Start your day in Pigeon Forge with a hearty breakfast to fuel you! Check out these six delicious destinations.
You can’t miss Sawyer’s--look for the giant rooster outside! Inside, you’ll find tables groaning under stacks of pancakes, waffles, and omelets. For a sweet start, try M&M or banana-strawberry pancakes or crepes. Prefer a savory breakfast? Try eggs with country ham, sugar-cured ham, pork tenderloin, or bacon and sausage. Don’t miss the biscuits and gravy!
Your fully equipped Pigeon Forge cabin kitchen is ready for you to whip up family breakfasts. Got a big day planned? Layout a quick buffet of donuts and croissants with coffee and juice. Feeling leisurely? Flip some pancakes, or make an easy breakfast casserole with bread, eggs, sausage, and cheese! Bring recipes, explore Pigeon Forge’s food shops, and experiment in your vacation kitchen. Have a picnic breakfast on the deck!
Enjoy breakfast as you watch the river flow through the water wheel of this 200-year-old mill. The Southern country breakfast includes homemade biscuits, eggs, seasonal preserves, and grits ground right here in the Mill. The Biscuit Breakfast offers grits and sausage gravy with biscuits--add eggs and meats as you like. Omelets, pancakes, and cinnamon raisin pecan French toast round out the menu.
If you’ve ever craved breakfast for lunch, or at 11 p.m., Mel’s Classic Diner is your kind of place! This old-school diner serves breakfast all day and into the night. Omelets, eggs, pancakes, grits, golden hash browns, biscuits, and more are on the menu. Try “Big Daddy’s Gut Buster” breakfast if you dare, or the Big Stack breakfast with pancakes, eggs, and meat.
The huge buffet a Reagan's House of Pancakes lets you choose your own delights and stack your plate the way you want. Your chef makes eggs to order while you browse the fluffy pancakes, French toast, meats, creamy grits, fresh fruit, and pancake toppings. If a buffet isn’t your style, there’s a breakfast menu, served at your table. Regan’s has two Pigeon Forge locations.
Brick and Spoon features New Orleans and island flair, like Creole omelet with shrimp, beignets, brioche French toast, and Caribbean omelet with jerk chicken. Eggs, biscuits, grits dishes, and sweet treats abound. Brunch adds eggs Benedict five different ways. Sip a mimosa or a specialty coffee and relax.