Fall is finally settling in here in East Tennessee and at The Original Applewood Farmhouse Restaurant & Grill. We absolutely love this time of year in the Great Smoky Mountains because the rich fall colors on our farm and throughout the mountains are simply breathtaking. We encourage you to come into town to take in all the glorious sights. Come see us and enjoy our front porch views from our relaxing rocking chairs and our outdoor, pet-friendly patio, where you can enjoy the fall colors and feast on a wonderful Southern home-cooked meal.
Speaking of fall, Applewood Farmhouse was honored to receive this year’s Silver Award from the Sevierville Chamber of Commerce for our fall decorations. We love decorating for fall and take pride in all that we do to make our farm setting a cozy and comfortable place people love to come and visit. We love dressing the Restaurant and Grill up to match the season. We are sure you’ll agree that the fall season at Applewood is just heavenly.
Do you want a delicious Thanksgiving feast but really don’t want all the work that goes into preparing the meal? Well leave the cooking to us! We are taking “Thanksgiving To Go” reservations now through November 17th. Be sure to call and order your meal now so that all you have to do on Thanksgiving Day is come pick it up. Get all the details here. For those who really like to plan ahead, once Thanksgiving is behind us we’ll immediately begin taking reservations for Christmas Dinner at The Original Farmhouse Restaurant only. We’d love to share the holidays with you, so give us a call at (865) 428-1222 to schedule your reservation. Santa will be here too! Reservations are accepted for any size party.
We are proud to announce that Applewood Farmhouse Grill General Manager Casey DeCoursey was named Sevierville, Tennessee 2017 General Manager of the Year at the Stars of the Industry Awards, hosted by the Sevier County Hospitality Association. Casey DeCoursey started with Applewood Farmhouse in 2002 as a greeter and has worked numerous jobs throughout his time with the restaurant.
Lastly, don’t forget to follow our food and travel blog “Off the Mapple” where resident blogger Laura Flynn shares all kinds of fun and interesting food and travel adventures from here in Tennessee and all over the country.
Have a blessed fall and we sure hope to see you soon.
William B. Stokely, IV
President, Orchard Foods, Ltd