Pigeon Forge goes all out for the holiday season and practically every inch of the city is covered in garland, bows, and twinkling lights. If you’re looking for the best places to get photos for social media, a holiday card, or a photo with Santa then I can tell you the best places to go!
I had the opportunity to sit down for a phone interview with Jessi Baker, author of the new cookbook “Shining” which features a collection of family recipes as well as the story of Ole Smoky Moonshine.
Brunch spots are hard to come by in my neck of the woods so I was thrilled to try out Brick & Spoon. It’s tucked away on Community Center Drive next to Walden’s Landing. They have a full menu and extensive drink selections including coffee drinks, mimosas, and Bloody Mary’s piled high with just about […]
Dollywood’s DreamMore Resort provides an opportunity for park goers and visitors to “stay and play” in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee. Their in-house restaurant, Song & Hearth, serves up casual elegance that will make you feel right at home and the best part is that no one has to fight over who cleans the dishes. I was […]
This week’s “Friday 5” are 5 of the best restaurants in Pigeon Forge. When you drive down the Parkway there are restaurants everywhere and it can be overwhelming. You can find yourself going to the same places over and over again instead of eating somewhere new. Hopefully this will help the next time you’re having […]
No Christmas season is complete without a trip to see Santa but you have to know where to find him. As a Pigeon Forge insider, I feel obligated to share the best place to visit Santa with my amazing readers. I thought I’d begin my search at The Inn at Christmas Place. They have plenty […]
This has to be the best place to get hard cider in Pigeon Forge. Have a drink on their back patio overlooking the river.
If you find yourself in Pigeon Forge, I know the perfect spot for lunch or dinner. Come check it out!