Are you looking to discover the best bars in Galtinburg?
Then we have you covered!
On this page, you’ll find the official shortlist of all the bars in Galtinburg. (More in-depth further below). And, each with why it’s best to go.
Feel free to check out each bar’s official profile to find out more and to find out which is best for you.
We’ve also created separate shortlists for each genre you might like to visit on your time out.
Furthermore, you can get on the guest list or book a table with bottle service on some of the more exclusive bars. We are happy to help you out with either.
1. Clancy’s Tavern & Whiskey House Gatlinburg
Clancy’s Tavern & Whiskey House is downtown Knoxville’s premier Irish Pub. Located directly next door to the historic Tennessee Theatre, at the corner of Gat Street and Clinch Avenue. Clancy’s Tavern & Whiskey House opened in May 2014 and is owned and operated by lifelong friends Danny Clancy and Josh Turbyville. Both were raised in Knoxville and Danny’s family owned Clancy Optical for 75 years. Danny’s and John recognized a need for a downtown Irish pub in Knoxville and Clancy’s Tavern & Whiskey House was created.
2. Finn’s Restaurant & Tavern Gatlinburg
Finn’s Irish Restaurant & Tavern is the only Irish restaurant in Knoxville, Tennessee located in the historic Baker Peters House. The restaurant is in an interesting old historical, supposedly haunted house. The food is good and has a decent beer selection. I ordered the Finns Pesto Chicken Pasta and it was delicious. Fin’s is an excellent place to spend the evening. Fin’s is an excellent place to spend the evening. This is another place that makes Knoxville such a nice cool place to be.
3. Cherokee Grill Gatlinburg
Cherokee Grill presents an upscale mountain lodge atmosphere with an exterior built with stone and brick, and an interior accented with granite and walnut. Once upon a time, the Appalachian Mountains were home to the Cherokee. Today, their Smoky Mountains, a subrange of the Appalachian mountains, may be home to people of all backgrounds, but they still pay special homage to the tribes who came before them. They honor their lasting presence by sticking true to their roots. From their regionally-inspired menu to their friendly service, they want everyone who walks through their doors to feel like part of their tribe.
4. Tennessee Cider Company Gatlinburg
Tennessee Cider Company is an airy, rustic-style tasting room featuring a robust selection of locally crafted hard ciders. Tennessee Cider Company is the first cidery to set up shop in Gatlinburg. Surrounded by the mountains that hold and defend a spirit, far better than moonshine. Their hard ciders hold flavor that will have you getting back for more. Crafted by local folk and served by local friends. They want all of their visitors to feel at home at their cidert, and strive to provide a flavor that will leave you wanting more.
5. Buffalo Wild Wings Gatlinburg
Chain dishing up wings, tenders & burgers, plus sauces ranging from sweet to very spicy. It’s a good place to meet people from out of town.
6. Graze Burgers Gatlinburg
Cute eatery and bar in downtown Sevierville. Hamburger restaurant that’s a casual spot serving foods, hearty burgers & hot dogs, plus cool cocktails & booze milkshakes. Cool local bar / restaurant in the old downtown area. This place is delightful! Put this one on your list! The food is delicious, the service is outstanding, and the atmosphere is fun and relaxing. Best burger and onion rings in the area hands down!
7. Timberwood Grill Gatlinburg
Timberwood Grill is an amazing sports bar in Gatlinburg! Updated American comfort food and drinks in a rustic, lodge-inspired space with both seating & TVs. They’ve great menu with offerings sure to please everyone in your party. Everything tastes great and is very fulfilling. Timberwood Grill is your average tourist restaurant.