German Restaurants in Tennessee

The culinary reputation of Tennessee is usually based on barbecue and ribs; however, the state's history has led to diversity in its food culture. German immigrants first settled in Tennessee in the 1830s. A number of German people continue to move to the area because of Fort Campbell, a large military base on the border between Kentucky and Tennessee. This influence has led to a number of German restaurants throughout the state.

Freiberg’s German Restaurant

Freiberg’s celebrates everything German in its decor and its menu. You will find only German specialties on the menu. The menu is not extensive; however, there is enough variety offered. Appetizers and salads are available as starters. Meal choices include sandwiches, bratwurst platters and traditional entrees. The Boulette Andreas is a house specialty, and named for the owner. Save room for dessert to try the frittierter eiscreme (fried ice cream). The restaurant serves bottled and draft beer as well as soft drinks. The restaurant serves Mondays through Saturdays.

Freiberg’s German Restaurant

203 E. Main St.

Johnson City, TN 37604

423-928-4106

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