Gatlinburg Restaurants

Gatlinburg Restaurants Offer Great Food for All Appetites and Budgets

gatlinburg restaurantsGatlinburg restaurants include fast-food, lots of mom and pop restaurants, chain stores, and fine dining. At the mom and pop restaurants, you will discover the aromas and flavors of genuine mountain cooking.  On the fun side, many pancake houses serve up everything from a buffet to those that serve a stack of pancakes with sides of bacon, ham or sausage.

A number of Gatlinburg restaurants offer fine dining.  Casual wear is the norm, but you might see formal wear by wedding parties or other party goers.  Most  restaurants are within walking distance of hotels.

Gatlinburg Restaurants:

Alamo Steakhouse & Saloon
Oak fired Black Angus steaks; 6 year winner of “Best Steaks” by locals. Also on the menu are soups & salads, sandwiches, seafood, chicken, and more.

Bennett’s Pit Bar-B-Que
Real hickory smoked BBQ beef, pork, chicken and ribs, mesquite grilled steaks and shrimp. Salad bar & homemade soup. Beer, wine, and cocktails. Full breakfast menu.

Best Italian Restaurant
Garlic Rolls, large pizzas, veal parmigiana, spaghetti and meatballs, eggplast parmesan, antipasto salad and more.

Blaine’s Bar & Grill
Blaine’s Bar & Grill serves a great variety of freshly prepared meals.  In addition, it has one of the best views of the Smoky Mountains in Gatlinburg.

Bubba Gump Shrimp Company
This trendy seafood, comfort food, soup, and sandwich place is conveniently located on the Parkway in downtown Gatlinburg.

Calhoun’s Restaurant
House specialty – Award winning BBQ baby back ribs. Other specialties at this Gatlinburg restaurant include steaks, prime rib, grilled chicken, BBQ, catfish – salads and sandwiches. Most of all, there is glass enclosed seating on the Parkway, full service bar. Banquets/Catering.

The Cheese Cupboard & Hofbrauhaus Restaurant
Gatlinburg’s Cheese Shop/Deli. Famous for its Super Reuben.

Gatlinburg Restaurants Provide a Beautiful Mountain Backdrop!

Cherokee Grill & Steakhouse

Cherokee Grill presents an upscale mountain lodge atmosphere and features fresh fish and seafood, steaks, rotisserie chicken and an assortment of appetizers, sandwiches and salads. Located at the entrance to Great Smoky Mountains National Park.

Coffee and Company
Gatlinburg’s complete gourmet coffee shop. With over 50 different varieties of coffee it is the largest in the Smokies!

Crawdaddy’s Restaurant & Oyster Bar
Seafood, sandwiches, burgers, chicken, soups and salads, and pasta.

Dick’s Last Resort
Dick’s is known for its outrageous and sarcastic servers who make eating and drinking fun for all! Serving up delicious grub, cold drinks and rowdy good times. Eat, drink, laugh.

The Donut Friar
Open 5 a.m. daily. The aromas of freshly made donuts, cinnamon bread, and pastries drifting from this shop are impossible to resist! Also, see cappuccino, latte and espresso made to your liking.

The Funnel Cake Company
The world’s best funnel cakes.

Geno’s Pizza & Subs
Geno’s offers pizza, bread sticks, sandwiches, cheese sticks, hot wings, calzones, salads & more using real cheese, all natural ingredients. Their dough is made fresh daily.

Breakfast in a Gatlinburg Restaurant will kick start your day in the Smokies!

Greenbrier Restaurant

The mysterious legend of the Greenbrier Restaurant is well known throughout the Smokies. Better known is the cuisine. Hidden away on a hillside above Gatlinburg, this historic log cabin, built in 1939, offers a relaxed atmosphere for an unforgettable dining experience.  As you look out at a woodland view through floor to ceiling windows, relax and enjoy tasty appetizers, succulent prime rib, mountain trout and house specialties.

Hungry Bear BBQ
Locally owned and operated, this is just seven minutes from downtown Gatlinburg. They smoke their own meat for the freshest taste and have a variety of sauces to choose from.

J.O.E. and Pop’s Sub Shoppe
The Sub Shoppe serves deli classics like Reuben sandwiches and tuna salad subs, along with Philly Cheesesteaks, Hebrew National hot dogs, and hamburgers. All of the subs can be ordered in the regular “J.O.E.” size or the large “Pop” size.

Johnny Rockets
Burgers, hot dogs, sandwiches, salads, hand-spun shakes and floats.

Little House of Pancakes
Biscuits and gravy, country ham, giant salads, burgers, home cooked vegetables served in the heart of the Smokies.

Loco Burro Fresh Mex Cantina
Known for its world famous fajitas and magaritas. The cantina offers a bar and fire pit lounge and the only roof top patio in Gatlinburg.

Romantic Dining at a Gatlinburg Restaurant is a Plus!

Log Cabin Pancake House

Serving pancakes, French crepes, breakfast specialties, sandwiches, burgers, and country dinners.

Mama’s Chicken Kitchen
Serves chicken by the meal or by the bucket-to-go.  In addition, there are lots of side choices, chicken wings, salads, and extras.  Kids meals are also available.

Mellow Mushroom
Hand-tossed, southern gourmet pizzas, calzones, fresh salads, made-to-order hoagies and more. Patio on the Parkway. Wi-Fi.

Mountain Edge Grill
Enjoy especially great salads, soups, sandwiches, chicken tenders, and a wide selection of hamburgers.  In addition, watch the latest sporting events on multi screen TV’s in a ski lodge setting. House specialties include white chicken chili soup and a buffalo burger platter.

No Way Jose’s Cantina
The Cantina uses authentic recipes discovered years ago off the coast of Baja, Mexico. Even tamales are hand wrapped daily in banana leaves to ensure the best taste and texture. The choicest cuts of meat and poultry are marinated for exceptional tenderness and charbroiled.  Most noteworthy, salsas and sauces are prepared from farm fresh produce.

Ober Gatlinburg Restaurant & Lounge
Ober serves a good variety of appetizers, specialty soups, salad, seafood, pasta, chicken.   Most of all, they server Bavarian pork, beef, and sandwiches.

Fresh Trout is a Specialty at Some Gatlinburg Restaurants!

Pancake Pantry
In 1960 the Pancake Pantry became Tennessee’s first pancake house. The restaurant is located on the Parkway in the heart of downtown Gatlinburg. They offer twenty-four different varieties of pancakes as well as many waffles.  Also on the menu, is farm fresh eggs, sizzling ham, bacon or country sausage and golden butter-fried hash brown potatoes.

Papa John’s
Located in Winery Square, Papa John’s offers carry out and delivery. The menu consists of pizza, breadsticks, cheese sticks, coke products, chicken strips and chicken wings. In addition, are daily specials.

Park Grill Steakhouse
Reminiscent of a national park lodge, these people will both wow you with its beauty and tempt your self-control with its sumptuous menu.

The Peddler Restaurant
The Peddler features custom cut steaks, presented at your table by the Peddler himself and then grilled to perfection. The menu also features grilled chicken, seafood entrees and a garden-fresh salad bar.  Especially relevant is that the restaurant is situated on a mountain river.

Pucker’s Sports Bar & Grill
Serving wings and salads. Daily lunch and dinner specials.

Offers breakfast and dinner buffet, and an a la carte menu with comfort food.

Smoky Mountain Brewery & Restaurant
On Site Microbrewery.  Enjoy dining in a lodge atmosphere.  This unique restaurant features wood roasted steaks & entrees, pizza & calzone, fresh baked breads, sandwiches & burgers, large selection of appetizers.  In addition, handcrafted beers & brewery souvenirs are available.

Every Cuisine Imaginable is Available!

Smoky Mountain Trout House
Serving since 1975. they serve the freshest trout in town as well as steaks, chicken, beer and wine.  Most noteworthy, this is one of the oldest and most popular of Gatlinburg restaurants.

The Village Café & Creamery
This cozy cafe serves up coffee, lattes, hot flavored teas, hot chocolate, spiced Cider (seasonal). Steamer – warm milk with a shot of one of 25 flavors of Torani syrups (the kiddos feel like they have a latte or cappuccino like mom and dad). Iced lattes, iced coffee, frappes, espresso shakes. Affogato (ice cream, chocolate sauce, topped with a shot of espresso — ice cream AND espresso). Ice cream, shakes, malts, floats, sundaes, old fashion sodas. Most of all,  they have smoothies, slushies, and shaved ice for those hot days.   Also available are specialty sodas.

Wild Plum Tea Room
Homemade gourmet lunch is served inside a log cabin Austrian style tearoom. Recipes are passed down from grandmothers, aunts and uncles, fellow crafters, friends, neighbors, and the artists who start early every morning preparing the daily menu before they wait your table.  Especially relevant, is the beautiful mountain setting. Wine and beer. Parking and trolley.