slappybob wrote:I dont know if this has been mentioned or not but will Wild Eagle have a single rider line?
slither37 wrote: I would appreciate any tips for dining
First of all, definitely take advantage of Dollywood's amazing dining options. Seriously, just try as much as you can! If you do find yourself outside the park looking for someplace to eat, here are some suggestions: (The area has every place you can think of to eat, but these are a couple of options that are unique to the area)Southern Foodhttp://www.applewoodfarmhouserestaurant.com/home.html
This is pretty much turned into a tourist trap type place but the food is still really good. This is the place that brings you apple fritters with apple butter and apple julep with every meal. The apple fritters are pretty much amazing!http://www.oldmillsquare.com/restaurant.htm
Another restaurant that is pretty much its own tourist trap. Usually, rated the top restaurant in the area. Will be crowded most of the time.If you like beerhttp://www.coppercellar.com/Restaurant-SmokyMountainBrewery.html
Decent selection of beers probably the best in the area. Food is good too.ItalianGondolier Pizza
Love this restaurant! Only about five minutes from the park. They have pizza, italian staples, sandwiches, subs, pretty much everything.
There are also a TON of pancake house type places. I have been to a bunch of them and they are all about the same, but I can tell you the Pancake Pantry (most famous of the bunch) in Gatlinburg almost always has a line around the building.
If you are into miniature golf, you wont have a problem finding one. The most unique is certainly Hillbilly Golf in Gatlinburg.
There is also a show produced by Cirque Du Soleil located on the main drag between Pigeon Forge and Sevierville.
For anything else you could imagine doing in the area or most importantly avoid, feast your eyes on this masterpiece of a thread:Erik & Smisty's Smoky Mountain Adventures
molemaster43 wrote: hit Denny's, they're always good!