Remember in Grandma’s house when the kitchen was the favorite room? That’s the way guests feel about the Blue Mountain Mist kitchen. Both doors are left wide open and many nights the kitchen becomes a favorite gathering spot as guests enjoy the homemade pie or cake prepared that day.
Each morning the family-style breakfasts are served in the lace-filled dining room which looks out over the valleys and layered hills. The big Tennessee breakfast starts with the breakfast bell being rang at 9:00 am once everyone has found there way to a seat, one of the Innkeepers will say greeting and bless the food. Each table will have fresh-cut fruit with a side of Norman’s own special topping recipe. What follows typically includes the traditional mountain-high dishes of eggs, biscuits, sawmill gravy, sausage, bacon and grits, or Sarah’s stuffed French toast, 3-cheese-and-ham stromboli, Norman’s sausage and egg quiche made with Sarah’s biscuits, pumpkin pancakes, or any number of surprises. Whatever the menu for the morning, you won’t start off your day hungry
After a day’s worth of adventure in the mountains hiking, golfing, or visiting quaint shops, hungry guests need only ask for a restaurant recommendation or browse through the big basket of menus available at the Inn. Nearby Pigeon Forge, Sevierville and Gatlinburg offer a wide range of restaurants from country style to fine dining.