Moonshine Grille


We are closed for the winter, but we look forward to seeing you in the spring!

Any better and it would be against the law!

Just on the east side of the North Carolina/Tennessee border lays the sleepy, little town of Maggie Valley. Rich in the history of the Southern Appalachian Mountains and big on hospitality, it's the home of the soon to be infamous Smoky Mountain Moonshine Grille. Cookin up mouth-watering, wood-fired Angus steaks and scrumptious fresh seafood dishes.

Yall enjoy the history lesson on the making of white lighten' with legends of the local folk like Popcorn Sutton who was known for his excellent shine and "Appalachian Headache Pills" (soaked cherries). You'll see how running shine turned into a national pastime that's still enjoyed today.

Stop by and simmer for a while and soak up the atmosphere. Become part of the Southern Heritage -The Moonshine Grille is what cookin' in Maggie Valley!

Moonshine Grille Location and Directions

Maggie Valley is located 30 minutes west of Asheville, NC, 90 minutes east of Knoxville, TN, just minutes off I-40.

from the East (Asheville/Charlotte) Take I-40 West to exit 27

from the West (Knoxville) Take I-40 East to exit 20, 276 South. Take 276 South. Take US 19 North.

from the North West (Cherokee) Take U.S. 441 South to U.S. 19 North.

from the Atlanta area and points south Take U.S. 441 to U.S. 23