Taste of Autumn
September 12, 2019
Gatlinburg celebrates the beginning of the fall season at the 22nd Annual Taste of Autumn on Thursday, September 12 from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. Guests can look forward to delicious signature dishes from Gatlinburg’s best restaurants and a nostalgic journey back in time with the live sounds of The Ultimate Eagles Tribute, On the Border.
Dubbed the “The Greatest Eagles Tribute in the World,” they have satisfied audiences across the country with their passion, showmanship and precise attention to recreating the iconic Eagles songs that defined generations.
Over the years, proceeds from Taste of Autumn have successfully raised more than $180,000 in support of United Way and their sponsorship of community programs for Sevier County residents.
“This year’s Taste of Autumn promises to be a fun celebration, complete with great music and delicious samplings from some of Gatlinburg’s finest restaurants – the perfect way to welcome the fall season while contributing to a worthy cause,” said Mark Adams, CEO, Gatlinburg Convention and Visitors Bureau. “We are proud to support the United Way of Sevier County in their mission to address our community’s needs and improve the futures of those that live and work in Sevier County.”
Over a dozen area restaurants, eateries and beverage partners will provide samples of their best fare for unlimited tasting. Participating partners include:
Ben & Jerry’s
Bubba Gump Shrimp Co.
Fox & Parrot Tavern & The Rampant Lion
Hatfield & McCoy Dinner Show
Landshark Bar & Grill
Maddog’s Ice Cream & Donuts
Mama’s Chicken Kitchen
Margaritaville Resort Gatlinburg
Ole Red Gatlinburg
The Park Vista Hotel
Paula Deen Retail Store
Proof of the Pudding
Ripley’s Aquarium of the Smokies
Savannah Bee Company
Taste of Autumn will be in the Tennessee Ballroom at Mill’s Conference Center. Tickets are $30, and children under the age of five are free to attend. A corporate VIP package for a party of 10 is available for $500 and includes priority seating, meet and greet with the talent and wine on the table. A portion of proceeds will benefit United Way of Sevier County, an organization focused on partnering with community members and creating lasting changes in community conditions.