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Gatlinburg Dining

While Gatlinburg’s main attraction is the natural beauty the area holds, guests will find a great choice of dining experiences in town. There are many relaxing cafes, lounges, restaurants, delis, and tea rooms with deliciously prepared dishes of all different types. Whether you’re looking for some family fun or a relaxing night out, you’ll be sure to find the ideal dining spot!

Family Dining
If you’re dining in Gatlinburg with your family, try a well-known spot like the Hard Rock Café, which serves all-American dishes like burgers, salads, sandwiches, and steaks. They feature the largest collection of rock memorabilia in the world, and families can enjoy the restaurant daily for lunch or dinner. Or why not check out the Pancake Pantry, the first pancake house in Tennessee, to get a taste of Gatlinburg tradition for breakfast or lunch? Featured on the menu here are soups, sandwiches, and breakfast items all day. Or please your palate with O’Charleys, where you can find fresh seafood, fresh cut salads, prime ribs, and delicious desserts including their signature caramel pie.

Fun Dining
Experience dining in Gatlinburg in a fun atmosphere in places like Blaine’s Grill and Bar, where you can enjoy some of the best entertainment and dining experience found in Gatlinburg, which serves traditional American cuisine in a casual, festive environment. Then there’s Calhoun’s Restaurant, which serves award winning barbeque back ribs along with grilled steaks and chicken, salads, catfish, fresh mountain trout, and homemade soups. Enjoy other American dining spots at The Cherokee Grill, which is a town favorite that serves steaks, rotisserie chicken, seafood, brisket, prime rib, sandwiches and homemade soups. Smokey Mountain Brewery and Restaurant is another must stopover. Enjoy entertainment every evening in a lodge atmosphere while choosing from such temptations as fresh trout, ribs, chicken, steak and more. And don’t forget to taste some of the freshest mountain micro-brewed beer around.

Ethnic Cuisine
Ethnic cuisine is also popular when dining in Gatlinburg. Try Old Heidelberg Restaurant for a lively atmosphere that serves a wide assortment of German and Swiss cuisine coupled with live entertainment nightly. Check out Legends by Max for their delicious Italian entrees, all served with hot, savory homemade garlic bread.

Regional Cuisine
For a sampling of some regional cuisine, try out Greenbrier Restaurant, where you’ll find a casual and relaxed environment in a historic log cabin built in 1939, featuring floor to ceiling windows with gorgeous woodland views and mouth watering entrees.

Visit the Wild Plum Tea Room for a relaxing afternoon, open from March to mid-December for lunch only. It boasts a charming gift shop overlooking the dining room, with a menu that includes wild plum muffins, house salads, specialty sandwiches, a variety of delicious unique teas, and mouth watering desserts like coconut cheesecake or sour cream lime pie. It’s a real treat when dining in Gatlinburg.

Tip: Reservations at the Wild Plum Tea Room are highly recommended as it tends to be busy every night of the week.

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