Dinner and a movie, a cozy cup of coffee, and a romantic stroll through the park. What do these three outings have in common? Each is a classic and reliable date night/outing. There’s nothing wrong with any of those date choices; it’s likely almost all of us have done all three at some point or another.
There’s never been a time in history when our world has offered us more to do, see, and experience. We can drive, ride a train, fly, cruise, and more to get anywhere in the world. We can scour the web to learn about any topic, activity, or destination.
What can help ensure any trip to a new city is excellent? Ease of transport, comfortable accommodations, delicious food… sure all of the above, but also the perfect place to grab a drink.
After a day of sightseeing and exploring, or meetings and work, relaxing with a drink in hand, surrounded by travel companions is a wonderful way to end the day. Except, you’re in a new city, with no idea which bars sell craft beer, which wine bar has the coziest atmosphere, or which bar is the most elegant. Sure, Yelp, TripAdvisor, and other internet sources exist that can help lead you towards a bar, but it’s the local knowledge, the insider point of view that you need.
We may not be able to give you that insight for most cities, but one city we know like the back of our hands is Knoxville, Tennessee, and here in Knoxville we love our bars.
No matter the vibe of the bar or type of drink you seek, Knox has the ideal bar for you, and we’ve compiled a quick guide to help you discover it.
Foodies everywhere – we know you’re always on the hunt to find the next hidden gem – a cuisine Shangri-la – a place where unique flavors, rare dishes, and taste-bud satisfying treats co-exist. Though these scattered, and often unknown cities can be difficult to find, it’s always worth it in the end.
Knoxville is one such place – a foodie diamond in the rough. In fact, Knoxville is a hidden gem in more ways than cuisine, but for now, we’ll focus on guiding foodies everywhere to our beloved town.
Classic southern hospitality, locally sourced ingredients, and plenty of BBQ, Knoxville is an unexpected delight. Situated in the northeast region of Tennessee, it flies under the radar for many tourists and foodies, which is part of what makes it so special.