Eating Your Way Through Pigeon Forge

One of the great things about Pigeon Forge is the variety of delicious foods available. From amazing steakhouses and seafood to pizza and pancake houses, there is fare for every taste. While you may be a stickler for your diet back at home, vacation is the time to splurge a little. So, for at least a day, indulge yourself in all the amazing foods that Pigeon Forge has to offer. Here is how to eat your way through Pigeon Forge for a day…

pancake breakfast


Begin your day right with a hot and hearty breakfast at the Log Cabin Pancake House. They offer stacks of fluffy pancakes, country ham, biscuits and gravy and eggs. Lots of pancake-egg specials are available, and they open at 6:45 am, so you can get an early start. (4235 Parkway)

Mid-morning Snack

You know you don’t want to wait for lunch to try some more of the local treats, so make a stop by the Wildflower Bake Shop & Boutique for some coffee, a slice of fresh baked pie, or a yummy cupcake. (1725-102 Waldens Creek Road)


Once you’ve worked up an appetite hiking in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, a big southern lunch will be very welcome. At The Old Mill Pottery House and Grille, you will find some of the best southern dishes in the area. Fried green tomatoes, homemade quiche, black Angus burgers, fresh local trout and hand cut steaks are just a few of the specialties at this local favorite. (3341 Old Mill St., Traffic Light #7)

Mid-Afternoon Snack

For a sweet treat after lunch, head over to the Funnel Cake Factory where ice cream and funnel cakes with specialty toppings are sure to hit the spot. (3357 Parkway)


Voted best steak for 6 years, Alamo Steakhouse serves up great seafood, sandwiches, chops, chicken and oak fired black Angus steaks. (3050 Parkway)


While you’ve probably almost stuffed yourself by now, hopefully you’ve saved room for a little dessert to finish off the night. With fresh made taffy, copper kettle fudge and hand dipped chocolates, a stop at the Country Candy Kitchen will be the perfect end to your night. (3341 Parkway and 3971 Parkway)

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