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February 21, 2008
by Sandy Goes
Staten Island, New York
February 2, 2007
From journal Great Smoky Mountains
November 5, 2005
From journal Anniversary Getaway
High Point, North Carolina
October 16, 2003
The atmosphere is large and open, with much of the front wall being glass.
It’s in the same restaurant family as the Smoky Mountain Brewery across the street and several of the local beers are available from the bar.
See the website.
From journal A Week in the Smokies
September 5, 2003
My husband had the ribeye, and I had their "Prosperity Steak," which they claim to be their most popular steak. Both entrees were immediately declared delicious by both of us. My steak was served with a Worcestershire butter that certainly added to the steak's great flavor, and both steaks were cooked to perfection as requested. Our server suggested the Cheddar dressing for our house salad, and we were not disappointed at all. The salad and cheese dressing were great, especially with the bacon that was on the salad.
There is a large fireplace in the dining area that helps one to unwind, and the restaurant is right on the Parkway, so you can browse the many shops and "walk your dinner off" if you desire. You can go across the street and ride the Aerial Tramway if adventure is your goal, or you can choose the Baskin-Robbins across the street if satisfying your ice cream cravings are part of your indulgences. Either way you choose, dinner at Cherokee Grill is a great way to start or end your evening in Gatlinburg on the Parkway.
From journal Gatlinburg R & R
August 16, 2002
From journal Smoky Mountain Vacation