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Cumberland Gap, TN


Webb's Country Kitchen (center) as seen from the Cumberland Gap Pinnacle Overlook in pre-dawn light - photo taken by Harold Jerrell.

 

 Webb's Country Kitchen is a memorable country restaurant nestled at the foothills of Cumberland Gap, TN. This historic Tennessee outpost is home to excellent family style dinign and has plenty of stories to tell.

As you look out on to the streets of this downtown country diner, it's easy to imagine this location has been the site of many great memories. Next door is the Cumberland Gap Post Office and you can enjoy terrific meals right on the corner near the town's only traffic light. There's a bench along the street for customers to relax and watch the day by too, but the real pleasure is inside the doors and on your plate.

When you walk into Webb's the hardwood floors and tables and chairs have plenty of room for most any day. There's a full length diner bar in the back, but you can seat yourself. The service is family and it shows. All along the walls you'll see plenty of photos, some yellowed by the years and several new ones of the Webb Family, gospel groups, various Cumberland Gap memories and plenty of things to keep your attention.

The menu includes everything you might imagine from a country restaurant - burgers and sandwiches, fried fish, chicken and dumplins' and several specials offered through the week. You can choose your favorite vegetables and top it all off with a creamy sundae or soft-serve and you'll find plenty of homemade pies.

You may call the restaurant for more information at 276-386-6481. Proprietor(s): Sue Webb

For more information, please visit http://www.cumberlandgap.net/Webbs/index.htm



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