If you’re visiting Sevierville for the weekend, finding the most delicious Sevierville restaurants can be a challenge. No worries…we have all your answers for breakfast, lunch or dinner!
There are a number of pancake houses to choose from in the area around The Smokies, but our pick was Flapjack’s. Head there this fall for their limited edition Pumpkin Stuffed French Toast. It’s basically your favorite pumpkin roll all fixed up like French Toast…then drizzled with Caramel!
Regardless of when you visit, be sure to start with the Flapjack Fritters. Six fritters come to your table in a cute cast iron skillet, paired with cream cheese icing for dipping. My tip? Order two, because you won’t want to share.
Dan and I opted for an omelet and the ham & eggs breakfast, both served with a stack of pancakes. The boys ate from the kid’s menu – chocolate chip pancakes with chocolate sauce and whipped cream. Yum!
Flapjack’s restaurant serves breakfast (and a few sandwiches) from 8am – 1pm, with additional locations in Pigeon Forge and Gatlinburg.
Applewood Farmhouse Restaurant
You’re going to LOVE Applewood Farmhouse‘s apple fritters & apple butter dipping sauce. We just couldn’t get enough of them.
Breakfast, lunch, and dinner include Southern-style home cooked meals that help you quickly understand why this is one of Sevierville’s most beloved restaurants.
We visited for dinner one evening – it was delicious. Even though the menu is abbreviated because of COVID, there are still so many options. The Oldtime Farmhouse Favorites all come in at under $20 each and include soup, salad, two sides and a dessert with your entree selection.
The fried chicken is by far the star of this restaurant, though we picked something different for this visit. Dan opted for meatloaf and I selected the pot roast – warming comfort food, for sure.
Broccoli soup…green beans … mashed potatoes…apple cobbler. It was so delicious and so filling!
I want to mention there is also a kids’ menu. The boys had a chicken leg with mac-n-cheese…and a scoop of vanilla bean ice cream for dessert, plus a drink for under $8.
The Farmhouse itself is 100 years old this year (2020), with some original floors and decor still visible in the dining rooms. It makes for a wonderful, cozy dining experience.
Most folks opt to each dinner at the Farmhouse, like we did. While it is also open for breakfast and lunch….you can also try the newest eatery in the Village…Farmhouse Grill, with pastas, salads and sandwiches.
Graze Burgers is the ideal option for those heading downtown for a snap with the Dolly statue or the butterfly mural.
The grass-fed burgers are sensational served on a local brioche roll with fries or onion rings.
While the boys selected a classic burger, Dan’s pick included Cajun spices, bacon, aged bleu cheese fondue, bourbon caramelized onions, and sautéed mushrooms.
I picked burger toppings that were a little more Southern: Pimento cheese, bacon jam, bourbon caramelized onions, and veggies. You can also choose a non-traditional patty… ground turkey, bison, lamb, veggies, or salmon (though burgers are the specialty.)
Check the website for info abut live music during the summer.
Five Oaks Farm Kitchen
Five Oaks Farm Kitchen carries on the legacy and lore of Dr. John – traveling doctor to families in Sevierville since the 1920s.
For dinner, the farm table options are popular (friend chicken, pot pie, meatloaf and more) but we love the Smoke House offerings. Choose from chicken, pork ribs or prime rib, or the pulled pork plate which includes hickory smoked pork butt on freshly baked bread. The kitchen serves it with coleslaw, potato salad and corn on the cob. Delish!
Big Daddy’s Pizzeria
We loved Big Daddy’s pie, cooked in a 550-degree pizza oven. Our oldest said the sauce was the best pizza sauce he had ever eaten, and the youngest loved that he could get bacon on his pie.
We also ordered meatballs and a few salads, which were also great. Don’t leave without trying the cannoli.
Tony Gore’s Smoky Mountain BBQ & Grill
We didn’t have time to stop here, but wanted to include them because Toy won “Best ribs in the Smokies” – and we love ribs! The consistently get great reviews, and offer outdoor seating, also.
Healthy Balance Meals
If you want to order some sandwiches for a picnic on a hike, or order a home-crafted meal to bring back to you cabin and warm in the over, this restaurant is where to go.
Salads, sandwiches, paninis…all great to pack for your hike or for a spectacular picnic at Cades Cove.
Cook-at-the-cabin options include Mexican or Italian options…or Southern staples like meatloaf, chicken pot pie, or pulled BBQ pork.
The WildFlour Bakehouse
If you need a quick, delicious meal then make a stop at WildFlour. Sandwiches (like chicken salad) and sweet treats (like oatmeal cookies) will make everyone happy, especially after a day of hiking and exploring. It’s also a favorite for us because of the variety of keto options!
The photos might look simple, but the tastes here are explosive!