There is nothing better on vacation than good food and Sevierville, TN has just that. On my last Girlfriend’s Getaway post I shared with you all of my favorite places to visit in Sevierville, TN. Now I’m going to share with you some of my favorite places to eat in Sevierville Tennessee. Some of them even have some great stories.
Located on dolly Pardon Parkway, Willies Pizza is a great place to eat if you love Italian Food. I ended up sharing a thin crust pepperoni & bell pepper pizza with Zina because we will filled up some amazing garlic bread as an appetizer. Follow them on Facebook. Pricing: $2.49 – $14.99 (**Update: this business has closed permanently)
OK so the name pretty much sums this place up. They have fantastic pancakes and waffles. I’m a person that’s always on the go so it’s not often that I get to sit down and have a big breakfast. Flapjacks has been a family business for over 10 years founded by Brent Collier. Follow them on Facebook. Pricing: $1.69 – $10.99 They have great meal options with hash browns and hash brown casserole, they’ve got a great selection of omelets or if you want a lighter option try the veggie omelet. They also have some specialty pancakes like the sticky bun or Reese’s peanut butter pancakes. They’ve got skillets filled with a hearty choice of meats and potatoes that you can top with a scrambled or fried egg. This is a great stop for breakfast if you want to fill up before heading out to see some sights.
If you like down home cookin’, you will love Applewood Farmhouse. Owned and operated by the Hick’s and Kilpatrick’s family this restaurant has a lot of history and is a great spot for American food. They now offer dine-in, curbside and delivery options for ordering. They serve you their signature apple fritters & their fresh Apple Julep while you wait for your order. The Chicken and Dumplings I ordered our first time here were amazing. When you’re done eating you can sit out on the beautiful front porch in one of their rocking chairs and sit a spell or watch the peaceful river running through across the road. Before you leave you will want to check out the Applewood Cider Mill and gift shop where you can take a little bit of the Applewood Farmhouse deliciousness home with you including fresh baked bread. If you visit in the cooler months you should try the Ghirardelli Hot chocolate. If you have a sweet tooth you want to save room for the apple cobbler or apple spice cake. They have delicious food and great service. Facebook | Twitter | YouTube
If you’re looking for fresh seafood and premium steaks you’re going to love the Chop House. This is a popular place, we suggest making a reservations when planning to eat here at busy time. They are also known for their giant sweet potatoes and colossal homemade onion rings. They serve U.S.D.A. prime and choice corn fed midwestern beef. They have a nice selections beyond steaks and chops. If you like Philly cheese steak sandwiches try their Smoked Brisket Philly, it comes with au jus. It is packed with drippy, bold flavor. Oh an by the way their dressings are made fresh daily, there are 7 to choose from. The Chop House was established in 1992 and now has 12 locations spread across 4 states. Pricing: $3.50-$29 Facebook
The Diner Yep just as it sounds great diner food. But honestly for me the best part was not the traditional diner fare but getting to talk with the owner Howard Kingsbury. He came over and sat down with and we had a chat while we waited for our food. You see, even though he owns a diner he has a passion for healthy eating. So he offers a “Skinny Menu” for all of his guests who wish to go for healthy balance meals. Start with something crunchy like fried green tomatoes or a great salad. Then check out a classic burger or one of their deluxe or “Cadillac” burgers. They have an 8 oz angus beef patty, Applewood smoked bacon and various cheese and sauce toppings depending on which you choose.
If you are super hungry they also have “Extraoridnary burgers” one has a half pound angus patty but there is also an option for an elk burger and a bison burger, they have all kinds of burgers. They also some some great dinner options like meatloaf or fried catfish. Choose an entree and some french fries or fresh vegetables. His wife is an artist and upon your visit you’ll be able to see some of her beautiful artwork around the diner. She is quite good and if your real nice you might even be able to talk him into taking a piece home for a price. The food was absolutely wonderful and the conversations were great. Pricing: $1.99 – $14.99 Facebook | Twitter
If you love home cooking and good live music you will love this place. They’re serving up a heap of fun and this is where I had my first fried green tomato. Guess what I loved them! Try the chicken fried chicken or smoked bologna sandwich. They also have a burger or jumbo hot dogs. For dessert make sure you try a slice of their homemade cake. Not only do they serve great food and music but there is a great story behind Clint’s. In 2010 Clint’s BBQ burned to the ground and his local community came together to help him rebuild. When you see Clint ask him to share his story with and be sure to check out all the memorabilia hanging on his walls. This is a unique place in Sevierville TN. Pricing: $2.89 – $29.99 Facebook
Other Local Favorites: (because there is no shortage of places to eat in Sevierville Tennessee.)
Holston’s Kitchen – has a casual atmosphere but dishes that could pass for fine dining. High quality for sure. They do have a Deluxe burger which is more like a classic burger, but they have many salad and pasta dishes as well. Some of their most popular items come from the grill like the Hawaiian Ribeye, or the Pork chops. You can’t go wrong with a dinner at the Sevierville location.
Tony Gore’s Smoky Mountain BBQ – This little cabin makes for a fun dining experience. They have a hickory smoke pit and live music. Check their website and Facebook page for schedule. They have all of your favorite BBQ options and then some.
Big Daddy’s Pizzeria – They have great pizza, salad wings and more. They have three locations, Sevierville, Pigeon Forge and Gatlinburg.
Cracker Barrel – They are always serving up some classic dishes with Southern hospitality. My favorite lunch is the homestyle chicken salad, but of course they serve breakfast all day and have plenty of lunch and dinner choices if you are looking for classic Southern comfort food.
Five Oaks Farm Kitchen – This cute little place looks like a big red barn. You will find such charm and attention to detail inside you will feel like you are ready for a hay ride. If you really want to indulge try the fried cinnamon roll. They take one of their famous cinnamon rolls, dip it in pancake batter and then fry it. They serve breakfast lunch and supper.
There are so many great places to eat in Sevierville Tennessee. Total cost for our entire stay including food, hotel and attractions was $770 a person. The Sevierville Chamber of commerce has several packages that you can choose from. What are your favorite places to eat in Sevierville Tennessee ?
Disclosure: I was invited to this trip by 5 Minutes for Mom and my travel, lodging, entertainment and food were all covered by the Sevierville Chamber of Commerce. All thoughts and opinions are my own. A special thanks to Jill from Baby Rabies for taking most the photos above.
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You can also earn free gift cards by downloading rewards apps and using them. Your’re probably thinking yeah right, there is no way I can earn free gift cards. That’s ok I was skeptic too, til my mom was like no this works! I mean who is going to tell mom she is wrong?
Fetch Rewards – So basically all you need to do is download the Fetch Rewards app and enter the code: EF9PC and scan any grocery, hardware store, pet store or gas receipt within 7 days and you will get a bonus of 2,000 points. Grocery receipts can be up to 14 days old. You will get points for every receipt you scan and bonus points for certain brands. Then you can redeem those points for FREE gift cards like Amazon, Walmart, Cabelas and many more! As you can see I have enough points in my account right now to redeem for a FREE $50 gift card!
ShopKick App – Shopkick is an app you down load on your smart phone. Using the app you’ll get points for scanning products in the store and points for just walking in the door. You can also link your bankcard card and earn points for shopping at your favorite stores.
Once the app is downloaded onto your iPhone or Android phone, it recognizes when you go into participating stores, restaurants and more. That’s how you get the walk-in points. Just make sure the you open up Shopkick on your phone before entering the store. Stop right inside the door and wait for your app to confirm your location. Once it does a circle will pop up on your screen with your points on it. Use code: CONSUMERQUEEN when you sign up to get 500 bonus points when you walk into a store and earn at least 10 kicks within 7 days.
7-11 Rewards app – Planning a roadtrip? Download the 7-11 Rewards app. When you download the app it automatically gives you 800 points which you can redeem for FREE FOOD like Pizza, Coffee, snacks and more! BUT…… if you ENTER CODE: wg5oya it will give you 1,000 points. That 200 extra bonus points! Once you hit 1200 points you will unlock even more rewards.
They will also give you points for purchasing certain items in their store. For example for a limited time you get 200 points just for buying two taquitos. You will also earn 10 points for every dollar you spend on eligible items in store.