Sugar Grove is an unincorporated community located in Watauga County, North Carolina, United States. It is named after the sugar maples that grow in the area. The community is located along US 321, west of Vilas and Boone, along the banks of Cove Creek.
4.5 based on 415 reviews
Over Yonder is a destination restaurant in Valle Crucis, North Carolina; Near Blowing Rock, Boone, Banner Elk, and Linville in The Western North Carolina High Country mountains. Designed, owned and managed by the award-winning Mast Farm Inn, Over Yonder restaurant tells the story of historic Appalachian cuisine in a picturesque setting atop the rolling hills and peaks of Valle Crucis, North Carolina. Located across from the Original Mast General Store, a few hundred yards from The Mast Farm Inn.
My wife and I visited Over Yonder on an anniversary trip to the mountains and left seeing the potential of the restaurant but feeling very unimpressed. We arrived after dark and while it was raining but the scenery and the outside of the house itself were still very impressive! When we opened the door the girl behind the hostess stand finished what she was doing on the computer before acknowledging us and while it was only a few seconds it definitely wasn't the most welcoming way to start the evening. After we were seated it took several minutes before our waitress came over, which was fine because there was already ice water and menus on the table, but I was beginning to worry about the rest of the night. We also had to ask to have the fireplace turned on and while I understand not leaving them on all night unless its extremely cold outside it would have been nice if the waitress asked us if we wanted it on since it was winter and our table was right in front of it. For dinner my wife had the meatloaf and I had the chicken fried chicken. Both were good and the sides were delicious, except the mashed potatoes which were bland and lukewarm. Overall we were happy with the food but it wasn't worth the price even considering the location and atmosphere. Unfortunately the night ended on a bad note as our waitress did not return for 15 min after leaving us with the desert menu. A party with 46 people had arrived in a private room and while this certainly explains what happened it does not excuse it. My wife and I weren't in a hurry so we didn't get up to track down another waitress or anything like that, but even when our waitress returned she offered no apology. We really wanted to like Over Yonder because the setting is spectacular but we probably won't be back.
3.5 based on 6 reviews
Maw’s Produce is close to Boone, North Carolina (between Boone and Grandfather Mountain) on Highway 105 in a tiny town called Foscoe. It's open May thru December. Hugely popular with the locals. They offer locally grown fruits and vegetables, homemade relishes (try the artichoke relish to spice up sandwiches, goat cheese, etc), homemade cheese, cakes, pies, jams, biscuits and breads. I took home to St Louis some jams, pickled beets, tomatoes, and peaches. Friends are demanding that I bring more home next time I visit western North Carolina. I will!
4 based on 52 reviews
We ordered some sandwiches and wraps for lunch to take on a picnic to grandfather mountain. Very tasty and filling. Lots of meat on all of our sandwiches. Highly recommend!
4.5 based on 157 reviews
We stopped here because our 11 year old daughter got to pick- she chose well! We thoroughly enjoyed everything we ate. I highly recommend the duck- it was insanely good! The calamari was excellent and the rest of the family loved their sushi. We tried to eat here, again, but a water main break caused some of the locals to close because of possible water contamination. We will definitely be dining here next time we are in town!
4.5 based on 563 reviews
This place has too many appealing choices on the menu. I finally settled on a chicken salad sandwich on whole wheat with southern potato salad. My son chose the Philly cheese steak. My sandwich was very good, but his sandwich was delicious. When we return, I am ordering the Philly cheese. The potato salad was average. I am not sure where they got "southern" potato salad. I am from the South and it definitely did not measure up to what I am accustomed.
4.5 based on 409 reviews
Melanie's is a tradition in downtown Boone serving breakfast and lunch seven days a week. We source all of our bread, eggs and burgers locally as well as other items when we can. We have an eclectic and creative menu serving food made from scratch. We are sensitive to vegetarian, vegan and gluten-free diners.
This is a quant little breakfast spot with a wonderful staff. The food is amazing!! The bourbon pecan french toast was unbelievably good!! As was the sausage gravy and biscuits. My son said his bacon, egg, and cheese was one of the best he's ever had. The breads are what make the meals so much better than the typical breakfast place. Highly recommend the eggs Benedict and the Trucker's breakfast.
4.5 based on 451 reviews
Upscale casual dining specializing in creative American cuisine focusing on local/regional cuisine and products. Extensive wine and specialty beer lists including mixed beverages.
Had a delicious meal here while on Boone. We ordered cocktails, appetizer, entree and dessert and loved it all. Service was decent as well.
The bread they served with their hummus plate was amazing-even by itself it would have been good. The specialty margarita (had mango in it) was delicious.
We all ordered burgers. Simple but it hit the spot. The fries were sort of meh but we subbed Mac and cheese for one fry and that was our favorite part.
We will definitely be returning.
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