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The Farmer’s Market at Poe's Tavern


Poes Tavern

9817 Dayton Pike, Soddy-Daisy, Tennessee 37379

Every Saturday from 8am-noon!

Stop by and meet Scott!


Article below found here.

Poe’s Tavern by Soddy-Daisy | Oct 5, 2012

A Replica of the original Poe’s Tavern constructed in 1817 by Hasten Poe has been built adjacent to the Soddy-Daisy Municipal Building. Poe’s Tavern was Hamilton County’s First Courthouse and County Seat and was used as a hospital during the Civil War.

The original Poe’s Tavern was torn down in 1911. A residential house constructed on the original foundation still stands today. The original site is located approximately two blocks south of the Municipal Building with a state historical marker located across the street.

Member’s of the Poe Family still reside in Soddy-Daisy. The City hosts Pioneer Days on the first Saturday of November each year. During Pioneer Days children play games, visitors sample cornbread and cobbler cooked over an open flame, observe farm animals, quilting and wood carving with hot dogs, chips and drink provided by the Soddy-Daisy Fire Department.

The Farmer’s Market is held on Saturdays from 8:00 am – 12:00 pm, May through October. Local citizens bring homemade items, i.e. honey, quilts, candles, soaps, etc. and/or locally grown fruits and vegetables to sell.

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