A discerning guide to
good places to eat in the Smokies and Southern Highlands area. This
guide will be constantly evolving and we
hope to hear from you regarding your favorites..
Restaurants - Where
To Eat in the Smokies
Christopher Place Inn - Romantic
four-diamond dining in an exclusive mountain-top setting.
A four-course gourmet meal is served nightly by candlelight
at 7pm. Fixed menu, casual dress. Limited seating, by
reservation only. Named one of the 10 most romantic inns
in America. Visit www.christopherplace.com
for menus, recipes, and more information, or call 1-800-595-9441
Peddler - 820 River Road in Gatlinburg
Rustic log cabin setting overlooking a stream. The Peddler
has a diverse menu, but they serve arguably the finest
beef to be had in the area. Steaks are custom cut at your
table, and the salad bar is exceptional.
Park Grill - 1110 Parkway
100 yards from the entrance to the Great Smoky Mountains
National Park, this wonderful dining experience has a
mountain lodge design to balance great food in a great
setting. The Park Grill has a diverse menu and boasts
fresh pastries and other desserts made daily.
Cheese Cupboard & Hofbrauhaus
The Cheese Cupboard is Gatlinburgs original
and currently only cheese shop. The downstairs boasts
96 varieties of imported and domestic cheeses, sausages,
and Swiss chocolates of all types. The Hofbrauhaus Restaurant
occupies the second level. Styled after a small German
Pub, visitors and locals frequent it for its great
deli sandwiches--especially their famous Super Reuben.
634 Parkway Suite #14 Gatlinburg, TN 37738
Wild Plum Tea Room - 555 Buckhorn Road
within the Great Smoky Arts & Crafts Community,
this unique dining experience features Wild Plum Tea,
Wild Plum Muffins, and other special menu items which
can change daily. Try their special desserts such as
Coconut Cheese Cake, Sour Cream Lime Pie, or (in season)
the Pumpkin Pie or Ameretto Bread Pudding. Eat in the
country setting of the dining room or on the screened
porch by the stream.
Trout Farm Restaurant
Townsend happens to
be the home of the best trout farm restaurant in the Smokies
area. The Tuckaleechee Trout Farm Restaurant, owned and
operated by Larry and Sue Smith, simply serves good food,
with good service, at a good price. You can order fresh-caught
trout from the menu or catch your own from their spring-fed
ponds, and the staff will prepare your fresh-caught trout
Highway 321 in Townsend take Old Tuckaleechee Road to Old
Cades Cove Road. Follow the signs to the trout farm at 142
Tipton Road. (865) 448-2290
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