April 23, 2013

If you are deciding where to eat in Pigeon Forge we have highlighted some of the popular options for you. They have several restaurants in a variety of styles, everything from country dinner shows to fine dining. Whether it is just you and your spouse or the whole family, you will easily be able to find a place to eat that will make everyone happy. The majority of these are located on or just off of the Parkway, the main street through town.

The Hatfield and McCoy Dinner Feud

This dinner show lets the audience join in the fun when both the Hatfield and McCoy families are invited to eat with you. Guests get to enjoy pork barbecue and fried chicken while watching the entertainment. This dinner show can be found off of US-441 N/Parkway on Music Road.

The Old Mill Restaurant

This family restaurant is actually inside of a historic gristmill from the 1800’s. Ham, salmon, chicken, and steak are just a sample of the dishes found on their menu. When heading south on the parkway, turn left at traffic light number seven.

Dolly Parton Stampede

Dolly Parton Stampede is the best of the best when it comes to dinner shows. With horse stunts, special effects, and plenty of music, guests feast on rotisserie chicken or smoked barbecue pork along with many more down home country favorites. The theater is located at 3849 Parkway.

Smoky Mountain Brewery

This is the ideal spot for sports fans. Twenty TV’s highlight the games, and the burgers and wings can’t be beat. Another added perk is the wide range of home brewed beers to choose from. The Smoky Mountain Brewery is located in Walden’s Landing shopping center on the Parkway in northern Pigeon Forge.

Huck Finn’s Catfish and Steaks

This restaurant is a nice change of pace from the average southern dishes found in the area. All you can eat catfish and chicken dinners are served with hush puppies, mashed potatoes or fries, and coleslaw. They can be found between traffic lights six and seven.

Mama’s Farmhouse

This is where to go for that true Smoky Mountain atmosphere that so many come to Pigeon Forge for. Enjoy the excellent scenery while dining on three meats, five vegetables, soup, bread, and dessert served family style. This great spot is on Pickel Street between traffic lights four and five.

Happy Days Diner

Step back into the fifties at 2785 Parkway. You can’t miss the pastel and neon restaurant themed after that wonderful decade. Choose from Sandra Dee salads, Patty Duke Patty Melts, or Dagwood’s BLT. What would Happy Day’s be without Mrs. C’s recipes? Try her fried chicken salad for a real treat.

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