Saturday, April 13, 2013

The Old Mill of Pigeon Forge, TN.

MQTlogoa The Old Mill of Pigeon Forge, TN. ( A MUST STOP IF YOU’R IN THE AREA )














In the early 1800's, a water-powered gristmill on the banks of the Little Pigeon River became one of the main hubs of activity in the small mountain community of Pigeon Forge, Tennessee. In those days, the mill faithfully produced the meals and flours that were crucial for the day-to-day existence of the Smokies' early settlers. In fact, The Old Mill even furnished electricity for the town until 1935. READ MORE


The Old Mill Restaurant…

“You simply haven't experienced true Southern cuisine until you've sat down to an old-fashioned breakfast, lunch, or dinner at The Old Mill Restaurant. Located adjacent to our historic Old Mill, this dining spot has earned us a reputation as one of the top restaurants in the Smokies.” READ MORE..Joe Todd says, “This is a must stop.”

older Thanks for stopping by…Make sure to check out the OLD MILL RESTAURANT MENU and don’t skimp on the Southern Style Corn Chowder

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Unknown said...

This is a destination I would love to visit!

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Snowy said...

Once you guys started venturing out of Tennessee, you just didn't stop, eh? I enjoyed the photos. My ancestors were Eat Tennesseans in the not too distant past.

Linda G. said...

I would like to see this mill in person! The restaurant cuisine sounds delicious.

Spare Parts and Pics said...

I would love to eat at that Old Mill Restaurant! Looks wonderful.

E.liza"BETH" said...

we have been there several times when visiting Dolly. gorgeous mill. love it!! great pics. ( :

we have been in hunt for mills around these parts lately. such fun.

enjoy your sunday.

Yogi♪♪♪ said...

Nice pics, I really like old buildlings and such restored and repurposed.

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TONY LETTS said...

Nice pigeon mill - I didn't even know you could make bread out of pigeons :)

Lona said...

I was there a few times as a child. I would love to see it again now when I am older and would appreciate it much more. Great history and pictures Joe.

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

We ate there! How was the traffic? It must have been late summer when we stayed in Pigeon Forge and the traffic was incredible between there and Gatlinburg.

Snowy said...

"Once you guys started venturing out of Tennessee, you just didn't stop, eh?"

I meant Ohio.

Jenn Jilks said...

So few of these remain! Very cool!