Miss Annie's Rustic Park Restaurant & Beer Garden - EST 1933
Miss Annie's was built in 1928 by Annie Evers who was of German descent. She had retired from the Noel Hotel in Nashville, TN, on the corner of Church and Fourth Street. A Pavilion was built here for a dance hall that had hardwood floors and beadboard ceilings, which are still in existence today. Bud Morrow closed the dance hall in 1931 while he was the sheriff of Lawrence County, TN. Miss Annie added on, framed it in, and made her home. In 1933, after prohibition was lifted, it was made into a Beer Garden. At the time, it was the only licensed Beer Garden in the state of Tennessee and, as far as we know, to this day is still the oldest continually licensed beer garden in the State of Tennessee. After many years and several tenants later, Michael Roberson bought it in 1991. Michael leased it out until 1995 and then started operating it as a Beer Garden and serving sandwiches. In 1997, he started running it as a full service restaurant and the business has grown steadily ever since. In 2004, Miss Annie's was closed for the expansion of Highway 43. The restaurant was relocated a few hundred feet back, expanded, and proudly reopened in 2008. 

Thank you for your patronage and welcome to Miss Annie's!   

3926 HW 43 South
St. Joseph, TN 38481
(931) 845-4949
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Tuesday & Thursday 3pm - 8pm
Wednesday 3pm - 10pm
Friday & Saturday 11am - 10pm
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