Named in tribute to a David C. Maples, a 19th century frontiersman known as ‘Crockett’ and famed in the area for feeding weary travelers fine home-cooked breakfast food, Crockett’s provides a family-friendly fun spin on this breakfast food tradition. Designed to resemble an 19th century camp house with bench seats, hay bales and reclaimed wood from the city’s historic past, this is frontier dining at its finest. Not only that, but the breakfasts are some of Gatlinburg’s biggest, if not some of the biggest in the entire state, especially the skillets.
Crockett’s, 1103 Parkway, Gatlinburg, TN, USA, +1 865 325 1403
Cherokee Grill is designed as an upscale mountain lodge serving some of the area’s best prepared meats, chicken and seafood. Steaks are naturally their speciality, but everything on the menu matches their quality, with a great selection of salads, sides and entrées completing the menu and making the Cherokee Grill one of Gatlinburg’s top choices for upscale dining at reasonable prices.
Cherokee Grill, 1002 Parkway, Gatlinburg, TN, USA, +1 865 436 4287