Savor gourmet cuisine with a casually upscale charm at the White Wolf Steakhouse, named after Nancy Nanyehi Ward. This new restaurant unites bold flavors and true hospitality in one undeniably satisfying experience. Reservations are recommended at least 24 hours in advance.
Hours: Monday & Tuesday | Closed Lunch: Wed-Sun | 11:00 AM-2:00 PM Dinner: Wed & Thurs | 4:00 PM-9:00 PM Fri-Sat | 4:00 PM-10:00 PM Sun | 4:00 PM - 9:00 PM
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Nancy Ward was born in Chota, then capital of Cherokee Nation, now Monroe County, TN, around 1738. Born into the Wolf Clan, the legends tell of a white wolf howling in the distance the day Ward was welcomed into this world. She was known throughout her life to possess an innate ability to strike peace between her people and outsiders. In Cherokee tradition, the color white symbolizes peace and red symbolizes war - Ward led her life under the white symbol of peace. Ward's Cherokee name, Nanyehi, means "she who walks among the spirit people". She later earned the titles War Woman and Beloved Woman after picking up her slain husband's rifle to lead the Cherokee in victory against a nearby enemy. The White Wolf Steakhouse is honored to share the legacy of Nancy Nanyehi Ward, Cherokee Beloved Woman.
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