6 Places to eat in Morristown. I complied a list of restaurants that I like to eat at in Morristown, TN. Some of these are local restaurants, while others are not.
6 Places to eat in Morristown
This list is in no particular order. These are the top six restaurants that I would recommend to go eat at in Morristown, TN. Yes, this one has six, instead of the normal five I plan to do with other locations. I choose to list Morristown, TN as I work in this city for this weeks Travel Thursday.
1. Cook Out
Address: 2251 W Andrew Johnson Hwy, Morristown, TN 37814
Type: Hamburger, BBQ, Shakes
Favorite Menu Items: BLT, Double Bacon Cheese Burger, Bacon Wrap, Cheddar Bites
Pros: Cheap prices. The promo shake, if it is a good flavor is 99¢. The sweet tea is good and sweet here too. They are a Christian based company. They have scriptures on their drink cups and other packaging too.
Cons: Sometimes it can get very busy and crowded especially during lunch or when school let out in the area. They do not have marina sauce for the cheddar bites.
Opened: Not sure when the opened.
Check out my review of the Cook Out
2. Asuka Buffet
Address: 503 S Davy Crockett Pkwy, Morristown, TN 37813
Type: Chinese, Japanese, American Buffet
Favorite Menu Items: Beef with onions and jalapeño on hibachi. Sometimes I will use chicken. I like the pepper chicken, General Tso’s, chicken on a stick
Pros: I like how they have jalapeño’s on the hibachi.
Cons: You can run the risk of cross contamination when people use utensils from one dish to another or drop shrimp in dressings, etc.
Opened: Not sure when they opened.
3. Good Ole Days Sports Grille
Address: 247 Merchants Greene Blvd, Morristown, TN 37814
Type: Sports & Wings
Favorite Menu Items: I love their chicken wings. They have a lot of flavors to choose from. The wings are 60¢ per wing on Tuesday and Thursday. They use to be 50¢ when I first started eating there. I also like their cheese sticks, they usually put shredded Parmesan cheese on top. Plus, the sweet tea is good and sweet!
Pros: The waitress are friendly and often know what drink I want. Plus, they know I like flats and ask what flavors I want when I go. Best time to go is at lunch when they first open. Wings are hotter and fresher. But overall, one of the best wings!
Cons: If you contact the business via Facebook about an issue, they are slow to rely. They serve alcoholic beverages. It is very loud inside when busy. During the day and night, wings aren’t as fresh.
Opened: Opened in 2015.
4. Firehouse Subs
Address: 140 Hatfield Dr. Ste 3, Morristown, TN 37814
Type: Subs & Sandwiches
Favorite Menu Items: Meatball Sub on Wheat (really good with pepperoni on it) and th eNew York Steamer (No Mustard). Their pickles are awesome too.
Pros: You can earn points for free food. Mondays is double points day!
Cons: Sometimes they do have lines and it takes awhile to get through the line. Other times you wait awhile to get your meal. Not too many selections of chips.
5. Leo N Jack’s Subs
Address: 1310 W Andrew Johnson Hwy, Morristown, TN 37814
Type: Deli & Sandwich Shop
Favorite Menu Items: Hot Ham & Cheese and the Chicken Alfredo Sub
Pros: Very friendly staff. Really good sandwiches.
Cons: Refills cost 50¢. Inside is small.
Opened: Not sure when they opened.
Address: 2141 W Andrew Johnson Hwy, Morristown, TN 37814
Favorite Menu Items: Chick-fil-A Sandwich, Both Grilled and Regular Chicken Nuggets, Spicy Chicken Sandwich, Chicken Noodle Soup
Pros: Friendly staff, great sweet tea. A Christian based company. They do great things with the community and do special dinner nights at times.
Cons: They can have long lines, but that is where the app comes in handy. It can be loud in the dining area too.
Opened: Not sure when they opened this location.
Check out my review of Chick-Fil-A
Do you have a place you like to eat in Morristown?
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These restaurants are based on my personal opinion. I didn’t get anything to put them on this list. I am a picky eater, so these are places that I would eat in this city.
My name is Steve Patterson and I am saved through the blood of Jesus Christ. I have been blogging at Courageous Christian Father since 2012, however, I have been blogging since around 2004. I listen to nothing but Christian Music. I work as a graphic designer.