Cabry Design & Cabinetry

Making Knoxville More Beautiful, One Kitchen at a Time

Cabry Design & Cabinetry has been designing and remodeling kitchens in the Knoxville area for more than 15 years. They are excited to showcase their expanded design center and announce new cabinetry partnerships – all to better serve their clients!

We spoke with founder Todd Thomas recently to learn about their trusted approach in helping clients realize their dream kitchens.

EK: You didn’t start out in the remodeling business. How did that change come about?

Todd: I have a sales and marketing background but have always loved being creative. Many years ago, our church purchased a building that needed to be totally remodeled. I volunteered to help and found that I had both the passion for the transformation and the attention to detail required for that process. That project led me to cabinetry, so I combined those passions to form a Design-Build firm here in Knoxville. At Cabry Design, we are passionate about what we do. I love the endless possibilities and that with every new project comes new ideas. There is a lot of satisfaction seeing the clients’ reactions as we transform their space.

EK: Explain how your Design-Build process works.

Todd: Design-Build is a method of project delivery in which one entity – the Cabry team – works with the homeowner to provide complete design and construction services. This allows us to be by our clients’ side from start to finish of the entire remodel. We provide comprehensive plans that act as a “roadmap” for our construction and install teams to ensure that your dream kitchen becomes a reality. By offering all of these services in one place, it takes the stress off of the homeowner from having to find their own capable designer, source cabinetry, employ a contractor, and making the (literally) hundreds of selections and decisions that are involved in a kitchen renovation. Furthermore, it minimizes the surprises and miscommunication throughout the course of the project because we, as a team, are solely focused on that one client and that one project as a whole.

EK: Will you describe your unique approach your projects?

Todd: First and foremost, we listen. Although it sounds simple, we want to truly redefine your space to be visually stunning, as well as functional and organized to enhance your everyday life. We do this by listening to your wants, needs, favorite appliances, storage preferences, and so on. After that we are able to create a design concept followed with 3D design options. These will help you to envision and choose the best option with which to transform your home. With each project, we bring our design perspective, experience, ideas, and knowledge, but we are careful not impose a “style.” We create individual answers every time that are custom tailored to each client while respecting the budget and personal preferences. Our Design Team will then work closely with our Construction Team to evaluate construction costs and coordinate everything from tile and lighting to install and hardware.

EK: There are so many options when planning a kitchen remodel. How is Cabry Design & Cabinetry able to best help clients make the right choices?

Todd: Shopping for beautiful materials, products, and colors for your remodel or new build can be both exciting and overwhelming. At Cabry Design & Cabinetry, we make it a priority to stay up to date with design trends, appliances, and organizational hacks. We’ll recommend quality materials that best fit your space, style, and budget, always keeping in mind that your new space should complement the architectural style of your home. Our Design Team will assist you with your material, product, and color choices to ensure a cohesive, finished look. This phase can be overwhelming with all of the decisions involved, but our Design Team strives to make it enjoyable, organized, and stress-free. Depending on your availability and location, we’ll shop with you in-person or virtually. We also gladly work with local designers to collaborate on your project.

EK: What about design trends and new cabinetry options?

Todd: As I stated, our purpose is not to impose our “style” but to bring out yours. Our designers are always aware – and excited – about new color trends and available materials that make every kitchen unique and functional while being the room you love to come into!

In addition to our tried-and-true, beautiful Amish cabinetry, we are excited to introduce a new partnership with Plato Woodwork, Inc. They are the second oldest cabinet maker in the world, proudly made here in the USA. We are also proud to partner with Signature, Kith, Europa, and many more. As you can see from our photos, we are not “cookie cutter.” We offer distinctive designer level cabinetry at an excellent value. We have made sure to carry lines that will work with anyone’s budget. Our designs are what make the difference to create a show-stopping space that you will want to share with all of your friends and family.

EK: Anything else you would like our readers to know about Cabry Design & Cabinetry?

Todd: We feel that what sets Cabry Design apart is not only the level of design, but the attention to ALL of the details necessary to ensure your dream kitchen comes true. Closely behind the designers is a dedicated, well-honed team who is personally involved in the management and execution of each project. Each member of the Cabry Design team – from the designers to the installers – knows that their role is essential, and they take that responsibility seriously for each and every client. We strive to be the best at what we do and are here to make your dream kitchen a reality.

Cabry Design & Cabinetry
8705 Unicorn Drive, Suite 114
Knoxville, TN 37923

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Knox Heritage

Island Home: A Neighborhood Rich in Knoxville History

The iconic South Knoxville neighborhood of Island Home is named after the model farm and the country home of prominent Knoxville resident Perez Dickinson (1813-1901). Dickinson was a Massachusetts-born merchant, banker, farmer, educator, and cousin of poet Emily Dickinson. Perez Dickinson had moved to Knoxville in 1829, where his brother-in-law, Joseph Estabrook, was serving as the principal of the Knoxville Female Academy and later as the president of East Tennessee College (today, the University of Tennessee). After a brief stint as an educator, Dickinson cofounded the mercantile wholesale firm, Cowan and Dickinson, in 1831 and helped established another wholesale firm, Cowan, McClung and Company, in 1858.

In 1869, he purchased more than 600 acres on the south side of the Tennessee River and an island of about 200 acres. He then established a model stock farm (primarily used for research) and agricultural experimental station and called it “Island Home.” A grand Italianate home was built in the early 1870s for his wife, who died before the home was completed. Dickinson was reported to have spent just one night at the house, preferring to sleep at his primary home on Main Street in downtown Knoxville. The Island Home house featured a long, sweeping drive and was surrounded by formal gardens. Dickinson is said to have been gracious in sharing this home with the community. He entertained locals and visiting dignitaries and encouraged various civic groups, organizations, and churches to hold meetings and events at Island Home.

The citizens of Knoxville became even more interested in Island Home after the Gay Street Bridge was constructed in 1898. Before the bridge was completed, a streetcar company was granted an easement to install tracks across the bridge. Prior to streetcar access, South Knoxville had always been fairly isolated from the developing city on the north side of the river.

After Perez Dickinson’s death in 1901, property ownership passed to his family members. In 1905, real estate developer Harry H. Galbraith purchased 300 acres of the farm for $40,000. In April 1911, Island Home Park Company purchased 120 acres from Galbraith, directly west of the original farm gates, for a new residential subdivision. The subdivision featured a convenient streetcar line running down the median of Island Home Boulevard. Large stone entry gateposts, city water, paved streets, concrete sidewalks, electric streetlights, and a public park along the river were other popular selling points. Existing trees were preserved, and additional trees were planted along the boulevard. The neighborhood lies on land that formed the front approach to the Dickinson farm, and Island Home Boulevard follows the path established by the original drive to the home. Initial development growth was concentrated on Island Home Boulevard and Spence Place. The neighborhood residents were middle and upper class business, medical, real estate, and political professionals. Residents included a former Mayor of Knoxville and actor/comedian Archie Campbell.

The craftsman style is the most popular house design represented in the Island Home neighborhood. Typical architectural details include large porches, casement windows, low-pitch gable roofs, tapered columns, dormers, and decorative elements like brackets, lintels, and exposed rafters. The neighborhood also has lovely examples of Colonial Revival, Tudor Revival, and American Foursquare architectural styles.

In 1924, the Tennessee School for the Deaf moved to its present campus located at the eastern boundary of the neighborhood after selling their original 1848 downtown Knoxville building to the City of Knoxville for a new City Hall. Perez Dickinson’s Island Home house, although extensively modified from its original design, still exists and serves as the school superintendent’s residence.

Island Home is rich in Knoxville history and was placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1994. The historic district consists of 91 contributing houses along Island Home Boulevard, Spence Place, Fisher Place, and Maplewood Drive. Homes have been well-maintained and continue to represent the pride of ownership that was part of Perez Dickinson’s original vision for his “Island Home.”

Knox Heritage preserves structures and places of historic or cultural significance for our community. Established in 1974 as a non-profit educational corporation, our organization works to protect and raise awareness of what is beautiful and irreplaceable in East Tennessee.

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Fleenor Security

The Fleenor Security Difference

Fleenor Security Systems is proud to serve the Knoxville area as your local and trusted source for complete home security and automation. We have become one of the largest family-owned security companies in Tennessee, with offices in Johnson City and Knoxville.
What makes us different?
Many of our customers choose us after experiencing the frustration of having to call a 1-800 number out of state to request a service call, resolve billing, or find an answer to a simple question.

Since re-establishing our Knoxville office, hundreds of residential and business customers have again become part of the Fleenor family, and we value and appreciate your entrusting us to protect your family and property.

The 24/7 Fleenor central monitoring station is always on duty, and our Knoxville office is staffed with professionals who are familiar with your system, the neighborhoods where your home or business is located, and ready to help you.
Utilizing your own smartphone as your “command center,” our industry-leading smart technology enables you to control the lights, lock the doors, lower the thermostat when away from home, open and close the garage door, and even check in on cameras at your home to see if a package has arrived!
For added peace of mind, our business customers also have the same smartphone convenience with security system control, remote viewing of cameras, and the availability to be notified of any unusual activity.
Our local specialists are well-trained, experienced industry professionals who can evaluate, design, and install the right solution to meet your family’s needs.
Fleenor Security Systems provides residential and business security systems, fire system monitoring, cameras, monitoring, and home automation systems supported by our prompt, local service.
We invite you to experience the Fleenor family difference!
Fleenor Security
6700 Baum Drive, Ste. 22
Knoxville, TN 37919
TN C-0239 VA 11-1901 NC 1721-CSA

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The Lily Pad Boutique

Summer Sale-A-Bration

25% Off Now in Progress… 50% Off Begins July 31st

As the temperature goes up, The Lily Pad prices go down! All summer merchandise is now 25% off, leading up to our HUGE semi-annual 50% off sale beginning Saturday, July 31, at 10 am.

As most of you know, this day has become quite a great social event! You’ll see lots of your friends and neighbors, all having fun and assisting each other in finding bargains galore!

To prepare for this major event, beginning July 1st the entire “LaSale Boutique” (the large room in the rear of the store) goes to 70% off, clearing the way for the next season!

For our semi-annual sale, we will be also be open on Sunday, August 1, from 12 to 6 pm to accommodate the number of people coming for this great event! We will be sanitizing the fitting rooms as well as the clothing. We are so incredibly thankful to all of you who have supported small businesses during the past year… you are amazing!

Remember to mark July 31st on your calendar… it’s a day we look forward to… seeing so many of our Lily Pad friends on one day, enjoying yourselves and looking for your Lily Pad finds! You may want to come in ahead of time, try on items and make your list so you’ll know what to hurry in for on the morning of the sale! We look forward, as you do, to this fabulous event!

There’s no way to clear the store’s summer stock in one day, so if you prefer to shop when it isn’t as crowded, come to Sweetwater in the following days and make it a leisurely day to shop and dine. The merchandise remains at half price until it’s gone! We’ll look forward to seeing you when we open the doors promptly at 10 am on Saturday, July 31st!

The Lily Pad Boutique
209 N. Main Street
Sweetwater, TN 37874

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Closets by McKenry

Notes from the Closets Conference & Expo

By Carrie McConkey,

Virtual conferences were a great way to keep industry professionals connected during the pandemic, but there’s nothing like the networking, education, and fresh ideas that spark from an in-person gathering. The 2021 Closets Conference & Expo, a national event for closet, garage, and organized storage professionals, gave hundreds of attendees from across the country the chance to meet face-to-face for three days in West Palm Beach, Florida.

Knoxville’s own Chris McKenry, President and Storage Design Specialist at Closets by McKenry and Designer Garages, was there.

“While we are a locally owned independent closet business, that doesn’t mean we’re isolated,” said McKenry. “These conferences bring us to a national level through networking with colleagues and exchanging ideas with some of the most successful leaders in the closet industry.”

McKenry established new relationships with major manufacturers in the closet and storage business and caught up with representatives from many of the current manufacturers of doors, garage cabinets, designer hardware, and accessories for Closets by McKenry and Designer Garages.

Along with keynote speeches, panels, and workshops discussing storage design trends and best business practices, three plant tours of locally based manufacturers gave conference attendees an inside look at the products they bring to their clients every day. “The tours were the highlight of the first day,” said McKenry. “The Closets Company gave showroom tours, Ultrapan Modern Finishes showed their process for manufacturing high gloss panels for closets and cabinets, and Doormark shared their production of what goes into making door and drawer fronts.”

Fresh Ideas
Full-size displays of modern home offices, practical mudrooms, and LED-lit dream closets provided creative inspiration as the design professionals wandered through the exhibit hall of the conference. More than 80 companies were in attendance, showcasing hundreds of products and accessories that attendees could see, touch, and watch being demonstrated.

McKenry will be bringing many of these new innovations to Knoxville, such as pull-out wire pantry baskets for storing wine, spices, and dry goods; “smart” safes for your valuables that secure through your thumb print or cell phone; and a customizable carousel that quadruples your storage in a small footprint of space.

“We’ll also be offering the winner of ‘Most Innovative Product’: An angled shelf bracket that allows rods and shelving to be installed on sloped ceilings or slanted walls,” said McKenry, “as well as expanding our wine cellar options with an award-winning line from the show.”

Backstage tours, new and familiar faces, and innovative products all point toward a bright future in the world of storage and closet design.

“It has been a challenging year, and we are not back to ‘normal,’ but the mood is very positive in our industry,” reported McKenry. “I’m pleased to bring connections, knowledge, and products back to Knoxville, and I welcome folks to visit the Closets by McKenry and Designer Garages showrooms to see how they can bring these exciting new national closet and storage trends into their own homes.”

Closets by McKenry
201 Center Park Drive, #1070
Knoxville, TN 37922

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We’ve Crossed the River!

By Brett Cafferty

We are excited that this edition of Everything Knoxville is reaching new readers in portions of Oak Ridge and additional neighborhoods in the quickly growing Hardin Valley area.

For those who are receiving Everything Knoxville for the first time – we are celebrating our 15th year of promoting and sharing the services and expertise of area professionals and entrepreneurs, publicizing cultural events, local interest, history, what to do around town, and the good and giving work of non-profit and community organizations.

The idea to expand our readership was proposed by John at Surface Doc, a long-time advertiser who plans to establish a greater presence in the Oak Ridge area and suggested we consider widening our distribution. We thought it was worth exploring, and an inquiry among our advertisers to reach new readers and potential customers came back with an enthusiastic yes!

We appreciate the cooperative spirit among our advertiser/business partners and their support of this expansion. For our new readers, we trust that the resources and information available through Everything Knoxville will be well received, and we encourage you to support the small businesses in our communities.

As we continue to share the small business stories of Knoxville and beyond, we invite your feedback and comments as we seek to do the best job possible for our clients and readers.

Have a Happy 4th of July!

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Shelf Help

Celebrating 5 Years Serving Knoxville

Shelf Help would like to thank all our wonderful customers for allowing our business to grow! We continue to add new products and ideas to enhance function and convenience for every kitchen, pantry, and bathroom. Whether you’ve wished your home’s existing kitchen and bath storage were more efficient, or if you’ve experienced difficulty in reaching items due to a health or mobility issue, Shelf Help offers the perfect solution for your home.

At Shelf Help, we work with homeowners to evaluate, design, and install custom rollout shelving and organizers that fit right into your home’s existing kitchen and bath cabinets or pantries, providing you with easier access, better organization, and maximum use of your available storage space.

And for those who may experience challenges reaching cabinets that are too low, too high, or too deep, Shelf Help allows you to make full and far more efficient use of your storage space.

With our built to order roll-out shelving, cabinet organizers, and pantry storage systems, tasks are made simpler with easier access to kitchen and bath items and with the added advantage of optimal usage of your
existing storage space – at last, creating a place for everything and everything in its place!

Homeowners also appreciate how affordable Shelf Help is, saving 50% or more when compared to national brands.

Our clients are so pleased with the results, they say “We should have done this years ago!”

As experienced Knoxville-area kitchen and bath design consultants and a locally owned business, Shelf Help has the understanding and know-how to evaluate, design, measure, and professionally install solutions tailored to your needs and budget.

To learn how you can better organize your kitchen, bath, or pantry, call today to request your free, no-obligation, in-home consultation. Mention this article and receive up to $250 off with a minimum purchase.

Locally owned and operated, let Shelf Help make the most of your home’s kitchen, bath, or pantry storage space.

Shelf Help

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West Knox Acupuncture

You Deserve Relief!

By Dr. Allan J. Sarrat, Co-owner of West Knox Acupuncture

Are you or a loved one suffering unnecessarily from pain or a chronic health condition? Have you been told that there are no other options or that there is no hope? We would like to introduce you to a possible solution. Now there is a clinic in West Knoxville that specializes in treating difficult cases like these. Our doctors have more than 20 years experience treating conditions like peripheral neuropathy, fibromyalgia, chronic fatigue syndrome, complex regional pain syndrome / RSD, infertility, macular degeneration, and just about any pain condition you can imagine. They have worked in hospitals, pain clinics, and integrative medicine centers diagnosing and treating patients who thought there was nothing left to try. When medications, surgeries, and injections haven’t helped, don’t give up hope.

Call the professionals at West Knox Acupuncture and Integrative Medicine to schedule a consultation today. We are often the last resort with the best results.

Just see what some of our patients have said:

“Highly recommended! I have been receiving acupuncture for neck pain caused by bulging discs.” ~ Jenny B.

“My pain is minimal now, my strength is returning, and the neuropathy is virtually non-existent.” ~ Carolyn T.

“I had little to no feeling in my leg due to my MS. I have more feeling in that leg!” ~ Vanessa G.

“I have tried physical therapy and all the pills in the world, but this place makes my back feel so much better.” ~ Ari W.

Call today to schedule your consultation with our highly qualified doctors of acupuncture. Don’t live another day with unnecessary pain.

West Knox Acupuncture & Integrative Medicine
9125 Cross Park Drive
Suite 150
Knoxville, TN 37923

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Undercover Systems

A Summertime of Family Fun Out-of-Doors

While many family events move outside for the summer, the professionals at Undercover Systems can actually offer you unlimited out-of-door events, free from rain and the searing summertime sun, that your entire family can enjoy all year-round.

Now is the perfect time to install the totally unique underdeck ceiling system from Undercover Systems under your home’s existing raised decks. This underdeck system will ensure that this year’s events will be protected from unexpected and unwanted rain and the sizzling summertime sun.

“This is a great time to weatherproof all of your out-of-door family events,” said Jim Conn, owner of Undercover Systems. “Throughout the entire process, our skilled craftsmen work with you, each step of the way, until your project is completed to your satisfaction. And because your project will be completed this summer, your family can begin enjoying your new outdoor living spaces while this year’s barbeque season is in full swing.”

Undercover’s patented underdecking system helps extend your outdoor season of enjoyment by protecting your family from August’s relentless sun, autumn rains, winter snow and ice, and next year’s springtime showers. You’ll also appreciate Undercover Systems’ attention to detail, which comes from years of experience, as they help you craft a seamless transition from your home’s interior to your new out-of-door living spaces. They use their own patented, fully customizable underdecking system designed specifically for your home and not the one-size-fits-all, big box store components used by the competition.

A complaint-free member of the Better Business Bureau, Undercover Systems offers homeowners the peace of mind that they deserve in a building contractor.

Why not surprise your family with a special out-of-doors gift they can enjoy all year long and rediscover a fun summertime with family and friends at home? Call Jim Conn at 423-267-0091, and start celebrating your home’s great out-of-doors.

Undercover Systems

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The Lunchbox

Creating and Continuing the Legacy of Knoxville’s Favorite Lunch Spot

Everyone loves The Lunchbox! Everything Knoxville is honored to share the history, guiding principles, and the exciting future of this beloved lunch spot that celebrates its 40th Anniversary in 2021. We were delighted to meet founder Karen Sproles recently and asked her to tell us how it all began.

Here is Karen’s story:

In 1979, I found myself a single mom with two young daughters and had to come to grips with how I was going to support us. I have a degree in math education, but after a year of teaching, realized that it was not my joy or calling. Growing up in Wisconsin, surrounded by the influence of my grandmother and mother – the best natural cooks ever – caring for people with food had become a part of me. Foodservice was a natural – but how? I had no formal training, just instincts.

There were very few restaurants in downtown Knoxville in 1980 and a large workforce of daytime-only professionals and office staff. Committed to being available for my children, I thought if I opened a small, lunch-only restaurant, I could be home on weekends and when they got home from school.

I stumbled across a little building (across from the City County building) where the owners were very receptive to the idea of a restaurant. After readying the space, we printed 1,000 flyers to announce our concept and opening date and then delivered them to the offices within walking distance. Bringing pots and pans from home, having seating for only 24, no dishwasher or prep space, and three employees, we launched on June 7, 1981. We set a goal for sales on day one and exceeded it – running out of everything!

Two weeks after opening, I met my future husband, Don Sproles. He endeared himself to my daughters and often showed up at The Lunchbox on Sunday afternoons when we were trying to get a jump on food for the week. Before long he was rolling up his sleeves and taking over at the cash register. We were married July 3, 1982, choosing that day so we’d have a three-day weekend for a “honeymoon.”

In 1985, we expanded the building to 45 seats and later moved to our dream space (in one weekend and didn’t miss a day!) in the First Tennessee Plaza.

With more than half of our business as take-out, we then established a central kitchen and Market/Café on Center Park Drive in the mid-1990s. This allowed us to prepare and deliver fresh food every day to our locations around town while enabling our customers to serve themselves – to eat in, to take back to their offices, to take home, or all three in one efficient stop!

My business philosophy is summed up in four words: Honesty, Service, Respect, and Accountability. We aimed to be much more than a sandwich; the goal was feel good food. My mantra to my new employees was always “Our customers have probably had a stressful morning. It’s our job to send them back to work feeling better than when they came in!”

The Lunchbox is why I encourage others to “listen to your heart!” I was tracked to be a teacher – who knew cooking for people you care about could be a career?

Everything Knoxville then had the opportunity to talk to current owners, Randy and Trish Holmes, who are committed to maintaining Karen’s business philosophy. The staff at all three locations sung their praises for continuing the tradition of The Lunchbox. The entire Holmes family have been long-time “regulars” – both as customers and employees – and were eager to keep the restaurant going. 

EK: Why did you decide to invest in The Lunchbox? 

Randy: The Atrium location of The Lunchbox on Weisgarber was our go-to lunch spot almost daily when we had our medical device business. I was (and still am!) a huge fan of the chicken salad and chili! When we were approached about buying the business in 2018, it was a no-brainer. The Lunchbox has been a Knoxville icon since the ’80s. It began as a “family business,” and we wanted to keep it that way. 

Trish: Our oldest daughter, Hollie, and son-in-law, Ean Hurst (General Manager), along with my brother, Matthew Wise (Operations Manager), were employees of The Lunchbox, so we knew it was already managed very well. Today, our youngest daughter, Allie, handles the social media/marketing, our middle daughter, Lacie, occasionally helps with baking, while her husband, Eric Childers (son-in-law #2), helps me with the accounting side of the business. It can truly still be labeled a “family business.” 

EK: There are many options for food in Knoxville. Why do you think The Lunchbox has such staying power?

Randy: The difference is “the formula hasn’t changed.” We have made sure to stay as true to Karen’s recipes as we can, which continue to be the heartbeat and foundation of The Lunchbox. The signature chicken salad, soups, fresh sandwiches, and ready-to-go desserts have always been a major draw.

Trish: Our downtown Market Manager, Josephine, has been with The Lunchbox for too many years to count! She has been making these “tried and true” recipes from scratch for more than 20 years. With her customer service and know-how, we knew to stick with what worked. Rhonda, our Market Manager at The Atrium, has taken customer service to the next level, greeting customers daily with smiles and gratitude.

EK: The Lunchbox definitely falls in to the “beloved Knoxville institution” category. What are your business goals as The Lunchbox moves forward?

Randy: We continue to offer homestyle, quality foods that people keep coming back to, and our mission is to stay consistent in honoring The Lunchbox legacy. We would love to reach more of Knoxville so everyone can enjoy the same sandwiches and soups that we have always loved! Dine-in or carry-out for lunch and beyond. Convenience is the name of the game!

Trish: We also have boxed lunches for delivery. It is nice for everyone to have their own portion without needing to share off a common tray. The majority of our deliveries are to businesses, but we cater to any size group. Order from The Lunchbox to be the lunchtime hero!  

EK: What are your plans for The Lunchbox in the future?

Trish: New menu items are being tested monthly. Our Kitchen Manager, Rebecca Combs, has been very creative in adding more items to our Take and Bake and catering menus. Our catering options are perfect for lunch meetings and large or small groups. The boxed lunches continue to be a big hit! We have several concepts and ideas that we plan to launch soon, as we anticipate the economy opening back up in the coming months.

Randy: As Knoxville continues to open up, all three locations – downtown near Krutch Park at The US Bank building, Bearden near Homberg, and The Atrium on Weisgarber – are excited to welcome regulars and “newbies” again!

We look forward to continuing the great tradition of The Lunchbox and serving the Knoxville community for years to come. Come see us!

The Lunchbox

5005 Kingston Pike

The Atrium
1225 E Weisgarber Road

Downtown at The US Bank Building
607 Market Street

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