Welcome to Three Jimmy’s
Gatlinburg Local’s Favorite Good Time Eatery
We source local products & create scratch-made recipes that will be served up fresh and delicious, every time.
Three Jimmy’s is all about fresh and homemade food that never disappoints. Our wide variety of entrees are served with delectable side dishes that aim to please, like our famous smoked Gouda macaroni and cheese, baked beans, fresh homemade coleslaw, unique fresh salads with our homemade dressings. Our meats are smoked in-house to perfection.
Best Happy Hour
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Sunday – Dining 11am to 10pm, bar open to midnight.
Friday and Saturday – Dining 11am to 11pm, bar open to 1am.
Plenty of FREE Parking
Call Ahead Orders Welcome – 865-325-1210.
Read Our reviews!
Love it! Best smoked chicken in Gatlinburg nice atmosphere and friendly staff. Reasonable prices for Gatlinburg. Kellei W.
Last year on Christmas Eve we ate there as they were one of the only places open to eat at! We both ate the Smoked steaks! I can't say enough about how good they were. I got the smoked Gouda Mac n cheese as well as the loaded mashed potatoes. I got the Mac n cheese on the recommendation of our server. The food and service were AMAZING and can't wait to return again this Christmas Eve! Kristen A.
Great food and a great vibe! Cute little spot to visit in Gatlinburg that isn't in downtown. Awesome service. Alexis F.
Photos only show part of our wonderful food and the entertaining singer/musician who was talented and unique!! Thanks to all at Three Jimmy's for our highly pleasant and memorable evening! Be sure to have "Yohan" if possible for your most lively server experience. Janet Rae
The food was great, especially those moonshine cinnamon apples. We ate there for lunch, but it looks like a fun place for live music. Our waitress was great and our food came out quickly. They did tell us that they were out of pizza and sirloin before be ordered. Everything tasted great, for sure worth the visit. Mackenzie Mick
"Great food, great service, great prices, great music, cool place." Timothy W. Wilson