When you come to The Orangery, you leave with a memory. With a new menu drawing from classic French intertwined with a Southern regional flair and fusion cuisine, The Orangery's rich and colorful history is breathing anew. Named after Marie Antoinette’s greenhouse at Versailles, The Orangery is the ultimate in Knoxville's fine dining market. Guests will be awed by menu items such as lobster and mushroom crepes, slow-braised lamb shank, double cut kurabota pork chop with gouda cheese stuffing, several fish and beef entrees and the daily specials created in The Orangery kitchen. Old favorites remain on the menu, simply given a new finesse. And, dessert & wine menus are definitely something to figure in the dining experience. A history lesson in every room, The Orangery in Knoxville flaunts a Steinway piano in the lobby, a massive spiral staircase rescued from a pre-Civil war mansion, marble from Park Junior High School, paneling from the boardroom of United American Bank, courtyard bricks from a building on Broadway once used for horse auctions and gates from the old Fulton Mansion that once stood where Westcliff Condominiums on Lyons View Pike are now located. Be inspired by an occasion to cherish at The Orangery!
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