Cumberland Mountain General Store is a unique spot to shop for Tennessee made and vintage items. The welcoming sign outside promises a “step back in time”, and that is truly what it delivers. Young or old would enjoy meandering through the store aisles and examining the fun finds and antique items. But the real gem is found center in the back wall. There you will discover the entrance to the Rockabilly Diner. As you pass through the door a scene unfolds that resembles a film clip sliced from Grease. A life size picture of The King, a Jerry Lee Lewis album cover along with several others from the period hang on walls, and 50’s era music plays continuously on the old-style americana jukebox. The grill menu is limited, but perfectly suited to the surroundings. The authentic Soda Fountain bar offers the best malt I’ve tasted in a long time, a banana split to die for that serves plenty for two, lots of flavored milk shakes, and hand dipped ice cream. Be sure and scan the menus; pricing is very reasonable
The Cumberland Mountain General Store and Rockabilly Diner is located near Clarkrange, TN, fifteen miles north of the I-40 interstate on Tennessee Highway 27. It is a fun place to experience, the pricing is reasonable, and you will truly feel that you have stepped back in time.
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