From wine-tasting tours and breweries to music events and trivia, Maury County brims with entertainment experiences.
One of the popular events is Trivia Night at Tuck’s Place Sports Grille in Columbia. Join the challenge. Gather your friends and form a team to answer questions about history, music, science, and sports, while you’re enjoying delicious food and a friendly atmosphere.
Since we mentioned trivia, let's introduce other exciting places in Maury County via trivia. Answering the following questions will lead you to fun destinations in the area.
And the answer is: winery. Vintage Winery aims to bring the community together. Vintage Winery invites you to enjoy award-winning Tennessee wines. Vintage Winery serves as a tasting room for Pullen Mill Farm & Vineyard and Crown Winery. Vintage Winery features a wide selection of wines, live music and special events.
This restaurant in Mt. Pleasant boasts a soda fountain and makes its own ice cream on site.
And the answer is: Mt. Pleasant Grille. Mt. Pleasant Grille started serving delicious Southern food in 2007, but its story goes back more than a century. From 1911 to 1962, the property was home to many businesses. Barnes Drugs, which later became Wright’s Pharmacy, had a popular soda fountain. The stage, still upstairs, hosted shows by Grand Ole Opry up-and-coming musicians, some of them becoming famous country stars. Mt. Pleasant Grille serves homemade ice cream, made under the name of Main Street Creamery.
Where can you order World Famous MuleBalls?
And the answer is: Rebel Bar. Rebel Bar and Grill, in Columbia, serves great food, and features a beautiful outdoor area, karaoke and live music. The MuleBalls are homemade meatballs made with Italian spices, sausage and ground beef, with a cream-cheese-stuffed Jalapeño in the center, baked to perfection, and served with Jalapeño ranch dressing.
The roots of this restaurant reach back to the 1950s and a little grocery store in the village of Leiper’s Fork, Tennessee.
And the answer is: Puckett’s. Puckett’s has focused on providing guests with great food and Southern hospitality. Decades after its launch, that still remains the eatery’s main goal. Puckett’s hosts live musical acts and offers Southern staples. Comfort food classics, including meat-and-three specials and slow-smoked BBQ, in a relaxing atmosphere is what Puckett’s aims to offer.
The name of this brewery comes from a conversation between friends when the idea of opening a brewery was brought up and one of the people said, “This is a bad idea.”
And the answer is: Bad Idea Brewing. Bad Idea Brewing began in 2015 as a conversation between friends about opening a brewery. They knew they had a name when one of the people said, “This is a bad idea.” Since then, Bad Idea Brewing has aimed to deliver unique, high-quality craft beer to guests. Bad Idea Brewing officially opened its doors in 2019, in Columbia’s Arts District, as the first on-site brewery in Maury County.
King Crab Legs, Grilled Mahi-Mahi, the Embers Club, and Fish Tacos can be found on the menu of which restaurant?
And the answer is: Embers Tavern and Grille.Embers Tavern and Grille is all about good food, drinks, entertainment and great company. Embers Tavern and Grille promises “the best flame-grilled steaks, chicken, and seafood over our very own hickory wood.” With multiple flat-screen TVs, pool tables and dartboards, and live music on the weekends, Embers Taverns and Grille provides fun times for everyone.
This winery is known for hosting Cajunfest.
And the answer is: Amber Falls Winery and Cellars. Amber Falls Winery and Cellars invites you to visit the winery, vineyard, and cellar in Hampshire, Tennessee, for a fun and memorable experience. Enjoy wine tastings, chatting with friendly hosts and browsing the gift shop. Cajunfest is held in May and rivals any Louisiana food establishment, offering authentic Cajun food, such as boiled crawfish, fried alligator, and jambalaya.
The menu of this restaurant includes “Boondox Burger” and “Badass Burger.”
The philosophy of this place is that winemaking is “a passion and expression of the "Bud to Bottle" cycle of life.”
Are these the only places where you can have a blast with family and friends?
And the answer is: absolutely not.