Crossville is a city in and the county seat of Cumberland County, Tennessee, United States. It is part of the Crossville, TN Micropolitan Statistical Area. The population was 10,795 at the 2010 census.
Things to do in Crossville
4.5 based on 387 reviews
As a Crossville resident, I feel lucky that we have such a fantastic restaurant. The food is amazing, the atmosphere is relaxing, the staff amazing and prices are unbelievably reasonable. This is always my first choice when thinking of where to eat in Crossville.
4 based on 109 reviews
The basically have 3 flavors - Vanilla, Chocolate and a daily special (varies daily). I found the prices to be a little high - over $4 for a single scoop waffle cone. But the family liked it.
4.5 based on 37 reviews
These donuts were HUGE! They kinda tasted similar to Krispie kreme but much bigger! At the same location you could get jam and granola. Plus there was an ambulance that sold coffee! They only sell on Wednesday, at least during the spring. Definitely buy some for the family! The people were super friendly too!
4.5 based on 331 reviews
We came upon this restaurant in the middle of the state park. We had low expectations. We were pleasantly surprised. Best buffet, fresh food, Saturday is meatloaf, which was the best, desserts were amazing. Friendly excellent service. We go here every visit to this area of TN.
4.5 based on 143 reviews
Our vision includes a primary focus on handcrafting creative, high quality, delicious tasting foods while utilizing the local food supply chain whenever possible. Additionally, within the restaurant, we take great pride in creating and sustaining an environment that completely compliments the food. Our beverage menu contains a strong selection of craft beers coupled with an assortment of the best tasting wines and cocktails available. We have set the bar very high for service as well, and we are continually improving. Our goal was to create a fun and comfortable dining place for anyone and everyone, where we serve up some of the highest quality, creative, and most importantly, tasty food in Crossville. We wanted to make The Pour House feel like you are dining out of town without having to travel out of town.
Stopped on our way to Fall Creek Falls. Great beers and brunch! Wish we had this in Knoxville! French toast and shrimp and grits were delicious. Several craft beer choices, bloody Mary's, mimosas. We watched the Vols play. Everyone was super nice and knowledgeable.
4 based on 204 reviews
Local restaurant - do not believe they have a website
We always eat here at least once during our twice-annual visits to the nearby Fairfield Glade by Wyndham. Our "go to" place for pre-theatre (at the Cumberland County Playhouse, of course!) meal. Great specials, fresh salads, and really great srevice. Never got anything here I didnt like. Plan for $15-18/pp including tip. Better call ahead for groups of more than 4.
4.5 based on 138 reviews
I stopped in to this Cracker Barrel on a travel stop and was pleased once again. I enjoy the healthy fare breakfast with egg whites, Turkey sausage, grits, and fresh fruit. I appreciate being able to find a healthy breakfast which is filling and flavorful at Cracker Barrel. Service is was excellent. I do wish that CB offered wifi at their restaurants. It would not be difficult these days and very helpful for travelers.
4.5 based on 69 reviews
For your convenience, we make fresh, ready to go sandwiches and salads everyday. We also offer a daily soup. Monday - Cheesy Chicken Taco Soup Tuesday - Gumbo Wednesday - Spinach Artichoke with Chicken Soup Thursday - Tomato Bisque Friday - Loaded Bake Potato Soup
No chips with sammies...expect to pay $1.50 for drinks. (Maybe that's typical everywhere.) Paid $18.00 for ONLY THOSE. SO RUN!! Boston's Resturaunt will give you a much better deal for the bucks and get your chips, salad with your sammy. Exprress needs to do something to balance it out. I guess you can get eating utensils if you happen to need one and by my summation, I needed one before half way thru the sammy. Ugh, what a mess!
4 based on 201 reviews
I had won a $25 certificate. Fun right? Being from out of town it was a bit challenging to organize a good time to go so I thought I would give a courtesy call to the manager, Miguel, and explained that since we weren't local and couldn't just pop in would it be possible to get a couple of days extension. He said, "No" and repeated it after I expressed that the certificate stated "please use in 30 days"...not "MUST use in 30 days." In order to take advantage we had to drive long distance...at night. No sight seeing or enjoying the day. It was more like, we gotta hurry, they close at 9. Then when we got there we weren't even greeted until the greeter was finished with paperwork or whatever he was doing. Then a first for me was getting my drink way ahead of the chips and salsa. As for the food...we spent most of our adult life in Texas so we haven't even really found what I would call great Mexican in Tennessee.
4 based on 276 reviews
I'm a fan of BBQ, and my wife usually placates me now and again. I got the brisket, and she got the smoked Turkey, which was supposed to be white meat. When I pointed out that there was quite a bit of dark meat, the server apologized and did offer to get us something else. The lunch sandwiches come in 2 sizes and the small was plenty, especially as I wanted to try a couple of side dishes (you can add one or two for a nominal fee). The brisket was pretty good, the onion rings were very good. The baked beans were above average as well.
My wife really enjoyed the side dishes as well. Since we were staying in a condo and didn't want to cook, we decided to get the family pack for $20 which supposedly feeds 4. We got a pound of pulled chicken and large sides of potato salad and cole slaw. To this, we added our leftover onion rings and my leftover beans.
The pulled chicken was better than what we had at the restaurant, and with the sides we had, it was plenty for at least a couple of meals each for us. A very good deal.
Our plan (we come to the area every year) is that we will do this regularly and not have to cook for another day or so on vacation.
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