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GATLINBURG DINING GUIDE - Gatlinburg Cabins

At Heartland Rentals, all of our luxury cabins come with fully equipped kitchens, complete with modern appliances, cookware, dishes and everything else you could need to prepare your own feasts. But we also know that when you're on the road, it's fun to dine out. So if you're staying in one of our Gatlinburg Cabin Rentals, Gatlinburg has lots of restaurant options. In fact, there are more than we could cover in just this page, but we will share some of the highlights with you. The good news is that Gatlinburg has something for every palate and every pocketbook.

• Best Italian Café And Pizzeria • 968 Parkway, Ste. 9

This is one of the best-kept secrets in Gatlinburg. Since 1976, this Parkway pizzeria has been piling it on thick with homemade, hand-tossed pizzas, lasagna and signature strawberry cheesecake.

• Bubba Gump Shrimp Co. • 900 Parkway

Step right into the movie Forrest Gump at this unique themed restaurant. Specializing in a wide variety of seafood dishes, this fun eatery also serves burgers, pasta, kids' meals and more.

• Greenbrier Restaurant • 370 Newman Rd.

Tucked away near the national park border, this one-time mountain lodge is now a charming semi-upscale dining destination serving Southern-influenced steaks, chicken and seafood for diners who enjoy great food and atmosphere.

• Hard Rock Café • 515 Parkway

This is a place to come to for the atmosphere alone. Experience the history of rock and roll as you dine thanks to hundreds of authentic pieces of memorabilia from music legends.

• Pancake Pantry • 628 Parkway

There are lots of pancake places in town, but this one is an institution. Come hungry for a mind-boggling variety of pancakes and waffles as well as sandwiches, soups and salads.

• The Park Grill Steakhouse • 1110 Parkway

Designed to be reminiscent of a mountain lodge, this timber-built steakhouse offers fine cuts of meat, fresh mountain trout and much more in a unique national park-themed atmosphere.

• Smoky Mountain Trout House • 410 Parkway

Since 1975, this downtown restaurant has been serving fresh mountain trout along with steaks, chicken dishes and homemade desserts.

• Wild Plum Tea Room • 555 Buckhorn Rd.

Located in the heart of the Great Smoky Arts & Crafts Community, this gourmet lunch spot offers a well-prepared array of dishes to complement its authentic mountain scenery.