The Old Mill Restaurant
and General Store is a special place to visit, eat and shop any time of year, bu the fall and Christmas seasons are especially suited to a a visit to the Old Mill and Old Mill Square.
For both seasons the Old Mill area is decorated with the the colors and decor of the season, so to be walking around with leaves falling or snow falling, you can feel that you are in a special place.
First, let's focus on the Fall Food.
|Sweet Potato Pecan Bread|
For me, Fall Food is turkey and dressing with cranberry sauce, pumpkin pie with whipped cream, baked apples and anything sweet, gooey and sinfully delicious. And guess what, The Old Mill Restaurant features these items plus their signature Corn Chowder, biscuits with sweet, rich apple butter and their famous Pecan Pie! And if you want these items and more, simply walk next door to the General Store and pick up the mix-ins to make them yourself, plus the sauces, butters, jellies, jams, honeys to slather on all of the stone-ground grain mixes that you can whip-up in your own kitchen.
Once your breakfast, lunch or dinner cravings are fulfilled, saunter over to the shops in Old Mill Square. You can find dishes for baking those delicious apples, great dinnerware and serving dishes that are hand-made at Old Mill Pigeon River Pottery. If you need other kitchen accessories, or snack and dip mixes, visit the Old Mill Farmhouse Kitchen. Sassafras has unique fashion and jewelry and if you are still needing to satisfy that sweet tooth, get ice cream at the Old Mill Creamery or old-fashioned, homemade sweet treats at the Old Mill Candy Kitchen.
Visit Pigeon Forge in the Great Smoky Mountains of Tennessee, and enjoy the change of seasons and all of the delightful treats that go along with changing weather and special holiday times. Prepare for your trip and the changing seasons by visiting the Best Read Guide
website to get coupon savings and information on Dining, Shopping, Attractions, Accommodations, Live Theater and more at http://bestreadguidesmokymountains.com/
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