Where to eat in Cosby area from our cabin
There are two country restaurants just off our road on Hwy 321. At the end of our road, just turn right for about 100 yards and you will be at the BP station and Momma’s Kitchen. It is good food and nice people. They are open until 9 PM. All smoking will stop in public buildings in October, 2007 (good biscuits and gravy)
As you get to the end or our road and turn left then go about a mile and you will see Janice’s Restaurant on the left. It is just across from the furniture builder Bob and Cindy, they are on the right. They used to run the Family Restaurant that is now Momma’s Kitchen. They now have their own. At Janice’s Get the Philly cheese steak sandwich it is great. ( good biscuits and gravy) Pinto beans and corn bread can be had at either restaurant. They are open until 8 PM.
I should include Carver’s Apple House. It is 3-4 miles down the road (Hwy 321)
(turn right on Hwy321) towards Gatlinburg, it is on the left. They have great breakfasts, (biscuits need help) lunches and dinners, or suppers depending on where you came from.
Carvers have wonderful Mountain Apples, delicious fried apple pies, a fruit and vegetable market, plus homemade candy. Killer views from the dining area!!
Rusty Barn just opened next to Lowe’s and Wal-Mart Super Store …
great stuff!!!! Just off Cosby Hwy .
If you want Mexican go the Front Porch which is half way to Janice’s on the right
only open on Thursday- Sunday live bluegrass music on the weekends.
El Carreta on the main road just across the bridge over I-40 in Newport is good
Mexican food as well ..Great flan..
In Gatlinburg, Sevierville, and Pigeon Forge there are over 335 restaurants so take, your choice.
Cracker Barrel, Ruby Tuesdays and the like, just over the bridge of I-40 is Hardies, McDonalds, KFC, Taco Bell, Arby’s, Pizza Hut and all of the fast food restaurants.
Carver’s Apple house great fried apple pies. local produce
Good Mexican food local Bluegrass bands play on weekends