Woodbury is a town in Cannon County, Tennessee, United States. Woodbury is part of the Nashville Metropolitan Statistical Area and is located 55 miles (89 km) southeast of downtown Nashville. The population of Woodbury was 2,680 at the 2010 census. It is the county seat of Cannon County.
4.5 based on 78 reviews
Located in the heart of the rustic, natural beauty of Short Mountain Farm in historic Cannon County, Stillhouse Venue provides a special, elegant dining experience. We offer a romantic atmosphere in dining rooms with sweeping views, bordered with grand porches and decks. Enjoy an afternoon in the cafe for lunch and take a tour of our namesake neighbor, Short Mountain Distillery. Reserve the grand banquet room for your event, with meals from our own kitchen, or with your choice of imported catering. Our menu consists of seasonal and local farm-to-table, Southern dishes. Stillhouse Venue has a unique setting and style, perfect for any occasion.
The food isn't really anything special, but it is done very well. I suggest the moonshine cocktail flight to try a variety of drinks. The moonshine margarita is SO good! The setting is gorgeous and worth the trek out to Woodbury.
4 based on 26 reviews
Food portions are not large and seasonings are generally not original . Appetizers are chicken teezers ( boneless hot wings in dry crunchy coating), cheese sticks and onion rings. I ordered manicotti and received two shells in sauce that tasted of canned sauce. Steaks are small and not flavorful. I did not taste the pizza. Fresh Beautiful desserts offered so I would treat myself to a dessert here rather than eat a meal. Beers sold by bottle rather than by pitcher. Moderate pricing.
4 based on 26 reviews
Enjoyed several dishes and a large pitcher of beer here with excellent results. Atmosphere is Hispanic- inspired with pottery, pics, large tables, large booths, and plenty of room. Good taste, large servings, excellent wait staff and Hot from Kitchen to table. All of our order-- we tried three dishes and shared- was just the way we wanted--spicy and flavorful. We will be back and bring more friends!
4 based on 16 reviews
The Blue Porch is a cute place connected to the arts center. The restaurant is very clean and the lady who served us was very friendly. It's served cafeteria style, which is nice so you can see what you're getting. You can get a meat and veggie(s), just veggies, or the salad bar.
My friend and I stopped in on a Tuesday around 12:15. I was hoping for an option for a pimento cheese sandwich or a chicken salad sandwich. Those items were offered on the salad bar, but I opted for a meat and veggie.
I got the chicken popover which is like an open face mini chicken pot pie in a phyllo dough crust. It was good, but a little dry and the serving was on the small size. My veggie was the broccoli casserole, except it wasn't really a casserole. It was more like roasted broccoli. (All the veggies are vegan, so no cheese or anything in the casseroles.) I also got a cornbread muffin which tasted good...like the Jiffy sweet cornbread mix you can buy. I had sweet tea to drink. The total for this was around $10. It was good, but not as good as say Cracker Barrel. I'm glad I tried it, as I like to support local businesses, but I probably wouldn't go out of my way to eat there again.
3.5 based on 11 reviews
Scoreboard in Woodbury, TN. 114 W Main St. (615) 563- 2333
People that say this place is amazing must not have eaten outside of Woodbury. My husband and I travel and eat out on our travels. At Scoreboard, the food is okay (the portion of fries that comes with the hamburgers are super small), the service is okay (although once we went and the server and owner were not getting along, so it made for an awkward dining experience), and the atmosphere is okay (people stare at you if you aren't from there though). We were new and so we tried it a few times, but the experience is not worth the price. Save your money and just drive into Murfreesboro where you can get better food, better service, for lower prices. We always hope for charming experiences in small towns but sadly we did not find them at Scoreboard.
4 based on 4 reviews
It is what it is, but I am not big on fast food. I only order at the window---kids like to congregate at the tables so it gets loud but, remember, it's not the place to go for fine dining!!
4.5 based on 2 reviews
My favorite place for lunch, especially for my friends and I. It feels just like a place where you could have a grown up tea party. You get served on real dishes with great food, fruit tea, fresh fruit and the best desserts around. Don't leave without a cupcake. I can't say enough good things about this homey place, I am a local and I love sharing it with everyone. Because you want to eat where the locals eat.
5 based on 2 reviews
This place has been a week but it sure was good. They have Mayfield ice cream. I got a milkshake it was very good. They also have banana splits. The price is right and so is the ice cream.
5 based on 1 reviews
So... I left a review for here saying the food was picture perfect. I even posted a pic of my food. Turns out it was the wrong Hardee's. I just hope that place was as good as here. Service was great.
4 based on 1 reviews
After a tour and history of the distillery, we attended the Mixology Class and decided to have lunch afterwards. We sat outside on the deck and had a beautiful view of the countryside. My husband had a hamburger which comes from beef that is raised on the farm which he enjoyed. I had a house salad with Moonshine Vinaigrette which was very good. I also had to try the Kombucha which is a fermented, sparkling tea that they make there, with moonshine added, was an interesting drink. They don't have a big menu but do have a daily special. Prices are reasonable and service was good.
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