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Obviously the tea is on point here but I go for the freshly crisp sandwiches. I don’t ever feel too full or sluggish after I eat here. My mother loves this location and we popped in for her birthday lunch. My parents are simple eaters...More
We had just gotten to town and we decided to stop in here for a quick lunch. Lots of choices in sandwiches, soups and spuds. Quite busy but line went quick and got our food quick enough. Shared a club sandwich with husband and we...More
Stopped by for a quick lunch and although there was a line, our food came out quickly and correctly. I had the Savannah chopped salad, which was made with fresh green and plenty of yummy toppings like Gorgonzola, cucumbers, craisins, toasted almonds, and chicken (wanted...More
We like McAlisters and have been to many in several states. This one is different and I don't know if it is just TN or not. It doesn't measure up to others. Things are different.
The location is good and the facility is designed nicely....More
Went here for lunch and not only did I get a wonderful half black cherry spinach salad and a half sandwich for a great price but it was very quick and very fresh! Best tea with a huge variety of flavors. Easy access off the...More
Got a 4cheese griller after getting off work. I hadnt had something from Mc Alisters since being in Oklahoma in April of this year. So I was in the mood to get some in Tenn. They honored most of the simple exclustions I asked for...More
Great Spud Max half and chicken salad half. Except today they were leaving off the black olives and green onions for some reason. Love the choices of salads, sandwiches or soup. Good selection of sides. Top your meal off with oatmeal rasin cookie and a...More
I speak out against chain restaurants all the time. The conformity of food is that of blandness and mediocrity. If you spice too much or take the quality road, you lose all the low to medium range customer. Some chains don't care and won't compromise....More