Sometimes when you are on vacation you just really need a steak. If you are looking for a great local steakhouse in Gatlinburg, while you are visiting the Smoky Mountains, then you need to stop by Alamo Steakhouse.
Alamo Steakhouse in Gatlinburg has long been one of the places that the locals go for steaks and when you see a bunch of cars in front of a restaurant in Sevier County with Sevier County license tags, you know the food is going to be good. The menu at Alamo is as good as the service and the service is spectacular. On top of that service, the restaurant is located out of the middle of downtown so you can drive to the Alamo park your car (for free) and not have to walk or pay for a parking space.
It is sometimes hard to get an appetizer when you know that the there will be a lot of food coming to your table but it is worth getting a starter to share at the Alamo. From bacon wrapped shrimp to grilled oysters their appetizers are decadent and a great way to start your meal. One of their most appetizing appetizers are the Sombreros. Sombreros, are mushroom caps stuffed with crabstuffing. Then they are topped with Monterrey Jack and Parmesan cheese and baked. These little bites of goodness are a perfect precursor to a great steak.
Of course, the main reason that you go to a steak house is for a steak, here is just a partial listing of their selection of steaks and other beef selections:
- Prime Rib – They run out quick most nights on this entree so you need to get there early to make sure that you get one. Slow roasted in their ovens and seasoned for the best flavor, this is one of the best prime ribs in town. Served with au jus and horseradish sauce.
- Rio Grande Ribeye – There is a large cut and a smaller cut of this amazing ribeye. Heavy marbling in this steak makes it mouthwatering and tender.
- Alamo New York Strip – This is one of the lergest New York Strips you will ever encounter. Not for th efaint of heart, this is one of the most tender steaks on their menu.
- Filet Mignon – Available in both petit cut and full cut, this is the best of the best. Now as the cut of kings, this is the steack for all of those steak lovers out there.
- Texas T-Bone – Aged, juicy and tender, this bone-in steak gives you plenty of flavor.
- El Presidente Porterhouse – This is the biggest steak on the menu. If you can’t make up your mind about whether you want a fillet or a strip then thi sis the steak for you.
Here is the secret of the Alamo steak:
The Alamo Secret
If you have never tried Real Oak Fired Black Angus Steaks before, you will see why we make such a big deal over them. Oak Firing sears in the juices and all the natural flavors of these cuts of corn-fed beef. Every juicy mouthful is unbelievably moist with rich beefy flavor. After you’ve savored the last bite, we hope you’ll agree that all the work we put into preparing your meal was well worth it!
Give Alamo a try next time you are in Gatlinburg, spend time with their great staff in a beautiful location in the mountains. Most of all, bring your appetite. Get ready for one of the best steaks you will find in the Smoky Mountains.
705 East Parkway