Good little sandwich shop downtown. People are very friendly and the soups are very tasty. kid-friendly
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Great location downtown, inadequate parking at prime times, average food, above average prices, questionable customer service.
This is a good place for lunch in Greeneville. Very convenient to the Andrew Johnson Complex. Very nice menu with unusual choices. Food is good and reasonable. Service is very friendly
Pretty down to earth experience. You stand in line and order, pay, then find a seat. The foot is prepared to order, so you know it is fresh. Soups and sandwiches are all homemade and good. The turkey reuben is a highlight. Try to get...More
Daughter in from Fargo, ND and just had to eat at the Tannery. She grew up in Greeneville eating here almost daily so insisted we have lunch here. I had the grill cheese sandwich, the wife had turkey sub and daughter had the same. The...More
Our group came to town for the Andrew Johnson museum, very interesting, FYI. We came in for lunch, 14 of us ordered & sat down at various tables. The staff was friendly & brought our sandwiches out as quickly as possible. Everyone enjoyed the meal,...More
This spot got recommended to us by the park ranger at the Andrew Johnson historical site. It was the perfect place to grab a sandwich. The sandwiches were very good and the people were very friendly. I had a pimento cheese, bacon, ham, and strawberry...More