Loudon is a city in and the county seat of Loudon County, Tennessee, United States. Its population was 4,476 at the 2000 census. It is included in the Knoxville, Tennessee Metropolitan Statistical Area. The city is located in eastern Tennessee, southwest of Knoxville, on the Tennessee River. Fort Loudoun, the colonial era fort for which the city was named, is located several miles to the south in Monroe County.
Restaurants in Loudon
4.5 based on 46 reviews
Just off the interstate as you're heading down to Atlanta outside of Knoxville this local winery provides a nice selection of well-prepared wines. I really enjoyed their fruit wines especially your wild cherry and strawberry. They also have a very well stocked souvenir shop.
4.5 based on 140 reviews
Drove from Sevierville Tennessee, round trip 130 miles and it was worth it.. Great family owned business in Tennessee and Wisconsin has nothing on these folks. GREAT Cheese, must have 30 different flavors, and all very good. Go to their web-site and order. You will re-order I promise. !!!!
4.5 based on 19 reviews
Antiques, consignments, old and new furnishings, jewerly, gifts and gourmet products. We have a cafe serving quiches, pannies, soups, salads, deserts and more. Viennna coffee,wonderful teas, lattes, expresso and smoothies. There's always a daily special.
This is a charming cafe with delicious homemade goodies, partiicularly the quiche, soups, and cookies. Be certain to stroll through the very large shop which has a wealth of antiques and jewelry. Great place for Christmas shopping. Be certain to introduce yourself to Annabell, who is a complete delight.
4.5 based on 120 reviews
The welcome center has a wealth of information about the life and weapons of the soldiers stationed here. The books on sale recount the history of the fort and its most famous inhabitants.
Strolling through the stockade fort reminds you of the pent-up circumstance of the early settlers and soldiers. There's not much room inside, and there are no extant building outside. The quarters are all small, and would be extremely uncomfortable in inclement weather. The armory is quite interesting as it has examples of all of the munitions used in the forts' weapons.
There is a picnic area on-site, with nice river views. The fort tour is unguided, and there are no restaurants.
5 based on 13 reviews
We have attended several productions at the playhouse and haven't been disappointed yet. It is an intimate theater so you really are in a very close relationship to the action on stage. The seats are comfortable and the experience of community theater is just great!
4 based on 6 reviews
I played Windriver course yesterday for the first time, so glad I did. The course is very well maintained and the layout is great. The holes are challenging, notably #12. It took us around 4 hours to play. We played at 2:00 and rates were $39, which included round, cart and range balls, great value for this high quality course. I will be back.
5 based on 6 reviews
Three story antique store, a must see in downtown Loudon! Valarie really knows her stuff, and she has the neatest treasures! I can come in here a hundred times and always find something new. I love shopping here, prices are very reasonable!
5 based on 1 reviews
We had a great time! Bo is very knowledgeable and will definitely put you on some big fish. He provides everything- bait, tackle, boat, and takes you where the fish are biting. The lodge is very nice - comfortable, clean, and a very relaxing place to spend your time when you're not out catching monster fish! You won't be near as comfortable in a hotel as you will be in the lodge.. Oh and there's a really handy fish cleaning station where you can clean your catch. To top it all off, Bo is a really nice down to earth kind of guy.
4 based on 5 reviews
Several of holes on the back nine border Tellico Lake which can be distracting during play watching the beautiful boats on the lake. The contour of the golf course is pleasing with wide open fairways and treelined fairways where you’ll occasionally see deer. The course has big elevation shifts from the tee box to the green on some of the holes. If you hit the ball short several times, walking up to the green can wear one out when you're a Florida ‘flatlander’ like me. All in all, Toqua golf course provides interesting play for all skill levels. The hilltop clubhouse is centrally located and adds a relaxing finish.
5 based on 117 reviews
Knox Brew Tours is exactly that, Knoxville, TN's first craft beer brewery tour. Join us for an up-close view and taste of the cities best beer. Our knowledgeable guides will take you from grain to glass as you sample between 4 beers at each stop. From beer snobs to be newbies, Knox Brew Tours truly is the beer-drinkers tour. Cheers!
Whether you live in Knoxville or are just passing through, Knox Brew Tours is a must do!! Not only do you get to taste amazing beers at 4 local breweries, you get to learn about (and even meet) the owners that started these great establishments and the brewers that craft their delicious beverages. The tour bus was a blast with some beer trivia on the way to our first stop and great tunes playing us to each stop after! Overall, a super fun and informational tour with just the right amount of time at each location - ask for Zack and Megan, they are the best!!!
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