A small Southern franchise inspired by the casual breakfast, lunch, and cafe-style eateries in New Orleans, Brick and Spoon Restaurant is a hot addition to the Pigeon Forge dining scene.
Brick and Spoon Restaurant strives to offer healthy and decadent breakfast and lunch favorites that are going to fill you up and leave your taste buds delighted. The food may be casual, but the presentation, service, and extra touches take things to a sophisticated level. The attention to detail makes Brick and Spoon Restaurant a top pick for celebrations, vacations, and everyday dining among friends and family members.
The original owners of Brick and Spoon Restaurant opened the breakfast and brunch joint out of a deep desire to share both Southern hospitality and Southern cuisine across the U.S. The “brick” part of the name refers to the rustic Southern style of the restaurant, which was the driving inspiration for the founders, paired with the most common breakfast dining utensil — the spoon. With good food, good entertainment, and those famous cocktails, it’s no wonder that Brick and Spoon Restaurant was nominated as a Top 10 brunch experience by Travel & Leisure magazine.
The Pigeon Forge location is the only Brick and Spoon Restaurant in Tennessee to date, so make a special trip to see what’s so great about this on-fire small chain eatery.
These decadent dishes at Brick and Spoon are some of the staff’s personal favorites — and, we can vouch for them as well:
Bananas Foster French Toast
Those who like it sweet can’t resist the rich, custardy brioche French toast accompanied by toasted pecans, caramelized bananas, fosters sauce, powdered sugar, and whipped cream.
Killer Creole Omelet
A fully loaded omelet with sauteed onions and peppers, tasso, cheddar cheese, and Gulf shrimp, smothered in housemade Hollandaise sauce, this is the ultimate brunch experience.
Tex Mex breakfast tacos with scrambled eggs, cheddar cheese, romaine, mango salsa, sour cream, and chorizo stuffed in a fried wonton shell satisfy the casual brunch appetite.
Shrimp Po Boy
One of the not-to-be-missed lunch items is the Louisiana-style shrimp po boy with fresh catch grilled or fried, served with aioli, lettuce, and tomato in a soft bun.
Shrimp & Mac n Cheese
A cheesy twist on the breakfast classic shrimp and grits, this dish combined fresh caught Gulf shrimp, tasso, cavatappi, and a smoked gouda mornay sauce, served with toast points and a dusting of white truffle oil.
Strawberry and Spinach Salad
Healthy eaters go nuts for this strawberry spinach salad with red onion, cashew, avocado, and crumbled blue cheese.
-Little ones have a dedicated kid’s menu with all the favorites: grilled cheese, mac and cheese, and pancakes. And adults let loose with the brunch cocktails, especially the make-your-own Bloody Mary with 50 options.
-There’s also fresh coffee, which is roasted in New Orleans and served at all Brick and Spoon Restaurant locations.