Thursday, August 1, 2013

Smoky Mountain Eats

We were only in the Smoky Mountains for a few days, and we even had one lunch and dinner at the cabin. However, we did manage to eat out and I can't wait to tell you about the yumminess we experienced.

Huck Finn's in Pigeon Forge — we've actually eaten here before and decided to show the Mr what it is all about. Basically, if you loved fried food such as fried catfish, fried pickles, french fries, etc... you'll want to stop in for lunch or dinner and enjoy their selections. They have live entertainment at night while you wait for your food to arrive. However, it comes quickly, so the wait time is minimal. They serve all their drinks is mason jars (it doesn't get much Southern than that), and you'll enjoy the Southern hospitality throughout your entire experience.


Alamo Steakhouse in Gatlinburg — this was our first time to eat at this restaurant. (They have another location in Pigeon Forge, also.) We sat outside on their patio and enjoyed the scenery and listening to the water running in a creek beside us. After reading online about their delicious steaks and homemade mozzarella sticks, we knew exactly what we would be ordering before we arrived. For an appetizer, we enjoyed the mozzarella sticks, and then warmed up with some loaded potato soup (their soup of the day). Our meals came with huge salads. We all got filet's with baked potatoes, but dad went for their pork chops and baked sweet potato. No one had a complaint about their meal, except that it was too much food.


Have you enjoyed these places I mentioned above? I'd recommend both of these if you are planning a trip to the mountains. You will not be disappointed.

5 comments:

  1. Hi, I've been to the Smoky Mountains before. It's a fun place. I would also recommend Applewood Farmhouse Restaurant & Grill. It's a very good restuarant.

    link for restaurant: http://www.applewoodfarmhouserestaurant.com/

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  2. My family usually vacations in Outer Banks in NC, but I think next year the mountains might be a good alternative. I'm glad you posted a link to the site you used to book your trip. Super helpful! - Kelly

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  3. I know you had to love that potato soup! Yummy yummy!

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  4. Fried Pickles are my love language! Love that you share all of your favorites!

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  5. The Smokey Mountains are so close, I can't believe we've never taken a trip there. Looks great!

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