New Pigeon Forge Restaurant To Bring Christmas Joy All Year Long

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It’s a well known fact that The Incredible Christmas Place is the perfect place to find Christmas all year long in the Smokies, but soon the popular shop will expand their holiday magic to 24/7 with a new Pigeon Forge restaurant. Continue reading

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Dinner is Served at Timberwood Grill in Pigeon Forge

Timberwood Grill Pigeon Forge restaurant

Looking for a unique dining experience in the Smokies? Look no further than Pigeon Forge’s own Timberwood Grill. Located in the heart of the area’s newest attraction, The Island in Pigeon Forge, this delicious mountain-themed restaurant is the perfect place for guests to cure their appetite. Continue reading

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Ultimate Convenience at The Island’s Mellow Mushroom Select

Pizza on a wooden tableIf you’re looking for a delicious and speedy meal in Pigeon Forge, Mellow Mushroom Select is the place to be. Located at The Island, the newest retail and entertainment center in the Smokies, Mellow Mushroom Select is a fresh take on one of the area’s most popular franchises. Continue reading

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Visitors are Hooked on Huck Finn’s

Fried catfish fillet with salad and orange slices on the sideSince 1995, Huck Finn’s Catfish has been serving up the best catch of pond-raised catfish. For a delicious seafood experience with a relaxing atmosphere and budget friendly prices, Huck Finn’s Catfish is the place for your family! Continue reading

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Visit the Cheesiest Restaurant in Pigeon Forge

Various types of cheese on wooden backgroundWhen you are spending time in the Smoky Mountains, you won’t want to miss your visit to the cheesiest restaurant in Pigeon Forge. Although they do offer a variety of cheesy foods, like Homemade Chips and Queso, Texas Cheese Fries and their Three Cheese Hickory Burger, Cheddar’s restaurant wasn’t created as a cheese-lovers destination. Continue reading

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Best Pigeon Forge Buffet Breakfasts

Scrambled eggs, bacon, and biscuits for breakfastThere’s no better way for a family to start a fun-filled day in the Great Smoky Mountains than with a filling breakfast. Depending on what you and your family are craving, it may be hard to decide which restaurant in Pigeon Forge is best to start your day off right. That is why Visit My Smokies has created a list of the best Pigeon Forge buffet breakfasts. With unlimited options and friendly staff members, theses restaurants are sure to leave your family happy and satisfied, ready for an exciting day. Continue reading

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Visit My Smokies Announces Jimmy Buffett’s Margaritaville to Join Restaurant Roster at Popular Pigeon Forge Attraction

UPDATE: The opening of Jimmy Buffett’s Margaritaville restaurant in Pigeon Forge has been rescheduled for early summer 2014.  Continue reading

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Restaurants of The Island In Pigeon Forge New Attraction Opening 2013

Vintage style photo of ferris wheel in blue skyThe Island in Pigeon Forge TN opening June 2013 offering entertainment, shopping, and dinning options for the entire family to enjoy.   The restaurants of The Island in Pigeon Forge have something for everyone; take your pick from the deliciousness listed below. Whether you are just looking for a snack or want a full meal, there is something for everyone in this eclectic collection of eateries. Continue reading

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Southern Cooking At It’s Best In The Great Smoky Mountains

Black eyed peas and turnip greens with deep fried chicken legs and potatoes and spicy vinegar sauce on blue gingham place matThere are so many excellent choices to dine at when visiting the Great Smoky Mountains, it’s hard to narrow it down to just a handful. Here are a few to get your taste buds watering for the taste of Tennessee.

Calhoun’s will give you an authentic Tennessee barbecue pork experience, served with traditional Southern sides, like “Smoky Mountain Baked Beans” and “Tennessee Corn Puddin’.” Freshly baked soft pretzels, with a side of signature beer cheese dip, make the perfect snack. It is even better washed down with a pint of “Appalachian Pale Ale,” or one of Calhoun’s many other all-natural beers made in their microbrewery. They also offer a fantastic family barbecue picnic to go, complete with the napkins and plates. Their salad dressing are homemade, as are the desserts, like “Banana Pudding.” They also have a substantial gluten-free menu.

The Applewood Farmhouse Restaurant and Grill serves excellent food, farm style. Every meal starts with a serving of apple fritters, homemade apple butter, and an apple julep, a beverage made from a mixture of apple, orange, pineapple, and lemon juice. Grilled or fried, “Smoky Mountain Trout,” with house made tartar sauce is a must-have. Choose from several traditional side dishes, like macaroni and cheese, fried okra, or turnip greens to complete your meal.  A traditional favorite restaurant choice in the Great Smoky Mountains

The Old Mill Restaurant is located in a 200 year-old working mill and granary. The Old Mill stone grinds all of the whole grains used in making their fresh bread, grits, hush puppies, muffins, and pancakes. Start your day off right with a perfect breakfast. Begin with a glass of complimentary orange juice and Old Mill banana nut muffins. Their country breakfast includes two farm-fresh eggs; stone-ground grits; homemade biscuits with made-from-scratch jellies and jams; sausage, bacon, and ham; and fried potatoes, all smothered in country gravy.

The Bullfish Grill has an upscale atmosphere but isn’t pretentious. They serve aged, hand-cut Angus Beef steaks, and fresh seafood that is delivered daily. They also have a nice wine list. For a nice lunch, at a nice price, the “Wild Turkey Pork Chop,” a juicy, grilled, boneless center-cut pork chop is infused with a bourbon marinade and served with pecan brittle sweet potatoes. Or try their Chesapeake Bay Crab Cakes Benedict at brunch on Sundays.

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Brunch with the Easter Bunny – Old Mill Square

The Old Mill in Pigeon ForgeA true fantasy for children, parents, grandparents and many others is to enjoy brunch with the Easter Bunny! This dream is possible on March 30, 2013, and the place for this adventure to happen is at The Old Mill Square in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee, located in the mysterious and wondrous Smokey Mountains.

It is interesting to note that this location has tremendous historical cognizance. At the beginning of the 19th Century, a water-powered grain-mill, which was operating on the banks of the Little Pigeon River, was the center of all activities for the pioneers of Pigeon Forge. This mill not only produced power for the region, but it also provided grains for all of the local residents.

Even today, the town is known for its huge water wheel. This is the engine that propels the mighty and flowing waters of little Pigeon River. Interestingly, the workings that are inside the structure of the water wheel work, diligently, to turn the grain elevators and to move massive stones. These stones convert grains into delectable and delicious products such as corn breads, biscuits, muffins and pancakes. Grits and hushpuppies are also produced as well as many other food products.

This historical background is just part of the magic of Old Mill Square in Tennessee. It is the spirit of this same kind of Smokey Mountain joy that invites visitors to have brunch with the Easter Bunny! This location, Old Mill Square, is on the National Register of Historic places. It is a perfect place to photograph the beauty of the Smokey Mountains, and it is also a wonderful place to visit, especially when the Easter Bunny is in Pigeon Forge.

After dining with the Easter Bunny at Old Mill Square, it might be fun to explore the area’s heritage. Pottery-making is one of the main crafts, but it is also possible to find home-made candies and other wonderful treats, which are always good in the Easter season.

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