Huck Finn’s Catfish Chicken and Steaks

A local’s review of Huck Finn’s Catfish in Pigeon Forge, TN. If you like southern hospitality, catfish, chicken, steakes, and vittles, then try Huck Finn’s in Pigeon Forge!

If you like southern-fried foods, sweet tea, and southern hospitality then look no further. Huck Finn’s in Pigeon Forge is known for an amazing “all u can eat” meal that includes “vittles” which is:

  • Bottomless Bowl of Baked White Beans & Ham
  • Fresh Ground coleslaw with our secret dressing
  • Huck’s famous hush puppies
  • Dill Pickles & Sweet Onion Slices

Now if you’re sitting there thinking, “Well DANG! That’s a meal in itself!”…you’re right! You can order just the vittles as an entire meal and you’ll leave waddling out. Just make sure you park at the lower end of the parking lot to make it easier to get to your car! If, on the other hand, you’d like to add some meat to your meal, then go for the “all u can eat” which includes your choice of southern fried chicken, fried catfish, or you can get a little of both with some fried chicken and fried catfish fillets! To wash all of this down they will bring you a big ole’ mason jar (if you don’t know what a mason jar is… well… come and relax in the south for a bit) full of tea, lemonade, or Pepsi products. I highly suggest the sweet tea!

Huck Finn’s is owned by one of the nicest businessmen in Pigeon Forge and he has a great staff that will keep your plates full, your glasses filled to the rim, and your bellies stuffed! This is definitely the one place for southern-fried food in Pigeon Forge.

Huck Finn’s
3330 Parkway
Pigeon Forge, TN 37863
(865) 429-3353

Mama’s Farmhouse

Mama’s Farmhouse in Pigeon Forge offers southern food like your mama used to make.

Sometimes, no matter where you find yourself, you just want a little home cookin’ – cookin’ only the way your mom or grandmother could do it. For southerners, it’s biscuits and gravy, fried chicken, mashed potatoes, green beens, fruit cobbler…. Those types of things.

Well, Pigeon Forge has come through again, this time in the form of Mama’s Farmhouse, a southern cookin’ family restaurant that would leave even a gourmet’s mouth watering at the sight of Mama’s sweet potato pancakes or fried fish. Those, as well as many other southern staples like country fried steak, pinto beans, cornbread, fried okra, and banana pudding can be found on the menu at Mama’s Farmhouse, 208 Pickel Street, in Pigeon Forge.

But don’t just come for lunch and dinner, Mama’s has all the breakfast helpings you can handle, and kids age 5 & under eat for FREE! Group and tour bus prices are available as well.

At Mama’s, their mission is to be the best at what they do while making Mama proud. Don’t take our word for it, take theirs:

“Our mission is to be the restaurant of choice because we have honored the legacy of ‘Mama’. We will strive to exceed our guests’ expectations and provide a warm, pleasing dining experience just as Mama once did for her family. To achieve this end, we must hold ourselves to the highest possible standards of excellence for service and food. We will dedicate ourselves to these values and principles. We will be committed to developing leadership skills and to encouraging empowerment of our employees, just like Mama raised her kids. We will embrace the challenge of constant self-evaluation to improve our performance as both the restaurant and employer of choice. Our goal is simple:

Mama’s was recently list in “Where To Eat” by the Atlanta Journal-Constitution. Check out their lunch and dinner menus here.

Next time you’re at Mama’s in Pigeon Forge, be sure to check out a few of the local Pigeon Forge attractions as well as other Smoky Mountain attractions and shopping opportunities in the Pigeon Forge area.