Wednesday, June 1, 2016


Harpoon Harrys Crab House restaurant

Outdoor dining in Pigeon Forge
Enclosed Patio
     There are many fun, interesting and tasty adventures to pursue in the Great Smoky Mountains of Tennessee. Trying different foods and restaurants is a delightful and delicious way to explore the Smoky Mountains from the culinary side. So book your hotel, cabin or condo on the Smoky Mountains Lodging Guide at, and then start your appetite adventure!

Unique dining in the Smokies
Unique carvings
     You have many restaurant options in Gatlinburg, Sevierville and Pigeon Forge, and one of those - Harpoon Harry's Crab House - is located in the heart of Pigeon Forge at Traffic Light 2B. The owners of Smuggler's Cove in Punta Gorda, Florida, upgraded their decor with antique trucks, huge carvings, hand-polished wooden bars, stone walls, old pictures from the National Park, different designs throughout the interior, an enclosed porch that can be opened up in good weather, and a sushi bar. All of this stunning decor is the setting for a fun, exciting and adventurous food, beverage, retail and entertainment operation. But it is the food that is the star and the delicious menu is served in beautiful presentations that enhance the flavor of the food.

Sushi and late night dining
Sushi platters
Crab buckets in Pigeon Forge
Crab Bucket
     As you would expect, Harpoon Harry's offers fresh and delicious seafood like oysters, shrimp, scallops grouper and buckets of King, Jonah, Dungeness and Snow Crab with sausage, corn, onion and red potatoes. But they also serve-up several pasta dishes - like Shrimp Cavatappi - and steaks, tenderloin tips, sliced pork and sandwich favorites like cheeseburgers and grilled chicken, plus Lobster Rolls, Oyster Po'Boys and Soft Shell Crab Hoagies.

1926 Chevy Truck bar attraction
1926 Chevy Truck Bar
     Harpoon Harry's Crab House rocks on Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights with live music, and you can always get a good meal from their Late Night Menu, which includes Sushi! Their bar pours over 100 kinds of whiskey which you can enjoy in the main floor restaurant, or in the Truck Bar upstairs. That's where you find the 1926 Chevy Truck that serves as the bar. And as a remembrance of your appetite adventure, you can take home Harpoon Harry's merchandise.

     To find out more about other eating encounters in the Smokies, check out the Best Read Guide Dining page at

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