Knoxville’s Chef Carol Scott has debuted her new Blue Slip Bistro in downtown’s growing restaurant scene. Open for lunch and dinner daily.
About once or twice a year, we make a big paella for friends. The occasion for this one was for our friends Daniel and Rebecca who run the Tootsie Truck in Knoxville. They had returned from a seafood run to Florida and wanted to know if we wanted to share in the haul…the answer is always […]
In this new series we are writing to discuss the latest Knoxfoodie adventure: a CSA subscription. We have been talking about participating in community supported agriculture for a few years and we finally decided to see what all of the fuss is about. We did some research, communicated with a few folks and decided to […]
Zack Roskop, owner and operator of Knox Brew Tours, came to us with an idea. The idea was a collaboration to bring the way we experience Knoxville to the masses. He would provide the transportation and we would embark on an adventure to provide an evening that most people wouldn’t have otherwise. After dreaming, scheming, […]
Of the restaurants opening this year in Knoxville, Emilia has been one of the most anticipated. Those who have visited Knox Mason know the reason why. Chef Matt Gallaher started his career with Holly Hambright at the long lost Lord Lindsey Catering before approaching John Fleer of Blackberry Farm. At Blackberry, Matt eventually became sous […]
We were invited to the Virginia Dare Wine Dinner At Dancing Bear Lodge in Townsend, TN at the foothills of the Smokies. Here’s a look at Chef Shelly Cooper’s delicious multi course dinner that accompanied Francis Ford Coppola’s Virginia Dare Wines
Jackie’s Dream is Knoxville’s new Hot Chicken and Soul Food Restaurant and is quickly gaining a huge fan base!
The Tootsie Truck Pop-up Dinner held at the Central Collective in Knoxville. A Farm to Table experience.
For our regular KnoxFoodie Date night, our buddy Zack at Knox Brew Tours took us to Pretentious Beer Glass Company in The Old City this week. Owner Matthew Cummings saw a need in the booming beer industry for well-designed glasses. These aren’t the glasses you will find at the average watering hole. These are fine pieces […]
The occasion to visit Roanoke for the first time was to attend Elton John’s concert at the Berglund Center. Luckily, Roanoke has an amazing foodie couple known as Mr and Mrs Hungry Asian who we came to know through our social media network a couple years ago. So our food exploration we left up to our […]
We had the pleasure of meeting with Dustin Busby of Welsummer Brand recently at his Greenback, Tennessee headquarters. Chef Busby, a Blackberry Farm alum, and founder of Century Harvest Farms started his Welsummer Brand of artisan preserved foods including cured meat, pickles, and jams. Sourcing his meat, vegetables, and ingredients from the regions finest farmers, […]
You all know we have some go-to spots that we find ourselves at multiple times a month and they are just so familiar, we forget to post about them. The Plaid Apron is one of those places. When people ask us for recommendations, they are always on the list. Drew and Bonni McDonald are heading […]
Park City Cigar located in Knoxville offers a friendly atmosphere and impressive collection of cigars!
Saturday evening we were very fortunate to attend a preview night and fundraiser for the Legacy Parks Foundation at the soon to open Balter Beerworks. It was a chance for the Knoxville community to see what owner, Blaine Wedekind, and crew have in store for us when they open to the public Monday, February 8. […]
Olibea in the Old City in downtown Knoxville comes up in our posts frequently so we thought we’d share a delicious breakfast/brunch we had with our friends as they await the arrival of their baby. Chef DeAlejandro always has something new to try, but there’s now a bad choice on the whole menu! Perfect if you have visitors in town and want them to have an outstanding breakfast experience!
A recent look at Chef Katie Button’s stellar Curate Tapas Bar in downtown Asheville, NC. Providing an authentic Spanish experience in the heart of Appalachia.
We had a wonderful visit to this recently opened restaurant from Terra Mae owners Mark and Sharon Oldham. On top of outstanding Appalachian-inspired cuisine, the staff of Dancing Bear was probably the most friendly and excited we have ever encountered.
Dead End BBQ in Maryville recently hosted a delicious wine dinner and here’s KnoxFoodie’s look back at this great evening of food and drink!
Trust Fall, the ‘secret’ dinner club and hottest ticket in town as far as food goes, recently handed over the reigns to Chef Holly Hambright (along with sous chef Anna Bogle) for the evening.
Nashville’s Music City Food & Wine is September’s Do-Not-Miss Event for all things food and beverage!
- craft beer
- Famous Chefs
- Gather With ME
- Kitchen Essentials
- The Dogs