After a chillly, fall morning football game my daughter, her best friend and I decided to hunt down Cafe Jubliee for a late lunch and to thaw out. We found the funky looking farm
house and decided we were on an adventure. We entered the house and were greeted with a warm hello and seated in a cute dining area. There were lots of unusual (or exotic as my daughter's friend phrased it) gft items to browse as we waited for our meal. The menu consisted of sandwich options, salads, quiche and soups. I had the burger special of provolone and grilled onions (great price) and the girls each ordered a different sandwich from the menu. One had the turkey (not deli sliced but chunks carved from a fresh bird) with cheddar and bacon and the other had the ham with chesse both served on a crossiant. Our meals came with delicious home made kettle chips and a salad with apple and broccli (none of us cared for the salad). I almost never order desert after lunch but their revolving treats were too tempting to resisit. My daughter had the brownie sundae, her friend the chocolate covered cheese cake, and I had the carrot cake (with enought to bring home for later). Everything was delicious and fresh and my fave desert we tried was the choc. cheesecake. Our waitress Amy was awesome and I can't wiat to take my husband on a date night very soon on a Friday. I will go back again and again now that I have discovered the rare gem in East TN. We did indeed have an adventure at
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