When the Marquis de Lafayette withdrew from the French Military service in 1771 to help the american patriots, there followed a great surge of ... More
Amis Mill Eatery
When the Marquis de Lafayette withdrew from the French Military service in 1771 to help the american patriots, there followed a great surge of interest in the american cause. The French, who had bitterly fought against the English in america, now espoused the principles of the revolution and joined with them. Thomas amis (pronounced amy) was one of these. according to the writings of Dr. George E. Mellon of the University of Tennessee,
Wonderful place to be! Jake and Wendy have made sure this place has awesome food, a very attentive wait staff, and let you know that you are part of the family! You will never find a more personable, comfortable, enjoyable place to visit! You can eat outdoors overlooking the dam or inside by the fire. You will expect to go for lunch or dinner and end up staying or coming back time and time again due to the fact that it is that laidback place that invites you to take a break and sit on the front porch for a while with a glass of tea or a stroll around the grounds which is encouraged. Never rushed. Always welcoming and worth the trip, no matter where you are coming from. The price is very good and the quantity and quality of food is superb. The steaks are so juicy. They have daily specials and if you are lucky, you will hit it on the prime rib night and truly enjoy a feast set before your eyes! What every you order, you will enjoy!