11 Best Places to Eat in Gatlinburg
11. Little House of Pancakes
Little House of Pancakes offers you delicious food options at an affordable price. If you are someone that does not like pancakes do not worry if your family wants to go here as they offer several good alternatives. Just to name a few they also have waffles, omelets, french toast, Biscuits & Gravy and much more. Not only do they have good breakfast but the lunch menu is delightful as well.
10. Bubba Gump Shrimp Co.
Bubba Gump Shrimp is perfect for the family because of how kid friendly they are known to be. Located on the parkway, you have easy access to enjoy shrimp, fresh fish, crab, or just about any other sea food option you would like.
9. Bennett’s Pit Bar-B-Que
Offering truly great food if you are looking for barbecue ribs, chicken, port or beef is Bennett’s Pit Bar-B-Que. The food her is tender and jam packed full of flavor. They even offer a breakfast menu that is wonderful. This place has very reasonable prices for both adults and kids and also offers All you can eat options. Side note: There is a location in both Gatlinburg as well as Pigeon Forge.
8. The Peddler Steakhouse
The Peddler Steakhouse knows exactly how to cook your steaks to your liking. If you like the steakhouse atmosphere but are not in the mood for a deliciously juicy plate of beef, try out their chicken, trout and or salad bar. While dining you can gaze out over the shimmering river, which they are located right next to off of River Road.
Calhoun’s in Gatlinburg tends to be a little bit more well liked than its counterpart in Pigeon Forge for their barbecue, but both locations are exceptional. Offering you some of the best barbecue ribs, steak, chicken, and pulled pork you can find, you will not be disappointed.
6. Wild Plum Tea Room
To amplify your Gatlinburg dining experience, head to Wild Plum Tea Room’s beautiful log cabin. They offer dining on a porch as well where you do not need to worry about being bothered by bugs as it is screened in. A few of their most favored dishes include a Salmon Burger, Smoked Ham Sandwich, and Lobster Pie.
5. Cherokee Grill and Steakhouse
Looking for an upscale restaurant to take that special someone to while on vacation? Then get on over to Cherokee Grill and Steakhouse, located directly on the Parkway. You can enjoy starting off your dining experienct with Seared Ahi Tuna, Mushrooms Stuffed wit Crab, or a Shrimp Cocktail before indulging on their excellent Char-Grilled Wild Alaska Salmon, Rotisserie Chicken, or any of their exquisite steak options, such as their House Special, the Boursin Filet.
4. The Park Grill
Described as a sophisticated restaurant that does not take away from the Smoky Mountain feel, The Park Grill offers a dining experience that is unmatched. Providing you with savory steaks, chicken burgers, and seafood you are sure to find something you will want to keep eating even after you are stuffed.
3. Hungry Bear BBQ #1
Hungry Bear BBQ has two locations, both at the base of the Smoky Mountains. They serve great pork, ribs, and chicken, but the sides are to die for. Favorites are their potato salad, cole slaw, and baked beans that will remind you of grandmas cooking.
2. Smoky Mountain Brewery
Smoky Mountain Brewery in Gatlinburg allows you to pick between eating inside our outside. The benefit of eating inside however is that you have exceptional views of the gorgeous Smoky Mountains while you eat. They have another location in Pigeon Forge, both offering specialty brewed beers and evening entertainment.
1. Pancake Pantry
Pancake Pantry was established in 1960 as Gatlinburg’s first pancake house. Open for both breakfast and lunch and offering so much more than just pancakes, this rustic establishment offers incredible meals. Furthermore, the flavor and portions actually match their prices. Also, your kids will want to keep coming back for their chocolate chip and M&M pancakes too.