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Food and restaurants in Cumberland County

Top restaurants

Park
“Such a beautiful place to walk by the water. Stay for buffet dinner only $15!”
  • 10 locals recommend
Gastropub
“A contemporary menu with very good Asian fusion items, sushi, traditional Southern dishes, and a good old hamburger. Feature craft beer from local brewerys.”
  • 4 locals recommend
Pizza Place
“This is probably the most popular restaurant in Crossville and has been since the 1970's when it first opened. They're a bit weird about their salad bar, though. They might charge a child fee if you let your baby or toddler eat off your plate, depending on how reasonable the waitstaff is that night. ”
  • 2 locals recommend
Restaurant
“Its actually really good Mexican food. Save room for the flan for dessert. Its homemade.”
  • 2 locals recommend
Restaurant
“Authentic Italian cuising that fills your soul. Reservations recommended. You can request the fireplace room. ”
  • 2 locals recommend
Restaurant
  • 1 local recommends
Italian Restaurant
“We can't say enough great things about Forte. It's a small, locally owned restaurant that has a really nice menu -- and we can tell you from experience it would be tough to go wrong on the food here. Service is outstanding, and you'll love the interior of this nifty, downtown place.”
  • 3 locals recommend

Cafes

Café
“Its 30 minutes east in Crossville, but SO GOOD!! Coffee is wonderful, atmosphere is so 'HGTV' . Every inch is thoughtfully decorated. Very stylish, a feast for the eyes and taste buds. Check the website for live music. Great pannini's and cheesecake too! Very comfortable, and kinda romantic too. Local artists works are displayed. There is even a guitar you can play! Also in Crossville is a good shopping outlet and If you are a knitter or quilter, there are two excellent fabric and yarn shops. Crossville also is home to FDR's New Deal Homesteading project during the Great Depression. 252 of the most adorable "subsistance" homes made by the WPA to help folks thru employment. The laborers were paid $25 a month. One of those widows was in my Sunday school class before she passed away. She said the wives were sent $20, the worker got $5 a month and they were grateful for it!! You will know when you see one of the flagstone homes . ”
  • 3 locals recommend
Café
  • 1 local recommends
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  • 1 local recommends