Succotash At Guild, Tn., Was A Wonderful Surprise

Sunday, September 12, 2021

We stopped by Succotash yesterday for lunch. A wonderful surprise, food was outstanding flavor. Prices are very reasonable, service was excellent.

I personally recommend the scallops appetizer, and the poor boy sandwich special.

It is located off Interstate 24 at the Guild/Hales Bar exit on Highway 41 easy to drive to.

It is closed on Mondays.

If you like authentic Cajun food give this place a try. Phone 423-206-2875.

Address is 098 Highway 41 Guild, Tn.   

Buster Raymer


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