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Jonathan’s guidebook

Jonathan

Jonathan’s guidebook

Our Favorite Restaurants
Most of these are downtown but a couple are close to the house.
Great diner style restaurant with great burgers and homemade desserts.
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Litton's Market, Restaurant & Bakery
2803 Essary Drive
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Great diner style restaurant with great burgers and homemade desserts.
Best barbeque in Knoxville offering daily specials as well as beer and wine.
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Sweet P's Barbecue and Downtown Dive
410 W Jackson Ave
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Best barbeque in Knoxville offering daily specials as well as beer and wine.
Fine dinning with a southern flair. Owner, Joseph lynn, is a world renowned James Beard award winning chef.
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J.C. Holdway
501 Union Ave SW
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Fine dinning with a southern flair. Owner, Joseph lynn, is a world renowned James Beard award winning chef.
Best Italian in Knoxville.
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Emilia
16 Market Square
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Best Italian in Knoxville.
solid sushi
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Nama Sushi Bar - Downtown Knoxville
506 South Gay Street
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solid sushi
Neighborhoods
Bicyclists, runners and walkers enjoy the charm of this scenic tree-lined boulevard with its rolling hills and quaint older homes, some dating back to the 1920's. Sequoyah Hills is acclaimed for its breathtaking spring landscapes and is a featured tour during the Dogwood Arts Festival. Divided into three sections each with its own parking, Sequoyah Hills Park features 3 sport fields, a playground and exercise yard, and two blueway accesses to the Tennessee River. Just around the corner, there are 2 other parks to visit in the neighborhood — Talahi Park is to the west as you wind along the boulevard trail and Whitlow Logan Park is a couple of streets southwest.
Sequoyah Avenue
Bicyclists, runners and walkers enjoy the charm of this scenic tree-lined boulevard with its rolling hills and quaint older homes, some dating back to the 1920's. Sequoyah Hills is acclaimed for its breathtaking spring landscapes and is a featured tour during the Dogwood Arts Festival. Divided into three sections each with its own parking, Sequoyah Hills Park features 3 sport fields, a playground and exercise yard, and two blueway accesses to the Tennessee River. Just around the corner, there are 2 other parks to visit in the neighborhood — Talahi Park is to the west as you wind along the boulevard trail and Whitlow Logan Park is a couple of streets southwest.
South Knoxville is quickly becoming an outdoor oasis. We call it the Urban Wilderness and it's got everything an outdoor enthusiast could want. Here are few links to some of the awesome stuff it has to offer. Ijam's Nature Center - https://ijams.org/ Suttree Landing Park - http://www.outdoorknoxville.com/places/parks/south/suttree-landing-park Bakers Creek Preserve - http://www.outdoorknoxville.com/places/trails/south/baker-creek-preserve Alliance Brewing - https://alliancebrewing.com/
South Knoxville
South Knoxville is quickly becoming an outdoor oasis. We call it the Urban Wilderness and it's got everything an outdoor enthusiast could want. Here are few links to some of the awesome stuff it has to offer. Ijam's Nature Center - https://ijams.org/ Suttree Landing Park - http://www.outdoorknoxville.com/places/parks/south/suttree-landing-park Bakers Creek Preserve - http://www.outdoorknoxville.com/places/trails/south/baker-creek-preserve Alliance Brewing - https://alliancebrewing.com/