Are you looking to impress your wife or sweetheart this Valentine’s Day? If so then there’s no better place to go than the Tennessee Smoky Mountains, especially if you include a romantic dinner in the equation.
For a guy there is always the question of “where to go for dinner” so let me give you three excellent choices. The Melting Pot, The Old Mill and Greenbrier Restaurant.
The Melting Pot in Gatlinburg, Tennessee, says “Welcome Lovers. And Lovers of Fondue.” How perfect is that? Imagine a cozy booth, romantic lighting, a bubbling fondue pot filled with tasty oils or delicious chocolate. Then imagine cooking a delicious morsel and feeding it to your sweetheart. Man, it doesn’t get any more romantic than that! The Melting Pot has been named as one the 100 Most Romantic Restaurants in the U.S. according to Open Table’s annual Diners’ Choice list. Then after dinner take an arm-in-arm stroll through Gatlinburg, or check Gatlinburg Hotel or mountain
The Old Mill Restaurant in Pigeon Forge offers delicious family-style servings of classic Southern meals in the rustic surroundings of the Old Mill General Store. Across the street is the Pottery House Café & Grill which offers a picturesque dinging experience with creatively prepared and stylishly presented Southern foods. Both restaurants offer home-made breads and sumptuous desserts. After dinner you can enjoy the many live music and comedy theaters and dozens of attractions in Pigeon Forge.
And for that “One of a kind dining experience”, take your sweetheart to the Greenbrier Restaurant in Gatlinburg, TN. The Greenbrier Restaurant is off the beaten track and up the mountainside on Highway 321 E going out of downtown Gatlinburg. The Greenbrier Restaurant is located in an Historic Log Cabin built in 1939, and features unique dishes with fresh foods prepared daily. This romantic dining experience offers fine dining, a wonderful ambiance, beautiful surroundings and spectacular views atop the mountain in Gatlinburg, TN.
There are many other fine restaurants in the Tennessee Smoky Mountains, and plenty of fun things to do and places to shop to round-out your Valentine’s Day visit. For more information please click