From the simplest pancakes to the most elaborate eggs Benedict, there’s a brunch for everyone in Pigeon Forge. Try these four spots for your vacation brunches.
With five luscious kinds of eggs Benedict, Brick and Spoon is all about a unique brunch. Try the Bayou Benedict with shrimp and crawfish, or the Farmers Market Benedict with vegetables. Classic Benedict is here too. Breakfast tacos feature chorizo sausage and eggs, while the American breakfast dishes up eggs, bacon, and biscuits. For more New Orleans flavor, dive into the shrimp and grits!
Egg dishes, omelets, beignets, biscuits, and rich brioche French toast also have starring roles on this brunch menu. Brick and Spoon’s specialty is its drinks menu, including “eye-opening cocktails” sure to start your day deliciously. Don’t miss the mimosas or the 50 kinds of Bloody Marys.
Dine on a little history with your brunch. The Pottery House Cafe is part of the Old Mill, Pigeon Forge’s historic early grist mill on the banks of the Little Pigeon River. Brunch here is a relaxed Saturday- and Sunday-only outing.
The cafe promises contemporary Southern dishes made from scratch with local ingredients. The Truly Southern Benedict is made with country ham and fried green tomatoes. The East Tennessee Omelet bursts with savory, local sausage. Classic Southern fried chicken and waffles come topped with praline sauce. Be sure to try the French toast made with cinnamon raisin pecan bread!
Step onto the old-fashioned front porch here and you’ll just know there’s country cooking inside. Get here before 11 a.m. for dishes like biscuits and gravy or the belly-busting Country Boy Breakfast Skillet of eggs, potatoes, ham, bacon, sausage, and more. Huge omelets come stuffed with meats or veggies. Thick waffles and fluffy pancakes with blueberries or chocolate chips are sure to delight, and kids will love the “rainbow pancakes” with a confetti of rainbow sprinkles!
You can’t miss Sawyer’s. Just look for the giant rooster statue out front. While the rooster makes the building a landmark, the food is what keeps folks coming back. Pick your pancakes from pecan, chocolate chip, strawberry banana, M&Ms, and more. Pour Sawyer’s special cinnamon creme syrup over your thick French toast. Waffles are rafts for blueberries, bacon, pecans, and more. Don’t forget hearty meats, eggs, biscuits, and grits.
A filling brunch sets you up for a day of Pigeon Forge fun. When the day’s over, retreat to your comfy, private cabin. Reserve a vacation cabin now!