Tuesday, October 25, 2016
Little Tokyo Hibachi Grill and Sushi Bar in Pigeon Forge is the place to satisfy your yen for oriental cuisine. They are conveniently located on Teaster Lane in the heart of Pigeon Forge and offer a room for Hibachi dining and show, and a separate room for enjoying freshly prepared Sushi, Hibachi prepared entrees and Little Tokyo specials. You can also enjoy beer, wine and Sake with your meal.
The Hibachi show is a very enjoyable and exciting way to watch your food being prepared and be entertained at the same time. The Hibachi Chefs are entertainers in their own right and each one has their own special way of presenting and preparing your food, be it chicken, shrimp, steak, fish or all of the above. Your table is the audience and you find yourself relaxing and visiting with the people around the grill even if you don't know them. The Hibachi experience at Little Tokyo is fun for all ages, especially little ones whose eyes grow wide and wider as the flames leap from the grill and the Volcano spews smoke from the onion stack.
The food is the draw at Little Tokyo. Hibachi prepared food is not only fun to see but wonderful to eat, especially when you are watching the efforts and ingredients that go into its preparation. And if you are a Sushi fan, then Little Tokyo not only has a good selection of rolls and nigiri, but they also have, as one customer stated, "some inventive rolls, including an eel/yellowtail roll that I had never seen before. Also I loved their sake selection".
For a video from Little Tokyo, to get a coupon, or find directions and more, click on the Little Tokyo link in the first line of copy, and to find out more about the Great Smoky Mountains of Tennessee, Shopping, Dining, Attractions and Live Theater shows, go to the Best Read Guide site at http://www.bestreadguidesmokymountains.com/.
Tuesday, October 18, 2016
The Grand Majestic Theater in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee, offers you three choices of entertaining shows with a yummy dinner. You can see Soul of Motown, Hazzard Hoedown or Hit Parade while enjoying an all you can eat dinner featuring chicken, spaghetti, Bar-B-Que, delicious sides and dessert.
The Soul of Motown is a top-rate concert tribute to the music and stars of Motown. You will hear music by The Platters, Jackson 5, The Temptations, Smokey Robinson and the Miracles, and great girl groups like Diana Ross and the Supremes. The music and the fancy stepping on stage will have you singing and clapping along to songs you know and love.
Hazzard Hoedown is a tip-of-the-hat to the Dukes of Hazzard story with the Duke's and their nemesis, Boss Hogg. But the Hazzard Hoedown has added lots of music, singing, dancing and comedy to present a hand-clapping, rip-roaring musical fun fest that will entertain an delight you no matter what your age or where your from.
Take a musical journey with the Jukebox Hits from the '50's and '60's with Hit Parade. You will enjoy songs and dancing from 1950's and 1960's groups like Elvis, Frankie Vallie, Neil Diamond, the 5th Dimension, Bill Haley and the Comets, Tina Turner and Kool and the Gang. Plus you will be treated to Gospel Favorites and a Patriotic Salute to our military. You will do everything but scream and rush the stage as Hit Parade brings back the sights, sounds, music and costumes of our favorite decades of rock 'n' roll music.
Grand Majestic offers combo tickets for multiple shows, and you can get more information on Soul of Motown and the other great Grand Majestic Theater shows at http://www.smokymountainsbrochures.com/Theaters/Pigeon%20Forge/TN/Soul%20of%20Motown%20at%20The%20Grand%20Majestic%20Theater/18969. For more entertainment and dining options go to http://www.bestreadguidesmokymountains.com/ for coupons and Smoky Mountain information.
Tuesday, October 11, 2016
Mother Nature presents a new palette of colors every fall and you never know what colors will express themselves. But at the Old Mill Restaurant you can count on the quality and abundance of food every time you visit no matter what the season. But during the fall season the pumpkin pie and biscuits slathered with Old Mill's apple butter seem to taste even better.
The Old Mill Restaurant is one of the Smoky Mountains' great dining experiences. The big, two-story restaurant sits next to the Old Mill General Store and many diners can sit and watch the water wheel for the grist mill turning and the water from the Pigeon River spilling over the dam. The breads, biscuits, pancakes and muffins served at the Old Mill Restaurant are made with grains ground next door at the mill in the General Store, and those ground grain products are available to buy and make your own tasty treats at home. But the Old Mill Restaurant is about the food, old-fashioned Southern comfort food served with Southern hospitality.
Don't forget, you can take home the ingredients for many of the Old Mill Restaurant's foods, especially the stone-ground grains for making biscuits, pancakes, muffins and breads. You can also get apple and other fruit butters, syrups, jams, jellies, chow chow, mixes, salsa, condiments and sauces at the Old Mill General Store. The bridge into Old Mill Square is always decorated with flowers but during the fall you will see mums, corn stalks, gourds and pumpkins added to the decorations on the buildings, walkways and signs making the Old Mill Restaurant and the Square even more festive and inviting.
Find out more about the Old Mill Restaurant, watch a video, get directions and a fudge coupon at http://www.smokymountainsbrochures.com/Dining/Pigeon%20Forge/TN/Old%20Mill%20Restaurant/151.
Tuesday, October 4, 2016
You've heard of the Family Feud and if you've been to Pigeon Forge, Tennessee, you've heard of the Hatfield & McCoy Dinner Show feud. No, this isn't a food fight or a pie fight, this is the longest running feud in American history between the two mountain families the Hatfields and the McCoys. How it started and why it started doesn't seem to matter anymore as both families are ready to slap leather to defend the honor of their family. But this feud isn't settled by bullets but by dancing and music. Dancing and Music?? Let me explain.
The Hatfield & McCoy Dinner Show is an entertainment extravaganza where fast feet and flying fingers matter more than quick draws and straight shooting. You see the Mayor and the Sheriff are working to keep the peace and have convinced the the two families to compete with high energy dancing and great music. Everyone in the audience is a winner as you can enjoy your country feast as the fast and furious dancers and talented pickers from each family combine to provide feast for the ears and eyes with top quality music, dancing, feats of strength, jaw dropping stunts and comedy.
We keep mentioning feasts, so let me tell you
about the Hatfield & McCoy Dinner Show Full Southern Homestyle Feast. Start off with Southern Style Creamy Soup, and dip in some of Ma's Hot Homemade Bread if you like, The main course include Feudin' Fried Chick'n AND Open Pit Pulled-to-Pieces Pork Barbecue! Add the sides - Smashed Mashed Taters, Buttery Corn on the Cob and No Tellin' What's In It Coleslaw - and you have a Country Feast! Then top it off with Granny's Famous Specialty Dessert and wash it all down with sweet tea or a soft drink. Whooo-eeee! That's eatin'!!
So whether you come for the feasting or the entertaining, you will get a full helping of both at the Hatfield and McCoy Dinner Show. Come early and explore the grounds as they are full of hillbilly sayin's, critters and antiques (you know, junk), and the gift shop is full of unique and cuddly gifts - unlike any of the Hatfields or McCoys. Now if you want to ride some rides or play some games, you can find out more at the Best Read Guide website at http://bestreadguidesmokymountains.com/. You can also get coupons, maps and information on places to eat, shop and play, and even great places to stay. Pull on your overalls and join the fun in the Smokies at the Hatfield & McCoy Dinner Show!