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On to the celebration - Review by trish c | Greenbrier Restaurant

Greenbrier Restaurant

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On to the celebration 9/11/2006

For your reception you have got to go to Greenbriar Restaurant. This place the food, the atmosphere, the people are just out of this world. They have a special private dinning room for wedding receptions, get together, and other get together. They are very professional and take great pride and care in there business. You may actually see Lydia, You ask who she is well let me tell you the story, this is copied from there web-site. {A woman by the name of Lydia lived at Greenbrier Lodge off Highway 321N in Gatlinburg. Young and in love, Lydia was engaged to be married to a handsome young man who lived in town. On the day of her wedding, Lydia dressed in her long, white wedding dress and went into town to meet her lover at the church. After several hours of waiting she returned to the Lodge. Unable to overcome her anger and frustration at being jilted, she climbed the stairs to the second floor landing, threw a rope over the rafter and hung herself. Several days after her death, her lover was found dead in the Smokies…mauled by a mountain cat. The locals said Lydia's spirit could not rest because of her unfulfilled love and she had taken the form of a cat to seize revenge. Today, the ghost of Lydia still roams the old Greenbrier Lodge…now the Greenbrier Restaurant. Her spirit is often seen on the stairs of the second floor landing. Guests who eat here claim to see her small, sad figure wandering around. Others claim to feel her chilling presence. A caretaker who lived at the Lodge several years ago was kept awake at night by Lydia's pitiful cries of "mark my grave, mark my grave." After many sleepless nights listening to her cries, the caretaker could take it no longer. He knew the spot where she supposedly was buried, so in the dark of the night he went down the hill below the Lodge to mark her grave. He never heard her cries again though she continues to wander through the Lodge. } This is a beautiful place and the food is delicious, there give you more then enough to fill you and the aroma makes your mouth water. There private dining area can accommodate 30 people, and the views from the windows overlooking the mountains is to die for. Open Sunday—Thursday 5 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. Friday & Saturday 5 p.m. to 10 p.m. more
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