152 Hospitality Boulevard
Manchester, TN 37355
Phone: (931) 728-1301
Fax: (931) 954-0547
In a town where good Japanese restaurants and few and far in between, Yamato is a kind culinary oasis for all those who enjoy Japanese cuisine. The restaurant serves up a modest variety of sushi and sashimi, alongside a hibachi grill selection that is delicious and enjoyable despite the conspicuous lack of showmanship that hibachi usually entails. There is however a window that allows you to watch as the chefs show off their skills at the grill inside the kitchen. While certainly not at the level of a fine dining restaurant, Yamato serves up dishes that are prepared with care and offer exceptional value for money. This small town wonder is a is a culinary gem that you are sure to be happy you discovered.
Porky's Pit BBQ, along Manchester's stretch of the McMinnville Highway, is a great place to stop by and get your BBQ fix. This humble, little restaurant serves up juicy and delicious hickory smoked meats, including ribs, pork, turkey and beef. Seating is limited, however you can also take advantage of their convenient drive-in and enjoy your meal on the go. Porky's accepts cash only, so don't forget to stash a few dollars in your wallet before stopping by.
The Oak Restaurant is a fine place to stop by for a simple and tasty meal. While menu may be modest in size, on offer you will find a variety of classic American favorites like fried chicken, pizzas, chili and fresh-cut steaks. The restaurant also offers a well-stocked salad bar and a lunch buffet with a good variety of soups, salads, mains and desserts. The Oak Restaurant is conveniently located just off the I-24 and is frequented by locals and visitors alike.
The River Cafe is open only three days a week and has a timeless charm to it that is very appealing. Warm and inviting, it is known for its delicious pulled pork and barbecued ribs. But then anything you eat from the menu is delish. Saturday's live music is a hot among the locals with some great performances by talented musicians. A true gem for roadies, this one is must visit while on the road to this side of the country.
Known for their award-winning hickory-smoked barbecue, this unique cafe features a live country radio show on Saturdays and live music on Friday and Saturday nights. Fresh hand-squeezed lemonade, burgers and down-home specials are also served. The Bell Buckle Café is open Monday for breakfast and lunch, Tuesday through Saturday for breakfast, lunch and dinner, and on Sundays for lunch only.
Stop in for pizza, bbq, hamburgers, popcorn chicken, and much more.
Skip's Grill is open Monday through Saturday from 6:00 a.m. until 8:00 p.m.
Open Monday through Saturday, Emmy's Place offers sandwiches, espresso coffee, and Craftsman furniture.
Come dine in this quaint cafe and enjoy down home southern cuisine with friendly service and inexpensive prices.
Since 1908, this restaurant has been serving classic, southern foods and Jack Daniel's at lunch. Reservations are required.
This franchise restaurant is known for a huge grill buffet featuring hundreds of delicious choices.
Featuring an array of gourmet and specialty pizzas, this family restaurant also serves pasta specialties, seafood, chicken, and steak entrees that include your choice of rice, potato, or bowl of spaghetti. They are open daily for lunch and dinner.