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Knoxville may be small in stature, but it offers some serious big-city attractions, including an array of excellent museums and historical sites. The Women's Basketball Hall of Fame tells the stories of the girls who got game, and the nearby James White Fort explores the history of Knoxville's founding family; the University's McClung Museum showcases the state's history and more. With the river and mountains surrounding the city, natural attractions including the Great Smokey Mountains Natural Park which is a must visit, and the charming towns of Pigeon Forge and Gatlinburg serve as the gateway to the park. Knoxville also does not fall short on great pubs, clubs and lounges for you and your friends to have the time of your life.
Bars and Date Spots:
200 E Jackson Ave
Knoxville, TN 37915
Tucked away in the Old City District, Barley's is a busy but laid-back pizzeria where a diverse crowd congregates in the evening. Though known for its huge slices of great pizza, this comfortable old building is also an after-dinner hangout, with live music, darts, and pool. There are more than 90 microbrews and international beers on tap, and a simple, friendly decor with lots of rustic tables and old beer signs. This chain of bars has is rapidly growing throughout the southeast. The food menu has classic pub grub like fried green tomatoes, chicken fingers, cheddar burgers, and wraps.
Scruffy City Hall
32 Market Square
The owners of Preservation Pub brought the same creativity to neighboring Scruffy City Hall. The main stage at this new venue is larger than that of Preservation Pub, and the hall itself offers more room in front of the stage to dance. The upstairs level of the music venue has stadium style seating that overlook the crowd and stage - only the seats are church pews. In fact, the entire hall is designed to look like a medieval cathedral complete with artistic "stained-glass windows," that make the spotlights appear to be shining through. The bar has a large selection of tap beers at excellent prices.
Cotton Eyed Joe
11220 Outlet Rd
Knoxville, TN 37932
Anyone with a taste for country music should not miss a visit to Cotton Eyed Joe's, which is widely considered one of the top country-dance clubs in the South. Drink specials vary every night, and you'll often find a complimentary Tex-Mex buffet (plus some other food specials). Be sure to check because there are some unbelievable deals like $1 pizza slices and hot dogs. Don't worry if you can't dance; there are classes almost every night that will have you ready to Boot Scoot by the time the party gets started. A mechanical bull, bikini contests (on special nights and holidays), and karaoke keeps things interesting.
Boyd's Jig and Reel
101 S Central St
Located in Old City, this dimly lit, Scottish pub has three separate rooms: the entrance features a long bar with 300 scotch options, a concert room has a small stage and tables, and a quieter lounge area with dart boards for mingling with others (and being able to hear conversations). Tiffany lamps, brick walls, and trophy deer make up the decor, and the local talent on stages is worth pulling up a seat. Music tends to be southern-infused music (with Irish and Scottish influence) but the bands frequently change. A Scottish pub menu includes Scotch eggs, Stovies (stewed onions, potatoes, and lamb), and other comfort food.
Downtown Grille and Brewery
424 S Gay St
This massive, two-story space seems to go on forever, with an upper floor that overlooks main bar and brew kegs. Vintage paintings and prints and scuffed wood floors contrast shiny gold taps where at least seven craft beers (brewed in house) are poured. The bar also serves up lunch and dinner items like fajitas, fish and chips, an array of pasta dishes, and freshly-baked pizzas. After dinner the late-night crowd can kick it in the back bar with Foosball and pool tables. Be sure to check their events calendar because there's always something going on; whether it's $2 beer specials or Texas Hold Em' tournaments.
428 South Gay Street
Knoxville, TN 37902
This ultra-chic lounge and bar has some unique features: like the glowing tank behind DJ stage with bubbles floating to the surface, mood lighting behind bar, museum artifacts on display, and windmill-sized industrial ceiling fans. Couples sip martinis at glass table tops, the "by the glass" wine menu features more than 60 types of wines, and the cocktail menu includes 40 different vodka selections, as well as Tennessee and Kentucky whiskey. A live DJ performs on Fridays and Saturdays, and the kitchen opens at 5p.m. and remains open until midnight. Located on Gay Street, this is one of the places to be seen in Knoxville.
28 Market Square
This three-story pub feels like a fairy tale infused with country rock. The music memorabilia on the walls, a speakeasy-style booth wedged into the space under the stairs, a giant tree bar on the rooftop, and vines growing up the brick walls make it a unique venue. It is also known for bringing in top musical acts that play late into the night (think 2a.m.), and hosts as many as 200 per month. Located in Market Square next to the Scruffy City Hall, the bar and grill has over 300 beers (70 on tap), and some amazing happy hour specials that will guarantee you have a great night.
Suttree's High Gravity Tavern
411 S Gay St
This local favorite on Gay Street features constantly rotating draft beer selections that draw in the craft-beer loving crowd (and hipsters). The design of the bar is simplistic, yet has a few unique features like the roller-coaster shaped bench stretched across the venue or the massive lit beer sign. Beer selection and prices are clearly marked on the chalkboard and outdoor seating is available for conversation and people watching. There's no televisions or overly loud music here, and that tends to keep the college-age crowd away. Find out what's on the event schedule, Monday is often a good night to check out live music.
604 S Gay St
Knoxville, TN 37902
First opened in 1928 when movies were only 40 cents for matinees and 60 cents for evening shows, the Tennessee Theatre continues to awe visitors (although prices have risen a bit since then). The beautiful Spanish-Moorish style interior has a global influence, like Czechoslovakian crystals in the French-style chandeliers, and Italian terrazzo flooring. The theater showcases all types of talent like comedians, musicians, and live productions of Broadway-style shows (in addition to good-old-fashioned movie nights). Just about every seat has a view and great acoustics. The ceiling gives a feeling like patrons are staring up at the night sky.