Aubrey’s specializes in comfort food with a Southern twist. Featuring fresh fried chicken tenders, steaks, burgers, seafood and other American specialties.
Hours vary by location.

As seen in The Metro Pulse Restaurant Guide

Randy Burleson’s original 1992 flagship Aubrey’s has gradually expanded to six area locations, from Powell to Maryville and Lenoir City, each with a dedication to bountiful comfort food and super-attentive service. The menu delivers home-cooked classics from steaks, fillets, and sirloins that are hand-cut daily to spinach con queso to chicken fingers. Some of the traditions have an extra helping of personality, like the restaurant’s popular Citrus Grilled Salmon, over-sized grilled Cranberry Chicken salad with candied pecans and feta cheese, or Granny Smith Steak Salad accented with roasted walnuts.

The service staff is knowledgeable, attentive but with a light touch, and other amiable amenities include 11-7 Happy Hour, call-ahead seating (but no reservations), and an extensive beer and wine list.

There are Southern overtones among the all-American menu, including baby back ribs, Peanut Crusted Catfish Fingers, and cheddar cheese grits. Specialty flavors of the house—or should we say houses?—include a Southwestern “Rattlesnake” seasoning that spices up an alfredo sauce ladled over linguine and grilled chicken, and house dressings made fresh every day (except the fat-free version) like blue cheese and house buttermilk garlic ranch. The signature dessert is Chocolate Turtle Cake, boasting Hershey’s chocolate and Breyer’s ice cream—real food to the finish.

Restaurant Details

Locally Owned Wifi Patio Live Music Accepts Reservations Party Room (20+)
Kids Menu Delivers Buffet Waterfront Vegetarian Dishes Vegan Dishes

Upcoming Events for Aubrey's (Papermill)

Comments » 1

Dazey77 writes:

This restaurant has a great location in the middle of a business park, but it seems like it is always understaffed during the weekday lunch hours. It within walking distance to my office, but almost impossible to fit a visit within a one-hour lunchbreak. Food is really good, but Macaroni & Cheese has it's good days and not-so-good days. Tuna sandwich is amazing!

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