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VIP Knoxville Magazine
French Market owners Susan and Allen Tate are shown on the cover of the November 2019 issue of VIP Knoxville Magazine, attending the Long Table Dinner.
Eating Out in Knoxville: 10 Best Restaurants & Diners
By Matthew Keyte @ The Culture Trip
You can choose from crêpes filled with delicious cheddar or swiss cheese, imported hams, roast beef or fresh greens…
15 Restaurants In Knoxville That Will Blow The Tastebuds Out Of Your Mouth
By Spencer McKee @ Movoto Blog | February 23, 2015
If you’re wanting to mix it up a little from the typical lunch sandwich, The French Market is the place for you.
French Market Holds Knoxville’s Portal to Paris
By Corinne Smith @ UT Daily Beacon | Posted on 11/22/2013
The restaurant has several selections of both sweet and savory crêpes made from ingredients such as Gruyere cheese, smoked salmon, imported ham, organic baby spinach, Roma tomatoes and marinated artichokes..
Read more at the UT Daily Beacon!
French Market Creperie
By Robert Maddrey @ Downshift Magazine | Posted on 02/29/2012
Quaint, picturesque, unassuming, superbly tasteful and neatly operated …
See what Rob has to say on Down Shift Magazine!
The French Market Creperie
By Delta Sky Picks
The crepes are handmade from traditional buckwheat batter imported from France.
See more on Delta Sky Mag!
The Art of the Crêpe at Knoxville’s French Market
By Dennis Perkins @ Metro Pulse | Posted on 03/6/2013
Once you cut into the egg and it marries with the Hollandaise, well, if you can manage to speak at all, you’ll probably start muttering something French—perhaps, mon dieu!
Read more of this story on Metro Pulse!
Just like Paris: Knoxville, TN’s dog-friendly The French Market
By Tamar Fleishman, Baltimore Restaurant Examiner | Posted on 1/8/2015
Here’s a place to get all kinds of coffee drinks, European beers, ciders. Food-wise, they have light sandwiches and crepes.
Read the full article on Examiner!
Southern Sundays: The French Market, Knoxville, TN
By Jennifer @ Carolina Girl Cooks | Posted on 05/1/2014
Let me tell you, from the moment you walk through the door until you have stuffed your face with French goodies, you are completely transported to Paris.
Read about Jennifer’s experience on her blog Carolina Girl Cooks!
Take Two: The French Market Crêperie, Knoxville TN
By Marie @ Marie, Let’s Eat | Posted on 05/15/2014
My choice was a ham and cheese crêpe, stuffed thick with lots of layers and nicely melty…
Read what she has to say on her blog Marie, Let’s Eat!
Doing Knoxville Like a Local
By Cory Bordonaro @ Southern Living
…Pop into this European “street food” shop for expertly crafted lattes and hot-off-the-stovetop crêpes…
Read about The French Market in Southern Living!
The French Market In The NY Daily News!
By Michael Kaminer @ New York Daily News | Posted on 8/31/2014
…An untraditional turkey, bacon, and avocado buckwheat crepe ($9.50) tastes even better when you’re watching Gay St. visitors saunter by through huge picture windows….
Read about The French Market in the New York Daily News!
Top 21 French Restaurants On The East Coast!
By Maggie Comeau @ Scoutology
The French Market ranks #8 on this list of Top 21 French Restaurants On The East Coast. as mentioned on Scoutology!
The Lu Life
Blogger from Chicago | Posted on 04/14/13
I had the turkey, spinach, artichoke, cheese and fried egg crêpe (Figure 3), which unfortunately did not have a catchier name. In any case, all the ingredients worked in harmony, and the fresh artichokes really made the dish stand out. Plus, they didn’t use deli turkey! What a delightful, filling meal before our flight! Read Full Review
A Simple Home Cook
Blogger from Chattanooga | Posted on 11/15/12
We really did not have to wait long for our freshly made crepes. Unlike other crepes I have had, none of our crepes were rubbery. In fact, they were very tender The crepes were all filled with what tasted like quality ingredients. Read Full Review
Marie, Let’s Eat!
Blogger from Atlanta | Posted on 12/23/10
Served with lemon curd and the most amazingly decadent sweet cream I think I’ve ever had, this was definitely a traffic-stopping breakfast… Read Full Review