As 2017 comes to a close, Andy Fox, AWE Hospitality president, is looking back on the year as a positive one for the Tellico Village Property Owners Association’s four restaurants.

For more than 30 years, Chintana “Gina” Makin has made a living in the restaurant industry.

The Tellico Village Lions Club will use proceeds from its annual chili and soup dinner to help charities in the local community and beyond.

Aldi, a global discount supermarket chain, is set the open its little more than 18,000-square-foot Lenoir City location today.

Loudon County native Chelsea Stovall, 25, is using a mobile restaurant to turn her love of food into a career.

The Tellico Village General Federation of Women’s Club will sponsor a food drive this month for the Good Samaritan Center of Loudon County as one of its annual community projects.


For more than half a century, Carl’s Drive-In has been a place for locals to fill up and not break the bank.

As consumers adopt a habit of supporting local shops, farmer’s markets provide an opportunity for residents to purchase fresh produce at an affordable price, while supporting small businesses.

In the last few months, the Yacht Club has seen a couple changes in leadership, including the addition of a new general manager and executive chef, both of whom say they are working together to create new ideas for patrons of the Blue Heron restaurant and event center.

Since starting in May, the Tellico Village farmer’s market has grown to include 28 vendors, and participating business owners said in recent weeks the market has brought more foot traffic and higher sales.

Tellico Village Lions Club members are selling tickets for the group’s upcoming annual chili-soup dinner, which is scheduled to take place later in February.

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