First time at this restaurant. It's a little off the beaten path, but well worth looking for. Menu consisted of usual pub fare - burgers, sandwiches, and pizza. The aroma of freshly baked pizza permeates the place, and if you aren't hungry initially, you will be after enjoying this great smell. I ordered the meatball grinder, and my wife ordered the home made sausage grinder, with peppers & onions. The sandwiches were good sized, and cut in half, so we shared a half of each other's sandwich. The bread was freshly baked, and meatballs were nicely spiced, with a good, meaty flavor, not full of filler. The sauce was good as well. The sausage was mildly spiced, and not greasy. Both sandwiches were very flavorful, and filling. Would definitely get them again. Since this is a micro-brewery, you can get samplers of their beers - anywhere from a sampler of 3, all the way to all 10. I tried six different beers, from very light to a dark, heavy beer. They're served in 5 oz. mini-pilsner glasses, and placed on a mat next to their name and description. If you are going to try a sampler, there is a laminated placement on the table. The mat has the description of the different beers, with the two seasonal/special brews. Waiter was outstanding. WIll definitely return, when we go back to Gatlinburg next year.
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