In this post, we’ll highlight some of the new businesses and restaurants that recently opened in Knoxville.
Captain Muchachos is a Knoxville native food truck. Captain Muchachos isn’t your typical, greasy food truck food. It takes food truck dining to an entirely different level. It offers unique Mexican-American food. Offering everything from seared ahi tuna tacos to spinach quesadillas to Mexican street corn, Captain Muchachos will not disappoint with its innovative food. You’ll find this great street food traveling around Knoxville.
Duck Donuts is located in the Bearden area of West Knoxville. It’s located off of Kingston Pike, in between Weisgarber and S. Northshore. There’s no denying that everyone loves delicious, made-to-order donuts and a cup of delicious hot coffee. If that’s what you’re looking for, then stop into Duck Donuts. Duck Donuts offers up a fresh take on donuts to the Knoxville market.
SoKno Taco Cantina is located in South Knoxville, off of Sevierville Pike. SoKno ups the taco game in Knoxville once again. SoKno Knoxville offers an industrial chic atmosphere with no shortage of tacos, nachos, and other delicious Mexican options. There is also a large assortment of beers on draft. It’s worth giving this new taco venue a chance.
Pita Luna offers up Middle Eastern cuisine, in the heart of downtown Knoxville, just a minute from campus. This restaurant serves up a variety of kabob options, pita wraps, along with other delicious entrees. If you’re looking for authentic Middle Eastern cuisine, do not miss checking out Pita Luna in downtown Knoxville.
Body/Mind Realign & Gratitudes Bar is both a chiropractor office and a retail space serving up natural cocktails. This is located in the Old City. They serve up Gratitinis, which are plant-based drinks to lift, restore, and motivate the body, mind and spirit. In addition, the retail space sells unique items including essential oils, candles, and jewelry. If you’re looking for a chiropractic office that focuses on your mind, body and soul, be sure not to miss the Body/Mind Realign & Gratitudes Bar.
Which businesses and restaurants are you excited to see opening in Knoxville? What businesses and restaurants would you like see come to Knoxville?
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