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Dover Area Restaurants

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Restaurants in the Dover Area

Including Fort Donelson, Bumpus Mills, Cumberland City

Here you can find that perfect Dover Area restaurant to meet your dining needs.

Bronze Level Restaurants in the Dover Area

Fat Daddy's Resort & Marina

119 Driftwood Shores Ln Dover, TN  37058

(931) 232-2243

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"A little of the Keys in Tennessee." Fat Daddy's is the ultimate hot spot right on the water of Kentucky Lake in Dover Tennessee. Enjoy cold beverages, delicious food, and live entertainment every weekend. Campsites, cabin rentals and marina.

  • Restaurant
  • Bar
  • Cabin Rentals
  • Marina
  • Slip Rentals
  • RV Sites
  • Camping Sites
  • Live Entertainment
  • Store


Other Restaurants in the Dover Area

Mama Mea's Pizza & More
1314 Donelson Pkwy
Dover, TN 37058
931-232-6500
Subway
107 Joiner Hollow Road
Big Rock, TN 37023
(931) 232-8500
Log Cabin Cafe
1394 Highway 79
Dover, TN 37058
(931) 232-0096
Subway
1528 Donelson Pkwy
Dover, TN 37058
931-241-5890
Shea's Barbeque
110 Keel Hollow Road
Dover, TN 37058
(931) 232-4635
B&M Dairy Freeze
610 Donelson Parkway
Dover, TN 37058
(931) 232-5927
Iris Grille
2355 Highway 79
Dover, TN 37058
(931) 232-5536
McDonald's
1505 Donelson Parkway
Dover, TN 37058
Lance's Pizza & Subs
861 Highway 79
Dover, TN 37058
(931) 232-2353
Guadalajar Mexican Grill
110 Keel Hollow Rd
Dover, TN 37058
931-232-1272
The Dover Grille
310 Donelson Parkway
Dover, TN 37058
(931) 232-7919
PJ Restaurant & Resort
960 Brownfield Rd
Dover, TN 37058
931-232-8954
Hudson's Grille
338 Highway 434
Cumberland City, TN 37050
(931) 827-3374
Bauer Family Restaurant
2148 Donelson Pkwy
Dover, TN 37058
931-232-4817
Sonic
1311 Donelson Pkwy
Dover, TN 37058
931-232-4903

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