Crocketts Breakfast Camp

Kid-Friendly Gatlinburg Restaurants for Brunch

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Gatlinburg, Tennessee is known as the gateway to the famed Smoky Mountains National Park and is a popular vacation destination. Kids and adults both can find lots to do, see, and experience here. While vacationing, be sure to check out these great Gatlinburg restaurants to do brunch with the kiddos.

Pancake Pantry

The Pancake Pantry has been around since 1960 when founders, Jim and June Gerding, opened the doors to the first pancake house in Gatlinburg. One visit and the Pancake Pantry will become a favorite of the little ones. The adorable kid menu with the cartoon styled animal characters will delight the little ones while the adults make their choice. Their kid menu items are definitely designed with even the pickiest eater in mind. Your child can choose from bear shaped pancakes to pancakes filled with M&Ms or bananas. If your kiddo prefers a lunch entrée they offer grilled cheese with the crust cut off or plain hamburger.

Log Cabin Pancake House

For the past 42 years the Log Cabin Pancake House has been family owned and operated. They offer delicious breakfast meals all days and has a full kid menu available to kids ages 8 and under. The children will most likely be amused by the old fashioned covered wagon on top of the roof and the red brick sidewalk. Around the front porch is a log railing that adds a rustic effect to the building. Free parking is available on the side and around the back of the restaurant.

Crocketts Breakfast Camp

Upon arriving at Crocketts Breakfast Camp, one will quickly be awed by what is seen. The building is large and made of slate rock, brick, and wood. The log benches and stone path gives the exterior and nostalgic flair. The modern entry door deceives visitors until they continue through the breezeway to the main entry. Once you step inside prepare to be taken back in time to the pioneer era. Everything about the décor is to give tribute to the establishment’s namesake. The food is delicious and the origin story is fascinating. Kids of all ages will be fascinated by the authentic looking pioneer items on display with a real buck board style wagon in one of the dining rooms. This is definitely a must stop at for history fans.

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