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Bruce Bogartz - Lets wish Bruce all the best in his new career at the Copper Cellars Group. Thanks for all the great times and meals at Rouxbarb!
Thank God for Hard Knox! Finally there is real wood fired pizza in Knoxville. I grew up in CT and frequented NY and N J. The pizza at Hard Knox may be better than anything up North. There are no microwaves and nothing is frozen.
Nama in Bearden and on Gay Street win hands down for best sushi and best lunch value. The variety of rolls, nigiri, and sashimi are off the chart! There is no better sushi around than Nama.
At 327 Union Ave., right around the corner from Market Square is a little slice of heaven. Coffee and Chocolate is a small coffee shop offering up some of the best coffees and deserts around.
The shop is small and has an urban feel to it. The truffles are wonderful and the deserts are divine. My wife is fond of the very large chocolate chip and bacon cookie....I know it sounds odd, but the combination of salty and sweet is a winner. (Be sure to ask them to heat the cookie up.) Coffee and Chocolate reminds me a lot of Intermezzo Cafe in Atlanta, but on a smaller scale. Go out and support a small local shop that deserves the business.
Lots of white linen, big mahogany bar, and chalk boards with the specials of the day. The dinner and lunch is delicious, but in my opinion what this restaurant excels at is Sunday and Holiday brunch. Oysters, smoked fish, shrimp begin the brunch menu which includes salads, sides, four proteins, and deserts which change and are adapted to the season/holiday. My family has enjoyed Thanksgiving and Easter brunches here and we all agree that we will go again.
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