Marcy Jo's Mealhouse
In an abandoned general store built in 1891, Rory Feek’s wife Joey, and his sister Marcy opened the original Marcy Jo’s Mealhouse in 2007, to serve the unincorporated farming community of Pottsville, Tennessee. After only offering breakfast and desserts to a few local customers in the early days, the Mealhouse is now a destination that travelers from all over the world have come to to experience the full menu and be part of the incredible story that has unfolded in the past years. As famous for their cinnamon rolls as they are for being part of Joey and Rory’s tv shows, videos and community, their recipes have been featured on countless cooking shows and sampled by celebrities such as Randy Travis, George Jones, Heidi Klum, and countless others. Although Joey passed away in 2016, Marcy still manages and runs the original restaurant.
Come Visit Us
Tues - Fri: 8am - 2pm
Sat: 7am - 2pm
Sun: 8am - 2pm
Address: 4205 Hwy 431
Columbia, Tn. 38401
Phone: (931) 380-0968
Unfortunately, In October of 2022 Marcy Jo's Muletown was closed.
Rory and his youngest sister Candy opened Marcy Jo’s Muletown in the fall of 2019. The eatery was just off the beautiful town square in Columbia, Tennessee, it could seat nearly a hundred guests, and it added some new healthy options to the menu while continuing some of the customer favorites.
Marcy Jo’s Muletown featured an intimate stage for showcasing the area’s greatest songwriters and storytellers as seen on RFD-TV’s Muletown In The Round.
Although we are saddened by the closing of the restaurant, we are thankful for the beautiful memories and the great friendships that were made and we plan to continue making memories and meeting new friends at the Original Marcy Jo's along with the bakery.
There are also plans to bring the Muletown In The Round stage back home to the farm and set it up in the Homestead Hall.
Marcy Jo's Restaurants
Marcy Jo's Bakery is just a few miles from the Original Mealhouse. It's where Marcy and her team make all of her and Joey's homemade cinnamon rolls, made from scratch breads and biscuits, and all the cakes and pies that are served at the Mealhouse. She has also brought her love for buying and selling antiques to the bakery.
(Check out Marcy Jo's Bakery page for more info!)