Unique Places to Eat Around Gatlinburg Pigeon Forge & Sevierville for Foodies (2023)

Try something new!

If it's on this list - there's a good reason. Foodies will love each and every one of these unique and flavorful places that are off the beaten paths of Gatlinburg, Pigeon Forge and Sevierville. Most have a story behind them and you won't find them unless you look...

so I'm not going to let you miss out!

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Red Oak Bistro,669 Glades Rd, Gatlinburg

865-325-1717

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A tapas and wine bar, and restaurant. Described as a "one of a kind" dining experience in the Glades area - just outside downtown Gatlinburg. Small plates of authentic Mediterranean and Eastern European cuisines and fresh local ingredients, served with unique wines, bourbon and beers.

It's creative, relaxed, upscale dining with rave reviews, found out on the beautiful backroads of Gatlinburg!

This place is incredible, I do recommend calling for reservations.

Wild Bear Tavern, 4236 Parkway, Pigeon Forge

865-868-0737

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Authentic, Bavarian style German food and cold beer, serving breakfast, lunch and dinner with stick to your ribs kind of meals. Right next to the Wild Bear Inn, so if you want to stay the night, go right ahead! I've heard great reviews of this place ever since they opened several years ago.

Relaxed atmosphere, indoor and outdoor patio seating with views of the Parkway.

Graze Burgers, 133 Bruce St, Sevierville

865-366-3775

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No GMO here - Made from scratch food, gourmet, grass fed, all natural, burgers, bourbon and craft beer. Nestled into the newly revitalized downtown area of Sevierville, this is just what the doctor ordered. Gluten-free options, hormone and steroid-free food.

You might miss this unassuming little place if you were driving by. But because of the excellent reviews, you will want to stop in. It has outdoor patio seating available and is family friendly.

Extensive drink selections and healthy, delicious menu options, as well as fun food make this place a winner!

PawPaw's Catfish Kitchen, 2760 Wears Valley Rd, Sevierville

865-446-4978

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There's more here in this little place than meets the eye. If you are a fan of catfish, Cajun or Southern style food from Louisiana, you will want to stop by. The owners bring fresh seasonal seafood straight off the tugboats in the Louisiana harbors and have perfected their very own unique, fish fry recipe.

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Set in scenic Wears Valley, this little diner style restaurant serves more than just delicious fried catfish and boudin balls. They have alligator bites, authentic po'boys, crawfish etouffee, gumbos, muffulettas, crab cakes, oysters, Orleans and Acadiana sauce, jambalaya, white chocolate bread pudding and more.

They have years of real experience in the business of seafood, so don't pass this one by if this sounds good to you.

English Mountain Trout Farm & Grill

291 Blowing Cave Rd, Sevierville

865-429-5553

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"You hook 'em we cook 'em" is their motto.

Off the beaten path but worth the (very beautiful) drive. Fun for the family and an experience the kids will never forget. Catch your own fresh trout here from the pond and have them cook it up! Or you can catch your fish and take it to go. Or you can order fresh trout off the menu if you're not into fishing.

They have everything you need to fish with and will even help you bait your hook and take your fish off the line! (a big plus for "fishers" like me)

You know the fish are good because they provide restaurants in Gatlinburg with some of their fresh trout too. They have a kids menu too and an experience you won't find just anywhere.

Parton's Deli, 332 Parkway, Gatlinburg

865-436-9625

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The oldest continuously operating, family-owned deli in the Appalachian mountains. Parton's Deli and the family is part of the rich history here in Gatlinburg, but there is another story here...

This little unassuming deli has been quietly making sandwiches since 1974. Because of its location, people started noticing a certain car always parked next to the building every time they visited Gatlinburg. It seemed to be an unofficial "Welcome to Gatlinburg" sign for those who noticed it.

People began commenting and it became a favorite topic of some, and an annoyance to others in Facebook groups. So, in December 2020, someone decided to devote an entire Facebook group to just the car - a BMW. (Gatlinburgs BMW Sightings | Facebook)

Since then, the owner, Dennis, has been most gracious and somewhat of a local mini celebrity. T-shirts have even been made and sold with proceeds going to local charities of Sevier County.

Oh--and the sandwiches? Fresh, hot and steamed - the same since way back when! They are known for delicious chili dogs, deviled eggs, homemade sides and heating them up in his trusty old steamer. He will even make you a picnic basket to go on your hike. The place is not fancy, but that's why it is a hidden gem!

The Greenbrier, 370 Newman Rd, Gatlinburg

865-412-1576

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They call themselves a "Food and Spirit Outpost".

This historical steakhouse with a past (now renovated), used to be a lodge back in the 1930's. It is up on a ridge where you would never find it, if you didn't know it was there. It now serves dry-aged, hand-cut in house steaks. It is also home to the Greenbrier Whiskey Society, where you can try some of the best whiskeys and bourbons around.

Stop in for a delicious dining experience and find out why the place is said to be haunted by a young girl named Lydia.

Preacher's Smokehouse, 2933 Pittman Center Rd, Sevierville

865-332-9731

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Another place out on the pretty backroads with an interesting story.

During the devastating Gatlinburg wildfires of 2016, (my own experience (video) the owner,

who - yes - is a preacher, helped cook for the firefighters who were the heroes working around the clock to stop the fires. The firefighters loved his cooking so much, they suggested he open his own place. And here it is.

A little bitty shack that smells so good when you drive up, you will just have to go in. Rave reviews put this little, out of the way, Bbq place on the list of hidden gems!

Tennessee Jed's, 631 Parkway, Suite A8, Gatlinburg

865-412-1131

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In case you didn't know...."Tennessee Jed" is a Grateful Dead song !

Hidden and nestled back into Baskins Square, (across from The Village and Pancake Pantry) on the Gatlinburg Parkway, you can get breakfast and brunch here, and it won't be ordinary. You probably won't see it at first, but it's worth the short walk back and up to the 2nd level.

They advertise breakfast, brunch, craft sandwiches and fast service. Everything is super fresh, from mouthwatering reubens, to frito pie, corned beef brisket, zucchini frittata, brown butter cake, quiche, turkey bacon ranch,and the list goes on.

Rave reviews make it number one on TripAdvisor in 2021.

Cakes by Bakin Bishop, 862 Wears Valley Rd, Pigeon Forge

865-310-2662

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So this is not a place you go to sit down and eat, but if you need a cake, cupcakes or cookies for any special occasion, or just get a sweet tooth, this is on of the best places to go. Always fresh, beautiful and creative for any occasion.

Wedding, birthday, anniversary, family reunions, parties - any reason is a good enough reason. These beauties are very original, and custom made to order!

Right across the road from the Smoky Mountain Alpine Coaster. If you blink you will miss it!

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FAQs

What is Gatlinburg famous food? ›

Famous Foods of Gatlinburg & Pigeon Forge & Where to Get Them
  • fresh rainbow trout.
  • stone ground cornmeal and grits.
  • local wildflower and sourwood honey.
  • homemade candies like taffy and fudge.
  • homemade maple syrup.
  • locally grown preserves and jellies.
  • homemade biscuits and sawmill gravy.
  • apple butter and apple dumplins.

What is unique about Gatlinburg? ›

The Gatlinburg Skybridge is the longest pedestrian suspension bridge in North America. Guests walk across the 5-foot wide walking path that spans 680 feet.

Is it better to go to Gatlinburg or Pigeon Forge? ›

All in all, Pigeon Forge and Gatlinburg are both incredible spots to visit. If you're looking to experience the true tourist experience of the Smoky Mountains, you'll want to visit Gatlinburg. If you're looking for an equally thrilling experience, but a little away from the crowds, Pigeon Forge is your answer.

Is Sevierville closer to Pigeon Forge or Gatlinburg? ›

Looking for things to do in Sevierville? It's right next door to Pigeon Forge TN. Sevierville is located just north of Pigeon Forge.

What is Tennessee's signature food? ›

Country ham is arguably Tennessee's most famous delicacy. The hams are salt-cured and served boiled, broiled or fried, and give Virginia's Smithfield hams a run for their money.

What is the number one thing to do in Gatlinburg? ›

Top Ten Gatlinburg Attractions
  • Ripley's Aquarium of the Smokies.
  • Ole Smoky Moonshine.
  • Gatlinburg Sky Lift.
  • Hillbilly Golf.
  • Ripley's Haunted Adventure.
  • Gatlinburg Space Needle.
  • Ober Gatlinburg Aerial Tramway.
  • Hollywood Star Cars Museum.
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What is the best month to go to Gatlinburg? ›

The best time to visit Gatlinburg is during the fall – specifically in September and October. During these months, beautiful fall foliage takes the stage, and temperatures are mild(highs between 65 and 80) which attracts travelers from all over.

What food is Smoky Mountains known for? ›

Tempt Your Tastebuds with These 7 Classic Smoky Mountain Dishes
  • Tennessee BBQ. ...
  • Old-Fashioned Buttermilk Pancakes. ...
  • Corn Chowder. ...
  • Fresh Mountain Trout. ...
  • Cherokee Fry Bread. ...
  • Old-Fashioned Taffy. ...
  • Smoky Mountain Moonshine.
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How many days is enough in Gatlinburg? ›

If you're going to Gatlinburg, plan for at least three days. You can do it in two, but you'll feel a little rushed. Anything past three days and you're going to want to reach out to Pigeon Forge and explore what's happening over there.

What is the best month to go to Pigeon Forge? ›

The magical sweet spot to visit Pigeon Forge is from the last week of April through the end of May. The reason for this is that school spring breaks last from March until around mid-April. There is also the opening of Dollywood in March and the massive Spring Rod Run in mid-April.

What is the cheapest month to go to Pigeon Forge? ›

The cheapest ticket to Pigeon Forge found for each month in 2022 based on historical flight searches by Cheapflights users. February is currently the cheapest month to fly to Pigeon Forge. At this moment in time June is the most expensive month.

Which is cheaper Pigeon Forge or Gatlinburg? ›

So, when it comes down to it, Pigeon Forge is generally the cheaper option when comparing lodging, activities, and restaurants. However, there are exceptions to every rule. Be sure to compare prices for each city before making your final decision.

How far apart is Gatlinburg and Sevierville? ›

The direct drive from Sevierville to Gatlinburg is 13.1 mi (21 km), and should have a drive time of 24 mins in normal traffic.

What is the busiest time in Pigeon Forge? ›

Summer is the busiest time of year in Pigeon Forge, but that doesn't mean it's not a great time to visit. The weather is still beautiful and there's so much to do. Just be prepared for large crowds.

What should I wear to Pigeon Forge? ›

Keep It Casual. Just about everyone in Pigeon Forge wears casual clothes, so there is no need to bring your fanciest dresses or suits. If you plan on visiting a fine dining restaurant, you may want to pack one nice outfit for that evening. For the most part, however, jeans and a T-shirt are perfect.

What is the most eaten food in Tennessee? ›

Barbecue. From pulled pork to sweetly slathered ribs, Tennessee is known for its mouthwatering barbecue. In addition to sandwiches, you'll find spicy beans, mac 'n cheese, and coleslaw on most barbecue restaurant menus. Some places even pile coleslaw on top of the meat for an extra tasty option.

What drink is famous in Tennessee? ›

If you're a Tennessean, it won't surprise you that whiskey is our favorite drink — Tennessee Whiskey is world-famous, after all. But does it shock you that in 36 out of the 50 states, whiskey was the drink of choice? That's 72 percent — so we think it's safe to say that whiskey is America's favorite liquor!

What dessert is Tennessee known for? ›

Tennessee: Banana pudding

Tennessee loves banana pudding so much that the state holds an annual festival for the dessert. If you can't make it to Tennessee for the event, try whipping up this easy Banana Cream Pie Pudding Cup recipe — it's one of those desserts that requires fewer than five ingredients.

What should you not miss in the Smoky Mountains? ›

Look at these top 5 can't-miss hikes in the Smoky Mountains:
  • Laurel Falls. The most popular waterfall trail is Laurel Falls. ...
  • Alum Cave. Alum Cave Trail is a moderate hike in the Smoky Mountains because of all of the natural features you see along the way. ...
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  • Gatlinburg Trail.
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What is the main drag in Gatlinburg? ›

U.S. Highway 441, also called the Parkway, cuts through central downtown Gatlinburg. The walkable street is lined with all the attractions, shops, and food needed for a perfect vacation.

How far apart is Pigeon Forge and Gatlinburg? ›

You may be wondering how far is Gatlinburg from Pigeon Forge, and the answer is about 15 minutes, depending on traffic. If traffic is heavy during popular months, it could take you longer to get to either city. The distance is about 7.5 miles from one city to the other, depending on where you start at in either city.

What is the rainiest month in the Smoky Mountains? ›

Upslope, heat-driven airflow into the Great Smokies often generates summer rain and thunderstorms. Indeed, July's the wettest month in Gatlinburg and the Smoky Mountain region in general. Fall, by contrast, is typically the driest time of year in Gatlinburg.

What is the coldest month in Gatlinburg? ›

The cold season lasts for 2.9 months, from December 1 to February 27, with an average daily high temperature below 54°F. The coldest month of the year in Gatlinburg is January, with an average low of 29°F and high of 47°F.

What time of year do the leaves change in Gatlinburg Tennessee? ›

The fall color display usually reaches peak at middle and lower elevations between mid-October and early November. This is the park's most spectacular display as it includes such colorful trees as sugar maple, scarlet oak, sweetgum, red maple, and the hickories.

What snacks is Tennessee known for? ›

'Temptation Corridor': These beloved Southern treats were born in East Tennessee
  • Little Debbie. Based in Collegedale, a suburb of Chattanooga, Little Debbie is the No. ...
  • Krystal. ...
  • Mountain Dew. ...
  • MoonPies. ...
  • Mayfield Ice Cream. ...
  • Petro's.
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Why are there so many pancake houses in Gatlinburg? ›

Speaking with Smoky Mountain Living Magazine, Amy Morton said: “We feel that the popularity of pancake houses in this area stems from the simple fact that Southerners have a tradition of enjoying a delicious hearty breakfast."

What food did Tennessee invent? ›

Moon Pies. Invented by the Chattanooga Baking Company in 1917. The story goes that a Kentucky coal miner asked the company's traveling salesman for a snack "as big as the moon," and the bakery obliged with what's now known as a MoonPie.

Is it better to stay in a hotel or cabin in Gatlinburg? ›

While a hotel might be great for a trip to New York City, if you're vacationing in Gatlinburg, TN, a cabin rental is far and away the best place to stay. A cabin provides an authentic Smoky Mountain experience that you simply can't find with any other type of lodging.

What time does Gatlinburg get busy? ›

The two peak seasons in Gatlinburg are summer (June, July and August) and the month of October, when the fall foliage is at its zenith. July is the busiest month of the summer season, while weekends in October draw the largest crowds in the fall.

Is Pigeon Forge or Gatlinburg safer? ›

Notably, Gatlinburg is safer than Pigeon Forge. Most incidents are either a burglary, robbery, theft or auto theft. I was relatively surprised to learn that the crime rates are a little higher, but I suppose it is a tourist town. The rates drop a little as you venture into more rural areas.

How many days is enough for Pigeon Forge? ›

3 days. If you're savvy, you can pack a whole lot of bang into just three days in Pigeon Forge. It won't take long to discover the beauty Tennessee has to offer. Begin by dedicating an entire day to the Smoky Mountains National Park.

What is the slowest day of the week at Dollywood? ›

We went to Dollywood three days last week, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday. Wednesday was the least crowded. Friday seemed to be a little busier than Wednesday and on Sunday, we stayed until 3:00 pm and had no trouble getting on any rides.

What is the least crowded time to visit Pigeon Forge? ›

The best time to visit Pigeon Forge is in the spring or fall, when the area experiences pleasant temperatures and the local attractions aren't too crowded.

How much does the Ferris wheel in Pigeon Forge cost? ›

Ride Accessibility & Restrictions
Ticket Pricing
Adult Ticket (Ages 12+)$15.00
Child Ticket (Ages 3-11)$10.00
Military or Senior Ticket (Ages 60+)$12.00
VIP Ticket - Per Gondola (1-4 Riders)$75.00
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What is the off season in Pigeon Forge Tennessee? ›

While Pigeon Forge is a popular place to be all year round, some months are a little less crowded than others. Your best bet is to visit during the winter. Once the holiday season has passed and before springtime hits, fewer visitors than usual come to the area.

How much does the island cost in Pigeon Forge? ›

For only $10 more, upgrade your unlimited rides pass to include a one-time admission to our Island Ropes Course & Quick Jump.
...
Ride Accessibility & Restrictions.
Ticket Pricing
Unlimited Rides Pass$35.00
Unlimited Rides + Ropes Course Pass$45.00

How much spending money do you need for Dollywood? ›

At single day prices, it would cost about $425 just to get into Dollywood. That price doesn't include parking, food, drinks, games and souvenirs. A day at Dollywood for my family could easily get into the $650 and up range.

Why is there no fee for Smoky Mountains? ›

A federal law (1994 {1964} U.S. Code Title 16) prevented the NPS from charging entrance fees where tolls are prohibited on primary park roads. Because Newfound Gap Road and Little River Road are the primary roads in GSMNP, we are, to this day, unable to charge an entrance fee.

Does Dolly Parton own Gatlinburg? ›

Dollywood is a theme park jointly owned by entertainer Dolly Parton and Herschend Family Entertainment. It is located in the Knoxville metropolitan area in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee, near the gateway to The Great Smoky Mountains.
...
Dollywood.
Attractions
Websitewww.dollywood.com
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Does Dolly Parton own a home in Sevierville? ›

Her former East Tennessee home is officially on the market for a cool 3.5 million, and is located in Sevierville, Tennessee, not too far from Douglas Lake. Dolly's late parents, Lee and Avie Lee Parton, bought the 1,548-square-foot home in 1984, and Dolly took ownership of it after they both passed away in 2003.

Is Sevierville worth visiting? ›

Enjoy That Small Mountain Town Feel

Of course, while Sevierville does have plenty of its own attractions, it also simply is a lovely small mountain town to stay in and visit.

What is Sevierville, TN known for? ›

Sevierville is famous for it's shopping. There are a variety of galleries, boutiques, antique malls, flea markets, outdoor stores and much more. The famous Tanger outlet that has over 120 name brand outlets is the most popular.

Which is better to stay Gatlinburg or Pigeon Forge? ›

All in all, Pigeon Forge and Gatlinburg are both incredible spots to visit. If you're looking to experience the true tourist experience of the Smoky Mountains, you'll want to visit Gatlinburg. If you're looking for an equally thrilling experience, but a little away from the crowds, Pigeon Forge is your answer.

How long is the ride in Pigeon Forge? ›

The ride features beautiful Smoky Mountains scenery, 360 degree turns, and several tunnels on over 20 acres of property. Each single sled can go up to 30 MPH and the driver controls the speed on this over 9 minute long ride! Our coaster is fun for all ages, with riders ranging from three years of age to ninety!

What month does Pigeon Forge get the most snow? ›

The month with the most snow in Pigeon Forge is January, with an average snowfall of 1.3 inches. The snowless period of the year lasts for 11 months, from February 17 to January 3. The least snow falls around July 31, with an average total accumulation of 0.0 inches.

How do people dress in Gatlinburg? ›

2) The general feeling of Gatlinburg is of relaxed cool; you don't want to get too dressed up to walk around the main streets. You will want to wear loose, casual clothing in this mountain town, especially in layers. The mornings start out cool, warm up in the afternoons, and slowly taper off in the evenings.

Do you still have to wear a mask at Dollywood? ›

At this time, masking is optional for employees and guests, regardless of vaccination status. The safety and wellbeing of our hosts and guests remains our top priority and we will continue to monitor the situation closely.

What should I pack for a week in Gatlinburg? ›

To keep you happy, entertained, and comfortable while staying in a cabin, bring along these items:
  • Your Choice of Food and Beverages.
  • Laptop and Charger.
  • Cell Phone Charger.
  • Books.
  • Musical Instruments.
  • Pet Items for Pet-Friendly Cabins.
  • Camera and Batteries.
  • Cooler for Drinks.
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What is Smoky Mountains famous for food? ›

Seven Must-Try Foods in the Smoky Mountains
  • Old-Fasioned Buttermilk Pancakes at the Pancake Pantry. ...
  • Kettle Korn at Dollywood. ...
  • Pit-Smoked Barbecue at the Hungry Bear. ...
  • Signature Corn Chowder at the Old Mill Restaurant. ...
  • Apple Fritters at the Apple Barn. ...
  • Old-Fashioned Taffy at the Smoky Mountain Candy Makers.

Why is Gatlinburg known for pancakes? ›

The humble pancake became a staple. So much so, that in 1960 the Gerding family opened The Pancake Pantry, the first breakfast restaurant dedicated to dish in the state of Tennessee. Today Gatlinburg is home to seven pancake houses all of which have their own style of serving up a stack.

What made Gatlinburg popular? ›

Gatlinburg Tourist Boom Begins

In 1934, the first year the Great Smoky Mountain park was open it was estimated 40,000 visitors passed through the city. From 1940 to 1950, the cost of land in Gatlinburg increased from $50 to $8,000 per acre and thus the tourist boom began.

What food is Appalachia known for? ›

Corn bread, home grown vegetables that were then canned, biscuits and gravy, stews, rabbit, chicken and dumplings and apple desserts—these are the foods commonly thought to be of Appalachian origin.

What should people look out for in the Great Smoky Mountains? ›

Two species of venomous snakes live in the Smokies, the northern copperhead and timber rattlesnake. Although very few snake bites occur here, visitors should be cautious where they place their hands and feet, especially around old buildings and stone fences.

What is Nashville's favorite food? ›

Nashville's most famous food is Hot Chicken which was invented in the city. Other local favorites include biscuits and donuts.

What is the least busy time in Gatlinburg? ›

Fewer Crowds – Late winter and early spring is definitely the least crowded time to visit Gatlinburg. If you're in town this time of year, you'll get to enjoy shorter waits at attractions and restaurants like the popular Pancake Pantry.

How far apart is Gatlinburg and Pigeon Forge? ›

You may be wondering how far is Gatlinburg from Pigeon Forge, and the answer is about 15 minutes, depending on traffic. If traffic is heavy during popular months, it could take you longer to get to either city. The distance is about 7.5 miles from one city to the other, depending on where you start at in either city.

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