Eastern Tennessee's Top 5 Rated Steak House- Known for our lean Angus burgers, mouth watering steaks & fork tender prime rib, slow cooked for 8 hrs. with our special house rub. The Fox also caters & has banquet facilities for up to 175 people with full lounge & dance floor. Where old world charm meets southern hospitality.
Greenbrier Restaurant fills belly caverns with a varied menu of American fare inside a historic log cabin eatery. The vegetables provolone features melted provolone cheese cloaking fresh sautéed vegetables ($14.95), while the slow-roasted and hand-carved roast prime rib comes served with its own savory jus ($21.95 for 10 oz., $26.95 for 14 oz.). Travel back to a time when societies dined underwater with a seafaring starter, such as the crabmeat-stuffed mushrooms with a homemade crabmeat dressing ($8.95), or the shrimp cocktail with tender shrimp smothered in cocktail sauce ($8.95). Instead of whipping up a crayon soufflé, grub-hankering youngsters can be sated by noshing on an entree from the children's menu, such as the fried chicken tenders, deep-fried shrimp, or cheeseburger ($6.95 each). Built in 1939, the dining room features a wood fireplace, exposed wood accents, and floor-to-ceiling windows offering a pristine woodland view.
T.G.I. Friday's transforms the six worst days of the week into the only day of the week that is acceptable to most Americans. Friday's is equipped to fill your life with Jack Daniel's sauce and endless salad and breadsticks. The multipronged menu contains prongs for burgers, sandwiches, salads and soups, seafood, pastas, chicken, and more so that any craving-flame can be put out.