Good clean family entertainment in the Great Smoky Mountains includes the Hatfield and McCoy Dinner Feud Show.
Now you just tell me, wouldn’t you like to see exactly what might be inside this fun building? Yep, well me too!
It is a well-known fact that the Hatfield and McCoy families have been settling their differences mountain-style for more years than you can shake a stick at.
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While there is much to see and do in Pigeon Forge, the Hatfield and McCoy Dinner Feud remains a great show that includes feudin’ feastin family fun for the whole family to enjoy.
There are many, many choices for dinner shows in Pigeon Forge. How do you ever decide which one to attend? Let me help you.
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The fun begins at the entry door. All of the greeters are dressed in costume and brimming with an abundance of friendliness. They keep the line flowing smoothly so that you are in the dining room lickity split! (lickity split is southern talk for really fast)
Immediately upon being seated, you are greeted by your waiter or waitress who will have granny’s cookin on your table so fast, that it’ll make your head spin! Wear your Thanksgiving pants because granny’s country cookin delicious dinner is all you can eat.
The Menu includes:
- a heap of fried chicken
- country pulled pork barbecue
- smashed taters
- creamy cole slaw
- buttery corn on the cob
- homemade rolls
- creamy vegetable soup
- Granny’s specialty dessert
You will be entertained and intertwined into the side-splitting comedy that includes country cuzins and divin’ hillbillies. You get to be a part of the longest running feud in American history.
At times the Hatfield and McCoy families seem to be about to end the feud but then something happens to fire it up again.
The two families share a common bond with the talented singers and dancers performing a bit of a smoky mountain opry that has become a favorite dinner show in these parts.
The elaborate sets, acrobats and dozens of imaginative diving stunts by talented performers will have you thinking you are in Las Vegas.
Is there a marriage in the future between a Hatfield and a McCoy? Will the feud continue, end or just get worse?
Pigeon Forge Parkway, affectionately called the Parkway is the main road where most attractions and shopping can be found.
Hatfield and McCoy Dinner Feud is located between the Titanic Museum and Wonderworks. The address is 119 Music Rd, Pigeon Forge, TN 37863
Tips for Visitors
- The meal is All-you-can-eat
- Buy your tickets in advance on the website to ensure they are not fully booked on your preferred day.
- Bring cash for tips, souvenir photos, beer, or cocktails as they are not included in the ticket price.
- There is a gift shop.
- Children 2 and under are free only if they sit in a parent’s lap and eat from their plate.
- Vegetarian, Gluten-Free, Vegan and Dairy Free meals are available upon request. You can make that selection on the website when you purchase your tickets.
- The show involves live animals, dramatic lighting, sound and pyrotechnics.
The reviews are stellar with more than one Travelers Choice Award from Trip Advisor.
4 1/2 stars on Trip Advisor.
4.6 stars on Google reviews
4.9 stars Facebook reviews
We were told by many local residents that the Hatfield & McCoy Dinner Feud was a must-see show in Pigeon Forge. They were right! Granny’s cookin is fabulous, the musical talents and diving dogs are very entertaining and we all had a good time. It is good clean comedy for family fun.