Rogersville is a town in, and the county seat of, Hawkins County, Tennessee, United States. It was settled in 1775 by the grandparents of Davy Crockett, and is the second-oldest town in the state. It is named for its founder, Joseph Rogers. Tennessee's second oldest courthouse, the Hawkins County Courthouse, first newspaper The Knoxville Gazette, and first post office are all located in Rogersville. The Rogersville Historic District is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Things to do in Rogersville
4.5 based on 88 reviews
Casual Family Dining, located in Rogersville, Tennessee. Out menu offers a wide selection of choices, at reasonable prices! We are well known, for our Pulled Pork Sandwiches, and homemade Potato Chips.
Stopped in here for a 3:00 meal and found a real understated great place to eat. I had the 3 combo dinner with briskiet, pulled pork, and 2 ribs with the cornbread salad and slaw. All was excellent and a little different the usual hickory smoked meat. They use applewood and it was delicious. The sides were equally as good. My husbands dinner was also great. I was too busy enjoying mine to even bother finding out what he had! lol We did order two appetizers and I had the double order of green fried tomatoes, while he had homemade potato chips with cheese. I am so glad I ordered the double with 12 green fried tomatoes. They were fried in a corn meal batter and so crispy. They were well prepared and not at all soggy and no water content. I have never had better anywhere! Natually, with that said, for the first time I could not eat all of my dinner. The amount of meat was enough for 2 and more than half went home with us on both of our plates! Get those green fried tomatoes and split a dish! WOW!
4.5 based on 35 reviews
My husband has to make a nightly trip here. No matter the temperature outside. Hamburgers are great to!
5 based on 1 reviews
Great atmosphere, good homemade foods, rolls and desserts. Gift shop area too. Been there twice this month love Lee and Shona and the great foods they prepare.
4 based on 161 reviews
My wife and I have eaten at Amis Mill several times over the years. We chose this restaurant to celebrate our 39th anniversary lunch. The oysters were delicious and the homemade cream style corn was good as well. The fried okra was below normal. My wife chose fried potatoes and onions for a side. The potatoes were very dry and charred in places. The onions were black due to being burned! Who chooses to serve bad food at a restaurant of this caliber?! The hush puppies were old, just not fresh at all. We left disappointed. I'm not sure we'll ever go back, honestly. We really like the owners.... just not quite sure where the pride in their food has gone.
4.5 based on 28 reviews
Pals is a great fast-food, drive-thru restaurant. Look up their health department inspection rating, it is always 98-100 which is hard to obtain. Their customer service is excellent, their menu is simple but delicious. This is a great place for breakfast, lunch or dinner. They set the bar high and no other fast-food or similar price-point can come close to comparing with this place. I think I've visited every Pals in the East TN region, Rogersville location is one of the best.
4.5 based on 22 reviews
My family and I eat here pretty regularly and It is always good. If you can't find something. they will do their best to fix it for you. Large helpings. Service is great and friendly. Prices are right. Beer is available, if you want....good ice tea.
It can be busy at times, but little if any wait.
4.5 based on 30 reviews
You would never expect this great Chinese Restaurant to be located in Rogersville, TN but it is. Downtown RogVagas as locals call it. Huge selection of quality food. Love their Coconut Chicken, Cashew Chicken, Mustard Chicken, & Wantons. For dessert they have ice cream, No Beer, No Wine, & No Alcohol. A true family restaurant.
4 based on 33 reviews
While doing outreach in the Rogersville community for a Regional Non-Profit we decided to have our lunch at Oh Henry. Rogersville has many other local favs according to our local guide; however, I believe we wandered into the best! David S. had the Southwest Chicken, Josh R. had the Cajun chicken, Doug M. had the Hawaiian Chicken and Victor Q. enjoyed the local Chicken casserole. Each one of us had a different variety of chicken featuring flavors from all around the U.S. and the you know what? The cook nailed each flavor perfectly! So, of you find yourself in Rogersville, TN and you are looking for a little local flavor or even something unique, I highly recommend Oh Henry!
4 based on 25 reviews
The newly renovated Hale Springs Inn is nestled in the heart of downtown Rogersville. It was built in 1824 by John A. McKinney, making it the state's oldest continuously operating inn. And hosted several presidents in its time, including Andrew Jackson. Each of the nine guest rooms has its own unique character, named after important figures in the history of the inn and surrounding area. Inside, you'll find antique furnishings, a plush bed, and a private bathroom, not to mention a DVD player and wireless Internet. At dinnertime, on-site McKinney's Tavern-the only full-service bar in the county-serves casual fare like The Hale Burger and Beef Tips
We enjoyed the lasagna dinner special, served with garlic bread. It was very good. The server said it was prepared with house-made ricotta cheese. Breakfast was included in the room rate and was filling. Guests choose from a short menu on check-in, and it is served from 7-9 a.m.
4.5 based on 16 reviews
While on a day trip to Rogersville, we decided to have lunch at Miss Bea's. I ordered a club sandwich. It was a traditional club with three layers of bread containing Turkey, ham, bacon. cheese, lettuce and tomato. While routine in construction, it was not routine in taste. It had just the right combination of ingredients and had a generous portion of mayo. This outstanding sandwich came with a not particularly exciting bag of Lays potato chips and a very sour pickle wedge. The service was friendly and outstanding. If you plan on trying out this restaurant, and I do recommend you do so, please be aware it closes at 3PM M-F and is closed on the weekend.
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