Enter as Strangers, Leave as Friends

Sep 23, 2013

 

A tasty sub sandwich.

Are you looking for a lunch that is out of the ordinary? Located right around the corner from our Gatlinburg cabins, The Cabin Cafe specializes in stellar sandwiches and brunch fare. This charming restaurant has built a reputation for its flexible menu and warm friendly service. The Cabin Cafe certainly makes good on its promise that guests will “enter as strangers and leave as friends”.    

Stellar Sandwiches

The lynchpin of The Cabin Cafe’s menu is its selection of sandwiches. All of these gourmet creations are served with your choice of country coleslaw, red bliss potato salad, fresh fruit salad or kettle cooked potato chips. A standout sandwich at the Cabin is the Cafe Cubano, which features ham, swiss cheese, sliced pickle, slow-cooked pork, mustard and mojo sauce. The Cabin Cafe uses only the highest quality and freshest ingredients, and their dedication to perfection shows.

Something For Everyone

The Cabin Cafe also caters to customers with dietary restrictions. All of the sandwiches can be made with gluten-free bread and all salad dressings are gluten free as well. Vegans will be pleased to find that there is an entire menu dedicated to sandwiches and salads completely free of animal products. The Cabin Cafe is open 7 days a week from 10 am to 6 pm for both dining in and take out. Located along the historic Arts and Crafts Community Trail, the Cabin Cafe is at 600 Glades Road, #10, Gatlinburg, Tennessee.  

After enjoying an excellent lunch at The Cabin Cafe, you will be ready to retire to one of our Gatlinburg cabins. Acorn Cabin Rentals offers chalets and cabins in the Smokies for any price range. Our luxurious lodging is close to all of the best restaurants, shops and attractions in the area. Visit our Cabins page to learn about all of our fantastic properties!   



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Thomas Greene

Thomas Greene is your Smoky Mountain Vacation Guide and will let you know all about the latest news and events in Gatlinburg, Pigeon Forge, and the Great Smoky Mountains in Tennessee.