Where can you go for more than 200 hand-selected craft brews and a full menu of decadent bar food? The Casual Pint, of course! This popular Pigeon Forge eatery hides in the Holiday Inn & Suites, just waiting for you to come visit.
As soon as you waltz through the doors, you’ll feel like you’ve found all your old friends as the staff sends a warm greeting your way. The quality service doesn’t end there either. You can count on the team to guide you to a table, grab your order, and bring out all your selections the second they are ready to go.
You have your choice of a seat at the bar where you can chat up the bartenders all evening long or at a cozy table for two or more. Either way, you’ll notice that their tabletops are always clean and tidy, which is no easy feat with all the cheesy, saucy foods they serve up on the regular.
Although you might be tempted to order up all your favorites as soon as the menu lands in your hands, take a moment to see what’s on tap. They’re constantly updating their offerings with the newest beer varieties from all the most popular breweries in the area and across the nation.
They have up to 30 draft brews available at any given time plus 200 bottled options in the cooler. Their food menu is well worth pouring over as well, as each starter, entrée, and dessert is sure to impress from first taste to the very last bite.
Their most delicious menu items include:
Pretzel and Beer Cheese
The Pretzel and Beer Cheese starter puts their most tantalizing brews on centerstage alongside rich, salty cheese goodness. They start this dish by covering a 10-inch Bavarian pretzel with butter and sea salt. Then, they serve it warm with a generous portion of housemade beer cheese that’s so good you’ll be calling home to tell everyone about it.
The Loaded Sidewinders are sure to leave you wondering if there’s an end not just what beer can do. This dish begins with craft beer battered potatoes that are absolutely smothered in beer cheese. Then, they add tons of barbecue chicken, bacon, and jalapenos. Sour cream and salsa go over the top to round out the flavors once and for all.
Craft beer makes an appearance once again in the Drunken Master entrée, but this time as a marinade for the brat. After a long soak, the beer-soaked brat is put on the grill until piping hot and then dropped in a toasted pretzel bun. Housemade beer cheese arrives along the top along with drunken peppers and tons of onions. Kettle chips arrive with your order, so you can scoop up all the extra peppers, onions, and cheese that fall off the brat.
If you want to grab your beer and go, you can do that, too. Just create a six-pack from all the options in their cooler and head out on your way. They have growlers, too, if you prefer to take draft brews home for later.
– Want 50% off starters? Drop-in during happy hour, which runs from 3 pm to 6 pm every day of the week.
– Weekends get busy, especially during the evening hours. Expect to wait up to an hour for a table to open up during their busiest times.
– If you cannot settle on a brew, ask for a sample to narrow down your options.