We ate here twice during our one week stay in Pigeon Forge. The homemade loaded potato chips and fried green tomato appetizers were wonderful and the avocado ranch dressing served with them was fantastic. The burger with bleu cheese crumbles, chicken salad sandwich, chicken strawberry salad, chicken almond soup, were all marvelous. The kid's mac & cheese with a huge side of fresh fruit was wonderful. The Carolina pork BBQ sandwich was a tad stringy and the bottom of the bun was mush from pork juices (had to eat it with knife & fork). The cole slaw was ground too fine for my liking, but it was very fresh and tasty. The carrot cake was the best we ever ate, and we bought some cinnamon-raisin-almond bread that was superb. Not a cheap place to dine (dinner for 4 with soft drinks was over $60). Service and food was measurably better on a slow weekday than it was on the weekend.
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