Where Should We Eat? A Review of Pigeon Forge Restaurants

 


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The South is known nationwide for its hearty and delicious food. No Southern tourist destination would be complete without some world- class restaurants. There are several Pigeon Forge restaurants that will have visitors asking for seconds.

The Alamo Steakhouse is popular with both locals and tourists. It features aged black Angus steaks cooked to order over a wood fire. The Alamo Steakhouse also serves chicken, seafood, and other delicious items. This restaurant has won several local awards, including best overall restaurant and best new restaurant for 2002.

Huck Finn’s Catfish is another Pigeon Forge restaurant worth mentioning. It serves some of the best catfish, chicken and steak in the city, and has all-you-can-eat portions available on most sides and even with some dinners. Huck Finn’s Catfish also has an extensive kid’s menu, making it a perfect destination for the whole family.

The Old Mill Restaurant is located on what is called Old Mill Square, which has not been changed since 1830. The square has candy, grains, pottery, and other items created the same way as they were back in the old days. The Old Mill Restaurant uses the grains produced in the mill to cook some of the best, most authentic food the region has to offer.

Duff’s Smorgasbord is a buffet-style restaurant offering something for everyone. All you can eat is the norm here, and they serve excellent breakfast, lunch, and dinner items. Their made to order omelets are considered by many to be the best in the city.

There are unique Pigeon Forge restaurants. Besides the restaurants local to the area, the same fast food is available in Pigeon Forge that can be found anywhere in the country.

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