We’ve already told you about all the fun things to do at The Island in Pigeon Forge, but we understand that with so much fun and excitement it is easy to build up quite an appetite. To help with this, we at Hearthside Cabin Rentals have decided to give our guests a break down of all the delicious Pigeon Forge restaurants that call The Island home.
Mellow Mushroom Pizza Bakers
The original Mellow Mushroom was opened by a couple of Georgia Tech students in 1974, Today the national pizza chain is well-known for bringing guests some of the tastiest pizza in the country. What is special about this particular pizza restaurant is that it is the first Mellow Mushroom to offer solely counter service. Guests order their favorite pizza, calzone of hoagie from the counter then go and pick a seat in the climate-controlled dining area or patio (depending on the weather), and one of the cooks brings your food to your table. This is different from other traditional sit-down restaurant style Mellow Mushrooms. Besides, who isn’t always in the mood for a good slice of pizza?
Timberwood Grill is the ultimate Pigeon Forge restaurant for diners looking for an authentic mountain dining experience. Guests will definitely not leave hungry after sampling some of the great tasting menu items like Timberwood Grill’s barbecue pork stuffed corn fritters, 100% natural bison burger, or the slow-cooked baby back ribs.
Jimmy Buffett’s Margaritaville (Opening Summer 2014)
If you’re visiting The Island in Pigeon Forge, you might as well get used to living on island time. Jimmy Buffett’s Margaritaville is well-known across the nation for transporting guests to their favorite tropical island destination simply with a song and a great-tasting meal. Don’t forget to pick up a souvenir or two to bring back to your friends.
Dick’s Last Resort (Opening Summer 2014)
Known for offering service with more of a smirk than a smile, Dick’s Last Resort is a fun place for families with a little bit of a sense of humor to grab a bite to eat. When you’re there be sure to ask about the daily specials.
Along with the many bigger name restaurants that call the Island in Pigeon Forge home, the attraction also houses several delicious snack shops. Perfect for guests who want something to tide them over in between rides on the Great Smoky Mountain Wheel or turns at the air hockey table at Arcadia, there is a snack shop to please any hunger craving.
Auntie Anne’s: Who doesn’t love a good pretzel covered in sugar and cinnamon? Not to mention and delicious traditional style pretzel dipped in mustard?
Cinnabon: Looking for something a little sweeter than a pretzel? Why not try a mouth-watering cinnamon roll instead? Along with their freshly baked pastry treats, Cinnabon also offers a range of delicious chilled coffees for a sweet afternoon snack.
Poynor’s Pommes Frites: How can you not love a snack shop whose primary food item is french fries (pommes frites). Served in traditional German style, these finger snack foods are definitely some of the best in town!
Island Yogurt: Perfect for cooling off on a hot summer day, the Island Yogurt shop offers a ton of frozen yogurt flavors ranging anywhere traditional vanilla to a wild mixed berry.
Island Mini Donuts and Coffee: One of the greatest pairings in food history, this snack shop is a great pit stop to stay warm on a chilly afternoon, or to find a late-afternoon surge of energy to continue enjoying all the fun activities at The Island.
The Fudgery: Admit it, you can already smell the freshly baked sugary treats that The Fudgery is known for just from reading the name. With literally dozens of different types of homemade fudge and chocolate snacks to choose from, The Fudgery is a definite must visit our of the snack shops at The Island.
Looking for a place a little more ‘homey’ to eat your meals? Hearthside Cabin Rentals offers families a fully-equipped kitchen inside each of our spacious Pigeon Forge and Gatlinburg cabin rentals. To reserve your next stay today, give us a call at 1-888-993-7655.