As I mentioned in an earlier post, we decided to only shop with local merchants and restaurants. Our first night in Gatlinburg, TN we ate at The Alamo. I would definitely recommend this restaurant! The main parking lot was large enough to park at least 30 cars and the overflow parking area would hold at least 40 more. There is a gently flowing creek that cascades down a brook in between the two parking areas and a cute little foot bridge that crosses over it. The building itself was quaint and built in true Alamo style.
The atmosphere was romantic with dimly lit, quiet and peaceful tables spaced just the right amount of space apart from each other.
The staff were locals and you could hear their Townsend/Walland accent in their drawl. For a peek at their menu, click here. My husband said the steak was exceptional!! A very large salad comes with every entree.
We received an unexpected surprise when we were settling our ticket with the waitress. On Wednesdays during their “off-season” (we were there on Jan 9th, 2013) the entrees were buy one get one free!!
If you are planning a trip to Gatlinburg, TN you really must each at The Alamo Steak House.