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Old 02-14-2016, 09:45 AM   #21
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With all these fine places to eat......bring your bicycles.....LOL.

In the past Cade's Cove would open a hour early for cyclists!

Enjoy your trip?
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I like both. But if you're ever in South Charlotte, take a drive down 521 to 521 BBQ. Best in the area.

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Full Service in Maryville has great pulled pork, also chicken, brisket and there are weekly/monthly specials like smoked ham, etc.... They have a few sauces but all are tomato paste based.

For a great pulled pork BBQ sandwich and fries, with a really good pepper infused vinegar sauce then the go to place in our area is Hickory Cabin Seasoning Co. a small place near the Sevier County Courthouse on Joy St, and they are only open for lunch during the week. They do a tremendous amount of catering and are closed sometimes during the week, as it is truly a mom & pop shop with the occasional one extra helper. check them out at hickorycabinonline.com or send the owner an email at Bill Moore <hickorycabin@live.com> to get on the daily special email. Usually a sandwich and 2 sides, or one side and dessert in the $7.49 range.

Fullservice BBQ can be found at fullservicebbq.com, there are two locations, Maryville in an old selfserve service station, open air eating under a big carport roof, or if you need fresh cut fries as a side try the Knoxville location on Merchant's right off of I75 located in an old Sonic. Picnic tables set up for eating.

Either is an excellent choice (considering we are in East Tennessee) you Texas and North Carolina folks I understand what good BBQ is and these two in my opinion beat the competition hands down in this area... Enjoy your trip, safe travels!
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We love the Townsend KOA. We are going back the first week of August. My children are 11 and 8. They say that's their favorite campground.
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We love the Townsend KOA. We are going back the first week of August. My children are 11 and 8. They say that's their favorite campground.
Good to know. We have a 10 year old who is looking forward to it.
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whoot whoot, the trip is finally here!! Leaving Friday morning and won't be back until Tuesday evening. Dogs are in good hands with a house/dog sitter, food is planned and even bagged, child is packed, and I am the only one left to pack.

So far the only things we have absolutely planned is the cavern and hiking/biking. I will do my best to relax and unwind!
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