Is it just me or does it appear that Gatlinburg is a mid-range dining desert? That’s a wasteland not something sweet you eat after a meal. I have spent hours looking at restaurant reviews and have yet to find one that jumps out at me as a “don’t miss.” In fact, several have gone on my “don’t waste your time” list. I have travelled all through the South and never failed to find a local favorite that served great local style breakfasts, melt in your mouth BBQ, County ham and Red Eye gravy, etc. I really hate to get to Gatlinburg and find that I have to eat at Applebee’s, or spend $40/person to get a decent meal. Where do the locals go when they want to eat out in Gatlinburg?
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