Must Try Gatlinburg Restaurants

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There are hundreds of Gatlinburg restaurants that you will encounter on your trip.

The Birth of Gatlinburg Restaurants through Tourism

There are hundreds of Gatlinburg restaurants that you will encounter on your trip. I know it can be pretty confusing where you’d want to spend your next meal. It’s incredible what the influx of tourists have paved the way for the humble town of Gatlinburg. The surge of visitors has increased the demand for dining places. It’s expected, of course, Gatlinburg is but a little town but there are millions of tourists that visit us, and soon there was ample opportunity for everyone to open a business that can feed all the hungry mouths.

At first, a number of Gatlinburg local restaurants wanted to showcase what they can bring to the table. As the tourists continued to come in and were steadily on the rise, even the local dining places weren’t enough to cater to the massive population of tourists. Big companies from all over the country have also seen the business opportunities available in Gatlinburg, so they also brought their businesses here.

Popular Gatlinburg Restaurants

Here are some of the famous local Gatlinburg restaurants and the types of dining pleasure you can experience when you dine here. We hope we’ll be able to help you with your restaurant itinerary with our top picks which are in no particular order.

Alamo Steakhouse

If you love steaks, you’ll truly be in heaven when you dine here. They take steakhouse to a whole new level by serving the best-aged steaks in town. Alamo Steakhouse is pretty hands-on to the steak that they serve and in fact, do everything from the moment they pick out their meat, hand-cut and season it up until the day it reaches your plate. I think the distinct flavor comes from all the love they put in their dishes not to mention they cook their steaks on oak wood fire.

Moreover, they make sure that they have their own recipe for their gravy, sauce and everything else that goes into their food. A little trivia about the Alamo: The restaurant closed for a while a few years ago and built themselves from the ground up after the November wildfire Gatlinburg. However, they came back stronger than ever retaining 95% of their employees which only proves that serving is their ultimate passion.

Cherokee Grill & Steakhouse Gatlinburg, TN

The Great Smoky Mountains was a hunting ground and home to the Cherokees. It is no wonder that a local restaurant would pay homage to them. They are also one of the best steakhouses in town, and they also offer superb seafood amongst others. Their interior and overall design is also as amazing as their menu. All the granite, walnut, brick and stone will definitely set the ambiance for your special experience. To top it all off, they have fantastic service. Their staff is friendly and very accommodating.

Crockett’s 1875 Breakfast Camp

If you want a little bit of history while you’re chomping on some big, wild and delicious breakfast, then this is the place for you. It is designed to look like 19th century camp house complete with hay bales and historic wood pieces to match. If there’s one thing that you’re going to appreciate in Gatlinburg, I’m sure having huge breakfast meals is one of them. We certainly know how to start the day right.

Red Oak Bistro

With amazing dishes and service, this restaurant is one to beat. Red Oak Bistro offers tapas-style menu, and they genuinely have a lot of new dishes for you to try and wake up your palate. It is a beautiful place to try if you’re looking to have a romantic and intimate dinner. Its food will give you a lot to talk about, and the wait staffs are knowledgeable about their menu. You’ll feel the warmth of the whole Red Oak Bistro when the owners personally welcome you into their restaurant. If you had a place with food this great, I’m sure you’d be proud to welcome everyone in too!

Taste of Italy Gatlinburg

Numerous Italian-cuisine-lovers swear by it. They say that this restaurant is the best Italian restaurant they’ve dined in. Many people are leaving raving reviews for them, so that must mean something, right? It is located in the main downtown area so you wouldn’t have a hard time looking for it. If sumptuous Italian food made from the freshest ingredients isn’t enough, you’d be delighted to know that they also offer vegan, gluten-free and nutritious options. The owners are dedicated to serving the best Italian dishes at reasonable prices, now that’s superb!

More Gatlinburg Restaurants for You

You’ll undoubtedly have more than entertainment and outdoor adventures if you go on a trip to the Smokies. We have made it a point to help you get your cravings satisfied, and your expectations exceeded. We have a little bit of everything for everyone to enjoy. There are a variety of dishes from homecooked meals to fine dining experiences. In addition, we have different cuisines you can try and enjoy so you’ll never forget your vacation with us.

If you’d like to have more options, we made another list of delicious and fun places to eat in Gatlinburg. We included local, as well as, well-known restaurants you might want to try. These are:

Pizzera and Snack Bar
Atrium Pancakes
Aunt B’s Pancake House & Grill
Big Bear Pizza and Subs
Big Daddy’s Pizzeria
DoughBoys Pizza
Drafts Burger Bar
Farmer’s Burger Barn
Five Guys Burgers and Fries Gatlinburg
Flapjack’s Pancake Cabin Gatlinburg
Funnel Cakes
Geno’s Pizza
Papa John’s Pizza
Parton’s Deli
Pizza Hut
Cheese shop
Cicis
Cobbly Nob Pizza
Cookie Dough Bliss
Kilwins Chocolates
Burg Coffees
Hard Rock Cafe
Heifer’s Dairy Dip
Little House of Pancakes
Log Cabin Pancake House
New York Pizza & Pasta
The Best Italian Cafe and Pizzeria
The Donut Friar
Subway
Sugar Daddys Snack Shack
Sweet!
Teri Pizza
Sidewalk Cafe
Ski Mountain Pizza
Casual and Fine Dining Restaurants:
Back Street Etc
Bearland Grill & General Store
Bennett’s BBQ Gatlinburg
Blaine’s Bar and Grill
Bones BBQ Joint
Bubba Gump Shrimp Co.
Buckhorn Inn
Calhoun’s Gatlinburg
Carver’s Orchard & Applehouse Restaurant
Gatlinburg
Crawdaddy’s Restaurant & Oyster Bar Gatlinburg
Crystelle Creek
Delauder’s BBQ
Dick’s Last Resort Gatlinburg
Drafts Sports Bar & Grill
Edgewater Hotel Restaurant
El Soñador Mexican Restaurant
Estrella Hondumex
Fannie Farkle’s
Giovanni’s
Glades Soda Fountain
Greenbrier Restaurant
Hogg’s Upstairs Taverne
Howard’s Steakhouse
Hungry Bear BBQ #2
Johnny Rockets
Karmelkorn Shoppe
LandShark Bar & Grill Gatlinburg
LeConte Deli Ober Gatlinburg
Loco Burro Gatlinburg
Mad Dogs Creamery Gatlinburg
Maypops Ice Cream
Mellow Mushroom
Mountain Edge Grill
Mountaineer Kandy Kitchen
No Way Jose’s Gatlinburg
Old Dad’s
Ole Red
Puckers Sports Grill
Quilters Corner Cafe
River Terrace Restaurant
Roaring Fork Snack Bar
Salty Bear Raw Bar
Shamrock Lounge Pub and Eatery
Shoney’s
Sidney James Mountain Lodge Restaurant
Smoky Mountain Shakes N Dawgs
Smoky Mountain Trout House
Split Rail Eats
Stanga’s Big Sausage
Starbucks Gatlinburg
Steak Delivery and More
Stillwater Cold Brew Coffee
Texas Roadhouse Gatlinburg
TGIF
The Best Italian On The Parkway
The Breakfast Club
The Melting Pot
The Park Grill
The Peddler
The Smoky Mountain Brewery (Gatlinburg)
The Vista Grill
Three Jimmy’s Gatlinburg
Whole Earth Grocery Cafe
Wild Boar Saloon at Howards Steakhouse
Wild Plum Tea Room
Wine A Little Wine And Tapas Bar

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