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With a focus on the cuisine of the Emilia-Romagna region, this Italian restaurant creates simple, elegantly plated renditions of classics dishes, such as fusilli carbonara.
A 2013 James Beard Award winner, Chef Joseph Lenn uses wood-fired techniques and an old-world knowledge to create upscale Southern meals that draw on the traditions of rural Appalachia.
Chef Love has designed a menu influenced by the ingredients, traditions, and cultures that have been part of the West since the first adventure began on the Goodnight-Loving and Chisholm Trails—with an added level of modern sophistication.
Kefi is a concept rooted in Greek which translates very roughly to "Profound Passion". Kefi will bring this rich Mediterranean culture to the downtown streets of Knoxville.
Suttree’s High Gravity Tavern
Good beer, rare beer, small batched beer, rumored beer, and high gravity beer.
The Tomato Head
Hip pizza parlor also serves sandwiches, salads & burritos with many vegetarian options.
Stock & Barrel
Stylish restaurant featuring thoughtfully sourced burgers & an extensive selection of bourbons.
This historic theater, dating back to 1909, is known for its excellent acoustics and impressive bookings.
Constructed in 1792, this National Historic Landmark was home to William Blount, a signer of the United States Constitution.
One of the biggest tourist attractions in Tennessee, Dollywood showcases area crafts and music alongside rollercoasters and a full-size steam train.
Great Smoky Mountains National Park
This popular national park covers 522,419 acres of mountainous terrain and is part of the Appalachian Trail.
Tennessee Theatre0.1 MILES AWAYles away from the hotel
Located across the street from Hyatt Place Knoxville / Downtown, the Tennessee Theatre is a restored 1920s-era movie palace that hosts famous comics, rock bands, and film screenings.
They have something for all seasons! From the splash pad fountains in summer to the ice-skating rink in winter. Also know for their Wednesday and Saturday Farmers’ Markets.
They feature 11 lanes equipped with leather couches, a full bar, HD TVs, and a lounge area. They also have a cocktail lounge featuring lounge space, life-sized board games as well as game night classics, full bar with top-shelf alcohol, and a patio.
Pretentious Glass Company
"Make your own" workshops give you the opportunity to try your hand at glassblowing with the assistance of a trained professional. Make your own family heirlooms.
World’s Fair Park
Towering 266 feet above the city’s skyline, the Sunsphere and the Tennessee Amphitheater are the only structures remaining from Knoxville’s hosting of the 1982 World’s Fair. The Park is divided into three sections — a festival lawn, a performance lawn and a lake area.
Ijams Nature Center
Wetlands & rock formations fill urban nature park with 10 miles of trails plus bike & canoe rental.
East Tennessee Historical Society
Visitors can attend workshops and conferences, enjoy lectures, research historical topics, participate in student and teacher education programs, and explore three centuries of life in the award-winning exhibition, Voices of the Land.