10 MORE Rural TN Restaurants Worth the Drive (2022)

Whether you’re exploring a country in Europe or taking a short road trip near your own hometown, traveling offers the chance to immerse yourself in new experiences. And although it may be easy to find restaurants via a brief Google search, there’s something particularly charming and authentic about following the locals to see which restaurants they frequent, which lends itself to discovering nostalgic comfort food that remains in our memories for years to come. If you haven’t yet checked out our article on 10 Rural TN Restaurants Worth the Drive, we encourage you to do so … because here are 10 MORE rural, locally-owned restaurants that you should put on your bucket list!

Blue Bank Fish House and Grill

813 Lake Dr, Hornbeak, TN 38232 • bluebankresort.com

A fishing and hunting oasis set against the beautiful backdrop of Reelfoot Lake, Blue Bank Resort boasts everything from lakeside lodging to sunset canoe tours and bald eagle sightings. But it’s the Blue Bank Fish House and Grill that will elevate your trip — particularly if you love stuffed shrimp, which happens to be an appetizer favorite. Dine outdoors and indulge in the scenic views as you eat. Even if shrimp isn’t your cup of tea, the Fish House menu is chock full of fresh local dishes that include meats and produce sourced from local Tennessee farmers, as well as vegetables and herbs grown in the property gardens. You can find everything from burgers to surf and turf, and the extensive list of wine and local craft beer ensures you won’t go thirsty!

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The stuffed shrimp appetizer at the beautiful lakeside Blue Bank Resort is not-to-be-missed. Image: Blue Bank Resort

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The Grind Mac and Cheese Burger Bar

112 Lovelace Ave, Martin, TN 38237 • thegrindburgerbar.com

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Any restaurant with a burger named after Luther Vandross (a burger topped with cheddar cheese fondue and bacon, and smashed between two grilled glazed donuts) is simply too intriguing not to visit. Located in Martin, roughly two and a half hours from both Nashville and Memphis, the beloved burger joint is a haven for kids and grown-ups alike. Over-the-top monster shakes with titles such as S’more the Merrier and Churro Champion are like something straight out of Candyland, with mounds of whipped cream and sauce, topped with candy and cookies galore. Plus, you can order from several other classic American dishes with a twist, such as the Buffalo chicken mac and cheese or the bourbon and candied bacon deviled eggs.

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A thing of beauty! This monster shake from The Grind Mac and Cheese Burger Bar is the best kind of sugar rush. Image: Tara Wilkey

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Shelby Forest General Store

7729 Benjestown Rd, Millington, TN 38053 • shelbyforestgeneralstore.com

Rumored to be one of Justin Timberlake’s favorite childhood hangouts, this charming (dare we say, rustic) cabin in Millington, Tennessee, is home to the Shelby Forest General Store. An old-school favorite amongst the locals for roughly 18 years, the General Store is a down-home spot for everything from basic supplies like milk and toilet paper to grill selections like the “world-famous cheeseburger.” And where else can you get a yummy homemade burger for $3.99? The General Store has suffered some recent hardship as they’ve navigated the pandemic, reducing hours and placing their wildly popular “Steak Night” on a temporary hold, which featured live bluegrass music. So, even if you can’t make it out for their cooked-to-order burger, you can support their Go Fund Me campaign and look forward to future visits.

Pat’s Café

110 E Court Ave, Selmer, TN 38375 • (731) 645-6671

A subtle little café that features breakfast, sandwiches, and burgers, Pat’s Café in Selmer, Tennessee, is a small-town gem. Comfortable with friendly and fast service, you can expect smiles and Slugburgers — and the latter might be what put Pat’s on the map. What is a Slugburger, you ask? While the thought of it may conjure up less-than-stellar thoughts of slimy creatures, the Slugburger is anything but. An authentic taste of Depression-era Mississippi, the Slugburger is technically a patty made from beef, flour, and soy grits that originated in Corinth, Mississippi, in the early 1900s. We don’t claim to know the secret behind owner Pat Knight’s famous Slugburger, but we do know that people come from far and wide to try it. Are you next?

Helen’s Bar-B-Q

1016 N Washington Ave, Brownsville, TN 38012 • Facebook

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One of only a few female pitmasters in the country, Helen Turner serves up some mean barbecue. And that’s putting it mildly! Located about a mile from the center of Brownsville (around one hour from Memphis), Helen’s Bar-B-Q is a legend in its own right, featured on everything from ESPN to the Food Network. That recognition is due, at least in part, to her fantastic rib sandwich — perfectly smoked pork piled high on a bun with housemade coleslaw and her unique hot sauce blend that will have you begging for more. Her menu also features other oak- and hickory-smoked meats such as shoulder pork, ribs, and bologna, accompanied by traditional sides. Whatever you do, be sure you’re hungry!

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Owner and pitmaster Helen Turner tends to the fire at her restaurant, Helen’s Bar-B-Q. Image: Southern Foodways Alliance

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Cotton’s Café

200 W Eaton St, Trenton, TN 38382 • Facebook

Omelets, and pancakes, and cinnamon rolls, oh my! This eatery in Trenton features some serious down-home Southern cooking, but it’s the breakfast that has everyone talking — including the Saturday all-day breakfast. You can stop by for classics like bacon and eggs or French toast, or opt for more Southern-inspired morning fare such as biscuits and country ham. You can’t go wrong either way. If breakfast isn’t your bag, hit up the main menu for daily specials like Mama used to make — from a barbecue bologna sandwich with baked beans and coleslaw to butter beans and Salisbury steak smothered in gravy.

Overholt’s Farm Market

14520 TN-13, Hurricane Mills, TN 37078 • overholtssfarmmarket.com

Homemade ice cream and deli sandwiches abound at this wonderful farm market in Hurricane Mills. Plus, you can find pies, pastries, fresh bread, bulk items, and a stellar candy selection to boot! Known for its small-batch ice cream list complete with seasonal flavors, this family-owned joint may look like a barn, but it’s so much more. Perusing the shelves gives way to tasty treasures like hot pickled garlic, dandelion jelly, Amish country popcorn, and Buffalo chicken cheese balls. Custom crafts such as birdhouses are also on display, so it’s genuinely a one-stop-shopping experience for all things gourmet and giftable. Plus, indoor and outdoor seating allows for ample space to enjoy your delicious goods, no matter the season.

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The Commodore Hotel Music Café

114 E Main St, Linden, TN 37096 • commodorehotellinden.com

A self-proclaimed “oasis of Southern hospitality,” the Commodore Hotel’s Music Café is a hotspot for live tunes and perfectly delicious dishes, too. Located off of the hotel’s main lobby, the mecca for locally-sourced food is full of vibrance and ambiance. The menu boasts Southern-inspired entreés such as fried buttermilk chicken, Nashville hot chicken, and grilled salmon. A speakeasy-style lounge offers a fun place for locals and guests to mingle. Plus, the surrounding area boasts plenty of activities, with a focus on fishing in the summer and hunting in the winter. Alternatively, you can head to Mousetail Landing State Park for picturesque photo ops and a view of the Tennessee River.

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The Commodore Hotel offers a home away from home … and great food, too! Image: Charles Vernier

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Charlene’s Just Divine Tea Room

2257 TN-88, Halls, TN 38040 • Facebook

More than just your average tea room, Charlene’s Just Divine Tea Room in Halls, Tennessee, is the place to go for comfort food. With an exterior that makes you feel like you’re strolling into Grandma’s house, the restaurant is a quaint space with pretty floral tablecloths and a smattering of timeless blue-and-white china. The menu offers everything from scratch-made daily specials like shepherd’s pie and chicken noodle soup in a bread bowl to seasonal desserts like gooey pumpkin cake and limoncello mascarpone cake, and locals swear by the chicken salad. If you’re an animal lover, the Tennessee Safari Park is less than 30 minutes away, where you can get up close and personal with giraffes, peacocks, and even wallabies. Just keep your eyes on the ostriches. They can get a little sassy!

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Bell Buckle Café

16 Railroad Sq E, TN-269, Bell Buckle, TN 37020 • bellbucklecafe.com

An hour outside of Nashville, Bell Buckle is a lovely little town that’s home to less than 500 residents. Small though it may be, the town is also home to the Bell Buckle Café, which has become a destination for many — be it weary travelers or locals. While the casual restaurant offers a plethora of tasty comfort food items, including country-fried steak, smoked pork chops, and catfish, it might just be the fried biscuits with apple butter that stand out the most. Plan to hit up the local antique stores, visit the charming downtown, and indulge in some home-style Southern fare that will have you checking your calendar and penciling in your next trip.

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FAQs

What is the most eaten food in Tennessee? ›

Barbecue. From pulled pork to sweetly slathered ribs, Tennessee is known for its mouthwatering barbecue. In addition to sandwiches, you'll find spicy beans, mac 'n cheese, and coleslaw on most barbecue restaurant menus.

What food can you only get in Tennessee? ›

Taste of Tennessee
  • Sweet tea. No Southern meal is complete without a glass of sweet tea. ...
  • RC Cola and Moon Pie. First invented at Chattanooga Bakery, moon pies are a Tennessee tradition. ...
  • Country ham. Country ham is arguably Tennessee's most famous delicacy. ...
  • Fried catfish. ...
  • Stack cake. ...
  • Tomatoes. ...
  • Memphis Ribs. ...
  • Jack Daniels.

What is Nashville known for as far as food? ›

Southern Barbecue

There are a handful of regions across the U.S. that are known for their barbecue and thankfully Tennessee is one of them. In Nashville, you'll find a variety of places selling mouth watering brisket, ribs slathered in sauce, and some of the best pulled pork imaginable.

What fast food is popular in Tennessee? ›

The most popular fast food chains in Tennessee follow a similar path of sandwiches, burgers and Mexican cuisine.
...
These are currently the Top 5 fast food chains in the state:
  • Charleys Philly Steaks.
  • Bruegger's Bagels.
  • Chipotle Mexican Grill.
  • Taco John's.
  • Steak 'n Shake.
9 Jun 2022

What dessert is Tennessee known for? ›

Tennessee: Banana pudding

Tennessee loves banana pudding so much that the state holds an annual festival for the dessert. If you can't make it to Tennessee for the event, try whipping up this easy Banana Cream Pie Pudding Cup recipe — it's one of those desserts that requires fewer than five ingredients.

What drink is famous in Tennessee? ›

If you're a Tennessean, it won't surprise you that whiskey is our favorite drink — Tennessee Whiskey is world-famous, after all. But does it shock you that in 36 out of the 50 states, whiskey was the drink of choice? That's 72 percent — so we think it's safe to say that whiskey is America's favorite liquor!

What is Gatlinburg famous food? ›

Check out these famous local dishes and eateries.
  • OGLE DOG AT FANNIE FARKLES. ...
  • DONUTS AT THE DONUT FRIAR. ...
  • DEVILED EGGS AT PARTON'S DELI. ...
  • GARLIC KNOTS AT BEST ITALIAN. ...
  • PANCAKES AT THE PANCAKE PANTRY. ...
  • SALAD BAR AT THE PEDDLER STEAKHOUSE. ...
  • TAFFY LOGS AT OLE SMOKY CANDY KITCHEN.
26 Aug 2020

What fruit is Tennessee known for? ›

State Fruit: Tomato

The tomato, scientifically known as Lycopersicon lycopersicum, was designated Tennessee's official state fruit in 2003 by the 103rd General Assembly (Public Chapter 154).

What drink is Nashville known for? ›

There are plenty of cities that have their own unique alcoholic drinks, but the Nashville Bushwacker is truly one of a kind. This creamy, boozy version of a thick milkshake is now the go-to frozen drink for bar hoppers, brunch, happy hour, and bachelorettes in the Music City of Tennessee.

What are Nashville people called? ›

Nashvillian

What Fast Food was founded in Tennessee? ›

The first Pal's opened in 1956 in Kingsport, Tennessee a year after the founder of Pal's, Fred "Pal" Barger, attended a National Restaurant Convention in Chicago and met Ray Kroc and Fred Turner, observing the construction and equipment they used for the first McDonald's restaurant. Pal's CEO is Thom Crosby.

What is the biggest restaurant chain in the United States? ›

Today, McDonald's is the number one restaurant chain in America based on both sales and number of locations, and it has over 36,000 restaurants in over 100 different countries.

What is Tennessee's state food? ›

List of U.S. state foods
StateFood typeFood name
South CarolinaState picnic cuisineBarbecue
South DakotaState dessertKuchen
State breadFrybread
TennesseeState fruitTomato
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Where in Tennessee are there food deserts? ›

Nashville has four food deserts

Schlundt identified four areas that have neighborhoods with food deserts: North Nashville, East Nashville, Edgehill and South Nashville. He said he couldn't find a better example of structural racism than this. What contributes to food deserts?

What candy is made in Tennessee? ›

It's no secret that M&M's and Twix bars are two of the world's most popular name brand snacks. But did you know both of them are made in Tennessee? If you ever have the chance to drive through the small town of Cleveland, Tennessee, roll down the windows and take a sniff.

What has been invented in TN? ›

Invented in Tennessee
  • Cotton Candy.
  • Dempster Dumpster.
  • Atomic Bomb (partially)
  • Miniature Golf.
  • Mountain Dew.
  • Touchscreen Monitor.
  • MoonPie.
  • IdleAire.

Is Tennessee nice to live? ›

Famous for its country music, low cost of living, southern comfort food, and beautiful natural landscape, moving to Tennessee could be the best decision of your life. Ranked as the second cheapest state to live in the United States, and the number one state to retire, Tennessee is a good state to live in.

What is Tennessee's signature alcoholic drink? ›

Tennessee: Jack Daniel's

If there's one thing Tennessee does well, it's whiskey. Lynchburg is home to the world-famous Jack Daniel distillery. Whether you're crafting a cocktail, mixing it with classic Coke, or sipping it on the rocks, you're right at home if you're drinking Jack in Tennessee.

What alcohol is from Tennessee? ›

There are two major producers of Tennessee whiskey, Jack Daniel's based in Lynchburg (owned by the Louisville, Kentucky-based Brown-Forman) and George Dickel based in Cascade Hollow near Tullahoma (owned by the London-based Diageo), as well as numerous locally based producers throughout the state.

What beer is made in Tennessee? ›

With so many incredible Tennessee craft beers, we have found the most popular and visited Tennessee breweries are: Bearded Iris Brewing, Blackberry Farm Brewery, Jackalope Brewing, Tennessee Brew Works, Wiseacre Brewing, and Yazoo Brewing.

What is the number one thing to do in Gatlinburg? ›

Top Ten Gatlinburg Attractions
  • Ripley's Aquarium of the Smokies.
  • Ole Smoky Moonshine.
  • Gatlinburg Sky Lift.
  • Hillbilly Golf.
  • Ripley's Haunted Adventure.
  • Gatlinburg Space Needle.
  • Ober Gatlinburg Aerial Tramway.
  • Hollywood Star Cars Museum.
17 May 2022

Do you have to ride the SkyLift to get to the SkyBridge? ›

Many people come to Gatlinburg every year and can't leave without riding the SkyLift Park first! To access the SkyBridge and SkyDeck, you must ride the Gatlinburg SkyLift 500 vertical feet up the side of Crockett Mountain. As you ride up the mountainside, you'll enjoy talking to the 2 other people riding up with you.

Why are there so many pancake houses in Gatlinburg? ›

Speaking with Smoky Mountain Living Magazine, Amy Morton said: “We feel that the popularity of pancake houses in this area stems from the simple fact that Southerners have a tradition of enjoying a delicious hearty breakfast."

What is Tennessee's state dog? ›

The Bluetick Coonhound Is Officially Tennessee's State Dog.

What does a circle with 3 stars mean? ›

Design: The Tennessee state flag is crimson with a blue circle in the middle containing three white stars. The three stars represent the divisions of Tennessee into middle, east and west.

What is Tennessee's biggest export? ›

Top Five Agricultural Exports, Estimates, FY 2016
RANKEXPORTVALUE MIL $
1stSoybean369.7
2ndOther plant products (see 1)217.6
3rdCotton98.5
4thCorn88.2
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Where is Taylor Swift's house in Nashville? ›

In 2009, Taylor Swift invested $2 million in the penthouse apartment in Midtown, Nashville. The unit is located at the super swanky Adelicia complex. The unique and stylish abode was featured by Katie Couric in 2012, where Swift herself gave a detailed tour of her Alice in Wonderland inspired home.

Where are you most likely to see a celebrity in Nashville? ›

1. The Mall at Green Hills. The Green Hills area tends draw the rich and famous, and the mall there is definitely no exception.

What is the most famous bar in Nashville? ›

Alan Jackson's Lower Broadway bar has been voted the number one honky-tonk in Nashville by Billboard Magazine.

Where do country singers hang out in Nashville? ›

Country star bars in Nashville: A quick guide
  • Blake Shelton's Ole Red. ...
  • Jason Aldean's Kitchen + Rooftop Bar. ...
  • Dierks Bentley's Whiskey Row. ...
  • Luke's 32 Bridge Food + Drink. ...
  • FGL House. ...
  • Kid Rock's Big A** Honky Tonk & Rock 'n' Roll Steakhouse. ...
  • A.J.'s Good Time Bar. ...
  • John Rich's Redneck Riviera.
11 Apr 2019

What is the famous street in Nashville? ›

Find yourself mesmerized by the live music and neon lights of Broadway on Honky Tonk Highway – Nashville's famous street. World-class live music plays 365 days a year on the city's main drag.

Can you drink alcohol in public in Nashville? ›

Mayor John Cooper announced a new health order Friday afternoon that prohibits the consumption of alcohol outside a permitted area in downtown Nashville and Midtown. The new health order goes into effect Saturday at 5 p.m. and will prohibit the consumption of alcohol outside an establishment like a bar or restaurant.

Do locals wear cowboy hats in Nashville? ›

Again, you might see a cowboy hat every now and then in the Country Music Hall of Fame, but it's probably in a glass display case because it was worn by Hank Williams. Nashvillians don't make it a habit to wear a Stetson unless we're dressing up as a Texan for Halloween.

What is the number one thing to do in Nashville? ›

17 Top-Rated Attractions & Things to Do in Nashville, TN
  • Grand Ole Opry. ...
  • Country Music Hall of Fame & Museum. ...
  • Ryman Auditorium. ...
  • Make the Scene in Downtown Nashville. ...
  • Learn about the Man in Black at Johnny Cash Museum. ...
  • Belle Meade Historic Site. ...
  • Groove in Glorious Gardens at Gaylord Opryland Resort. ...
  • Andrew Jackson's Hermitage.

Do they say Y all in Nashville? ›

We will have you speaking like a native in no time with this list of both uniquely Southern and Nashville phrases you will likely hear around town: Y'all: You all. Everyone. All you people.

What is Tennessee's state food? ›

List of U.S. state foods
StateFood typeFood name
South CarolinaState picnic cuisineBarbecue
South DakotaState dessertKuchen
State breadFrybread
TennesseeState fruitTomato
121 more rows

What is Gatlinburg famous food? ›

Check out these famous local dishes and eateries.
  • OGLE DOG AT FANNIE FARKLES. ...
  • DONUTS AT THE DONUT FRIAR. ...
  • DEVILED EGGS AT PARTON'S DELI. ...
  • GARLIC KNOTS AT BEST ITALIAN. ...
  • PANCAKES AT THE PANCAKE PANTRY. ...
  • SALAD BAR AT THE PEDDLER STEAKHOUSE. ...
  • TAFFY LOGS AT OLE SMOKY CANDY KITCHEN.
26 Aug 2020

What food is Knoxville Tennessee known for? ›

A: Knoxville is best known for a variety of southern classic dishes, including fried chicken, barbecue, ribs, fried green tomatoes, okra, collard greens, and macaroni and cheese.

What restaurants are popular in Tennessee? ›

10 Wildly Famous Restaurants In Tennessee That Are Totally Worth The Hullabaloo
  • Tootsie's Orchid Lounge - Nashville. ...
  • Charlie Vergos' Rendezvous - Memphis. ...
  • Hattie B's Hot Chicken - Nashville. ...
  • Sweet P's BBQ - Knoxville. ...
  • Siler's Old Time BBQ - Henderson. ...
  • Rolf & Daughters - Nashville. ...
  • Family BBQ - Dickson. ...
  • Alcenia's - Memphis.
29 Jan 2017

Is Tennessee nice to live? ›

Famous for its country music, low cost of living, southern comfort food, and beautiful natural landscape, moving to Tennessee could be the best decision of your life. Ranked as the second cheapest state to live in the United States, and the number one state to retire, Tennessee is a good state to live in.

What is Tennessee state dog? ›

The Bluetick Coonhound Is Officially Tennessee's State Dog.

What fruit is Tennessee known for? ›

State Fruit: Tomato

The tomato, scientifically known as Lycopersicon lycopersicum, was designated Tennessee's official state fruit in 2003 by the 103rd General Assembly (Public Chapter 154).

What is the number one thing to do in Gatlinburg? ›

Top Ten Gatlinburg Attractions
  • Ripley's Aquarium of the Smokies.
  • Ole Smoky Moonshine.
  • Gatlinburg Sky Lift.
  • Hillbilly Golf.
  • Ripley's Haunted Adventure.
  • Gatlinburg Space Needle.
  • Ober Gatlinburg Aerial Tramway.
  • Hollywood Star Cars Museum.
17 May 2022

Do you have to ride the SkyLift to get to the SkyBridge? ›

Many people come to Gatlinburg every year and can't leave without riding the SkyLift Park first! To access the SkyBridge and SkyDeck, you must ride the Gatlinburg SkyLift 500 vertical feet up the side of Crockett Mountain. As you ride up the mountainside, you'll enjoy talking to the 2 other people riding up with you.

Why are there so many pancake houses in Gatlinburg? ›

Speaking with Smoky Mountain Living Magazine, Amy Morton said: “We feel that the popularity of pancake houses in this area stems from the simple fact that Southerners have a tradition of enjoying a delicious hearty breakfast."

What episode was Diners Drive Ins and Dives Knoxville TN? ›

(WVLT) - Guy Fieri, the host of Food Network's popular show Diners, Drive-Ins, and Dives, made a stop in Knoxville for a pizzeria. The Mayor of Flavortown visited Pizza Palace, located at East Magnolia Avenue, over 15 years ago in January of 2007. The show was aired in April of 2007 in Season 1, Episode 2.

Is Knoxville a foodie city? ›

With a heavy focus on locally sourced foods, Knoxville's unique culinary scene is on the rise thanks to a group of talented chefs. The city's diverse culinary climate gives its Tennessee neighbors and fellow foodie cities a run for their money.

Is there a shuttle from Knoxville to Gatlinburg? ›

There is no direct connection from Knoxville to Gatlinburg. However, you can take the bus to Mountain Grove SB before Majestic Grove then take the taxi to Gatlinburg. Alternatively, you can take the taxi to Gatlinburg.

What drink is Tennessee known for? ›

Whiskey has been associated with Tennessee since some of the first settlers moved to the area that would become a state in 1796. It is known for producing a specific style of whiskey, though other types of whiskey and distilled spirits are produced in the state.

How many restaurants are in Tennessee? ›

The restaurant industry is a major economic engine for the state. In 2015, Tennessee had 10,556 eating and drinking establishments with projected sales of $11.7 billion, according to the National Restaurant Association (NRA). Restaurant and food service jobs are projected to increase 10.6 percent to 325,800 by 2026.

What is in eastern Tennessee? ›

The region contains the major cities of Knoxville and Chattanooga, Tennessee's third and fourth largest cities, respectively, and the Tri-Cities, the state's sixth largest population center. Nickname(s): East TN, East Tenn. The counties of Tennessee highlighted in red that are designated part of East Tennessee.

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