Restaurants in Morristown

Up to 50%% Off at CiCi's Pizza

Multiple Locations

$13.98 $7

Slices of pizza made with fresh dough round out self-served plates of pasta, salads, and desserts

50% Off at Parton’s Smokin’ Butz BBQ


$20 $10


Barbecue restaurant with a menu of comfort food such as pulled pork, baked beans, and St. Louis–style ribs with Parton's signature rub

Up to 50% Off Meat and Poultry, and Burgers


$50 $26

For the burgers, customers can choose from grass-fed beef, bison, turkey, yak, elk, or antelope

$7 for Mexican Cuisine at Mexico Lindo


$15 $7


Traditional Mexican entrees and desserts such as burritos in green sauce, chicken fajitas, enchiladas, and flan

Up to 50% Off Chinese Buffet at Mandarin House


$23.96 $12


Diners pile plates at a buffet filled with more than 100 items that include traditional Chinese cuisine, salad, and dessert dishes

50% Off Indian Cuisine at Bombay Palace


$14 $7


Chicken marinated in yogurt and cooked in a clay oven, lamb blanketed in spicy almond sauce, and saffron shrimp atop basmati rice

Half Off Sushi and Japanese Food at Koko Japanese Grill


$20 $10


Sizzling grilled chicken cutlets, seafood, and steak roll out of open kitchen; sushi chefs fashion specialty maki rolls

50% Off Comfort Fare at Riverstone Family Restaurant


$20 $10


Rustic family-style eatery filled with Southern comfort fare such as fried okra, buttermilk pancakes & country-ham sandwiches

50% Off at Trailhead Steakhouse


$20 $10


Chefs flame-kiss steaks & fillets of fish for patrons to pair with hearty sides & bottled beer amid log cabin-style wood planks

Up to Half Off Pizza and Sandwiches at Oskie's Sports Bar & Grill


$15.99 $8

Gourmet pizzas, loaded burgers, and Cuban sandwiches served amid live music

Up to 53% Off Southern Cuisine at Burchfield's

Oak Ridge

$18 $8.99

Kettle-fried chicken and buttermilk waffles, sautéed shrimp over cheddar-cheese grits, fried-green-tomato BLTs, and more

50% Off Diner Food at Copeland's of Kingston


$10 $5


Chicago-style hot dogs and Italian beef sandwiches share table space with hearty half-pound burgers inside 50s-style diner with retro décor

$11 for Asian Cuisine at Sogo Fusion


$20 $11


Traditional and innovative sushi rolls team up with spicy curries, grilled seafood, hot teas, and Japanese sodas

Up to 50% Off Latin Food at Bandidos Latin Kitchen


$26 $13


Cooks butcher organic, hormone-free meats from local farms for trout tacos and other inventive twists on Latin dishes

Half Off Italian Food at Iannucci's Pizzeria & Italian Restaurant

Multiple Locations

$24 $12


Family-friendly pizzeria builds pies from hand-tossed dough and housemade sauce, also crafting pasta classics such as baked ziti

Up to 53% Off at Fat Cats Billiards


$40 $19


An unlimited number of players enjoy an hour of pool while sipping beer and snacking on chicken tenders and burgers

$10 for Classic Diner Food at Cruizers

Upper Hominy

$20 $10

Classic 1950s-style diner serves char-grilled burgers, milk shakes, and breakfast all day long

Up to 50% Off at Green Room Bistro & Bar

Downtown Asheville

$20 $11


Comfort-cuisine like smoked fried chicken, bison burgers, Belgian-style pommes frites with choice of 11 sauces, and house smoked deli meats

40% Off Pub Food at Lexington Avenue Brewery

Downtown Asheville

$20 $12

Upscale comfort food is assembled using local ingredients and served within a brewery and music venue with industrial decor

45% Off at Hana Japanese Restaurant

Downtown Asheville

$22 $12


A large selection of sushi rolls, noodle bowls, and hibachi-cooked cuisine

Up to 50% Off Casual American Food at Blue Sky Café


$16 $8


Hand-formed burgers topped with bacon, mushrooms, and swiss cheese, vegan wraps, kids’ menu, and a large, inventive new brunch menu

Half Off Pizza and Sub Sandwiches at Jet's Pizza


$20 $10


Signature deep-dish pizza, wings, Turbo Stix, and Jet's subs

48% Off Mexican Food at Quixote Restaurant


$25 $13


One step inside wood-paneled dining room, and you'll be met by smells of chimichurri-marinated skirt steak and shrimp with chipotle sauce

45% Off Thai Food at Lime Leaf


$20 $11


Entrees may be prepared mild, medium, or hot, according to each diner’s preference

Up to 50% Off American Food at Tennessee State Park Restaurants

Multiple Locations

$20 $11

Dine on catfish, Southern cuisine, or a buffet while at one of eight state-park restaurants, each with a picturesque view

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Guests may choose to attend their lesson and dinner at one of two of English's fine New York establishments: Ça Va or Olives. When booking, keep in mind that Olives is closed for renovations January–February.

3416 Householders St.
Pigeon Forge,

T.G.I. Friday's transforms the six worst days of the week into the only day of the week that is acceptable to most Americans. Friday's is equipped to fill your life with Jack Daniel's sauce and endless salad and breadsticks. The multipronged menu contains prongs for burgers, sandwiches, salads and soups, seafood, pastas, chicken, and more so that any craving-flame can be put out.

2794 Parkway
Pigeon Forge,

Greenbrier Restaurant fills belly caverns with a varied menu of American fare inside a historic log cabin eatery. The vegetables provolone features melted provolone cheese cloaking fresh sautéed vegetables ($14.95), while the slow-roasted and hand-carved roast prime rib comes served with its own savory jus ($21.95 for 10 oz., $26.95 for 14 oz.). Travel back to a time when societies dined underwater with a seafaring starter, such as the crabmeat-stuffed mushrooms with a homemade crabmeat dressing ($8.95), or the shrimp cocktail with tender shrimp smothered in cocktail sauce ($8.95). Instead of whipping up a crayon soufflé, grub-hankering youngsters can be sated by noshing on an entree from the children's menu, such as the fried chicken tenders, deep-fried shrimp, or cheeseburger ($6.95 each). Built in 1939, the dining room features a wood fireplace, exposed wood accents, and floor-to-ceiling windows offering a pristine woodland view.

370 Newman Rd

The original stonework laid down in 1940 makes an impressive foundation for Tuckasiegee River Mountain Lodge, and innkeepers Nancy and John Hopp fully embrace that history by giving the B&B a mid 20th-century theme. From the dining area’s soda fountain to staging weekly ice-cream socials to putting 1950s programming on TVs every afternoon, Tuckasiegee River Mountain Lodge is an homage to a bygone era. With 14 surrounding acres of hardwood forests, the lodge also has an inherent rustic quality that its rooms and suites tap into through wood-paneled walls, log furniture, and fireplaces. Some overlook the nearby mountains, and others face the gardens. A cannonball bed and chest from the 1800s and other antiques continue the historical references found throughout the common areas. Meals include a complimentary breakfast made to order with options including casseroles, waffles, and quiche. Lunch is served from the onsite restaurant's menu of salads and sandwiches, and dinner consists of five entree offerings every evening.Tuckasiegee River Mountain Lodge also makes a cozy home base for exploring the Great Smoky Mountains National Park’s hiking trails and fishing sites, located just 30 minutes away. During warmer days you can also whitewater raft on the nearby Tuckasegee and Nantahala Rivers.

1475 Smoky Cove Rd

At Big Daddy's Pizzeria, a 550-degree wood-fired brick oven bakes handcrafted dough, house-made sauces, and fresh ingredients into specialty pizzas. The Pigeon Forge eatery is the newest of five restaurants owned by the Johnson family—a local family that has nourished Sevier County with fresh cuisine for the past 20 years. Chefs cover 10- and 12-inch thin crusts with their traditional palomino sauce—a fusion of homespun alfredo and marinara—before tossing the pies with gourmet soy-cheese, gorgonzola, prime-rib, or pine-nut toppings. The Johnsons' house-made focaccia cushions wood-fired sandwiches, and glasses brim with draft beers and wine. In the spacious dining room, a pastoral countryside mural and framed artwork beam down upon cushy red booths and white-clothed tables, while a wooden awning and brick walls surround an outdoor patio. At the Pigeon Forge location, a brand-new arcade entertains guests with video games, providing a welcome diversion from thinking about how their stomachs are as happy as a dentist swimming through the Colgate factory's toothpaste river.

1820 Parkway

At Kinkaku Japanese Steak House, the chefs show off their culinary chops by preparing sushi and hibachi in front of visitors’ eyes. At the sushi bar, they slice morsels of sashimi or roll aesthetically pleasing creations of rice and pieces of seafood that include spicy tuna, eel, and shrimp tempura. The maki rolls are held together by sheets of nori, deep-green seaweed paper tinged with salinity.

At teppanyaki tables, several diners sit around a wide flat grill and watch food transform before their eyes. In a clattering flurry of knives and spatulas, chefs prepare piles of chicken teriyaki, scallops, and steak before serving them with veggies, fried rice, and shrimp. Revelry swells as servers carry out trays of sake and imported Japanese beers and hide pamphlets about how many teddy bears get thrown into the ocean each year.

3152 Parkway
Pigeon Forge,