New Restaurants Pigeon Forge
New Restaurants Pigeon Forge sweets are also getting a makeover with the addition of gourmet milkshakes and frozen custard.
Guy Fieri recently launched Downtown Flavortown, a 43,000-square-foot food and entertainment complex in the Mountain Mile shopping complex on Teaster Lane. This fun-filled destination includes a 14-lane bowling alley, tiki bar, and all of Guy’s signature dishes.
In Pigeon Forge, you can enjoy seafood like never before with Harpoon Harry’s. This dual restaurant from the same folks who own restaurants on Florida’s Gulf Coast offers a wide variety of seafood dishes, including She Crab soup, fried calamari, whiskey BBQ shrimp and gator bites. The menu also includes Harry’s buckets, which are large platters of steamed crab with red potatoes, sausage and corn on the cob.
The huge restaurant is located right on the Parkway and features plenty of seating inside and out. It’s a great place to share an appetizer, dinner or drinks with friends and family. It’s also the perfect spot to enjoy live music. The restaurant has a stage and dance floor so you can get down to the beats with your buddies.
Sitar Indian Restaurant
The restaurant’s chefs emphasize authentic dishes and do not use any additives. As a result, the flavors are intense and traditional. The menu also features tandoor oven dishes that showcase Indian cuisine with unique flavors.
The Smoky Mountains’ favorite celebrity chef has found a new home in Pigeon Forge! Located at the Island in Pigeon Forge, Paula Deen’s Kitchen serves family-style meals. Try famous recipes like Fried Green Tomatoes, Collard Greens, Chicken & Dumplings, Beef Pot Roast, or Georgia Catfish.
This easygoing eatery has an old-world atmosphere and offers Indian classics and a lunch buffet. The food is delicious, and the staff is extremely friendly. They remember regulars after just a few visits and greet them by name! The prices are affordable. The restaurant accepts credit cards and debit.
Yee-Haw Brewing Co.
The Smokies may be famous for moonshine, but the area is also home to some terrific craft breweries. This summer, beer lovers can enjoy the latest addition to Pigeon Forge’s brewery scene when Yee-Haw Brewing Co. opens in June. The award-winning brewery will open a 2,275 square foot taproom and experimental brewing system next to Ole Smoky Moonshine at The Island.
Founded in 2015 in Johnson City, Tennessee, the brewery quickly grew from its beginnings in an 1800s railroad depot to one of the Southeast’s fastest-growing breweries. They’re known for their commitment to high-quality classic beer styles using only the best ingredients.
The brewery’s flagship beers include the Pilsner, Pale Ale, Eighty Shilling Scottish Ale, and Dunkel dark lager. They also offer a variety of seasonal offerings and specialty beers, including many that are aged in bourbon barrels.
Painted Bear Coffee Co.
Painted Bear Coffee Co is a beloved family-owned coffee shop that serves both tourists and locals. It has a cozy relaxing atmosphere and expert baristas. Guests rave about how helpful and friendly the staff is to them. They also like that it offers a wide variety of coffee options that are not found in most other shops.
This coffee shop uses Black Rifle Coffee Company and offers hot and iced traditional favorites such as latte, cappuccino, and macchiato. It also has bakery treats and snacks. The coffee shop also sells locally handcrafted logo mugs that make great Smoky Mountain souvenirs. It is a must-visit for coffee lovers. The prices are reasonable, too. They start at $15 a pound, which is cheaper than the competition.
Firelight Rooftop Bar
If you’re looking to enjoy scenic views that are perfected by handcrafted cocktails, visit this new Pigeon Forge restaurant. It’s the area’s newest rooftop bar and will also feature duckpin bowling, Jenga, and other fun games.
If a meal inspired by country music is your style, check out the new Jason Aldean’s Kitchen + Rooftop Bar. The building also includes a Y’all Boutique gift shop and Sun Diner where you can find authentic Smoky Mountain souvenirs.
For laughs, head to Comedy Barn Theater for a clean show that’s sure to delight all ages. Or, challenge yourself to an escape game at The Island in Pigeon Forge. You’ll have just 60 minutes to break out of one of their interesting rooms. You can even rent bikes to cruise around town with ease from eBike Rentals.