Plan Your 2018 Wedding in Maryville, TN

January 16, 2018   -   0 comments

Finding the perfect place for your wedding can be challenging, especially when there are so many wonderful places in Maryville, TN, to choose from.  If you and your soon-to-be husband/wife are looking for a special venue  in town or in the surrounding areas, there are several amazing locations for you to choose from. Whether you are looking for somewhere to hold an outdoor wedding for 300 guests or a more private indoor setting for 30, the many venues in Maryville, TN are sure to have what you are looking for. Here are a few of the top-rated venues for you to check out.

The Barn at Wildwood Springs

While this venue is just down the road in Walland, TN, it may be one of the most picturesque venues in the area. The barn is located at Pure Water Farm and was purpose-built just for weddings. This barn has never been used for anything else and may well be one of the cleanest barns in the state. Space to serve up to 100 guests a plated sit-down meal, a dance floor, and access to an award-winning wedding planner make this hand-crafted barn one of the top wedding venues in the state.

The Capitol Theatre

Located at 127 W. Broadway in Maryville, TN, the historic Capitol Theatre has undergone a complete restoration helping to turn the theatre into the perfect location for your wedding, forup to 300 people. The Hollywood style Art Deco interior takes you back to a time of elegance and beauty. Full catering services are available, there is a coffee and ice cream shop, an art gallery, handicap accessibility, and plenty of parking. Everything you need to make your wedding perfect is available through the theatre.

Pearson Springs Park

Looking to have an outdoor wedding in the spring or summer of 2018? Why not take your entire wedding party out to Pearson Springs Park? Inside the grounds is a hand-crafted pavilion which is surrounded by gorgeous woods, overlooking the park. The pavilion offers plenty of shade for a daytime wedding, or enjoy a star-filled night wedding. With space for 50 in the pavilion or up to 150 guests outside, the park offers an incredible setting for your wedding.

The Smithview Pavilion

If you need a larger outdoor facility, then the Smithview Pavilion could be just what you are looking for. The 3,200-square foot facility offers seating for up to 200 guests.  Host your wedding outside on the beautifully wooded lawn, then bring everyone into the pavilion for the reception. The pavilion offers an air-conditioned bridal lounge, a large prep-style kitchen, propane heaters, a gas grill, a large wood-burning fireplace, and an audio system. Book early, this is one of the most popular venues in the area.

This is only a small sample of the many incredible places to hold your wedding and wedding reception in the Maryville, TN area. Be sure to do your homework and plan ahead as most of the top wedding locations tend to be booked far in advance. This area of Tennessee offers many magical places to hold your wedding; whether you are interested in a formal wedding or something a little more relaxed.

When It’s Time for Dinner in Blount County, Here’s Where the Locals Dine

January 12, 2018   -   0 comments

If you want the best food in town, there is only one way to make sure you are getting what you pay for. You have to figure out where the locals go when they want a night out on the town. Sure, every town has its share of restaurants that exist just for the tourist trade. Some are absolutely amazing, some charge too much, and some, well let’s just say they don’t live up to expectations. Without further ado, let’s take a look at some of the most popular eateries in Blount County, TN.

The Barn

This awesome restaurant is located at 1471 W Millers Cove Rd in Walland, TN. Enjoy fine dining at a restaurant that offers farm to table meals, an outstanding wine list, superb service and what is often referred to as “Foothills Cuisine.” Be sure to pack a dinner jacket or you won’t get in the door and you will miss out on an exquisite dining experience.

Miss Olivia’s Table

Miss Olivia’s Table is located at 1108 W. Broadway in Maryville, TN, and serves a delicious array of sandwiches and salads along with many other dishes. But perhaps the biggest reason so many locals come here (besides the great food and a wonderful inviting atmosphere) is the homemade potato chips. From the moment you enter the door until you head back out, the service and food here are amazing.

The Shrimp Dock

Located at 321 S Calderwood St Alcoa, TN, there is no better place in the area to dine on an incredible array of seafood. The dishes served here easily rival the best seafood restaurants in Knoxville and are far more affordable. Beyond shrimp and the standard seafood fare, The Shrimp Dock also serves up alligator, duck, sausage, crawfish, salmon, shark, and a range of bisques and gumbos.

Pancho’s Mexican Restaurant

Yes, the locals do love their Mexican food and find it at 2715 US Hwy 411 S in Maryville, TN. This family-run restaurant serves food that tastes incredible. From amazing in-house made salsa to several Guadalajara style dishes, this is the place to go if you want true “South of the Border” food. Portion sizes are excellent, and two nights of the week kids eat free; you just can’t beat that.

Midland Restaurant

Located at 155 N Calderwood St, in Alcoa, TN, this wonderful restaurant serves up an amazing array of comfort food dishes that are so good, you could almost see yourself coming to the table in your comfies and slippers. Portions are plentiful, the staff very friendly, and you won’t believe the low prices.

The Soup Kitchen

A restaurant whose name says it all. Located at 245 Calderwood in Alcoa, TN, this restaurant serves homemade soups and grilled cheese sandwiches to die for. But this is only a sample of the incredible foods the staff puts together here. Service is fast and friendly, perfect for those in a hurry to see the sights.

Blount County has dozens of fantastic places to eat; this is only a small sample of the many restaurants where you can always find the locals grabbing lunch or something for dinner after a hard day at work.

Make These Sights Part of Your Alcoa, TN Bucket List

January 9, 2018   -   0 comments

The town of Alcoa is perhaps best known for the massive aluminum processing plant that is owned and operated by the Alcoa Corp. Once known as North Maryville, the town changed its name in 1919. What started out as a company town developed for the sole purpose of housing Alcoa plant workers has now developed into thriving town situated conveniently close to Gatlinburg, Knoxville, Pigeon Forge, and Maryville, TN. There is plenty for your family to see while you are in Alcoa, TN. Among the many things to see in and around town are:

Governor John Sevier Farm Home

Marble Springs State Historic Site, includes the farm home of Governor John Sevier, a Revolutionary War hero fighting in the Battle of King’s Mountain (1780). He was elected as the first Governor of the State of Tennessee in 1796. As governor, he named his property Marble Springs after the pink marble found in the area.  

Here you can see the farm’s cabin home, along with a number of other structures from the same period. These include a tavern, a Spring House, a Smoke House, a Loom House, and the detached kitchen sitting just outside of the farmhouse. The museum is filled with period items and mementos.

Pistol Creek Dam and Mill Race

For those interested in the history of Alcoa, the Pistol Creek Dam and Mill Race play a vital role in the founding of Maryville, the Alcoa processing plant, and a number of grist mills and clothing mills. The original dam was built around the turn of the 19th century along with the mill race that ran for several hundred yards along the southern bank of the creek. By the turn of the 20th century, the majority of these mills and industries had closed down and shortly thereafter, the buildings were razed leaving just the dam and mill race for you to visit.

The Cades Cove/Thompson-Brown House Museum

The museum is housed in the 150-year old Thompson-Brown House and is managed by the Cades Cove Preservation Society. The vast majority of the items found in the museum have been donated by local residents and tell the story of those who have chosen to call this area of Eastern Tennessee home. You may find yourself coming back time and again to make sure you see everything the museum has to offer.

The Sam Houston Schoolhouse

The Sam Houston schoolhouse takes you all the way back to the year 1812! Come on in and find your seat. Your teacher is none other than the famous Sam Houston who earned fame during the war with Mexico to secure the freedom of Texas. Bring the kids and let them see what going to school in the 19th century was truly like. Not only will you enjoy book-learning, but you will learn useful skills like candle-making, quilting, and bullet making. Schools back then were one room for everyone no matter their age.

Enjoy a Day or Two or Even Longer in Alcoa!

This only touches the smallest sample of the many places to see while you are in Alcoa, TN. Once you arrive in town, you’ll find there’s a lot of ground to cover; but that’s okay. You’ll have a great reason to come back and continue discovering everything Alcoa has to offer.

Can’t-Miss Stops on Your Townsend, TN Vacation

January 5, 2018   -   0 comments

Sitting on the “Peaceful Side of the Rockies,” Townsend, TN, may be best known for its incredibly diverse range of local flora and fauna. It’s a place where people feel connected to history; the locals work hard to preserve their Appalachian heritage and culture. Despite the fact that Townsend is only a short drive from towns like Gatlinburg and Pigeon Forge, there are so many things here for you to do, you could easily spend your entire vacation just checking them out.

Great Smoky Mountains National Park

The town of Townsend, TN, is situated at the gate to Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Although Townsend is not the only entrance to the park, it is the one that is closest to Cades Cove. The Cove is one of the most visited attractions in the park as it is filled with a number of historic buildings, including churches, grist mills, and pioneer log cabins. This is only one reason to visit the park; there are miles of scenic drives, hiking and biking trails, and incredible views to enjoy.

The Townsend Spring Festival and Old Timers Day

Looking for something a little different to do this spring? Why not plan your vacation around the Townsend Spring Festival and Old Timers Day? While here, you can enjoy art, clogging, plenty of Tennessee style BBQ, and good old-fashioned bluegrass music. You can even listen to your fair share of stories as many of the old timers take the time to tell what it was like in Townsend back in the day.

Get Out of the Sun for a Little While

If you are looking for a way to get out of the sun for a little while, consider taking in the Tuckaleechee Caverns. Deep in the caverns, you can see a range of amazing natural formations, including totem pole, pencil, palette, and chandelier. Spend as much time as you like in these wonderful, naturally cool caverns. The caverns are known as ‘The Greatest Site Under the Smokies’ and visitors of all ages marvel at their beauty. These extraordinary caverns provide amazement around every corner.

Take a Trip Back in Time

The kids are sure to be thrilled at the steam trains on display at the Little River Railroad and Lumber Co. Museum. While the kids (of any age) are checking out the trains, there is plenty of time for everyone to learn about the origins of the lumber industry in the area and how it affected the growth of towns like Townsend over the course of their history.

Tubing Fun for Everyone: The Smoky Mountain Outdoor Center & Smoky Mountain River Rat Tubing

If tubing is your thing, check out Smoky Mountain Outdoor Center and Smoky Mountain River Rat Tubing. Spend a day floating lazily down the Little River. The river is gentle enough for kids as young as 2 and as old as well…. there really isn’t an upper limit. Each of these companies offers great rates for adults, children and groups. Tubing is a terrific way to spend a day that’s economical, too!

#RiverRatGSM is the hashtag you’ll want to use when you tell all your friends on social media that you went tubing on the Little River with Smoky Mountain River Rat Tubing.  Check out River Rat’s ‘Know Before You Go’ hints so you’ll be all set for tubing.

Here’s a bonus tip for when you visit The Smoky Mountain Outdoor Center: be sure to check out their gear section. They have the latest gear in stock for all your Townsend adventures!

So Many Reasons to Come Visit Townsend, TN

There is just so much to do in the Townsend, TN, area, you may find yourself coming back year after year as you try to take it all in. Be sure to plan to spend as much of your vacation in town as possible.

New Year Means New Travel Opportunities – Discover Maryville, TN

January 2, 2018   -   0 comments

With the new year just around the corner, isn’t it about time you started planning your next trip to Maryville, TN? Nestled in the foothills of the Great Smoky Mountains, the original town was established as Fort Craig in 1785. It was renamed to Maryville ten years later. Today this town of over 25,000 is the perfect base camp for visiting towns such as Knoxville, Pigeon Forge, and of course the attractions in and around Maryville.

With a moderate year-round climate and temperatures in the summer hovering in the 70s and 80s, there is never a bad time to visit. There is so much to do here, that you could easily fill up your vacation planner. But, you will need to plan carefully to make sure you get a chance to see everything. In fact, you may have to make several trips to take it all in.

Great Smoky Mountains National Park

Maryville, TN, is the gateway to Great Smoky Mountains National Park, which is only 13 miles from town. Inside the park, you will find over 800 miles of well-maintained hiking trails. They range in difficulty from easy enough for the kids or grandma and grandpa, to those you should take a backpack and sleeping bag on. Hike the half-mile trail to the top of Clingmans Dome to the observation tower where you can enjoy spectacular views covering over 100 miles around when the weather is right. There is so much to see in the park, you could spend days here and still never see it all.

One of the Last Drive-In Movie Theaters

Drive-in movie theaters have become a thing of the past across the country. However, the Parkway Drive-In Theater continues to offer the latest movies in a 50s – 60s atmosphere. You can check out double features on the weekends with your kids or better yet, cuddle up in the back seat with that special person in your life while you enjoy a great movie and a bowl of fresh, hot buttered popcorn.

Looking for Live Entertainment?

If you are looking for great live entertainment, look no further than the Capitol Theater. This art-deco theater was built in 1922 with a seating capacity of 1,000. Today it is a dinner theater that offers spectacular live entertainment that includes jazz, Motown, soul, and much more. The theater still has its original stage and offers a retractable silver screen, an art gallery, and a coffee shop. Can’t think of a better way to spend an evening or two while you are in town.

The Shed  

If you are in the mood to party the night away, you should check out the Shed next door

to Smoky Mountain Harley-Davidson. This is a 16,000-square foot mega-watt outdoor pavilion that plays host to a wide range of live entertainment including Southern Rock, Country, and more. The musical season runs from April to September. While you may come for the music, be sure to sample some of the best “down home” country cooking in the area while you enjoy the show. Among the many artists that have been seen on the Shed’s stage are Ted Nugent, Eddie Money, Confederate Railroad, Billy Joe Shaver, and Leon Hubbard.

This is only a small sample of all there is to do in and around Maryville, TN. If you are looking for somewhere unique to visit while on your family vacation, plan to spend plenty of time in the shadows of the Great Smoky Mountains. Come see all that Maryville, TN ,and the surrounding area have to offer.

Don’t Leave Maryville, TN Until You Visit Gracie’s “Fine” Home Cookin”

December 29, 2017   -   0 comments

If you are looking for a restaurant that offers outstanding “Fine Home Cookin’,” look no further than Gracie’s Restaurant conveniently located on Lincoln Rd. in Maryville, TN. We can already hear you saying, “Why Gracie’s?” The only way to answer this question is to tell you a little about Gracie’s and what you can expect from the moment you step in the door of this amazing restaurant.

Nothing Fancy

If you were to ask owner Ken Gentry about Gracie’s, one of the first things he would tell you is that as restaurants go, there is nothing fancy about Gracie’s. Walking in the door and looking around, no one would blame you for agreeing with this statement. However, you will be greeted at the door by a host with a warm friendly smile on his face. From here it only gets better.

Take a seat and gaze around the dining room; chances are good that you will never see another one like it. Take in the comfortable seating, the spotlessly clean tables and floors, sit back and enjoy the many works of art hanging on the wall. Not quite what you might expect from a small down-home country restaurant.

The Best is Yet to Come

The best part of Gracie’s and the reason so many of their customers come back frequently has to be the food. Don’t come here looking for fancy foods, haute cuisine, or upscale dining; you won’t find it. What you will find is good, old-fashioned made-from-scratch home cooking. Whether it’s the fried bologna served for breakfast, a burger you crave, or a slab of smoked and cured country ham, the food is as good as “momma used to make.”

Breakfast cook Chad Smith gets the ball rolling at 5 a.m. getting everything together for the day. He starts cooking at 6 a.m. for when the doors open at 7 a.m. for the early morning crowds. Chad learned to cook from his grandmother, making him the perfect person to take on the challenge of providing outstanding home-cooked dishes. The fine folks of Maryville and the surrounding area, as well as the many tourists who visit, enjoy the great meals Chad produces every day.

The Give Back Meal

Owner Ken Gentry is delighted to help with several of the food-related ministries in the area. He also offers The Give Back meal; which consists of a big bowl of beans, cornbread, fried potatoes, and a beverage. At Gracie’s, you can order this meal and pay for it; they suggest $5 for it including tax, but if you can’t afford the price, you are welcome to come in and eat for free; no one will say a word. You are welcome to pay anything you can for the meal, $1 or $2, whatever you can afford.

The local community helps out with this program as well. There are several regular customers in here who will come in and leave an extra $20 specifically to help pay for these meals and help the less fortunate. The restaurant has been offering this service for over a year and got started by working with United Way.  Gracie’s is more than just a restaurant; it’s a valuable and loved member of the community. Ken Gentry invites you to come on in and sample the finest “Home Cookin” in the area.

Explore Tennessee Quilting Classes at Twisted Sister Quilt Shop

December 22, 2017   -   0 comments

Quilting is a tradition that dates further back than history can remember. In many families it is a tradition that has been handed down from one generation to the next, in others it is something new and exciting. While the “quilts” you can buy in big box stores have little to no meaning behind them other than being purchased as a gift, the same cannot be said about a handmade quilt.

This type of quilt becomes an instant heirloom, one that can be passed down from generation to generation. Those that are handmade are made with love, care, and the kind of attention to detail that helps them last forever. This is what you can expect when you buy a quilt from Twisted Sister Quilt Shop or the supplies you need to craft your own.

More Than Just a Quilt Store

While the Twisted Sisters Quilt Shop offers a range of beautiful handmade quilts for you to choose from and an incredible selection of quilting supplies, there is so much more to the store than this. They also offer classes designed to help you learn how to quilt or improve your current quilting skills.

Classes vary and are led by skilled instructors with many years of experience they are more than willing to share. If you are interested in improving your quilting skills, we recommend you visit the online class schedule to see what new classes are being offered, along with dates, times, and any costs involved. The staff here can help you finish your latest project and turn your carefully crafted quilt into a family treasure that will last for many generations.

Supporting the Children’s Hospital in Knoxville

Twisted Sisters Quilt Shop is proud to do their part to help the many sick and injured children in the Knoxville area by taking part in the Pillowcase Challenge to benefit Mission of Hope and Children’s Hospital in Knoxville. Working together with many local quilters, the shop was able to collect more than 200 pillowcases for this very worthy cause. In fact, their involvement in the project was so successful that they plan to participate in the Pillowcase Challenge again in 2018.

About Twisted Sisters Quilt Shop

The shop was founded in 2017 by “Twisted Sisters” Mary Wildi and Margaret Wildi who hail from Columbus, OH, and who migrated here in 2014. They chose Maryville to be their home after retiring from Grange Insurance Corporate Headquarters located in Columbus. Mary brings over 15 years of quilting experience to the store, while sister Margaret brings her cross-stitch and business management skills to the table.

Whether you are looking for hot new fabric for your next quilt, patterns, ideas, solids and blenders, pre-cuts, or Cindy Blackberg’s Template Stamps, you can find everything you need at Twisted Sisters Quilt Shop. But more than that, you will find good old-fashioned down-home friendship and a wealth of knowledge. The ‘Twisted Sisters’ are sure to help improve your skills as a quilter, making it possible for you to craft quilts that will become family heirlooms.

Take Home a Bit of Tennessee from Dandy Lions Gifts

December 19, 2017   -   0 comments

Tennessee is a great place to spend your vacation. The entire state is filled with over 200 years of history; from the first settlers to build log cabins, to the bustling metropolises of Nashville and Memphis. Of all the places people love to visit the most, coming to Maryville, TN, is at the top of the list as one of the gateways to Great Smoky Mountains National Park and all that it has to offer. The park’s breathtaking scenery, pure mountain air, and an endless supply of wildlife, offer something for everyone to enjoy. But, before you leave, be sure to stop by Dandy Lions Gifts and take a little bit of Tennessee home with you.

Not Just Another Souvenir Store

There may be other stores in town carrying souvenirs, but none have the range of unusual and unique gifts you will find at Dandy Lions Gifts. The most valuable memory of Tennessee you could ever hope to take home isn’t a product for sale here, but you’ll love the cheery smiles, superior customer service, and friendships that will last forever.

The staff here continuously strives to offer the finest eclectic souvenirs and gifts to those who come to this beautiful part of East Tennessee. Whether you are interested in throw pillows emblazoned with the sights and sounds of Tennessee or custom-made jewelry, there are many different items and styles for you to choose from.

Need a few items to remind you of your big day checking out the local sights and sounds? Dandy Lions has everything you could possibly want, from Corkcicle tumblers and canteens, to sunglasses and custom leather koozies.

Take Something Home for the Teacher

Nothing could be more fun for your children than spending a vacation in Great Smoky Mountains National Park. The park  and the surrounding area in Maryville, TN, are great places for kids to explore. So why not let your children pick out a special gift to take back to their favorite teachers?  Dandy Lions Gifts has a large selection of very special gifts their teachers are sure to enjoy, including candles; TN bar towels; a wide range of wall art; key fobs; and more in their boutique.

Have a Tennessee Wedding

The area in and around Maryville, TN, may be one of the most beautiful places in the state, if not the country, to hold your wedding. Weddings have always been a passion for owner Joy Carver, and creating amazing and unique wedding invitations is one of her first loves. Along with many handcrafted items in the boutique, Dandy Lions is proud to offer one of the most unique and sought-after lines of custom gifts and stationery in the area.

Find your Tennessee, seasonal, and hand-crafted gifts all in one location. Stop in and see all they have to offer, but be ready to make plenty of room in the trunk, as you are not likely to leave empty-handed. Before you pack your bags and get ready to head on home, be sure to stop by Dandy Lions Gifts and stock up on gifts for the whole family.

One-of-a-Kind Shopping & Creating Experiences at Louisville Mercantile

December 15, 2017   -   0 comments

Finding something out of the ordinary when you are out and about in Louisville, TN, can be more challenging than you might think. But if you are looking for a store that offers an eclectic selection of home and lake décor, specialty furniture, gifts, jewelry, and much more in a small-town environment, there is only one place to shop, Louisville Mercantile. Inside you can browse our selection of handmade items created by local Tennessee artists; antiques; and many other items to choose from. But this is only part of the fun.

Learn to Paint Your Own Furniture

While many people come to Louisville Mercantile to shop, there is a small crowd who come here for something completely different. Each year the store hosts a hands-on introductory class in furniture painting. If you have always wanted to learn how to take that ancient dresser and refinish it, but have no idea how to get started, let Louisville Mercantile show you how it’s done!

The simple solution is to make plans to attend the next Furniture Painting 101 classes held at the store. Not only will you be learning all about painting your furniture, but the instructor will work with you to make sure the surface is ready to be refinished. This is the hard part; the fun comes next in the guise of paint.

The instructor will go over several different methods of painting and finishing the various types of furniture. You’ll be working on a practice board while you master each technique. And if this is not enough for you, you will also learn a number of specialty techniques that let you create an amazing array of unique finishes.

Everything Included

When you enroll in Furniture Painting 101, you will find everything you need is included in the cost of the class. For those of you who want extra supplies to take home and work on your next project, you can purchase Country Chic paints and supplies on your first day with a 15 percent discount. The price also includes a picture frame for your final project that you get to take home when the class is over.

Louisville Mercantile offers several classes during the year. You can learn how to create amazing works of art from old furniture you have lying around the house, or that you picked up during garage sale season. If this sounds as amazing to you as it has to the many alumni of these classes, be sure to contact Louisville Mercantile and find out when they plan to have their next class. Get ready to give your old furniture a completely new and beautiful lease on life by registering for the next available class!

Discover Authentic Smokies Dining & Shopping at Apple Valley Stores & Café

December 12, 2017   -   0 comments

If you are planning a stay in the Townsend, TN, area, there is nothing like completely immersing yourself in the local culture. This means finding somewhere to sample the local foods, buy gifts, and more. After all, you are on vacation! Why would you want to hit the nearest fast food joint you can find anywhere, when you can enjoy the incredible local cuisine available at the Apple Valley Stores & Café in Townsend, TN?

In the General Store

You simply can’t come to Townsend without visiting the General Store. Here you will find an incredible selection of homemade fudge for you to enjoy while you are here, and more importantly, to take home to your family and friends. With ten flavors to choose from as well as three sugar-free flavors, you can’t help but find one or more that will tempt your taste buds. All fudge is made locally, never imported, and always as fresh as possible.

To go with your new fudge, the General Store also offers several different flavors of fresh ground coffee and coffee mugs for you to drink it from. Be sure to stock up on both fudge and coffee before you head home after your stay here.

Feed the Beast

While the fudge sold in the General Store makes a tasty treat, when the time comes to feed the beast, the Apple Valley Café and Restaurant is the only place to go. Start your day out with a pot of fresh brewed locally-roasted coffee and then prepare to enjoy a double stack of pancakes loaded with toppings from the massive Pancake Toppings Bar. Not quite enough food for you? Then dig into the “Breakfast of Champions” that comes with scrambled eggs and apple pie.

For lunch enjoy “Townsend’s Best Burgers” as you create your own “masterpiece burger” at the all-new toppings bar where you will find more than thirty toppings to choose from. Here you will find all of the usual toppings, including lettuce, tomatoes, onions, and more. But here’s where it gets better than you could possibly imagine. The Toppings Bar also has a range of tasty extras including bacon jam spread, a range of homemade sauces you can also buy in the General Store, a feta cheese spread, and many others.

For dessert, try one of their “World Famous Fried Apple Pies.” They sell more than 50,000 of these pies every year. Each pie comes topped with a custom blend of sugar and cinnamon that beautifully compliments the tart flavor of the apples. You will also find house-made biscuits, granola, and many other bakery items for you to enjoy with your meals. Many of these same items can also be purchased in the General Store to take home with you. The next time you are in Townsend, TN, be sure to drop by the Apple Valley Stores & Café and enjoy the finest in local cuisine, treats, and souvenirs.

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