The Enormous Entree At Dolly Parton's One-Of-A-Kind Rodeo Restaurant

What some people may not know is that beloved famous singer Dolly Parton herself actually has a unique dinner show experience that's located in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee and Branson, Missouri, and it's called Dolly Parton's Stampede. Similar to the Medieval Times dinner show, Parton's Stampede puts a southern twist on the attraction. Parton's Stampede was originally called Dixie Stampede before she decided to simplify the name in 2018, according to a press release from World Choice Investments LLC who operates the dinner show.

Nevertheless, Parton's Stampede is a thrilling experience. Coined the most fun place to eat in the Smokies and the most visited dinner attraction in the world, Parton's Stampede features "friendly competition, thrilling horse riding stunts, spectacular special effects, phenomenal music productions" as well as "aerial acrobatics" and a Horse Walk, where guests can meet and take pictures with the 32 horses that will perform in the dinner show, per Dolly Parton's Stampede. In addition to the amazing show, each guest is served a filling four-course meal for dinner, and you'll be surprised at just how generous the portions are.

You get a multi-course meal at Dolly Parton's Stampede

Experiencing Dolly Parton's Stampede in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee will run you about $69.99 for adults and $34.99 for children aged 3 to 9, per Insider. Perhaps the most unique part about this dining experience is that you don't get utensils to eat with, which provides a more immersive themed experience. The multi-course meal served at Parton's Stampede comes with a creamy vegetable soup as an appetizer; a whole rotisserie chicken, corn on the cob, a homemade biscuit, a hickory-smoked barbecue pork loin, and an herb-basted potato for the entree; and a warm apple turnover for dessert, according to Dolly Parton's Stampede. An unlimited amount of drinks, such as tea, coffee, and soft drinks, are also included in the experience.

Parton's Stampede also has different meals for vegetarian and gluten-free diets, but guests are asked to make their meal requests known at the time of purchasing tickets. The vegetarian meal option includes everything from the aforementioned meal, except the chicken and pork loin, are swapped for fire-roasted vegetables with rice and quinoa. For the gluten-free meal, a fruit cup is substituted for the creamy vegetable soup, a gluten-free dinner roll is swapped for the homemade biscuit, and a snickerdoodle cookie is served as a dessert instead of the apple turnover. No matter what your dietary preferences are, there's plenty of food to enjoy at Dolly Parton's Stampede.