Friday, October 27, 2017
Old Mill Restaurant Pigeon Forge
The Old Mill Restaurant in Pigeon forge is a smoky Mountain tradition of good southern food. The history of the Old Mill Restaurant dates back to the 1880's when the water-powered grist mill, located on the banks of the Pigeon River, was one of the main hubs of activity and even supplied electricity to the city until 1935. Today the Old Mill Restaurant is still one of the main hubs of activity for Pigeon Forge as people come to the Old Mill Square district for shopping, The General Store for fresh ground grains and area made products, and the good eats at the Old Mill Restaurant.
Many of the food products made by the Old Mill Restaurant use the ground meals and flours from the General Store next door. Biscuits, hush puppies, cornmeal, grits, pancakes and muffins are made from the the products ground at the mill, as are the artisan style breads baked across the street at the Pottery House Cafe & Grill. And fresh, southern-style foods are the reasons The Old Mill Restaurant continues to be visited time and time again by visitors and local alike.
Breakfast, lunch and dinner are served at the Old Mill Restaurant. For breakfast every guest is greeted with a basket of mini-muffins, Smoky Mountain Preserves and sourwood honey. Lunch and dinners begin with a cup of corn chowder and a basket of corn fritters with maple butter. Dinner entrees include Southern Fried Chicken, Beef Livers and Country Ham. Southern Specialties including Meat Loaf, Turkey and Dressing, Pot Roast & Gravy, Chicken and Dumplings and BBQ Ribs. Southern Grilled items include steaks, pork chops, rib-eye and prime rib. The top everything off with a slice of fresh-baked Pecan Pie, ice-cream and other tasty treats.
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