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The Peddler Steakhouse

Sometimes, there are just places that feel like home. The warm atmosphere, the somehow familiar menu, and the inviting ambiance of a restaurant make you want to visit time and time again. The Peddler Steakhouse is one of those places, located in Gatlinburg, and has stunning reviews that state the same thing.

The History

According to The Peddler Steakhouse’s website, “The Peddler has not only become a Gatlinburg dining tradition, but it is also 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 here on the banks of the Little Pigeon River from remnants of four old Sevier County cabins.”

Over time, The Peddler Steakhouse has perfected what it means to be a dining destination of the Smokies. They have made a promise to always serve great food, provide the best service, and always do it in a great atmosphere.

The Menu

The menu is fantastic and has a beautiful mix of different plates to satisfy any pallet. For an appetizer, it is recommended to try the fried mushrooms and cauliflower or the cheddar cheese bites. However, for an entre, the decision on what to order becomes very difficult. There is a prime selection of protein, ranging from chicken to prime rib to grilled salmon. There are also lighter options to choose from, like soup or shrimp. Make sure to not leave without ordering a dessert, it is a rumor that the cheesecake is the best in Gatlinburg.


The Peddler Steakhouse is waiting for you to try on your next visit. Always be sure to make a reservation, because you don’t want to miss eating here!