Restaurants in Bristol

Up to 50% Off Latin Food at Bandidos Latin Kitchen


$26 $13


Cooks butcher organic, hormone-free meats from local farms for trout tacos and other inventive twists on Latin dishes

Half Off Italian Food at Iannucci's Pizzeria & Italian Restaurant

Multiple Locations

$24 $12


Family-friendly pizzeria builds pies from hand-tossed dough and housemade sauce, also crafting pasta classics such as baked ziti

Up to 53% Off at Fat Cats Billiards


$40 $19


An unlimited number of players enjoy an hour of pool while sipping beer and snacking on chicken tenders and burgers

$10 for Classic Diner Food at Cruizers

Upper Hominy

$20 $10

Classic 1950s-style diner serves char-grilled burgers, milk shakes, and breakfast all day long

Up to 50% Off at Green Room Bistro & Bar

Downtown Asheville

$20 $11


Comfort-cuisine like smoked fried chicken, bison burgers, Belgian-style pommes frites with choice of 11 sauces, and house smoked deli meats

40% Off Pub Food at Lexington Avenue Brewery

Downtown Asheville

$20 $12

Upscale comfort food is assembled using local ingredients and served within a brewery and music venue with industrial decor

45% Off at Hana Japanese Restaurant

Downtown Asheville

$22 $12


A large selection of sushi rolls, noodle bowls, and hibachi-cooked cuisine

Up to 50% Off Pizza and Sandwiches at Revolution Ale House


$20 $11

Pizzas and sandwiches crafted from locally-sourced ingredients at ale house with more than 24 beers on tap

Up to 50% Off Casual American Food at Blue Sky Café


$16 $8


Hand-formed burgers topped with bacon, mushrooms, and swiss cheese, vegan wraps, kids’ menu, and a large, inventive new brunch menu

Half Off Pizza and Sub Sandwiches at Jet's Pizza


$20 $10


Signature deep-dish pizza, wings, Turbo Stix, and Jet's subs

48% Off Mexican Food at Quixote Restaurant


$25 $13


One step inside wood-paneled dining room, and you'll be met by smells of chimichurri-marinated skirt steak and shrimp with chipotle sauce

45% Off Thai Food at Lime Leaf


$20 $11


Entrees may be prepared mild, medium, or hot, according to each diner’s preference

Up to 50%% Off at CiCi's Pizza

Multiple Locations

$13.98 $7

Slices of pizza made with fresh dough round out self-served plates of pasta, salads, and desserts

50% Off at The Cabin Cafe


$10 $5


An open kitchen churns out homemade sandwiches, salads, soups, quiches, and brunch classics like egg sandwiches

Up to 75% Off at Kyjo's Japanese, Thai and Sushi Bar


$23 $13

Chicken and steak sizzle on hibachis as chefs roll sushi and mix multicolored curries with meat and bamboo strips

Up to 53% Off European Dinner at Willow Creek Inn


$170 $85


Organic-greens salads and champagne sorbet prime appetites for chicken or beef bourguignon and glasses of wine, followed by cherries jubilee

50% Off at Parton’s Smokin’ Butz BBQ


$20 $10


Barbecue restaurant with a menu of comfort food such as pulled pork, baked beans, and St. Louis–style ribs with Parton's signature rub

Select Local Merchants

The grillmasters at Dixie Outpost slow-cook slabs of pork on-site to star on their menu of reinvented southern classics. Carnivores can tear into the original Dixie Pig sandwich, which comes in three sizes and tests jaw flexibility with heaping mounds of hickory-smoked pulled pork piled with coleslaw and mild barbecue sauce ($4.59–$6.99). Chefs wrangle chicken-breast strips into breading and one of nine sauces, including teriyaki or hot buffalo, to create chicken feathers ($3.99+) that, like deep-fried love letters, are tender on the inside and crispy on the outside. Guests can devour customized smoked or deep-fried hot dogs crowned with more than 30 toppings including honey, chopped garlic, and pulled pork, or they can try one of 17 pre-designed dogs ($1.39–$3.59) on the patio or in the Swine Diner BBQ Bus with a refreshing glass of sweet tea ($1.49–$3.99).

3172 Highway 126

Near the banks of the Clinch River, visitors enter River Place on the Clinch, a community-based development equally committed to preserving the environment and the spirit of Appalachia. With a knack for eco-tourism, its staff has created an outdoor oasis complete with river activities, a local market, and a Southern-style café.

Boasting Class I and II rapids, Clinch River beckons rafts, kayaks, and canoes into its waters. The waterway flows on an 850-acre portion of the Kyles Ford Preserve. Echoing River Place's mission of conservation, groups work to save the preserve's endangered freshwater mussels. The area also hosts campsites, furnished wood cabins, and a restored retreat center for people looking to escape the monotonous monotony of everyday life.

2788 Highway 70

Creamy curries, drunken noodles, and sushi rolls stuffed with barbecue eel and fried oysters helped earn Stir Fry Cafe runners-up nods in both the Best Asian and Best Sushi categories for Knoxville News Sentinel’s Best of 2012 list. Blackened tilapia and thai teriyaki chicken stand on plates beside walls decorated with art from local artists. Wine and beer flow freely at the black-and-white checkered bar, which also served as the base for Stir Fry Cafe’s attempt at crafting the longest fish taco in known space.

3020 Franklin Ter
Johnson City,

Atlanta Bread bakes more than a dozen varieties of fresh breads to frame a menu of hearty sandwiches and savory soup dippers served within its casual, WiFi-enabled café. The ABC Special signature sandwich places a bounty on the heads of four notorious lunchmeats—roast beef, turkey, pepperoni, and honey-maple ham—which can only be collected by the wrangling prowess of provolone and french baguette ($6.99). With applewood-smoked bacon strip-mined across a ciabatta bun, the Bistro Chicken Press detonates a palatable explosion of taste ($6.89). The Chopstick chicken salad appeases greens-craving taste buds with an incongruously appetizing pairing of leafy romaine lettuce and crispy chow-mein noodles ($6.99). Book meals a play date with one of five freshly brewed flavors from Italian coffee titan Lavazza ($1.79 for a grande), or save space for a cup or bowl of soup du jour, which varies depending on which jour is in season.

2010 Franklin Terrace Ct
Johnson City,

Performances will be held June 10, 11, 17, 18, 24, and 25 at 7:30 p.m. Doors open at 6 p.m., and dinner is served at 6:30 p.m.

215 E Main St
Johnson City,

Amid red-and-white checkered tablecloths, a canopy of team pennants, and TVs playing episodes of The Andy Griffith Show, Dixie Barbeque owner Alan Howell serves up a wide-ranging menu of succulent southern barbecue. The pulled-pork sandwich ($5.19 for a regular; $6.35 for a large) bundles up with a side of rolls, slaw upon request, and E.T. Red barbecue sauce, mesmerizing mouths both human and Martian. Or order a sandwich plain and douse it with a choice of sauces, such as Alabama White, South Carolina Gold, and the understated Sauce from Hell.

3301 N Roan St
Johnson City,