Tennessee January 12, 2019
This Old Fashioned Restaurant In The Tennessee Mountains Will Take You Back To Simpler Times
There’s something about an old fashioned meal, served up in a classy, old school restaurant that tugs right at the heartstrings. It makes us think about the way things used to be. The way the world was to our parents, our grandparents. A homey piece of history that’s been forgotten to time. If you’re looking to fall in love with the world that once was, you need to make your way to the fairy tale-esque beauty of the Wild Plum Tea Room.
Wild Plum Tea Room is located in Gatlinburg, Tennessee, and it's a family-owned restaurant that has managed to hone the art of home into a gorgeous, old fashioned space. The tea room is located in the Gatlinburg Arts and Crafts Community, and has proven to be both a local and tourist favorite.
There are three places where you can enjoy a meal, including the main dining area, a screened in front porch and an outdoor patio that's open during warmer seasons.
Known for its darling interior and famous chicken salad, Wild Plum is great for folks who subscribe to all sorts of diets including vegan, vegetarian, and gluten-free. Here, you'll find yourself indulging in a delicious southern lunch or perhaps a cup of tea, if you're feeling frisky.
The tea room has been open and family-owned since 1984, making it a true local gem. It was named as one of the ten best restaurants in the state by The Tennessean, and has even received a Certificate of Excellence from TripAdvisor.
The rustic setting only adds to the old fashioned experience you'll find at Wild Plum. With the mountains right outside of your window and burbling creeks down the road, there's no better place to indulge in a sandwich or muffin.
You'll leave with a full belly and a happy heart. This is where you come to really feel a part of the south, where you indulge in the community and laugh alongside your neighbors, making many a memory.
Have you ever visited before? Are you planning on coming by for lunch sometime soon?
You can visit for yourself at 555 Buckhorn Road in the heart of Gatlinburg, Tennessee, beginning with their reopening in January 2019. Happy noshing!
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