If you are hungry this is the place for you. For dinner the food is served family style and they serve plenty of it.
I am in no way a critic but I will give you my opinion (and my wife’s) of some of the restaurants in the area. I also realized I seem to like the burger and beer joints….This restaurant list I am compiling will cause me to have to do some “market research” and try new places
Over winter break I was juggling two jobs and trying not to yell at crazy middle aged shoppers during the Christmas retail uproar. Somehow I managed to get a day off and me and the girls decided to take a trip to Pigeon Forge. I suggested we eat at the Old Mill Pottery House Cafe. I’d eaten there before and one special item on the menu kept me coming back for more. I somehow found this special menu item by chance and have never been the same since. The chicken Reuben is made with fresh shaved rotisserie chicken on toasted rye bread with thousand island dressing and special coleslaw. The sandwich is accompanied with house made potato chips. The sandwich had perfect flavor. The chicken is fresh and salty perfectly paired with the crisp sweetness that the coleslaw brings. The buttered toasted rye bread really seals the deal for me…
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History of The Old Mill, Pigeon Forge, Tennessee In the early 1800's, a water-powered gristmill on the banks of the Little Pigeon River became one of the main hubs of activity in the small mountain community of Pigeon Forge, Tennessee. In those days, the mill faithfully produced the meals and flours that were crucial for … Continue reading The Old Mill Square History