6 Local “Winter Warmers” To Get You Through The Cold Front

Coffee porters, hot soup and spicy fried chicken...these are a few of our favorite things! Stay warm with us this winter with a list of hand-picked treats at different spots around town. Spring is around the corner, hang in there people!

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Craft Beer

Gather around the fire pit at Bearden Beer Market and enjoy a toasty vanilla coffee porter! Ballast Point’s Victory at Sea is bold, smooth and perfect for a cold winter’s night.

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Soup + Sandwich

Ready for lunch? Stop in at Old Mill Bread Company in Cedar Bluff for a sandwich and cup of hot soup. We recommend trying the potato bacon or chicken enchilada…or both!

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Pho

Pho 99 is THE place to go in Knoxville for a bowl of authentic Vietnamiese noodle soup! Our favorite is the Pho Ga Kho, a twist on chicken noodle.

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French Press Coffee

French press? Yes pls! Awaken Coffee in The Old City makes a mean cup of joe!

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Spicy Hot Chicken

These wings aren’t for the weak! Jackie’s Dream serves up some of Knoxville’s hottest fried chicken. We won’t judge if you need milk after a few bites!

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Tequila!!!!

The ultimate drink to warm you up: tequila! Try one of Chivo’s craft cocktails. Our favorite winter warmer is the “Michelada,” complete with house made clamato, spice blend, lime and Modelo.

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