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Return to the Days of the True General Store! Just a stone's throw from the banks of the Cumberland River (now Cordell Hull Lake) stands the T. B. Sutton General Store in Granville, Tennessee. Built in 1800's, this country store has continuously...more
All reviews bluegrass music day trip brings back memories wonderful town two story cornbread original building old fashion scarecrow festival for sale volunteers tn milkshakes ole merchandise history museum
We visited the general store and surrounding area at the Cornbread and Moonshine Festival and had a great time. I didn’t get the chicken salad sandwich at the store which I regret. Oh well, it gives me an excuse to go back. The town looks...More
The whole family enjoyed this grand old general store.the food at the lunch counter is simple but really good.try a handmade milkshake-yummmmn.the building alone would be worth the stop,and the tiny town has a museum and a couple other shops.at the end of the street...More
Visited Granville, TN and had lunch at and toured T.B. Sutton General Store. They serve sandwiches which were excellent. The old general store is a step back into time. This is a great place to visit. Hope to go again.
Ran by mostly volunteers from the community, Has an evening bluegrass music venue, with a family atmosphere. You can get a meal if wished which is catered in by Timberlake local eatery wonderful food. .
My sister and I visited this place a couple of weeks ago after a friend of my hubby's told us about it. We loved it! There was an older gentleman standing at the door when we walked in to welcome us and he was very...More
My teens and I visited for the scarecrow festival during our fall break. We ate lunch at the general store and strolled around the very small town. Everyone was kind and ready to share the history of their buildings and the town. The antique cars...More
Went today because of the great reviews and was a great choice for a family day trip.the ride out was so pretty,along a creek and lake.the town is tiny but so quaint with antique stores and the general store for lunch.try the chicken salad-YUMMMM!Great to...More
The menu is catered from a woman and usually is huge bowls of like fried chicken, green beans, mashed potatoes etc., (example only we had prime rib at one Valentine show) with a dessert. drink is sweet tea unsweet or water... More
The menu is catered from a woman and usually is huge bowls of like fried chicken, green beans, mashed potatoes etc., (example only we had prime rib at one Valentine show) with a dessert. drink is sweet tea unsweet or water. They normally seat all together at tables with approximately 8 around it.