No matter what you like to eat, Orlando has a delicious excess of options for you to try. You’ll find everything from decked out restaurants to tasty holes-in-the-wall to beloved chains that got their start in Central Florida.
  • Themed Dining

    The land of theme parks doesn’t disappoint when it comes to dining. Try Toothsome Chocolate Emporium for a unique steampunk experience or Hoop-Dee-Doo Musical Revue for a western dinner show.

  • Local Favorite

    Eat as the locals do. Hit up Tako Cheena for Asian fusion, Se7en Bites for southern comfort, The Ravenous Pig for locally sourced cuisine, and Gideon’s Bakehouse for the Best. Cookies. Ever.

  • Homegrown Chains

    Some places have a cult following, but none more so than 4Rivers Smokehouse (hint: order the burnt ends). Other community favorites include Jeremiah’s Italian Ice, Graffiti Junktion, and Hawkers Asian Street Fare.

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Explore The Smoky Mountains

Your next outdoor adventure awaits in Tennessee’s Smoky Mountains. A trio of towns — Sevierville, Pigeon Forge, and Gatlinburg — are the gateway to the Great Smoky Mountains National Park and offer a plethora of attractions to entertain the whole family. So when you’re ready for your next mountain adventure, rest assured your resorts are Vacation Ready, with enhanced cleaning standards and safety protocols in place. 

Check out all the things to do in the Smoky Mountains right now, and start checking off your bucket list.


Adventure is waiting in the Smoky Mountains, from a spectacular national park to an array of local attractions.

Great Smoky Mountains National Park

Most of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park reopened to visitors on May 23. Hike more than 800 miles of trails, see the park’s preserved historic buildings, or take a scenic drive.


Dollywood’s theme park and water park in Pigeon Forge both opened to guests on June 17.

Ober Gatlinburg

While Ober Gatlinburg is known for skiing and snowboarding, it’s also a year-round attraction that reopened in May, with rides like a mountain coaster, an alpine slide, and a scenic aerial tram.

Ripley’s Aquarium of the Smokies

At Ripley’s Aquarium of the Smokies, a Gatlinburg attraction that reopened May 27, kids can pet stingrays, and watch penguins, turtles, and even sharks.


Explore all the Smoky Mountains have to offer, like hiking, whitewater rafting, scenic drives and more.

Dolly Parton’s Stampede

When visiting Dolly’s hometown, seeing her themed dinner show is a must. Dolly Parton’s Stampede, which features singing, dancing, and equestrian stunts, reopened on July 3.

Tanger Outlets

Find discounted brand names (think Karl Lagerfeld, Vera Bradley, and Ralph Lauren) at Tanger Outlets Sevierville. Many stores are open with options to shop in-person or via curbside pickup.

NASCAR Speed Park Smoky Mountains

Put the pedal to the metal at NASCAR Speed Park Smoky Mountains in Sevierville, which reopened in June. Family-friendly attractions include go-karts, bumper cars, miniature golf, and an arcade.


Fuel up for your next adventure at one of these must-try local restaurants. 

Local Goat

Local Goat offers locally sourced fare with a side of craft beer and cocktails. The menu features scratch-made pub favorites like whiskey-glazed chicken wings, baby back ribs, and gourmet burgers.

Elvira’s Cafe

Open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, Elvira’s Cafe serves up farm-fresh food in a welcoming atmosphere. Choose from a range of down-home menu items, like biscuits and gravy, a fried green tomato BLT, and blackened North Carolina trout.

Alamo Steakhouse

Hand-cut, aged, and seasoned to perfection is the motto at Alamo Steakhouse. In addition to the classic cuts on the menu, specialties include a horseradish-crusted filet, a peppercorn New York strip, and chili-rubbed pork chops.

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