Kick Off Fall At Carver’s Orchard And Applehouse Restaurant
Autumn is a beautiful time of the year to experience the Smokies to see the leaves and enjoy a day of hiking. One of the traditions of fall in Appalachia is the apple harvest.
Carvers Orchard and Applehouse Restaurant is a multi-generational family business located in Cosby began in what is now the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Overlooking 40,000 apple trees, the restaurant is legendary for its catfish and mouth-watering breakfasts. With every meal, you’ll enjoy a basket of apple fritters with apple butter and apple cider.
An old timey produce barn offers everything from Apple Butter to staples like onions and okra. Most goods are provided by local farmers. Enjoy the Candy Shop and their wonderful chocolates and taffy. And don’t forget the fried apple pies. They are a regional delicacy!