In Morristown, in the Smoky Mountains, eat at Sagebrush Steakhouse
Here’s another great restaurant in the Smoky Mountains area: the Sagebrush Steakhouse.
It’s in Morristown, where Davy Crockett grew up.
It’s one of those huge, wood buildings with big tables and acres of room for when after you eat and you got de big belly.
It has some great, local dishes, like cheese pistols, sweetwater salmon (bourbon marinated), grilled mountain trout, rodeo chicken and Billy Boy chicken.
Start off with a Sagebrush Pina Colada and/or a Blue Tornado Margarita.
Get your sides of bunkhouse beans, kicked up collard greens or Redskin mashed potatoes.
Finish the whole deal off with home-made bread pudding.
Make no mistake, mountain man, this is some good eating.
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