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Tennessee Latest Stop on Office Tavern Grill Road Trip USA Menu; Outdoor Seating Area Opens for the Season

Goo Goo Cluster Pie, from the Tennessee Road Trip USA menu.
Hilltop City residents are sure to be volunteering to head down to The Office Tavern Grill for a taste of Tennessee, the latest destination on our Road Trip USA menu. The home of Graceland, the Grand Ole Opry and Country Music has inspired us to serve up some stick-to-your-ribs, homestyle cooking offerings that include traditional Tennessee favorites such as Hot Chicken, Biscuits, and the famed Tennessee original, Goo Goo Cluster Pie dessert!
Additionally, The Office Tavern Grill in Summit has officially opened its outdoor seating area just in time for the warm weather season.
The Office Tavern Grill is the reinvented relaunch of the iconic New Jersey restaurant brand known for serving modern twists on traditional American comfort classics, and its vibrant bar with 40 rotating beer taps and an extensive craft beer and specialty cocktail selection.

The Office Tavern Grill’s Tennessee Road Trip USA menu includes food and drinks, such as:

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- Sweet Corn and Bacon Chowder – Yukon Gold Potatoes, Corn Broth
- Bacon and Biscuit Fritters – Country Gravy, Chives
- Tomato and Corn Salad – Baby Kale, Feta Cheese, Sherry Vinaigrette
- Country Ham and Swiss Sliders – Served with Coleslaw and Fries
- Nashville Hot Chicken – Breaded Boneless Chicken, Paprika, Onions, Pickles; Biscuit, Coleslaw and Fries
- Goo Goo Cluster Pie – Marshmallows, Chocolate, Peanuts and Caramel
- Spicy Julep – Jack Daniels, Mint, Lemon Juice, Jalapeno Syrup
- Jack Tea Palmer – Jack Daniels Honey, Lemonade, Fresh Brewed Iced Tea and Muddled Blackberries

The Office Tavern Grill serves the best gastropub-style food this side of the Hudson. Using locally sourced, seasonal ingredients whenever possible, The Office Tavern Grill provides guests with a variety of selections from its chef-driven menu in addition to traditional Office favorites like burgers, wings, flatbreads and more, paired with the best micro brews, regional favorites and international staples hand-selected by its own Cicerone.

Owned and operated by 40NORTH Restaurants, The Office Tavern Grill encourages its guests to join its loyalty program, which includes other great local restaurants including The OFFICE Beer Bar & Grill, Piattino: A Neighborhood Bistro, George + Martha’s American Grille, The Black Horse Tavern & Pub and Steelworks Buffet & Grill.
Guests earn points for each dollar spent, redeemable at any of 40NORTH Restaurants’ locations towards the purchase of food and non-alcoholic beverages. To earn points, or redeem rewards, simply present the 40NORTH Restaurants loyalty card or phone number to your server at the time of purchase. For more information on the 40NORTH Restaurants rewards program, or to sign up for a rewards card, visit

Open for lunch and dinner seven days a week, and serving brunch on the weekends, The Office Tavern Grill also hosts Happy Hour every Monday – Friday from 3 - 6 p.m., featuring a variety of drink specials in addition to its Signature Office Flights with four 4-ounce drafts for only $9.
The Office Tavern Grill’s hours of operation are Sunday: 10 a.m. - 10 p.m., Monday – Thursday: 11:30 a.m. – 12 a.m., Friday: 11 a.m. – 1 a.m. and Saturday: 10 a.m. - 1 a.m.
The Office Tavern Grill in Summit is located at 61 Union Place, and can be reached by calling 908-522-0550.

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