Open nightly for dinner, this restaurant features a tantalizing menu that includes fresh seafood, Smoky Mountain trout, live Maine lobster, Alaskan ... More
Maxwell's Beef and Seafood
Open nightly for dinner, this restaurant features a tantalizing menu that includes fresh seafood, Smoky Mountain trout, live Maine lobster, Alaskan King Crab legs, steaks, prime rib, pasta, and charbroiled entrees. An extensive wine list complements your meal, as well as delicious desserts including homemade cheesecake and flambe desserts.
I liked what I had ordered, especially the Oysters Rockerfeller. The fried oysters were just average. The overall experience was not too impressing. Maybe its time for a remodel or something, just didn't seem to be fresh and clean.
i thought i would take my wife to gatlinburg for the weekend to celebrate our second honeymoon. i planned the trip, everthing was all planned out for two nights. the first night, when arrived at the resort, we were refered to maxwells for a seafood dinner. we took up the referal and went... first off we were ushered into a "smoking" place of busniness... i mean we smelled like cigarettes after we left... secondly, the lighting was way to dark (there might be a reason for this). i don't like to talk poorly about people but our waiter has to be an exception, wrinkled clothing, missing teeth (no kidding) very nice but... we could'nt figure out why considering the tips he makes, but, this is only the beginning... we ordered seafood platters, mine fried, her's scampi (like always)she did comment something seamed amiss (fishy) ...ate, paid close to $100.00 ( i've gottem better deals in manhatten) and went back to the resort. because it was late already, we went on to bed...only to be woke up at 5am with my wife begging to the porcelan goddess (puking, for those who dont know much) anyway, had to leave early, lossed money do to cancelling the second day. i could go on but why bother
This is the worst place in Gatlinburg to eat!
My family goes to Gatlinburg every Thanksgiving and we ate here last year. Not only was the food horrible but the service was awful and the staff was soooooooo rude. Don't ruin your meal by going here!
I used online reviews strictly to determine which restaurants I visited this past weekend in Gatlinburg, boy was Maxwell's a disappointment.
Appetizer, stuffed mushrooms were burnt and tasted like something out of the frozen food section at your local grocer. Salad, average at best. Entree, I had the Seafood Scampi "En Casserole" for 23.99 which included; a cold baked potato, 4 medium sized shrimp, one small/medium sized scallop cut into 4 pieces, 2 pieces of lobster about the size of a nickel and butter. My entree had virtually no taste to it...other than the butter, no seasoning to speak of. My girlfriend had the linguini alfredo, which was poor at best. She ate less than a fourth of her entree before giving up. When the waiter returned to ask how are meals were she pushed her plate away and told him that she wasn't happy and that it wasn't good, he responded that he agreed and doesn�t recommend the alfredo to anyone (thanks for letting us know). That was it, no bill adjustment for the alfredo, $57 bucks poorer and we were out the door, never to return again.
As an fyi, I�m a very easy customer and I�ve never felt strongly enough to write a review, until now. Please be careful what you read and take heed before visiting Maxwell�s. Good Luck!
We waited 1:20 for food after orders were taken in 20 min. of waiting. There were to few waitress to serve the number of tables and 1 of the 2 waitress we had was very rude. I will not repeat that mistake again. The food was very avrage at best. Captians D'S would be a better option for seafood. The prices were out of sight high.