Washington County is home to some of the best restaurants in East Tennessee, Southwest Virginia and Western North Carolina. Whether one chooses to dine at a regional or national chain restaurant or a locally owned stand-alone spot, the food is amazing. BBQ, gourmet, fusion, Appalachian traditional, Southern cooking, home-style, international, ethnic and fine dining is the recipe for a healthy serving of dining options.
Washington County is home to many national restaurant chains – BoneFish Grill, Longhorn Steakhouse, Chili’s, McAlister’s, Texas Roadhouse, and many more. Downtown Johnson City offers a variety of locally owned dining options – Label, Downtown Deli, Holy Taco Cantina, Portico, Asheville-based Tupelo Honey Café and Mid City Grill, just to name a few. Down in Historic Jonesborough, enjoy The Dining Room, Main Street Café, or pop in for a piece of chocolate at Earth & Sky Confections. Visit the Chamber’s Convention & Visitors Bureau website, www.visitjohnsoncitytn.com for a listing of dining options.
Washington County is also the craft brewery capital of the area. Johnson City Brewing Company, Yee-Haw Brewing and the Atlantic Ale House call Johnson City home while The Depot Street Brewery welcomes all with the latest craft specialties in Jonesborough. The Brewly Noted Beer Trail provides an opportunity for craft beer lovers to enjoy eight breweries in the Tri-Cities area. www.brewlynotedbeertrail.com
Be Our Guest
Washington County offers a variety of lodging options to fit your needs. From full-service options Carnegie Hotel, Doubletree by Hilton, and Holiday Inn, to numerous others providing a place to lay your head after a busy day and delightful meal. Jonesborough is home to several bed and breakfasts. A full list of accommodations is available at www.visitjohnsoncitytn.com