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A Travel Blog entry by chrisleslie from Great Smoky Mountains National Park, Tennessee, United States
... that. I bought myself some decent hiking shoes that would prove to be invaluable the next day. We had a nice dinner at a brewery - Marc forgot his ID (darn American rules) but we managed to successfully sneak him a few beers. Afterwards Louise and ...
A Travel Blog entry by wiscampsin from Great Smoky Mountains National Park, Tennessee, United States
... It was not really our scene but I needed to get some “work” in so we decided to check out the Smoky Mountain Brewery for a couple of beers since they had a nice happy hour. The brewery looked like a giant winter lodge and the beers ...
A Travel Blog entry by jwatson from Gatlinburg, Tennessee, United States
... queens or the like, which was prefect for us. After showers and general unpacking and relaxing, we walked down the street to Smoky Mountain Brewery for a much needed dinner and night out. There was steak and burgers and plenty of beer to go around, and we ...
A Travel Blog entry by hikerdad51 from Gatlinburg, Tennessee, United States
... its charms: the garlic rolls at the self-proclaimed Best Italian Restaurant, French dip at the Alamo, microbrews at Smoky Mountain Brewery, the extensive collection of trail guides and nature photographs at Beneath the Smoke, an endless supply of ...
A Travel Blog entry by tonnicden from Gatlinburg, Tennessee, United States
... worn out by the time we were near the museum, so we didn't go in. Looked fun though. We ate dinner at the Smoky Mountain Brewery. The food was good and the beer adequate. We walked the long way back to our hotel because we couldn't figure out where ...
A Travel Blog entry by hollynjym from Gatlinburg, Tennessee, United States
... took some pictures. Great view from up there. We finally made out way down into town and walked around for a while in the shops and had dinner at Smoky Mountain Brewery. It was so nice to see them again and to laugh and ...
A Travel Blog entry by nomad143 from Laoshan, Shandong Sheng, China
... that if I took a bus two hours north, I would come to Laoshan, an area of eighty square kilometers that encompasses a mountain, a Taoist temple, multiple caves, waterfalls, tea plantations, and hiking trails. I also read about a set of steps built ...
A Travel Blog entry by chadmarco from Charleston, South Carolina, United States
... the Appalachians and/or the Smoky Mountains. Everyone we’ve met says to check out Asheville NC near the corridor of the Smoky Mountain National Park so we’re heading inland and up in elevation aka, the "highlands". Note: they call this ...
A Travel Blog entry by roadtrip_usa from Jacksonville, Florida, United States
... . The sunset view over the water really helped soak it up as we drank a few GnTs.... Best Night Out - 'The Smoky Moutains Brewery' Gatlinburg, Tennesse. I don't know whether it was the massive ale, the half-cow steak or the experience of having just ...
A Travel Blog entry by roadtrip_usa from Charlottesville, Virginia, United States
... with two parts all the same - the accommodation in Gatlinburg was great, and you can see from the dinner we had at the Smoky Mountains Brewery the night before, it was an early night so we could have an early get away to make it to Charlottesville, VA - ...
A Travel Blog entry by mieismie from Punta Arenas, Patagonia, Chile
... plain alongside a small lake full of massive chunks of blue ice from the adjoining glacier. Another 20 minutes up along a small mountain and we were at a beautiful mirador over viewing the Glacier Grey. Amazing! To conclude our tour we crossed the Rio ...
A Travel Blog entry by jennydavey from Lubbock, Texas, United States
... garlic button mushrooms on the side. Both meals came with great salads – Matt’s had an awesome smoky chipotle dressing – and the brewery’s homemade wheat-beer bread and honey butter. They had a nice selection of their own brews, ...
A Travel Blog entry by ivanandchris from Salzburg, Austrian Alps, Austria
... a water wheel. Next is a little cemetery and from here you can see buildings and churches actually joined to the side of the mountain and old turrets of the once walled city defending itself over many years.We find the Stiegl brewery/ restaurant which has ...
A Travel Blog entry by jwatson from Hot Springs, North Carolina, United States
... Day 25 - 15.9 miles. Davenport Gap Shelter to Cherry Creek Trail Day 26 - 17.6 miles. Cherry Creek Trail to Deer Park Mountain Shelter Day 27 - 3.2 miles. Deer Park Mountain Shelter to Hot Springs, NC Days 28 & 29 - Double zero in Asheville, NC Day 30 ...
A Travel Blog entry by larry_shirley from Kelowna, British Columbia, Canada
... tunnels, originally built at the turn of the last century, and rebuilt again (near exact replica) between 2003 and 2008 when the Okanagan Mountain Park Fire claimed 12 of the trestle bridges. To bike or walk it is to take a look back in history ...
A Travel Blog entry by wwoofers from Gifu, Chubu, Japan
... ...the suits of armor were tiny!). The real highlight of the day was an unexpected surprise. Back at the foot of the mountain we happened upon the Gifu Insect Museum and for a mere 500 yen we spent the rest of the afternoon in mesmerized silence as ...
A Travel Blog entry by blakekelsey from Lake Placid, New York, United States
... peaks were covered in clouds. It actually looked really neat with the smoky white clouds blowing right past your face in the open mountain air. A trip to Lake Placid was definitely necessary. We went on Father’s Day on a Sunday afternoon, so it was ...
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1004 Parkway, Suite 501, , Gatlinburg, Tennessee, United States814 reviews
Brewery and restaurant combo is a fun place to take the family with its fresh mountain micro-brewed beer plus traditional pizza, one-of-a-kind subs and sandwiches.