If you haven’t been to the Mountain Mile in Pigeon Forge, then you need to go the next time you’re in town. This is one of the newest entertainment complexes that has made its way into the Smokies, and you’ll find all kinds of shops, restaurants, and entertainment.

Mountain Mile General Store

The first place you need to check out is the Mountain Mile General Store. From clothing to home decor, there are all kinds of unique gifts you will want to take home. This store has toys for kids, food items for the cooks in your life, and holiday items to further decorate your home. You might also find interesting souvenirs that will help you remember your trip to the Smokies.

Currahee Vineyards

A great stop to make when you visit the Tower Shops at the Mountain Mile in Pigeon Forge is Currahee Vineyards. The wine from Currahee is hand crafted from a family owned orchard in Georgia. This family-owned business has won several INDY awards for its wines. You’ll be able to taste some of their signature wines, including muscadine wine and wine made from apples.

Baakk Boutique

Love shopping for the latest trends? Then you have to stop by Baakk Boutique. At Baakk, you will discover trendy clothing and accessories that are affordable. There are floral printed dresses, colorful leggings, and blousy tops you will want to incorporate into your closet. From animal prints to basic solids, you’ll find a little bit of everything at this boutique.

Cream & Sugar Sweet Shoppe

When you’re in the mood for something sweet as you’re making your way through the Mountain Mile in Pigeon Forge, you have to stop by Cream & Sugar Sweet Shoppe. Get ice cream rolled into ribbons topped with your favorite candies and fruit, or stock up on your favorite old fashioned candies. Kids and adults will want to try caramel apples, fruity gummies, and dozens of chocolates and truffles.

Junction 35 Distillery & Kitchen

Another place you will definitely want to visit at the Mountain Mile is Junction 35 Distillery & Kitchen. This is a distillery and a restaurant combined into one, so you can try their signature spirits in the distillery, such as caramel apple whiskey or jalapeño vodka. If you don’t want to try straight spirits, you can go to the bar and get them in a specialty cocktail. On the other side of the building, you’ll find Junction 35’s Kitchen that has all kinds of delicious food. If you are in the mood for comfort food, you can’t go wrong with any of the artisan mac and cheeses, like the Smokehouse Mac. They also serve smoked BBQ trays with pulled pork or baby back ribs, as well as juicy burgers and sandwiches.

Coffee Armory

Coffee Armory is the place to visit when you need a pick me up in the morning or afternoon. This coffee shop proudly serves Black Rifle Coffee Company coffee, which is a veteran-owned coffee company where part of their proceeds go to help veterans in need. You will find all of the popular coffee beverages available on Coffee Armory’s menu, such as an Americano, a cappuccino, a macchiato, or just a plain cup of coffee. No matter how you take your coffee, you’ll enjoy drinking it from Coffee Armory.

Mountain Monster

After you’re done browsing through the shops, head over to the Mountain Monster, an exciting trio of thrilling rides in the center of the entertainment complex. Enjoy views as you wait to drop on the Monster Fall, or enjoy the feeling of anticipation as you wait to rocket into the sky on the Monster Launch. The most exciting ride is the Monster Dive, where you ride to the top of a 200-foot-tall tower and free fall off the top as you soar over a water feature.


The Cinnaholic bakery is proud to serve “create your own” cinnamon rolls and other sweet treats like made from scratch brownies, cookies and edible cookie dough. All products are fresh baked and 100% vegan, dairy & lactose free, egg-free and cholesterol-free. We cater all events, large and small including weddings, conferences and conventions. Hours at this location may be extended during summer, holidays and some weekends.

The Mountain Mile in Pigeon Forge is a great place to go when you want to experience a little bit of everything on your trip.

Guy Fieri’s Downtown Flavortown

Celebrity chef Guy Fieri unveils Downtown Flavortown in Pigeon Forge.

Come for amazing eats, then stay to play in the 10,000-square-foot arcade. Adding to the appeal: Downtown Flavortown will be an anchor for Pigeon Forge’s newest all-in-one dining, shopping, and entertainment complex, The Mountain Mile.


Fieri treks cross-country in his vintage convertible, eating at “Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives” on the Food Network. He knows what a luscious, satisfying menu should look like, and that’s what he’ll dish up at Downtown Flavortown’s restaurant, Guy Fieri’s American Kitchen, and Bar. Expect hearty dining, like Hot Honey Chicken and Fries, Chili Mac and Cheese Waffle, and his legendary Trash Can Nachos with pulled pork and melty cheese galore. Desserts like Layered Chocolate Whiskey Cake and Cheesecake Challenge will tempt your taste buds, so save room. Enjoy the Americana decor, too. Be sure to pose with Guy’s 1968 Chevy Camaro and take a picture!


The Tiki Bar at Downtown Flavortown will pour the finest tropical cocktails this side of Hawaii. Try the Caribbean Painkiller, Don Zombie, or Mai Tai. Not into island drinks? There’ll be a big range of craft beers and other potent potables, too.


Downtown Flavortown brings a huge arcade to Pigeon Forge. Try your skill on the claw machine, feel the thrill of jackpot games, or go back in time with video game favorites. Earn points and redeem them for prizes. The 14-lane duckpin bowling alley is perfect for a friendly tournament with family and friends, or a one-to-one challenge on a date! Of course, you can sip drinks and nosh on snacks while you play.


Downtown Flavortown is located in The Mountain Mile, Pigeon Forge’s newest spot for fun and food. The Mountain Mile’s three intense thrill rides include the Monster Dive that drops you like you’re skydiving, then pulls you up to fly you over a water feature! The Tower Shops at The Mountain Mile feature local crafts, wines, boutique clothing, outdoor equipment, moonshine, gourmet candy and delicacies, and much more.


After a day of southern hospitality, you can finish up your day at one of the
My Bearfoot Cabins.
Pat and Don Kirchhoefer, Owners