Hillbilly Fun At Hatfield And McCoy Dinner Feud

Hillbilly Fun At Hatfield And McCoy Dinner Feud

Saturday night, Wes and I went to the Hatfield and McCoy Dinner Feud in Pigeon Forge, TN. It’s an all you can eat dinner show where you are immersed in the legend of the Hatfields and McCoys in a family friendly atmosphere. I had visited once before, but Wes never had, so I felt that he would really enjoy it just as I had previously.

Hillbilly Fun At Hatfield And McCoy Dinner Feud

All You Can Eat at Hatfield and McCoy Dinner Feud

If you are going to the Hatfield and McCoy Dinner Feud, make sure you come hungry. Unlike other dinner shows in the area, you get your own table and the food is all you can eat and served family style. It’s not that I mind sitting near other people at all but, if you are on a date, I think it’s kind of nice to have a table to yourself. ;)

Hillbilly Fun At Hatfield And McCoy Dinner Feud

Hillbilly Fun At Hatfield And McCoy Dinner Feud


The food at Hatfield and McCoy Dinner Feud is really good country fare. We had fried chicken, BBQ, rolls, corn on the cob, mashed potatoes [that were AHMAZIIING, by the way – Wes says he can make some like them. He is quite the fabulous chef so we shall see}, cole slaw and creamy soup [super yummy!]. We also had banana pudding for dessert. You could choose chocolate pudding instead if you prefer. There are also lots of beverages to choose from. I had unsweetened tea and Wes had Sprite.

Hillbilly Fun At Hatfield And McCoy Dinner Feud

The Hatfield and McCoy Dinner Show Was Great

Not only did the wait staff take care of us during dinner, I feel like I recognized many of them participating in the actual show as well. This is not like a high school production level show either. Many of the actors in the Hatfield and McCoy Dinner Feud can really belt out a tune! And there are a lot of stunts and highly choreographed dancing to other great artists’ songs including my man Ricky Skaggs [yaaaaaasss!].

Hillbilly Fun At Hatfield And McCoy Dinner Feud

The Hatfield and McCoy Dinner Feud is really a great way to spend your evening in Pigeon Forge, especially if you don’t want to have to come up with 2 ideas: one for dinner and one for entertainment. Forget that. Be sure to come early and check out all of the coolness outside the dinner show, as well. They have live animals and quirky signs and an outhouse you can go take pictures in. Keep your clothes on though. We don’t need all that. ;)

Hillbilly Fun At Hatfield And McCoy Dinner Feud

Wes is totally standing in what appears to be a coffin!

Check out the rest of my pictures from the Hatfield and McCoy Dinner Feud on Flickr.

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About Dawn McAlexander

Dawn has been a music lover her entire life. She went to college in Boone, NC, an area that is rich in music and culture. She also worked as a radio deejay for 8 years and grew up in Southeastern, Va, a melting pot of different musical styles and traditions. She has been to more concerts than she can count in every genre you can imagine. She resides in North Carolina with her furbabies and her massive collection of Disney memorabilia.

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  1. We saw this dinner show a few months ago and really enjoyed the food and the show. A hint to first timers – arrive about an hour before show time. The parking lot fills up quickly and you eat your meal before the show starts. The servers really work hard, running up and down stairs to the tiered table seating with heavy loaded trays of food.

    • Dawn McAlexander
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      These are all great tips. The servers do really work their butts off. Between the stairs and those heavy trays of food, I would drop something on someone for sure. And the show started at 8 for us, I think, and we were instructed to get there like 7:15 if memory serves me correctly.

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