Blog for Zip line Attraction in the Smoky Mountains

Located in Pigeon Forge, TN and near Gatlinburg and Sevierville.


Fueling Up in the Smokies

By Ross Bodhi Ogle
Posted on December 13, 2011

So you're planning to do some ziplining on your next trip to the Smokies? Our Smokey Mountain zip lines should do a great job of feeding your need for speed, adventure and excitement. But after a full afternoon or morning of clipping up, taking off and flying through the air, you may have a hunger of a different kind.

Fortunately, from our location just outside of Pigeon Forge, you won't be far from any number of great restaurants that can accommodate both your budget and your appetite. In this one city alone, you'll find everything from fast food to fine dining and everything in between. Here are just a few suggestions for where to eat:

Pancake houses. There are probably a dozen of these in Pigeon Forge alone. Another popular breakfast destination is the good ol' Cracker Barrel. There are actually two of them in town, one at the north end and one at the south end.

The Old Mill. Whether you're eating in the original restaurant or at the Pottery House Café across the street, you're in for some classic Southern recipes and flavors, many of which are made with corn meal ground on site at their historic Pigeon River mill.

Ethnic cuisine. Pigeon Forge has restaurants serving everything from Italian to Asian to Indian food?

Tony Roma's. Nice food and service and conveniently located near several local music theaters.

The Apple Barn restaurants. A must-do for visitors. Start your day off with an apple julep and enjoy some apple fritters and country ham while you're at it.


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