Dining for All Occasi
Whether you are looking for a high-end night out or family dinner, there is something for everyone in Greeneville. Brumley’s Restaurant and Bar in the historic General Morgan Inn is the perfect stop for fine foods, wine, and desserts. The upscale atmosphere and delicious cuisine, such as the flame-grilled sirloin steak, is perfect for business or pleasure. If you are craving comfort food and want something simple and homey, such as a basket with a delicious hamburger and fresh fries, look no further than Tipton’s Café. This unassuming local staple has fed happy customers for years.
Greeneville is home every February to the Antique Appraisal and Fair, which draws in more than 45 regional vendors and appraisers selling the finest in antiques. Before the fair starts, enjoy a party with live music, dancing, and refreshments. Once you are at the show you have plenty of opportunities for new-to-you antique furniture or collectibles that cannot be found anywhere else. Not only is it a great place to buy treasures, but with appraisers on site you can take in your own heirlooms to be valued, and find out a little more about your own family history in the process.
One City, So Much His
Whether your history obsession is the Civil War or the Revolutionary War, Greeneville has a rich, intricate heritage to explore. The Nathanael Greene Museum, named after the famous Revolutionary War general, chronicles the formation of this nation from the very beginning. Permanent and temporary exhibits tell the story of America’s first steps, and visitors can walk through history one page at a time. Greeneville is also famous for being the birthplace of President Andrew Johnson. At the Andrew Johnson National Historic site, study the Reconstruction beginning with President Abraham Lincoln’s assassination. Tour reconstructions and pieces of our nation’s history preserved for today and future generations.