Dickson is a city in Dickson County, Tennessee, United States. It is part of the Nashville Metropolitan Statistical Area. The population at the 2010 census was 14,538, with an estimate of 14,993 in 2014.
Things to do in Dickson
4.5 based on 58 reviews
This is the best place to get doughnuts, the donut holes will melt in your mouth!!!! Be sure to get there early, once they run out they don't make more, they simply close:(
4.5 based on 51 reviews
Along with being a full-service coffeehouse we also opened our store as a cafe and retail store. We offer a wide variety of unique taste in the form of sandwiches, salads, and soups. We also have an ever-changing eclectic mix of gifts. In addition to our cafe fare, we offer an extensive catering menu for a variety of events and gatherings.
Friendly staff and wonderful coffee flavors. Good sizes and prices. Haven't had the food but hear it's great too.
4.5 based on 113 reviews
Fresh from scratch, Contemporary American Cuisine. Great for business lunches and special occasion dinners. Fresh seafood specials daily. Full bar and over 30 bottles of wine under $30.
We love visiting this locally owned restaurant & it is one of our favorites. The service is wonderful & the food is amazing! It has a quaint & charming atmosphere. The kitchen is open with the bar surrounding it. We enjoy watching the cooks work...MoreWe are happy to make your favorites list :) ! We appreciate your kind review and look forward to serving you again soon!
4.5 based on 72 reviews
This is an amazing little Dickson treasure. Everyday is wonderful with their BBQ and veggies - Cornbread is super yummy and crisp on the outside (like my mother's). - but the Nacho Thursday is well worth the wait. Get there before the noon rush or linger on main until after the rush - Southern cooking and hospitality at its best. They also do an amazing catering job - will not disappoint.
4.5 based on 47 reviews
If you are looking for great country cooking, Cindy's is the place. They have the best breakfast and lunch around. If you are in the area, maybe you can find a seat.
4 based on 132 reviews
Wow!!! I was totally surprised by this place. I was staying at Holiday Inn and they recommended this place. It's within walking distance, so I was hesitant since they had a business relationship..show
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I started with the devilled eggs. Very good. They're not your Grandma's devilled eggs, they had a kick. I had the prime rib as an entre and had a salad with blue cheese dressing. Very good dressing and flavorful. The prime rib was seasoned very well, and honestly better then any I've had in Vegas. I go to Las Vegas 3-4 times a year, and prime rib is my fav. The prime rib here is better then most in Vegas, except for Lawry's. I also had the Mac n Cheese. Delish Mac n Cheese. Also very good hot rolls.
I strongly suggest that you sit at the bar and ask for Hannah. She is top notch and the consummate professional. Very friendly, personable and attentive, she is a stand out. I will be back.
4.5 based on 69 reviews
My wife and three teenage kids just finished eating here. We have never had such attentive service. Super friendly. Food was fresh and arrived fast. The soups were very flavorful, especially the hot and sour. Our glasses were topped up several times. You will easily find plenty on the menu you will like. Good value for the money. I will definitely go back. Very convenient for I-40 travelers.
4.5 based on 59 reviews
Traveling through Dickson and needed a place to stop for lunch. Tony B's got high marks on TA and the pics looked really good. Glad I stopped as the food was fantastic. Big juicy hand made hamburger and hand cut fries. Plenty of food and it was delicious. Now the place was nothing to write home about as far as appearance and it some of the seats (most) were in pretty bad shape but I'd definitely eat here again if in Dickson.
4 based on 151 reviews
One of our standby dining places. Was happy to find this on our drive from Memphis to Nashville. The menu varies slightly from ours in Massachusetts but all our favorites were there. Staff was friendly and food was tasty and good portions as well.
4.5 based on 38 reviews
Stopped in on long road trip for some sushi. We do this a lot in some very out of the way places. The owner is also the sushi chef who said he was from China and learned his sushi skills in Atlanta. He prepared an excellent...really excellent sushi dinner for us. He said he sells more teppanyaki grill meals and was pleased to have the chance to prepare a genuine sushi dinner for us. We sat at their tiny sushi bar and his staff watched as he prepared our meal. He even had sweet shrimp he served us and deep fried their heads for us. A very skilled chef with lots of pride in his small but very nice establishment. Would recommend it to anyone.
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