REMEMBER THE ALAMO
Bet you thought the Alamo was in Texas, right?
Technically you’re right. But here in Tennessee, we have a special connection to that infamous Texas landmark.
Why do you think Tennessee is called the Volunteer State? In addition to the famous Tennessean Davy Crockett who lost his life at the Alamo, our fair state sent nearly 2,000 volunteers to the Mexican American War.
What you’ll find at our Alamo is simply the most awesome food from here to Texas!
“Here at the Alamo Steakhouse, we believe in serving the best. We take our aged steak, hand cut it in house and season it. We then grill it over an oak fire to sear in all the juices and natural flavors. This makes our steaks tender and delicious. But it’s not just steaks we take such care with, we also grind our own burgers, make all of our own soups, sauces & gravies, as well as hand-bread and cook our mozzarella sticks to order. This all takes extra time, but we hope once you taste our food, you will agree the effort was worth it.“
They have two locations, equally awesome, one in Pigeon Forge (3050 Parkway, Pigeon Forge, TN 37863), and another one in Gatlinburg (705 East Pkwy, Gatlinburg, TN 37738).
Our 2 cents
If you are looking for a special night out and you love a good steak this is the place for you. My wife and I visited the Alamo Steak House in Pigeon Forge and we had a great meal. There is something about the way they make the steak that makes them really tender and just delicious. I got the New York strip and it was awesome. My wife got the Teriyaki chicken (I know, chicken in a steak house) but she really enjoyed it. The menu is a bit pricey but it was well worth it for a special occasion. We will definitely be back soon.
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