Eight Stop Blount Co. Food Tour

We're eating our way through Maryville, Tennessee! Come with us as we try bakeries, Cuban restaurants & breweries for a tasty weekend trip in Blount County. Come hungry!

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Lambert's Southern Pies & Bake Shop Cafe

Looking for something sweet? Stop in at Lambert’s for fruit pies, cookies and delicious southern biscuits. Throughout the year, the owner teaches baking classes so you can make her delicious treats at home!

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Walnut Kitchen

Local ingredients and southern hospitality! Try the neighborhood restaurant in the heart of Maryville. The Walnut Kitchen even has an in-house butcher!

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Blackberry Farm Brewery

Grab a brew at the Blackberry Farm Brewery! BFB was awarded the 2016 World Beer Cup Gold Medal for their classic saison! Cheers.

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Chapulines

Two words. Street Tacos! Well, Chapulines has other things too like burritos, rice bowls and tortas (Mexican press & baked sandwich)! No trip is complete without ordering their sweet plantains.

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Rocky's Jamaican Sunrise

Rocky’s has won the Taste of Blount award for their island fresh cooking! Order their delicious jerk chicken or ribs with a Jamaican soda!

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Foothills Milling Company

Feeling fancy? Bring it over to Foothills Milling Company! The family-owned restaurant serves fine dining in a elegant, yet casual setting.

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Aroma Cafe Cuban Food & Sandwiches

Fried mash potato balls, ham croquettes and rice & beans? We’re there! Visit the Aroma Cafe for authentic Cuban food on East Broadway Avenue.

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The Hop

What’s better than a burger and fries? A burger and fries that you can eat in your car!!! Drive in and dine at The Hop, a 50s style diner with sloppy joes and Frito pie!

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