Best American restaurants nearby. Discover the best American food in Laurel Springs. View Menus, Photos and Reviews for American restaurants near you.. Laurel Springs is an unincorporated community in Alleghany County, North Carolina, United States. Laurel Springs is located at the junction of North Carolina Highway 18 and North Carolina Highway 88 near the Ashe County line, 10.2 miles (16.4 km) southwest of Sparta. Laurel Springs has a post office with ZIP code 28644.
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3 based on 55 reviews
I love restaurants like this one. The person running the register owns the place; that says something.Hush puppies are legit! Really crispy and a tad sweet.I had the sirloin and shrimp special which was to my surprise excellent. Sirloin was perfectly seasoned and Medium rare. Shrimp were firm, large and perfectly seasoned. All of the rest of our food was perfectly prepared as well. Ambiance is not amazing, more of a throwback in time. Service is pleasant, helpful and very accommodating.
4 based on 176 reviews
We ate here with family who live in the area and they said that this is the 'go-to' place in the area. We were not disappointed with the service or the meal, both of which were excellent.
3 based on 436 reviews
**Breakfast 7am to 11am â waiting list will be taking if busy, and if youâre there before 9:30 you are guaranteed to be seated for breakfast** Shatley Springs is now open for the 2019 season from April 13, 2019 to November 3, 2019. Shatley Springs Inn has
Our party of two couples arrived for lunch on a Saturday at 1pm. We were told the wait would be 1 hour. After an hour and a half we were advised the wait would be an additional 30 minutes. The hostess said her time estimates did not consider additional folks with reservations. We had to leave without being served due to time considerations. Multiple folks left early because of bad time estimates. We will not return.Hi Ken, We appreciate the feedback, but are sorry to hear your experience was so disappointing. Weâre forwarding your comments to our concerned management and staff.
4 based on 37 reviews
The Glendale Springs Inn & Restaurant is located just 0.3 mile from the Blue Ridge Parkway at Milepost 259, in the beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains of Ashe County, NC. The Inn is on the National Register of Historic Places, and offers five bed and breakfast
My husband and I ate here for the first time today. The setting is lovely! We were seated near a gas fireplace, which was relaxing and cozy. Our friendly server told us about all the specials, but we decided to order from the menu. We were pleased that all the bread is baked in-house and many foods are locally sourced. My husband's hamburger was just the way he likes it. I had the Thanksgiving sandwich, which was very creative. The desserts sounded amazing, but we were full after lunch. We live in the area, so I'm sure we will be back.So glad you enjoyed your visit and we look forward to having you again. Maybe you can have dessert next time.
3 based on 15 reviews
A couple of local people recommended this cafe to us. I can't imagine what they were thinking. The food we ordered was horrible. From all appearances, this is a local watering hole that also caters to bikers. On top of bad food, the service is slower than in the Caribbean. If you're looking for a decent meal, drive an extra 20 minutes to West Jefferson.
Based on the other reviews, we expected something better. It wasn't bad at all, just not anything special. They were very busy the day we visited, yet they had tables with the chairs piled on top of them. This was a bad sign, I thought, if they can't be bothered to make the dining room attractive? Or maybe they want everyone to feel like they are ready to close and they just want you to leave as soon as possible? Very bizarre.The menu is extensive and varied. We started with cheese sticks, which were average. We had a "Not Dog" (a hot dog bun with all the fixins' but no dog. My companion wasn't crazy about the chili, but it was OK. Curly fries weren't cooked quite enough. The fried flounder was OK. "Grilled" veggies were OK, but they were not grilled, just steamed and very bland. Hush pups were not hot. Fried squash was excellent. Desserts were good. The carrot cake was homemade.Maybe we picked the wrong things. There are lots of different things to try, and probably this restaurant does many of them better than they did our selections.Service was good, but as we were leaving we heard a different server describing specials to other guests, mentioning things we had no idea were available. Best ask if you want to know what the daily specials are.
it was so cold (2 degrees outside) and very dark when I arrived but it was oh so warm and welcoming inside! Our host helped us carry in our luggage to our rooms. Our hostess had homemade snacks and beverage for us inside. My bedroom had a fireplace going and the room was so warm and inviting! The bed slept so well too. Our breakfast was unbelievably delicious and so much food, she packed it up for us for lunch! What hospitality!
4 based on 29 reviews
Stayed at new river state park and this was the closest thing to eat. We decided to try it out cause we couldn't get the fire started that night. Omg! So glad we did! We had a fantastic time! Our server was super nice and took great care of the 6 of us. The dessert is....just do it! And the prices are unbeatable! I couldn't believe the prices were so cheap! We even went again on the way out cause we loved it so much!
4 based on 47 reviews
I came upon this hidden gem while traveling the Blue Ridge Parkway. Large facility with adjacent campground, and hotel and cabin accommodations nearby. Our food was tasty and large sized servings. They have a full bar and a broad menu offering something for everyone. Friendly staff, clean RR, and currently a very high rating from the regulating bodies. Consider a stop to try for lunch or dinner. Closed M, Tu, W- breakfast on Sat, and Sunday.
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