Comfort Suites East
7230 Region Lane
Knoxville, TN 37914
Phone: (865) 246-2426
Fax: (865) 246-2425
Featuring a Southwest "Roadhouse" atmosphere, this unique steakhouse serves an array of delicious steaks and made-from-scratch side dishes using only the freshest ingredients available. A tin bucket of peanuts are on all of the tables at this restaurant and full bar service is available. Another location is at 120 Morrell Road.
Made-from-scratch pizza, homemade spaghetti and more. Try their homemade spaghetti and meat sauce, hand-breaded onion rings, their famous Greek salad and, of course, the made-from-scratch pizza.
Featuring bench style tables in an open, sports bar like atmosphere, this restaurant serves a Cajun style menu dominated by seafood. Items on the menu include oysters, frog legs, clam strips, and shrimp.
This gastropub brings the flavor and atmosphere of London's pub culture to Knoxville's Old City. Opened in 2008, The Crown and Goose provides the right environment to sit back and enjoy a game of soccer and drink some beer or eat traditional British food. The menu offers a mix of British cuisine and European cuisine. So you can enjoy Henry VIII's Shepherd's Pie and Confit Duck Legs or Spring Vegetable and Wild Mushroom Risotto, and Pork Osso Bucco or try The Crown and Goose Signature Fish 'n' Chips. The restaurant also offers a variety of salads, sandwiches and 'small plates' for those snacky moods. You can end the meal with a dessert or two from the list of homemade sweets. The restaurant also offers a host of drinks, like beer, wine, cognac, scotch and some house cocktails to help you wash down your meal. The restaurant's London gastropub design comes complete with a beer garden to allow customers to enjoy their beer in a relaxed garden-like area that is decorated to give the feel of London. The restaurant also has 'weekly specials' where customers can either enjoy live musical performances or discounts on food and beverages.
Filled with an eclectic array of antiques, this unique bistro and bar specializes in delicious steaks plus offers an array of tantalizing appetizers and desserts. They are open daily for lunch and dinner.
Enjoy an array of authentic French cuisine at this elegant restaurant that has fairly dark lighting, a finished European style decor, and a comfortable atmosphere. A full selection of alcoholic beverages, as well as a good selection of wines complement your meal.
The Bistro at The Bijou rests in a historic building which has seen presidents come and go and famous generals take rest during the Civil War. Placed right next to the Bijou Theatre, this bistro is a convenient spot for avid theatre goers. The menu offers a variety of dishes from around the world, as well as some local favorites. You can enjoy the famous Black and Bleu Burger and have Black Eyed Pea Falafel as an appetizer. The Bistro makes sure that its vegetarian customers do not feel left out of the culinary experience, and so it offers a separate menu catering only to the green palate. It also offers 'light lunch' to those with 'special dietary needs', which includes a small meal that is served with the customer's choice of two side dishes. The happy hours of this restaurant are from Monday to Friday between 3:00 p.m and 6:00 p.m.
The Cairo Cafe strives to bring the flavor of its namesake to the city of Knoxville. If you crave spicy Egyptian cuisine, then this restaurant/cafe is where you should head. The menu offers a wide variety of traditional Cairo cuisine, like the Shish-Kebab, Vegetable Mashi, and Kafta-Kebab; at the same time it also offers some European delicacies like Chicken Penne and Pestitsio. You can also savor the taste of traditional soups, like Tabouli and Baladi, while ordering Cairo Sticks to go along with it. The Cairo experience continues with traditional desserts like Konafa or Basboosa and some great Arabic tea or coffee. Enjoy the complete Egyptian meal at a reasonable price at Cairo Cafe.
If authentic french food and great coffee or tea are teasing your palate and creeping into your consciousness, then head straight for 'The French Market', Knoxville's premier stop for all your crepe, baguette or croissant needs. The food at this 'crepe restaurant' is made from batter that is imported weekly from France and then baked to perfection. You can choose from a wide variety of crepes that are custom made to cater to everyone's tastes. You can savor the taste of a 'Vegetarian Deluxe' crepe or a 'Ham and Cheese' crepe and 'Smoked Salmon' crepe, or an 'Organic Maple Syrup and Butter' crepe or a 'Strawberry Jam' crepe to satisfy that sweet tooth. Besides the crepes, this cafe/restaurant also offers baguette sandwiches, croissant sandwiches and salads, so you can enjoy the taste as well as the nourishment. You can also enjoy a delicious petit dejouner or breakfast choosing from a variety of crepes and other items from their breakfast menu. Of course you can wash down your meal with beverages like iced teas, juices, tea or LavAzza coffee. So if you want to taste authentic french crepes and other goodies, then make your way to The French Market, the recipient of the Metro Plus Best of Knoxville award for 2009. The cafe/restaurant is closed on Sundays.
Using local produce as far as possible, Sapphire serves you some delicious Southern fare. Whether you want to drop by for a full meal or just a quick drink, this restaurant and lounge will have something to satisfy you. You get to gorge on delicacies like boneless pork rib-eye, grilled barramundi, Cajun chicken sandwiches, beef tenderloin medallions and more. The lounge is a great place to kick back with a drink and catch the live sporting action.
A locally owned fine dining establishment, Le Parigo's menu contains selections that are prepared using the freshest organic ingredients.
Opened as a french bistro, The Tomato Head later developed into an eating joint specializing in incredible pizzas, sandwiches, salads and other foods prepared with the 'freshest' ingredients available. The restaurant gradually blossomed into a cultural hub and it now is the venue for poetry readings, performance art, and monthly shows that give center stage to local artists. The restaurant offers a variety of pizzas with an array of toppings to the customers. It even caters to the more conscious customer, serving pizzas made with organic tofu and soy cheese. Customers can even make their own pizzas or calzones, thus choosing only that which they like or want. Besides pizza, the restaurant also serves sandwiches, burritos and quesadillas, all made with fresh ingredients. There is also a 'Kids' Menu' that caters to the palettes of the younger customers. Some of the dishes offered by this menu are Simon Plate, Pasta Plate and Ketchup Pizza. The restaurant also offers a 'Sunday Brunch' that is served between 10:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m.