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Monday, February 9, 2009

Applewood Farmhouse Restaurant

If you like down-home, family-style, country cookin' like your mama or grandma used to make back in the good ol' days.....then do I have a restaurant for you! The Applewood Farmhouse Restaurant is located at the Apple Barn in Sevierville/Pigeon Forge near the Great Smoky Mountains in East Tennessee.

12 comments:

Jim said...

I love the look of the place. I bet it has some great cooking for a cold day.

Rambling Round said...

What a great place. I love the apple decoration, and the food sounds like food that I like to eat.

Hilda said...

I love how it looks! Do they let guests just sit on the porch? It looks like a lovely place to watch nothing in particular.

JM said...

This is so invinting! What a lovely building! I would definitely come inside.

Hope said...

Hilda...yes, you may sit on the porch and relax! In fact, we spent some time on the porch ourselves!

Hope said...

This building was a former farmhouse that families lived in....and it was converted into a restaurant. The interior of the restaurant is broken up into rooms just as a house would be. So it is a very cozy and quieter dining experience. Still family style though....lots of families with children!

Lois said...

We have a similar restaurant here that used to be an old farmhouse. This sounds like a great place!

Boise Diva said...

I want to go there for breakfast!

Tanya said...

What a great looking place, love the photo Hope :)

gogouci said...

I'm convinced that if I ever visit Knoxville, I'd have to pack elastic waisted sweats because I'd do nothing but eat at all these yummy places you post. Let's just say I'd come home with more baggage than I started with. If you know what I mean.

Laurie said...

I'll bet they can make a mean bowl of cheese grits!

Leedra said...

You captured the homey feel of this place so well.

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