Category Archives: Local Guide

local guide – bruster’s ice cream

If you join us in the warmer months, you might be in the mood for a cool sweet treat. Take the time to pop over to Maryville to stop by Bruster’s ice cream shop. They have to-die-for flavors. My favorite is the chocolate raspberry truffle. Each one is made fresh in-house, and you can taste…

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Local Guide – Dancing Bearfoot

We get asked often about places to stay in the area. This adorable little cabin was recently brought to our attention, and I think you’re going to love it! Check out that copper tub! It’s the perfect spot for a honeymoon… Click on any of the photos to go to their website and get more…

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Local Guide – Little Arrow Outdoor Resort

I had the occasion recently to check out Little Arrow Outdoor Resort in Townsend, Tennessee. It is SUCH a neat place!! If you are outdoorsy and want to do something different while you are in town for your wedding or you want a unique honeymoon option, this is a great place to check out. They…

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Local Guide – The Walnut Kitchen

For the next installment in our local guide, I want to highlight another delicious restaurant…. The Walnut Kitchen in Maryville, Tennessee. Ian and I recently stopped in for the first time, and we were both REALLY impressed. The decor has a rustic-urban feel, and the food is an elegant version of some favorite country fare….

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Local Guide – Tomo Japanese Restaurant

If you are in town and have a craving for sushi, you are in luck. I’m about to share with you the best sushi restaurant you will ever experience. Tomo Japanese Restaurant It’s always fresh, flavorful, and delicious. They have traditional Japanese meals, too, like tonkatsu (fried pork) which are just as tasty if you…

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