While house hunting I had an occasion to eat at this restaurant more than half a dozen times, sampling a lot of things from the menu over two seasons. After the second visit I was treated like family. The restaurant, itself is in the General Morgan Hotel in downtown Greeneville, which has been lovingly restored. They take advantage of the fact that they are in an area that is largely agricultural and many local farms are transitioning to organic practices. The salad combinations were delightful and surprising and the size was far larger than you would expect for a "side" salad. The menu changes to take advantage of seasonally available products twice a year. If you have a special request, they are more than happy to try to oblige you. The wine list, while a little thin, does offer a "tasting" option so that you get smaller pours of three different wines, which I really liked as it allowed me to have a different wine with my salad and to try new selections with my entree. You won't be disappointed.
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