Awesome chef creations for a gastropub with a fantastic bar, music etc. Good service, variety of craft beers. Perfect for couples, friends and groups to dine. Not for children.
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Went to the Crown & Goose for lunch yesterday. We had dined there several times in the past, but this was our first time eating in the biergarden. It was nice and peaceful with a great English pub feel. We noticed the portions seemed more...More
Several months ago my wife and I visited this restaurant. One guy at bar was drunk and fell off stool and EMTs were called in to work with him right behind our table. We had to ask our server to move as it was very...More
We always visit the Crown and Goose when in Knoxville. Great beers, wide selection, and they have a solid menu. The wings are a family favorite. Fish and chips are tasty! Service is always attentive.
This was a very good brunch with great drink specials. The menu was great, many things to choose from. There was 9 of us in my family so I was able to taste many different items. My favorite was the fried green tomato with crab...More
The Crown and Goose can't help it if the construction project across the street has been going on for two years. It does distract from the area and the view, of course. The food is good, but the service won't blow your hair back. It...More
I was disappointed. It starts with the interior. They haven't made an effort to make it look like a British pub. The seats are uncomfortable. The food is just OK. We had blue cheese filled dates wrapped in bacon, which was very good. The deviled...More
We've gone here several times, and always like their fish and chips although it is not English fish & chips. It's a great take on it but American! Panko breaking, but always hot and nice portions for dinner. They have Boddingtons which my husband likes....More
I visited this restaurant for the first time with friends. It is located in the Old City area of downtown Knoxville. Parking is scarce on the street, but a parking lot is available across the street for $10, which is steep. (If I were in...More