1/2 bloc off the main street. Family run. Mac & cheese specialty. Great service. small lunch room atmosphere.
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There is not much more I can say about this wonderful little place. If you read the reviews you will get the picture. Great folks, great food,, good prices. The one review that gave this one star and said that the Cracker Barrel was better...More
We stopped at Eatz for lunch and a break during a long road trip from Texas to D.C. The menu is limited and I still couldn't decide, so the owner came out and suggested the BBQ pork sandwich. My husband and I both ordered this...More
Traveling down 81 and figured Bristol would have good BBQ. This is the real deal!! Nice family restaurant with AMAZING food. Had the fried chicken, catfish, bbq pork sandwich, collard greens, mac & cheese, and rice & beans - all very fresh and fantastic! Especially...More
Our server was amazing and so friendly. The cornbread was unbelievably delicious. I would have gladly just eaten a plate of it for my meal. We had the jerk chicken, fried chicken, greens, mac and cheese, fries, and green beans. We all shared so we...More
When visiting the Birthplace of Country Music Museum, my wife and I asked the hosts for recommendation to eat lunch. They had a list of choices. The closest was EATZ which we chose since it was raining and they are located just a 1/2 block...More
The food is good. The Catfish is one of their best meals and the cornbread is the best that I have ever had in a restaurant. Wasnt a huge fan of the meatloaf but everything else I have tried has been good.
Great southern food. Fried chicken, collard greens, green beans and terrific corn bread. Nice small, not fancy restaurant with great food.
We stopped here after visiting the Birthplace of Country Music Museum down the street. We had the fried chicken and the dry rub chicken. Both were very good. The collards were excellent. The owner and his waiter son could not have been more friendly and...More