From family-owned restaurants to well-known national eateries, Pigeon Forge is a dining delight. Whether you’re craving steak, seafood, pancakes or a taste of the Pacific Rim, you’ll find something to suit your appetite here. Of course, no visit to Pigeon Forge is complete without some tasty Southern cuisine and finger-licking barbecue.
The Island is Pigeon Forge’s newest retail and entertainment complex. Anchored by the Great Smoky Mountain Wheel, this fun destination features live entertainment every day and lots of terrific eateries, including Jimmy Buffett’s Margaritaville, Mellow Mushroom, Paula Deen’s Family Kitchen, and The Fudgery.
Here are more of our favorite places for dining in Pigeon Forge:
Locally owned and operated, award-winning Alamo Steakhouse offers an extensive menu of oak-fired steak, seafood, chicken and chops. A local favorite.
Bennett’s Pit Bar-B-Q
Slow-smoked barbecue is the recipe for success at Bennett’s Pit Bar-B-Q, where customers line up for pork, beef brisket, chicken and meaty baby backs.
Flapjack’s Pancake Cabin
When you’re craving a country breakfast, head to this Parkway pancake restaurant for made-from-scratch hotcakes filled with peanut butter and banana, chocolate chips, pecans and more.
Huck Finn’s Catfish
Locals and guests line up for Huck Finn’s all-you-can-eat catfish and chicken dinners, served with homemade slaw and southern fried hushpuppies.
The Old Mill Restaurant
175 Old Mill Avenue
Dating back to 1830, the iconic Old Mill serves classic family favorites, including pot roast and country-fried steak. Afterwards, stop by the General Store for homemade jams, jellies and more.