 10:28 PM Re: Tennessee Hidden Treasures..... [Re: redblood]
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Anyone know anything about Big Eds BBQ in Red Boiling Springs?
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#3245264 - 05/13/13 07:33 AM Re: Tennessee Hidden Treasures..... [Re: redblood]
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Hawk, I've give the Wild Hare about 4-5 chances and they've come thru once. Food has been fine, but the service is pretty bad. Probably been a 7-8 months since we've been. May try again.
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#3245556 - 05/13/13 03:33 PM Re: Tennessee Hidden Treasures..... [Re: jb3]
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 Originally Posted By: jb3
Hawk, I've give the Wild Hare about 4-5 chances and they've come thru once. Food has been fine, but the service is pretty bad. Probably been a 7-8 months since we've been. May try again.


Maybe I was there a good night. Dinner for four adults and one four year old was more than acceptable. Anytime that happens with a young kid is a plus to me. Two days later leaving for West Tn we stopped again for burgers and they were as good as Burger Up, the Pharmacy and maybe M L Rose's.

Should have recommened M L Rose to Red .
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#3245564 - 05/13/13 03:50 PM Re: Tennessee Hidden Treasures..... [Re: Hawk]
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ML Rose is good, but sitting outside on a pretty day at the Pharmacy is hard to beat.

Mas Tacos (cash only) across the street from the pharmacy has some pretty good tacos and (tamales - Wednesday only).

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#3248323 - 05/16/13 08:48 PM Re: Tennessee Hidden Treasures..... [Re: jb3]
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the pharmacy is a restaurant?
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#3248513 - 05/17/13 07:40 AM Re: Tennessee Hidden Treasures..... [Re: redblood]
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The Pharmacy is a restaurant. Burgers, good ones. They have a great outdoor dining area. They also have a person that runs a soda fountain. My boys love the orange creamsicle soda. I prefer a cold beer, but the food and atmosphere is great. It may be located in a very transitional area, but don't let that scare you off.
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#3248800 - 05/17/13 01:37 PM Re: Tennessee Hidden Treasures..... [Re: jb3]
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 Originally Posted By: jb3
The Pharmacy is a restaurant. Burgers, good ones. They have a great outdoor dining area. They also have a person that runs a soda fountain. My boys love the orange creamsicle soda. I prefer a cold beer, but the food and atmosphere is great. It may be located in a very transitional area, but don't let that scare you off.



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#3248900 - 05/17/13 03:26 PM Re: Tennessee Hidden Treasures..... [Re: huntinkev]
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Is it spelled Farmacy?
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#3249434 - 05/18/13 11:06 AM Re: Tennessee Hidden Treasures..... [Re: redblood]
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Foglight foodhouse in Walling TN. Near Rock Island/McMinnville.

Great food. Some Cajun dishes are quite good. The stuffed mushrooms are killer. Serves Calf Killer beer and I THINK wine. That or you can bring your own wine I cant remember for sure.
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#3259983 - 06/02/13 06:21 PM Re: Tennessee Hidden Treasures..... [Re: Wobblyshot1]
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2 down 12 to go
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#3260826 - 06/03/13 07:42 PM Re: Tennessee Hidden Treasures..... [Re: redblood]
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Johnny's Big Bugger in Clarksville, TN
Super Hamburgers but you have to have a Bun-n-Cream
Its a Honey Bun fried on the griddle with Vanilla Ice Cream on Top

Torino's Greek & Italian Restaurant in Springfield TN
They also ended up owning Charlies Steak House by FT Campbell
but it burned down so know they are running the Steaks there in springfield. Super Filet's, T-bone's,PorterHouse, Sirloin for 2
plus a Charlies Salad, 25% of the crowd is from Clarksville to get their steak fix
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#3261119 - 06/04/13 07:50 AM Re: Tennessee Hidden Treasures..... [Re: landman]
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I loved driving to Charlie's steakhouse. It was little over an hour drive, but worth it.
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#3261560 - 06/04/13 06:44 PM Re: Tennessee Hidden Treasures..... [Re: jb3]
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Husk will be open in Nashville soon. Sean Brock does some mean cookin!
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#3261779 - 06/05/13 06:02 AM Re: Tennessee Hidden Treasures..... [Re: Deck78]
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Husk opened May 23 and just opened for lunch on Monday this week. You can check out their website and see each days menu.

https://twitter.com/halholdenbache/status/341994930568306689/photo/1

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#3261969 - 06/05/13 11:43 AM Re: Tennessee Hidden Treasures..... [Re: BMan]
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will have to try the other location for sure.

 Originally Posted By: BMan
 Originally Posted By: HuntingDicksonDTC
They had a second location right by the intersate (172 exit) in Dickson, dont know why it closed was good eating!

 Originally Posted By: BMan
Been listed here before, but definitely worth going:

Papa Boudreaux in Santa Fe (NOT Franklin).

We're pretty friendly with the woman who was running that location, and it was a combination of factors. We went there a couple of times and the food was good, but still not as good as the location in Santa Fe/Fly.
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#3359088 - 09/14/13 01:03 PM Re: Tennessee Hidden Treasures..... [Re: HuntingDicksonDTC]
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How bout it redblood, what are the reviews on all the Tennessee restaurants?
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