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Paula Deen's Family Kitchen will join other 'family-friendly' hospitality and retail ventures in Pigeon Forge

Paula Deen’s Family Kitchen will join Jimmy Buffet's Margaritaville Hotel and Dollywood in Pigeon Forge, Tenn.

Paula Deen Ventures has announced plans in Pigeon Forge, Tenn. for the first of the former Food Network chef’s new restaurants, Paula Deen’s Family Kitchen. With an expected opening date of summer 2014, Deen’s plans for a comeback are barreling ahead, just days after what appears to have been a healing public apology in South Beach, followed by some self-medication by way of tequila.

Pigeon Forge is also home to the Great Smoky Mountains National Park and Dollywood. The 20 thousand square-foot restaurant has an expected annual operation budget of approximately $20 million, and will join business retailers like Jimmy Buffet’s Margaritaville Hotel and Build-A-Bear, in the “family-friendly real estate project.” Paula Deen Ventures also expects to take part in more “expansion opportunities in a range of categories,” within the next several months, according to a press release.

“Together, we can develop Paula Deen retail and restaurants that capture the imagination of Paula’s massive fan base and Pigeon Forge’s huge tourist community,” said Bob McManus, one of Pigeon Forge’s community developers.

Karen Lo is an associate editor at The Daily Meal. Follow her on Twitter @appleplexy.

Paula Deen to open $20 million restaurant in Tennessee

Paula Deen's comeback trail is leading her to the Smoky Mountains of east Tennessee.

The Savannah, Ga.-based celebrity cook announced Wednesday she's opening a new restaurant, Paula Deen's Kitchen, in Pigeon Forge, Tenn. A hub for tourists visiting the Dollywood theme park and the nearby Great Smoky Mountains National Park, Pigeon Forge draws about 10 million vacationers a year.

Paula Deen Ventures, a new company launched to manage Deen's comeback after she acknowledged past use of racial slurs in a lawsuit last year, said it's pouring $20 million into the 20,000-square-foot restaurant. Earlier this month, Deen's company announced it's getting at least $75 million from a private investment firm.

Deen lost four buffet restaurants in casinos operated by Caesars Entertainment last year during the fallout from the controversy.

Paula Deen’s new Tennessee restaurant gets opening date

Paula Deen is back on the TV and back in the kitchen.

After launching a mobile game and debuting her digital broadcast network, the “Queen of Southern Queen” has started hawking branded food items like chocolate butter sticks on shopping network Evine.

But her comeback tour wouldn’t be complete without a new place for fans to flock. Deen’s restaurant, Paula Deen’s Family Kitchen in Pigeon Forge, Tenn. is set to open Monday, April, 27.

According to a press release, the restaurant is set to serve up “family style…big ol’ bowls” of Southern classics like fried chicken, collards, fried okra, corn and sweet potatoes.

The 20,000 square foot location is a true mecca to Southern cooking, housing both the new restaurant and The Paula Deen Store-- which includes a replica of her kitchen, and any cooking utensil needed to whip up a true comfort food feast. The store will host samplings and personal appearances by the former Food Network star herself.

The Island in Pigeon Forge retail complex is already home 60 other shops and restaurants including Jimmy Buffett’s Margaritaville and Ole Smoky Moonshine Distillery.

Once you’ve had your fix of greens and butter cake, head on over to neighboring Dollywood, Dolly Parton’s resort and theme park, also in Pigeon Forge. Just make sure your food digests before hitting the roller coasters.

Paula Deen's comeback continues with plans for new restaurant in Tennessee

Paula Deen is laying out plans for the first major venture in her multimillion-dollar comeback effort: a new restaurant in Tennessee.

The Georgia-based celebrity cook said she will open “Paula Deen’s Family Kitchen” late this summer in Pigeon Forge, Tenn., a tourist destination that houses the Dollywood theme park and sits just outside the Great Smoky Mountains National Park.

The 20,000-square-foot "restaurant and retail operation" comes with an annual budget of "nearly $20 million," including design and construction, according to a news release Wednesday from Deen's publicist. The project is Deen's first significant undertaking since announcing just weeks ago that her newly formed company, Paula Deen Ventures, had secured between $75 million and $100 million of funding from private equity firm Najafi Cos. The venture will help restructure her brand of restaurants, cookbooks and food product endorsements.

The former Food Network star, once known for her butter-laden Southern dishes, already operates “The Lady & Sons” in Savannah, Ga.

Last summer, Deen lost nearly all of her lucrative endorsement deals after admitting that she had used the “n-word” in the past. She made the admission in a court deposition related to a lawsuit filed against her by a former employee, who accused Deen of creating a hostile work environment and other charges. Deen was booted from the Food Network and quickly saw most of her sponsorship and book deals fall apart within weeks.

Deen later apologized through a series of YouTube videos and an appearance on TODAY. In the cover story of the People magazine issue out Friday, she describes her current effort to save her reputation. "I'm fighting to get my name back," she told the magazine.

Paula Deen's Family Kitchen announces October opening near Opry Mills Mall

Paula Deen and her sons pose for a photo in front of Paula Deen's Family Kitchen in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee. (Photo: Courtesy of OWA)

Paula Deen's Family Kitchen is bringing the Southern cook's well-known Southern Fried Chicken and Ooey Gooey Butter Cake to Opry Mills this month.

The 406-seat family style restaurant is slated to open Oct. 26 adjacent to the Opry Mills Mall, and intends to hire more than 200 employees. It will be open seven days a week for lunch and dinner.

The menu includes "classic dishes" based on recipes from Deen and her family, according to a news release.

"The dishes that are passed around the tables at Paula Deen's Family Kitchen are the foods my grandmother Paul taught me how to cook at her own kitchen table," Deen said in a statement. "It means so much to be able to share those traditions and recipes with the Nashville community and its visitors."

The menu at the restaurant's Pigeon Forge location includes several Southern staples: fried green tomatoes, fried okra, chicken and dumplings, chicken-fried pork chops and catfish and others.

The 17,000-square-foot space will also include a Paula Deen Store featuring products hand-selected by Deen, including several products from her own line and a few that will be "exclusive to her Nashville store," the release states.

Paula Deen's Family Kitchen in Pigeon Forge (Photo: Paula Deen's Family Kitchen)

Deen launched her first culinary venture, a lunch delivery service, in 1989 from her home in Savannah, Georgia. She went on to open The Lady & Sons in downtown Savannah in 1996.

Paula Deen's Family Kitchen started with a restaurant in Pigeon Forge in 2015, growing to include locations in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina Branson, Missouri, and Foley, Alabama. Nashville marks the restaurant's fifth location and second in Tennessee.

Paula Deen’s Family Kitchen to Open April 27

PIGEON FORGE, Tenn.--( BUSINESS WIRE )--The “Queen of Southern Cuisine,” Paula Deen is bringing a taste of Savannah to the Smoky Mountains just in time for warm weather. Today, Paula Deen’s Family Kitchen announced it will open its doors serving breakfast, lunch, and dinner beginning Monday, April 27.

Paula Deen’s Family Kitchen will be located on the Island in Pigeon Forge, which is the gateway community for the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Pigeon Forge is also home to the famed Dollywood theme park.

“Paula Deen’s Family Kitchen is filled with love and mouthwatering flavors,” Deen said. “I can hardly wait to bring some of my favorite Southern dishes from my Savannah restaurant, The Lady & Sons, to the Great Smoky Mountains. We are going to serve our meals family style, with big ol’ bowls on the table, heaping full of fried chicken, collards, fried okra, corn and sweet potatoes. Plus, it’s a bonus to be Dollywood’s neighbor!”

At nearly 20,000 square feet, the new location on The Island in Pigeon Forge is home to both Paula Deen’s Family Kitchen and The Paula Deen Store. When guests step inside the 4,000 square foot store, it will feel like they’ve walked into Deen’s home, complete with a replica of her kitchen for special events, samplings and personal appearances. In the store, guests will be able to purchase Deen’s products, including cookbooks, linens, aprons, utensils, cookware, food products and gifts for the entire family.

Paula Deen’s Family Kitchen features 300 seats providing each guest a front row seat to The Island Show Fountain and a panoramic view of the Great Smoky Mountains in the distance. Guests can also enjoy the centerpiece of the Island in Pigeon Forge, the 200-foot Great Smoky Mountain Wheel, an observation wheel attraction reminiscent of the famed London Eye.

The restaurant will provide more than 200 jobs to the area as well as sales tax revenue that will boost the local economy in Sevier County. Positions include executive chefs, managers, line cooks, prep cooks, bakers, dishwashers, bussers, bartenders, servers, hosts and retail sales associates.

Deen’s restaurant will join other hospitality and retail leaders, such as Jimmy Buffett’s Margaritaville Hotel, Ole Smoky Moonshine Distillery and more than 60 other shops and attractions on The Island in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee.

For more information about Paula Deen’s Family Kitchen, please visit

The Island in Pigeon Forge is a new retail and entertainment center in the heart of the town. It features restaurants, shopping, attractions and a 200-foot-high observation wheel, The Great Smoky Mountain Wheel, offering spectacular views of the Great Smoky Mountains. The stunning Island Show Fountain dazzles guests, especially at night when the fountains feature beautiful light shows. There is live entertainment daily.

The Island offers eateries, attractions and shops such as: Jimmy Buffett's Margaritaville Restaurant, Ole Smoky Moonshine Distillery, Build-A-Bear, Sweet Candy Shop, Auntie Anne’s, Cinnabon, Island Yogurt, The Fudgery, Poynor’s Pommes Frites, Timberwood Grill, Mellow Mushroom Express, Dude’s Daiquiris, Arcade City, The Flying Horse Carousel, The Euro-Bungy Jump, The Island Trading Post and Miner's Gems & Fine Jewelry. The Margaritaville Island Hotel, a four-star property, opened in October.

The Island in Pigeon Forge is open 10 a.m.-midnight daily. Store hours vary by business.

Paula Deen Ventures (PDV) partners with world-class product lines and food manufacturers to deliver great products to her fans. Paula Deen has sold over 11 million copies of her 14 cookbooks. Deen’s first live tour, “Paula Deen Live!” commenced in June 2014, and featured cooking demonstrations, games, and stories with Paula and her fans. In September 2014, PDV launched the “Paula Deen Network," a subscriber-based interactive digital experience that broadcasts a variety of exclusive content featuring Paula anytime, anywhere. She showcases her signature Southern dishes and simple, healthy meals in a fun, unscripted format on a daily basis with all-new recipes, episodes and cooking tools. The Lady & Sons, the Savannah, Georgia restaurant Paula founded with her sons, Jamie and Bobby Deen, remains one of the country’s most popular regional restaurants. On March 11, 2015, Paula launched her first free mobile game, Paula Deen’s Recipe Quest. In April 2015, she will open her new restaurant, Paula Deen’s Family Kitchen, in Pigeon Forge, TN. In May 2015, PDV will debut Paula’s podcast, Get Cooking with Paula Deen, and radio show, What’s Cooking with Paula Deen. In Summer 2015, Paula will launch her new Premium Select Dog Food, pet accessories and treats with Hugs pet products. In Fall 2015, PDV will release Paula’s new cookbook, Paula Deen Cuts The Fat. Also in 2015, Paula will release her new and classic Paula Deen Home furniture collection with Universal. Deen’s robust social media following includes Facebook (4.5 million likes), Twitter (1.3 million followers) and Pinterest (267,777 followers). Paula Deen Ventures is headquartered in Savannah, Georgia, with offices in New York.

Paula Deen's New Restaurant Is Opening In April, So Prepare Your Stomach

Paula Deen has been busy. The "Queen of Southern Cuisine" just launched a video game in March and now her newest endeavor, a restaurant in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee, will open later this month.

"Paula Deen's Family Kitchen" will start serving customers on Monday, April 27, which is exciting news for butter enthusiasts everywhere. The dining establishment is located near Dolly Parton's Dollywood theme park and right next to Jimmy Buffett's Margaritaville Hotel. Yee-haw, y'all!

In an email correspondence with The Huffington Post, Deen said her favorite thing on the menu actually consists of multiple items: "Fried chicken, biscuits and fried green tomatoes," she said. "The menu is like your children – it is so hard to pick a favorite!"

But when it comes to the one thing she's most excited about, Deen says it's all about the chicken and waffles.

Check out an exclusive reveal of the new restaurant's menu below. We noticed a few interesting things about it, first and foremost that there's only one salad offering, the "Poppyseed Tossed Salad," and it only comes as a side dish. There are limited options for those who are gluten-free, vegetarian or vegan, and Deen says the healthiest menu items are the fresh vegetables, which are also offered as side dishes.

Of course, Deen is known for her buttery, delicious Southern cooking, and most fans won't visit her restaurant looking for something on the leaner side.

We wonder if Deen's new restaurant will appear on the new TV show her sons, Jamie and Bobby, are rumored to be hosting. Eater reports "Southern Fried Road Trip" is underway for Food Network, though the channel has yet to confirm production. So far, the brothers have been spotted filming in Alabama.

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How to Make Perfect Paula Deen Sloppy Joes

Paula Deen Sloppy Joes. Jimmy's rampant alcoholism challenged the marriage's. These are loose meat sandwiches that aren't like your regular old sloppy joes.

Celebrity News Army Times Joe Rogan. Sloppy Joes are lightened up a bit with the use of ground turkey instead of ground beef. Most of us know Paula Deen as the queen of Southern cooking, but there's much more to the celebrity chef than, well, butter.

I didn't have brown sugar so used a little maple syrup.

This week's Biscuits with Jam Kitchen Care Package features my Paula Deen Original Recipes Mix, Peach Preserves, Strawberry Preserves, and.

These homemade sloppy joes are simple, comforting, and they go well with a big bunch of kettle cooked potato chips for added crunch. But this food scholar isn't done yet. Marriage to Jimmy Deen (no, not the sausage guy,) proved to be no picnic however.

Michael Twitty's mission: To evangelize about the African roots of Southern food. My husband never likes my sloppy joes. A rep for Deen later told TMZ: "Ms.

Aside from her culinary creations, her appeal lay largely in her rags-to-riches story, her distinctive Southern accent, and her warm and welcoming public persona. His Paula Deen takedown went viral. Cross These Off Too: Savannah Sloppy Joes.

Jimmy's rampant alcoholism challenged the marriage's. Paula Deen is no stranger to controversy, but new allegations of racism leveled against the Southern chef may shock even those who have Deen: But I did not mean anything derogatory by saying that I loved their look and their professionalism. The Food Network announced late this afternoon that it will not renew Paula Deen's contract.

Celebrity News Army Times Joe Rogan. Paula credits her maternal grandma, Irene Paul, for teaching her the ways of Southern comfort food — like the secret to perfectly seasoned fried chicken. Paula Deemon's followers use baking solely for their sacrifices to the Dark Mother (and also for eating that shit is delicious).

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Jimmy's rampant alcoholism challenged the marriage's. This morning, Paula Deen sat down with the "Today Show" to address the claim that she has diabetes. Don't forget to serve with a side of kettle cooked potato chips.

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Paula Deen's Family Kitchen. Подписаться. deenbrothersofficial. This morning, Paula Deen sat down with the "Today Show" to address the claim that she has diabetes. This Easy Sloppy Joes recipe is one that you can whip up quickly and please the family!

The competition began Thursday evening at Sloppy Joe's Bar, frequented by Hemingway when he lived (AP) — Paula Deen is opening a new seafood restaurant on the same waterfront property outside Savannah where an eatery she co-owned. Aside from her culinary creations, her appeal lay largely in her rags-to-riches story, her distinctive Southern accent, and her warm and welcoming public persona. Marriage to Jimmy Deen (no, not the sausage guy,) proved to be no picnic however.

Paula Deen Brings Her Flavor of Southern Cooking to Nashville with a Massive New Family Restaurant

This sounds like some delicious, down-home Southern food!

Since the 1990’s Paula Deen has been one of the most notable faces of down-home Southern food, stretching back to the days when she first opened her first restaurant, The Lady & Sons, in downtown Savannah, GA. Since then, she has been a fixture on television cooking shows as well as a cookbook author and the host of her own new online cooking series with her sons Jamie and Bobby, titled Quarantine Cooking, or as she jokingly refers to it, “QuaranDeen.”

She has also stayed busy opening a small empire of family-style Southern cooking concepts under the name Paula Deen’s Family Kitchen, with the original location in Pigeon Forge, TN joined by outposts in Myrtle Beach, SC, Branson, MO, Foley, AL and soon by her newest and largest restaurant in Nashville on the banks of the Cumberland River near Opry Mills mall and the Gaylord Opryland Resort.

Family Style Meal Photo credit: Paula Deen’s Family Kitchen

Coming to Nashville makes a lot of sense, considering that Deen has done quite well in her previous tourist destination restaurants and the fact that she has been a frequent visitor to town for various culinary events. She’s also a huge fan of country music.

“I adore country music!” she shared in a recent discussion with Sounds Like Nashville. “Other kinds of music, I can’t understand the words, but with country I can hear the story.” Throughout her career, she’s worked with various country music artists, often before they hit it big.

“I’ve had the privilege of working with Little Big Town, and the blonde one, Kim (Schlapman) is a big cook. And I think she’s got her own cooking show.” (She did.) “I had Zac Brown on my show ‘Paula’s Best Dishes,’ and it was his first national television appearance. He had just written ‘Chicken Fried,’ and he sat down in my kitchen and played the whole song. I knew right then that boy was gonna be a star!”

Georgia Fried Catfish Photo credit: Paula Deen’s Family Kitchen

She recalls another early brush with future stardom: “When I was making ‘Paula’s Party,’ they brought a guy on the show and said, ‘You don’t know who this guy is yet, but he’s going to hit it big real soon.’ It turned out to be Blake Shelton. He was just starting out, but he was such a sweet fella.”

Deen also has a love of old country as well. “I had the honor of working with the fabulous Dolly Parton on her telethon after the fires in Gatlinburg, and I love, love, love Charley Pride. My grandmother would listen to him all the time, so I developed a fondness through her. I was also invited to appear on the Grand Ole Opry at a show when it was downtown, but not to sing, I can tell you that! They invited me to go backstage and come onstage and talk a little bit. I don’t remember exactly when that was, but it was a long time ago. Little Jimmy Dickens was still alive.”

Southern Fried Chicken Photo credit: Paula Deen’s Family Kitchen

Nashville is a natural next destination for Deen to bring her latest and greatest edition of Paula Deen’s Family Kitchen to offer endless portions of her Southern-style cuisine served family style at each individual table. In this time of socially distant dining, Deen believes that guests will appreciate the chance to feel like they’re at home, even in a 17,000 square-foot space that can seat 406 at full capacity. “I’ve got a wonderful design team,” she explained. “They can cozy up the biggest of spaces, and they really understand our brand, what our customers expect when they come in. There’s plenty of open space, and each table is private, whether you’re by yourself or a party of 12.”

Think of it like an all-you-can-eat buffet, but just for your own individual party. “I don’t know that buffets are ever coming back,” Deen shared. “We switched to family style at Lady & Sons because we couldn’t come back from being closed with a buffet. We’re so interested in our guests’ safety. It’s #1 for us! The serving utensils are just for your table, and nobody else will ever touch them. It’s working out very well.”

So what can you expect to serve yourself with those pristine tongs? The menu is filled with all sorts of Southern classic dishes which diners can order à la carte or as part of the family-style smorgasbord lunch or dinner which is priced per person. “The Albany” includes your choice of unlimited servings of two main courses plus four of Deen’s famous Southern sides, while “The Savannah” includes an extra protein choice for a small upcharge.

Banana Pudding Photo credit: Paula Deen’s Family Kitchen

We asked Deen what diners should absolutely not miss when placing their orders. She replied, “People adore our fried chicken! You’ll see it on just about every table, but I can can’t hardly ever leave without having a serving of our fried pork chops.” Those boneless chops are chicken-fried (Thanks for the idea, Zac!) and served under creamy gravy made from the pan drippings. Other choices from the “Down Home Dishes” to consider include slow-cooked beef pot roast, meatloaf topped with crispy tobacco onions, chicken & dumplings, spare ribs and catfish. It’s a good thing you don’t have to just pick one from that list, and remember everyone at the table who goes for the family-style meal will be eating the same dishes.

It’s hard to demonstrate enough self-restraint at an all-you-can-eat meal to save room for dessert, but if you miss out on a slice of Deen’s signature ooey gooey butter cake, you’ll be doing yourself a disservice. Speaking of service, they’ll start serving at the new Paula Deen’s Family Kitchen at 575 Opry Mills Drive on Monday, October 26, and Deen plans to be there to cut the ribbon at the grand opening. Go ahead and renew that gym membership and head on down to check it out!

Paula Deen's hitching her wagon to Dolly Parton to try to bury her n-word scandal . forging ahead with a new restaurant right next to Dolly's amusement park.

Paula Deen's Family Kitchen will open later this summer next to Dollywood in Tennessee -- her first new business venture since last month . when a businessman pumped $75 mil into Paula's comeback.

Sources connected to the restaurant tell us besides the usual family-style portions of Southern food staples . Paula's new joint will also feature a retail store to hawk her wares and books.

We're told Paula's spent the last 4 months focusing on all aspects of her business . and this restaurant is a top priority.

Paula Deen Is Coming to Pigeon Forge!

Have you heard the news? The famed chef and restaurateur, Paula Deen, recently announced that she will be opening up another of her delicious restaurants in the heart of the Smoky Mountains!

Slated to open April 2015, the new Paula Deen’s Family Kitchen will be located at The Island in Pigeon Forge. Have a dish you want to see on the menu? Let us know in the comments below!

Paula Deen’s Family Kitchen

As reported by the Fort Mills Times, the new $20 million Pigeon Forge restaurant will be called Paula Deen’s Family Kitchen. According to our math, this price tag makes it one of the highest invested restaurants in the area.

Paula Deen’s Pigeon Forge restaurant encompasses a total of 20,000 square feet, split between two levels. The downstairs level is dedicated completely to being a retail area, similar to the Paula Deen store in Gatlinburg.

Upstairs is where guests will find the huge dining area for the new Pigeon Forge restaurant. Not only can this area sit up to 300 guests at a time, every seat in the house has a clear view of The Island’s synchronized fountain show through the large glass windows that makeup and entire wall of the restaurant.

True fans of Paula Deen should be excited. Officials with the new Pigeon Forge restaurant say that the Southern chef, along with her two sons, plans to be heavily involved in the management and operation of the new eatery. This means that you have a really good chance of spotting Paula at her new restaurant when you and your family decide to visit.

Restaurants at The Island in Pigeon Forge

The new Paula Deen’s Family Kitchen is the newest in popular restaurants moving to Pigeon Forge. Other national brands that will soon call the Smoky Mountains home include Jimmy Buffet’s Margaritaville and Dick’s Last Resort. A Mellow Mushroom Pizza Bakers and Timberwood Grill are already open and operating at the thrilling Pigeon Forge attraction.

Local developers Bob McManus and Darby Campbell will spearhead the construction and development of the new Pigeon Forge restaurant.

“We know that sharing Paula’s love and hospitality with her beloved fans and friends will be a great addition to our new development in Pigeon Forge,” said Campbell. “Together, we can develop Paula Deen retail and restaurants that capture the imagination of Paula’s massive fan base and Pigeon Forge’s huge tourist community.”

It is important to note that Paula Deen is not the only Food Network star to call The Island in Pigeon Forge home. Owners of The Sweet Shoppe of the South in Pigeon Forge, located across the fountain from Paula Deen’s Family Kitchen, is owned and operated by two women who won the network’s show Cupcake Wars.

Click here to learn more about Susan Catron and Nikki Gribble, the owners of The Sweet Shoppe of the South in Pigeon Forge.

Recent History

The brand new Pigeon Forge restaurant is the first new restaurant hat Deen has announced since her recent controversy this past summer. With the help of her new partners with Paula Deen Ventures, we are sure that this new restaurant will be just as fun and ‘down home’ as Ms. Paula herself!

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