A Real Log Cabin Dinner in the Smokies
How would you like to eat a delicious meal in a historic log cabin? Located right around the corner from our Gatlinburg white water rafting, The Greenbrier Restaurant serves quality French, Italian and American favorites in a rustic log structure built in 1939. Family owned and operates, this restaurant is the perfect place for dinner, drinks and dessert in the Smokies.
A Restaurant With History
Before becoming a restaurant, The Greenbrier served as a bed and breakfast for forty years. Known as the Greenbrier Lodge, this authentic log cabin was a popular destination for hunters, travelers and vacationers in the Great Smoky Mountains. In 1980, Dean and Barbara Hadden purchased the Lodge and converted it into the Greenbrier Restaurant. Today, the restaurant is run by their son David Hadden, his wife Becky and their son Jordan.
The Greenbrier Restaurant offers a diverse menu that draws from a variety of culinary traditions. The appetizer selection features the classic French dish Escargot Ala Bourguignon, snails served in mushrooms caps smothered in garlic butter, and the Southern favorite, Deep Fried Lobster. Entrees include tilapia, shrimp, steak, trout, chicken, pork and lobster. The Greenbrier is also famous for its selection of homemade salad dressings. Be sure to save room for dessert, because The Greenbrier’s strawberry cheesecake and chocolate brownie sundaes are simply irresistible.
Dinner at The Greenbrier Restaurant is a great way to relax after a fun day of Gatlinburg white water rafting. Smoky Mountain Outdoors offers exhilarating white water rafting trips along the Upper and Lower Pigeon River. Guests are guaranteed a safe, fun, and unforgettable rafting adventures. Visit our Reservations page to book your next trip, or give us a call at 1-800-771-7238.