Spring Break Adventures: The Old Mill Restaurant

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IMG_20170411_161659My favorite part of The Old Mill restaurant is the river and field off to the side of the parking lot.  Well, I guess that’s not 100% true – the food is #1, but after that, the green grass and rolling water is at the top of the list. 

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IMG_20170411_155130The kids LOVED the geese and pigeons. There’s a gum ball-type machine that you can put a quarter in and get food to feed them, which was a big hit.

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IMG_20170411_155022Alright.  It LITERALLY took me over an hour to load this post! Our condo is sooooo nice (full blog post in the future) but if I had one (teeny, tiny) complaint, it would be that the internet is super slow… UGH.  I mean, I suppose it’s not a big deal unless you’re trying to work.

The Old Mill Restaurant is an absolute must see when you’re in Pigeon Forge.  They serve family style food and a LOT of it! We went at lunch time, but it’s kid-friendly anytime.  The prices at dinner (or suppertime, if you’re from the South) are sorta high, but for the amount of food you get, it’s 100% worth it.  Our group ate a light breakfast and went around 2:00 pm and we definitely didn’t need to eat again!

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