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Serving up good food with a side of sarcasm, Dick’s Last Resort is one of the many new nationwide restaurants soon to call The Island in Pigeon Forge home.
The new Pigeon Forge location will be the second for this unique-style restaurant. Dick’s Last Resort opened a Gatlinburg location a few years ago on the Parkway across from Bubba Gump’s. A fast favorite among locals and visitors to the area, we at Visit My Smokies are sure that the Pigeon Forge restaurant will do just as well as it’s sister Gatlinburg site.
About Dick’s Last Resort
Dick’s Last Resort is a nationwide restaurant chain that is infamously known for their server’s blunt and slightly crude attitude. All in jest, guests to these restaurants are always promised a delicious meal with tons of laughs and long-lasting memories.
Menu items at Dick’s Last Resort’s Gatlinburg restaurant include 12 oz. ribeye steak, fried catfish, barbecue chicken, crab legs, shrimp, and more. Open for lunch, dinner and late night, this fun-filled restaurant offers visitors an exciting dining experience with every visit.
The Island in Pigeon Forge
Located in the heart of Pigeon Forge, The Island in Pigeon Forge is one of the newest, and most exciting, attractions in the Smoky Mountains. Offering guests tons of great restaurants, shops, and things to do, there is no better place for your family to spend some time together on your next vacation to the Smokies than at The Island in Pigeon Forge. If you are planning on traveling during the warmer months, be sure to check out The Island’s nightly musical entertainment line up on their website! Other restaurants being added to The Island in Pigeon Forge’s roster include Jimmy Buffett’s Margaritaville and Ole Smoky Moonshine.
Want to learn more about other exciting restaurants opening up in the Smoky Mountains? Visit My Smokies invites families to checkout our Smoky Mountain Restaurants page on our website. There guests will find tons of up to date information on all the delicious places to eat in the Smoky Mountains.