Manchester, TN

Restaurants to have your meal around Manchester, TN

Kelleigh Michanichou

MANCHESTER, TN — If you happen to be in Manchester, you might want to check these recommended restaurants in the area.

Bites of Europe

Established in 2017, the restaurant offers authentic European food like Reuben eggrolls, Bavarian pretzel, British fish and chips, schnitzel, cannoli, apfelstrudel, and others. Bites of Europe also has a bakery that offers guests house-made cookies, french lemon art, and creme brulee. The restaurant also has a wide selection of draft beer to choose from.

Coffee Cafe

Coffee Cafe in Manchester was established in 2008 by Geoff and Lisa Moreland and opens every Tuesday to Friday during lunch hour from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. The restaurant specializes in fresh food, with a menu of homemade chips, salad, Bonnaroo wraps, Reuben sandwiches, various burgers, and others.

Coffee Cafe also has some house-made cakes, pies, pastries, and cookies available.

Mayan House

Mayan House has been serving its customers authentic Mexican food with fresh hand-made tortillas every day. The lunch menu includes fajita, quesadilla, burrito mayan, nachos, street tacos, tortas, and other Mexican food. If customers are looking for some authentic Mexican food in Manchester, this is the place to visit.

Freddie’s Restaurant

The restaurant has been serving customers since 1960 and has gone through several changes of names and owners. This family-friendly restaurant serves fresh oysters, great wings, hand-patted burgers, steak sandwiches, shrimp cocktails and ice-cold beer. Po Boy shrimp sandwich, buffalo chicken wrap, and smokey Texan burger are among the most recommended menu from Freddie’s.

These restaurants are among the best places to have lunch or dinner in Manchester. If you are in the area, pay these restaurants some visit to enjoy some delicious meals.

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