Well, Gatlinburg sure is something else. I'm sure most of the folks who visit love it, but for those of us "from away," it seems a bit nuts. The main drag is arguably the tackiest Main Street in America.
But away from the maddening crowds is this pleasant, old-fashioned restaurant on a hill, surrounded by the kind of nature that you might think folks visiting the Smokies would enjoy. The décor is a bit dated, as is the atmosphere. But they turn out quality food in a pleasant setting. Once seated, the service was commendably fast and efficient. We had an excellent chicken-based soup to start, and very good prime rib. A nice buttermilk pie for dessert. With a restaurant.com coupon, the restaurant offered good value. Honestly, I don't think I'd want to eat anywhere else in town.
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