Knoxville Watering Holes Within a Stone's Throw
Find out the source of Knoxville’s good humor....
Put away that dowsing rod. To find the source of Knoxville’s good humor it’s as simple as checking out these recommendations.
Balter refurbished a long neglected service station into the one-of-a-kind craft beer and dinner experience Knoxville locals know and love. This venue artfully combines an urban aesthetic with the original structure to create a place that is truly comfortable. Balter features a great selection of food and drink with its spacious front porch and a beer garden in the back.
Bearden Beer Market
Supporting an active community of friendly, beer-loving folks, the market is a solid bet for laid back vibes. Make new friends or bring your own to the expansive beer garden where there’s a few rounds of left cornhole to be played, while the retail section in the front is fully stocked with wine, delicate cheeses, and tasty snacks. And Bearden specializes in hard to find brews.
Sipping the Wine Away in Knoxville
Knoxville has been named America’s most romantic city, again! For couples looking to strengthen the bonds of love that could only mean you’re already in the right place. Take a tip from a Knoxville local, these recommendations are great for date night....
Wine and Canvas
If you’ve never participated in an evening of paint-while-you-drink, then Wine and Canvas is where you’ll want to head. As the name implies this is a fun way for couples to create a masterpiece of their own while sipping the wine away.
The Tennessee Theatre
The Tennessee Theatre is an artistic staple in the city and a grandly entertaining venue, based in a 1920s-era movie palace. With an always interesting program of musicals, concerts, and shows, there’s something here for all tastes. Click here for the Tennessee Theatre’s event calendar.
Knoxville Food Tours
Don’t let your appetite direct you to just any old eatery. Find out how diverse the Knoxville restaurant scene really is with Knoxville Food Tours. They offer four different options to find you the perfect plate! This beat goes on rain or shine.
A Bear Hug for Tennessee Brunch
Knoxville is a charmingly active city that rose in the shadow of the Great Smoky Mountains....
Chicken and biscuits, crab cake Benedict, chorizo and eggs? Check, check, check. And those are just three reasons Oliver Royale is Knoxville's new favorite for leisurely weekend brunching. Served from 10 am to 4 pm on Saturday and Sunday.
One of the first establishments join the brunch train was Cafe 4, located in Market Square. Their heat-lamp equipped patio is your perfect breakfast spot this month, though the interior space is comfortably minimal, too. Enjoy lobster flatbread, tomato bisque, and plenty of unique breakfast fare here.
If you’re in love with food then Chef Matt Gallaher is prepared to steal your heart with alarmingly good twists on brunch, using only local ingredients with some spicy inspiration from the southern kitchen. How does a griddled honey bun sound? Shrimp and grits, anyone?
The Plaid Apron
Drew and Bonnie McDonald are working hard to please their devoted breakfast fans, sourcing local ingredients whenever possible. Check out this treasure in the Sequoyah Hills neighborhood and prepare your taste buds for mood-altering sourdough French toast, fresh eggs Benedict, and Canadian bacon for starters.