Cara Greenstein 2017-01-11 01:48:05
Prince’s Hot Chicken Shack, Nashville REDNECK EGGROLL The barbecue-inspired starter is most coveted at Kissell’s Kitchen in Ripley. Here, smoked meat is rolled, deep-fried and dunked in award-winning barbecue sauce. MEAT-AND-THREE A staple at Tennessee restaurants, Southern Star restaurant in Chattanooga masters this meticulous combination of meat (pick barbecued chicken or fried pork chop) and hearty sides. HOT CHICKEN Soak up the ambiance (and the sauce) at Prince’s Hot Chicken Shack on the north side of Nashville, where the spice factor of Southern-fried chicken is cranked up a few notches. CATFISH Along the shores of Reelfoot Lake, find a fisherman’s bounty at Boyette’s Dining Room in Tiptonville, where all-you-can-eat catfish dinners will leave you satisfied. GRITS Enjoy this hearty Southern side dish at Old Mill Restaurant in Pigeon Forge, where the corn grits have been freshly stoneground by the water-powered mill next door, in operation since 1830. BURGER Stick with a classic when you order a famous hamburger at Johnny’s Big Burger in Clarksville, where the juicy patty is made from fresh, never-frozen beef, and the crinkle-cut fries are known as some of the best around.
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