With so many great dining options in the Smoky Mountains, it is no wonder that they would have highly-rated breakfast options. Come and experience three of the best restaurants that the Smokies has to offer. On your next vacation, make sure to stop by, get a stack of pancakes, and say hello!
Located in Pigeon Forge, TN this Smoky Mountain restaurant serves breakfast daily! The food is prepared with Southern style and is authentically delicious.
Choose from a breakfast feast made up of an assortment of scrumptious morning treats. Their current rotation of breakfast items include pin wheels, fresh fruit, bacon, sausage patties, chicken tenders, cheese grits, hash brown casserole, and biscuits and gravy. There are also sweet potato pancakes, buttermilk pancakes, scrambled eggs, and baked cinnamon apples. You can choose to top it all off with either peach or strawberry butter.
This fresh restaurant is locally owned and operated, so it maintains the classic Smoky Mountain vibe. It’s open from 8 a.m. until 11 a.m. daily. Menu items vary throughout the year, so give them a call at 865-908-4846 for their most up-to-date menu!
Located in Sevier County, this American breakfast cafe offers gluten-free and vegan meals, live music, free wireless internet, and outdoor seating with a farm-to-table taste. The owner, Elvira, visited the U.S. when she was a student several years ago. After coming from Siberia and falling in love with the Smokies, she realized she wanted to live here and start a new life. After relocated to Towsend, Tennessee, Elvira gained citizenship and worked very hard to build her own brand. In the winter of 2012, her dream came to fruition. For more of her story, visit her website – it will make you appreciate her delicious food even more!
Along with her personal recipes for her tasty dishes, Elvira offers two other fast-selling products. Pure Sodaworks offers an alternative to the other sodas on the market, and the Mountain Honey she sells is a great addition to any meal or beverage.
This restaurant is pure breakfast heaven, offering breakfast only on a daily basis. Crockett’s 1987 Breakfast Camp is open from 7 a.m. – 1 p.m., 7 days a week. It’s named after David C. “Crockett” Maples, born in 1840, who served as a private in the 9th Tennessee Calvary. He was given honorable discharge in 1865 and has continued paving his way through history ever since. Their breakfast menu has a large variety of treats, and you can choose from an assortment of “Hen Fruit,” aka eggs! They have delicious griddle cakes, pan-fried pork chops, and huevos rancheros, among many other choices. Cinnamon swirl pancakes make a great addition to any meal, pecan bacon is a unique take on breakfast meat, sugar cured ham is a classic meal, and moonshine sausage is where the traditional meets the modern. Crockett’s’ Buckwheat fruit and nut pancakes will put a smile on your face! Crockett’s 1875 Breakfast Camp is located at 1103 Parkway in Gatlinburg, TN. Call 865.325.1403 for more information.
After filling up on breakfast, you and your family will want a comfortable place to let the food settle. At Cabins For You, we have a variety of vacation rentals located near these delicious restaurants. Located in Sevierville, Tennessee, Lakeside Mountain Hideaway is just minutes from downtown Pigeon Forge and has 1-3 bedrooms! A Bearz Haven is a cozy cabin that sleeps six people and is a short drive from MAMA’s Farmhouse and downtown Pigeon Forge. If you are vacationing in Gatlinburg and are interested in a Smoky Mountain rental close to Crockett’s, then you could vacation at Jessica’s Jewel. This rental is a beautiful one bedroom with mountain views and a location less than five miles to downtown.
If you have any questions about pricing or availability, give us a call today at 1-800-684-7865!