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Chattanooga and west via US-64

MarieLetsEat | Jun 29, 201312:23 PM    

Earlier this month, I took a two-day "circumnavigation" of the Tennessee River Valley, looking for some good local eats and some barbecue that has not really been documented very much. I had some pretty good meals and one that was disappointing, before popping south down to Corinth. I regret not trying Honey's in Fayetteville for a slawburger, but enjoyed Chuck Wagon in that town, and Big John's in Lawrenceburg.

If you'd like to follow my trail and get some ideas for any road trips in that area, stop by my blog, Marie, Let's Eat!, and read along:

http://marieletseat.com/2013/06/26/ci...

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