Restaurants In Pigeon Forge | Margaritaville Island Hotel

Margaritaville Dining at the Island Hotel

A man and a woman are sitting in a bar. CHANGES IN LATITUDE LOBBY BAR
Depending on your journey, you just might need to visit this bar immediately upon arrival to get your attitude ready to experience everything that the area and the hotel have in store for you. Have a ceremonial margarita and a light bite to launch your mountain escape and chill on the patio overlooking the Little Pigeon River or by the lobby’s stone fireplace.

A group of people sitting in a bar CHILL BAR AND ROOFTOP POOL
The rooftop pool deck is a mini destination within the hotel and the best place in town to unwind. Work on your suntan, dip your toes in the water and relax with a frozen concoction from the Chill Bar or sneak in a nap in one of the shaded cabanas. After dark The Fountain Show and the Smoky Mountain Wheel light up the night for a vibrant view from the rooftop. The Chill Bar serves Cold Drinks, Margaritas, Ice-cold Beer, Sandwiches, Salads and Burgers.

Grab a quick to go coffee and breakfast sandwich to head out for a hike or linger over a latte and croissant as you map out your itinerary for the day.

Two girls and one man are sitting in a cafe on the street, and the waiter brings them food MARGARITAVILLE RESTAURANT
Margaritaville invites guests to raise a glass and take a bite out of paradise and most of all to relax and have a great time. Music is the key ingredient that seasons this crazy concoction of coastal-inspired comfort food, hand-crafted beverages and island atmosphere that began in 1979 with a song that made us dream of escaping to an idyllic place called Margaritaville. The two-story restaurant, with multiple bars, an exterior patio overlooking the Little Pigeon River, a fire pit and live performance stage, provides an entertaining experience with something for everyone. The menu features signature food items like the Cheeseburger in Paradise and Volcano Nachos. Other entrée items include the Shrimp Louis Wedge Salad, Fish Tacos, Steaks, LandShark Lager Fish and Chips, Jimmy’s Jammin Jambalaya, Seafood Mac and Cheese and Buttermilk Fried Chicken. There are plenty of appetizers to share with a specialty margarita or one of the 5 o’clock Somewhere rum cocktails. Make sure to save room for the Chocolate Hurricane for dessert!

The Island Dining

Enjoy family dining for your choice of breakfast, lunch and dinner. Putting out a big, ample spread is a point of pride for every Southern hostess: that’s her way of letting her guests know they’ll be taken care of, and they don’t need to hold back. That’s why Paula Deen’s meals tend to be served family style, with bowls on the table full of corn, slaw, fried okra, sweet potatoes, beans, sliced tomatoes, cucumbers, and onions. In addition to three great meals a day, enjoy an extensive gift shop with everything from cookbooks and cooking utensils to cutting boards and more. Call ahead seating is available for hotel guests. Hours: Sun-Thur 7:30am-10pm, Fri-Sat 7:30am-11pm

Inspired by the legendary hospitality of the people who have called the mountains their home for generations, this lodge-themed dining experience serves hearty food and delicious drink creations including the Rockytop Pork Nachos, Deep Mine Cheddar Pop’ems, Corn Dodgers and Timber Spears. The grill serves a variety of salads, burgers, sandwiches and tacos, along with entree items including the Gunpowder Ribeye, Twin Forks Honey-Glazed Fried Chicken, Double-Barrel Bourbon Chicken, Blackjack Salmon, and more.

Click here for a full list of the restaurants, bars, shops and attractions located on property at THE ISLAND.

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