The Mitchell's are successful in both their lives, the one at work and the one at home.

"We opened a market that sells sandwiches, after we opened the community said, we want sandwiches and a market is nice too."

The bacon and pastrami has been a big hit here ever since.

Husband Dave keeps the customers happy. Wife Wendy does the same for the bill collectors.

"She's good at the stuff, I'm not good at, and I feel like it's worked out well."

Together 13 years, working together for 10, would be easy to lose that sizzle that keeps an all-day and night relationship alive.

"We've done a good job of separating our duties, when we first started realized we were together at work all day, then when we went home realized I love you, but don't want to see you 24-7.”

But they will see each other Thursday on Valentine's Day.

“Yah we'll be working, if you work in the restaurant industry, you don't get out on Valentine's Day.”

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Terry Bulger has been bringing you stories of the people and places that make Tennessee unique and interesting on News4 since 1990.

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