Adventures in Blue Ridge Dining

From smoky barbecue to Greek salads, plate-sized pancakes, tomato basil soup and Blizzard treats, you’ll discover delectable dining here!

Mix a little mountain air with some outdoor activity and, suddenly, what’s for dinner (or breakfast or lunch!) becomes the most important question of the day. Turns out, altitude does affect appetite!

Fortunately, the Blue Ridge mountains are home to some truly inspired chefs. Homegrown favorites include the proverbial meat-and-three, as well as smoky barbecue, delectable pasta and fresh trout. And several cutting-edge chefs from across the South have heeded the call of the mountains and brought fine dining to our area with tantalizing appetizers and full-course meals.


And did you know? You can enjoy beer, wine and mixed drinks at select Fannin County restaurants (even on Sundays in the city of Blue Ridge).

Eat out or Dine in

While you’ll definitely want to visit the restaurants in Blue Ridge, McCaysville, Morgan­ton and elsewhere around the area, don’t forget that many local stores feature specialty meats, cheeses, wines and other delicacies to bring back to the cabin — or take on a picnic!

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5 Things to Try — Spring 2018

#1 – Lip Smackin’ Barbecue “Tongue Waggin’ Down-Home Good” is the motto here, and it applies to everything from the Hog Heaven BBQ plate to Bob’s hickory smoked chicken salad. Come in and set a spell to enjoy a rack of ribs or hit the drive-through for...