Great Food! Wonderful service! Love the atmosphere. Just a stop on our way home to Michigan from Florida.
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Stopped in for what we hoped was a quick lunch on our way through Knoxville. The food was good, and the menu varied enough there there’s something for everyone. They have your typical bar food-wings, fish & chips, etc., but they have “real food” too....More
Not busy at all, food was good, service was terrible. Our server was nice but paid no attention to our large table at all, never brought condiments, forget to bring drinks in a timely manner, waited forever to get our check. We will probably not...More
Kirsten was my server and she was very friendly and accomodating. She was very nice and allowed me to do my paperwork without any interruption. I came here to eat, drink, and do my paperwork. She was was very respectful and checked on me regularly...More
We met some friends while we were in town after the U of T football game Saturday late afternoon. We were able to get right in. Our server was very attentive and nice. Our food was good. We all had wings. And the beer was...More
Food was mediocre, service was lousy and while we were in the middle of eating our dinner they randomly sat another group of two at our table that seats 4. Talk about awkward! We tried to explain that we had friends that were planning to...More
Went last week with a group expecting for it to be like hooters, We all were surprised waitress was terrific and food was the great, that said this place is going be added to our list of good places to eat in Knoxville.
Went here for lunch and it was fantastic. The hotwings was outstanding. My wife had the Philly Cheese Steak and said it was fantastic. Probably the best we've ever had. The place is huge. Really enjoyed. Highly recommend to all.
My son and I have been threatening to take my oldest grandson to a Twin Peaks restaurant in the Omaha area for the last couple of years. Of course, with Twin Peaks being at least partially known for its ‘scantily’ clad waitresses, he wanted nothing...More