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travel that way. Do you like delicious, made-from-scratch, no-shame, piled- high burgers with all the fixins’? Then Chubby’s Deli is the place to visit. Clyde and Carolyn Williamson opened the doors of Chubby’s in 2013, but their dedication to fun, delicious, and filling fresh food hearkens back to decades passed. You won’t find frozen fast
food burgers at Chubby’s; you’ll find
a freshly made patty, hand-crafted by the smiling faces of folks who truly care. Chubby’s is located inside New Center Market & Grill, and when we visited the place was packed to the seams. Almost every table was filled with happy diners, not to mention
the long line of customers waiting to put in an order. Chubby’s is a family business and a staple of the community. In just four years, they have earned consistent five-star reviews, gaining particular recognition for “famous Chubby burger,” which boasts not only a hamburger patty, but also BBQ pork, onion rings and cheddar cheese. And while Chubby’s can deliver on all of your traditional lunchtime favorites, they also have a stellar breakfast menu, featuring biscuits and gravy. They’re only open for breakfast and lunch, and are closed on Sundays, but it’s worth scheduling a visit to see Clyde and Carolyn when you plan your visit to Sevier County. You’ll leave Chubby’s with a full belly and new friends.
Sevier County is one of the most colorful corners of this beautiful planet. From the mountain trails to the bustling strips of tourist attractions,
it has something to offer every visitor. It is far too big a place to experience everything in your first trip, but
these destinations are a place to start. Whether you choose to discover the gems we’ve recommended, or you venture on your own personalized journey, we hope Sevier County feels just as much like home to you as it does to us. You may come a visitor, but you might just leave feeling like family.
At any given moment, writer and photographer Hannah Overton is bound to be caring for an animal, reading a book, or taking o  for the mountains with a camera.
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