Moving to Cookeville, Tennessee, Do not worry about Dining Choices, Take of a Real Estate Agent in Cookeville, TN

Real Estate Agent with First Realty Company

Cookeville, Tennessee maybe a small town, but services that are offered rival many in much larger cities and are definitely unrivaled in the Upper Cumberland area.  

 One of the issues that would be on the mind of someone considering moving to Cookeville, Tennessee is the availability of choices when it comes to dining. Cookeville is a town of 30,000, but when it comes to dining choices in Cookeville Tennessee, they are definitely not limited by the small size of the city.  When I first moved to Putnam county, there was not a lot of chain restaurants available in Cookeville.  This changed within the past few years with  a large number of such restaurants emerging along a strip parallel to the I-40 Interstate.  Driving from Nashville towards the east this strip of restaurants and island of lights is the first that meets you between exits 286 and 287.  In this one mile you find restaurants that offer a variety of cuisines including the traditional American food.  

 Let me start with my favorite Logan's restaurant with its casual dining atmosphere with endless peanuts and hot rolls and a menu that can accommodate a wide range of budgets.  The kids of course enjoy this atmosphere and throwing peanuts' shells on the floor.  If you are hungry and looking for quality food at a great price, you should definitely consider Cheddar's Casual Cafe.  They are always busy and no wonder with great food that satisfies low budget prices.  The Cookeville O'Charlie's offers good steaks at reasonable prices.  They are a good choice especially if hot soft rolls are high on your list of must eat.  Steak and Shake and Chick Fillet offer an experience that is middle the road between a restaurant and a fast food restaurant.  They are not my favorites, but they have their loyal following.  On the weekend, it is worth paying a visit to the local IHOP on interstate drive in Cookeville.  The selection of Omelets from steak, chicken, fajita are hard to resist even in the early morning hours.  
If you are thinking Italian, you still do not have to venture too far away from the strip to get a decent taste of Italy in the local Olive Garden in Cookeville.  The Cookeville Olive Garden is always busy with very friendly staff willing to go the extra mile to make you feel at home.  I love their endless, bottomless, salad and bread steaks.  Salad has the benefit of not making you feel guilty after few servings.  On the other side, you can find a not so Italian, not so American restaurant call Puleos Grille.  It has some Interesting menu choices that range from Italian to seafood to some that qualify as country food.   The best Italian food is, however, off the Interstate Drive in two hidden gems that I will cover in part II of this blog.  



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