The pizza was amazing. The sandwiches were made with fresh homemade bread. I find it interesting that such a small city can support such a good restaurant.
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We stumbled upon this little gem while coming to purcase a car from craigslist. Wow!! First of all, this place is adorable. The perfect blend of cafe, bakery, coffeeshop and AMAZING WOOD FIRED PIZZA. As soon as I saw it from the outside I was...More
This is a great find! Very nice decorations that give it a warm and charming feeling. We had quiche and pastries and more quiche. It was great! Friendly folks and good food make us want to go there again. We bought flat bread to go...More
Really delicious sandwich and baked goods. Quaint space in the historic part of Tellico. Word of caution - they take their time with sandwiches so don't expect it to be a quick stop. Hope to see them add iced coffee to the menu... and if...More
This is a delightful bakery. There were four of us. Two enjoyed a delicious ham sandwich, one a reuben and one chicken salad. All were on delicious bread baked on sight. We also all enjoyed various cookies and took fresh loaves of sour dough and...More
The bakery is routinely crowded and I view that as a good sign but many have complained about waiting for service. This place is worth the wait!! The pizza is excellent, the sandwiches are very good, the breads and pastries excellent. Go expecting to wait...More
Tellico Grains has a limited menu, but the food is very good. The dining area is small, but it appears that most orders are for take-out. The place was busy the whole time we were there.
We have driven to this quaint little place in the past. It was nice and off the beaten path. However when we drove there yesterday, we found the prices had increased, and definitely not worth it. Everything is priced separately. My husband got the chicken...More
This bakery/sandwich shop is a welcome find, especially in Dollar General land. Delicious breads, a variety of sandwiches, and top-quality pastries. We were pleased to see they serve coffee from our favorite local roastery (Vienna Coffee House in Maryville). A guy was playing banjo for...More