The Peddler in Gatlinburg, Overpriced and Inferior

Two small new york strips, two salads, two potato' s and two glasses of wine cost 80.00. They offered canned green beans and fake butter. The steak was decent but so is alot of other places with steak at 10.95. When we went into the restaurant the hostess and two other woman ignored us until we insisted we be noticed and seated. We assumed they were snooty because we were casually dressed but once in the restaurant, we were dressed better than a lot of people, so they were just snooty? High prices should have better ingredients and service.
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Knoxville, Tennessee



The Peddler has not only become a Gatlinburg dining tradition, it is literally built upon tradition. The building is the former home of Charles Earl Ogle, Sr., a fourth generation Gatlinburg merchant. In 1958, he and wife Beth constructed their dream home on the banks of the Little Pigeon River from remnants of four old Sevier County cabins. The part of the lodging used to be a grocery store for a long time. Steaks Sophisticated, Inc., the Tennessee franchisee for The Peddler Steakhouse chain acquired the cabin, renovated it, and opened it as a restaurant in 1976. Since then the Peddler serves the wholesome, flavorful food, fresh salad bar and naturally aged, never-frozen steaks grilled over real Tennessee hickory charcoal.

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