Tennessee November 30, 2017
7 One-Of-A-Kind Dinner Adventures You Can Only Have In Tennessee
Here’s the thing: we all have to eat dinner. We all have to enjoy breakfast and lunch, a few snacks, preferably. But when dinner comes with a show or an experience, THAT is the true treat. Check out these seven spots scattered throughout Tennessee, and fall in love with all of our amazing and affordable dining experiences. From one side of the state to the other, you really can’t miss this epic list.
7. Visit Pigeon Forge for a patriotic experience.
The Dixie Stampede in Pigeon Forge is a truly unique experience. Enjoy a four course home-cooked meal while watching the cast and their 32 horses put on one of the best shows in the Smokies.
6. Pull up at seat at Nashville's ultra-exclusive Catbird Seat.
While the Catbird seat may be one of the most expensive meals in Nashville, it's also one of the most raved about. Book your visit well in advance and show up to have a specially crafted menu just for your meal.
5. Enjoy dinner on the Cumberland River.
The General Jackson showboat is a Nashville icon, providing dinner shows and cruises from the Opryland hotel down the river to downtown Nashville. Be sure to book a night show so you can see all of the city lights from the water!
4. Have a glass of wine at this secluded mobster hideaway.
The High Pointe Restaurant was once owned by famous Chicago mobster Al Capone. The building even had escape hatches through the roof and secret underground tunnels used for smuggling alcohol in and out of the building. Now a fine-dining restaurant, you can visit for yourself!
3. Have you ever eaten dinner inside an aquarium?
The Aquarium restaurant in Opry Mills Mall is a once in a lifetime dining experience. Every wall is an aquarium, with the whole restaurant boasting over 200,000 gallons of salt water tanks.
2. Eat in a vintage dining car in Chattanooga.
The Chattanooga Choo Choo is a legendary train, but did you know that you can eat in it? That's right - the hotel that now occupies the old train station operates a restaurant out of some of the historic cars.
The cars are decked out like old diners, making for a fun and unique experience!
1. Enjoy a meal in the oldest townhouse in Nashville.
Also on the list of some of the nicest meals in Nashville, the Standard downtown is the last remaining townhouse in the downtown area. It's also the filming location of Brad Paisley and Alison Krauss's "Whiskey Lullaby" music video!
haunted bed and breakfast makes for even more fun!