Best American restaurants nearby. Discover the best American food in Sapphire. View Menus, Photos and Reviews for American restaurants near you.. Sapphire is an unincorporated community in Transylvania County, North Carolina, United States. Sapphire is 5.5 miles (8.9 km) east of Cashiers. Sapphire has a post office with ZIP code 28774.
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4 based on 598 reviews
A long time favorite linch stop of mine, Cornucopia offers a lovely selection of soups, salads & burgers. It's a popular eating place, so don't be offended if you have to wait for your table a bit. There is nice outside/patio seating , weather providing. The House Rueben sandwich is my personal favorite. Oh, plesa don't pass on their delicious desserts ! Chocolate Buttermilk Pie Is my pick !!!Thank you for the nice review. We're so happy you are a regular! Our Reuben is a favorite of many, as is the buttermilk pie!
4 based on 82 reviews
The menu at The Blind Mule is well traveled with an eclectic variety of cuisine from around the globe and right here in the South, featuring fresh seasonal vegetables, local trout, fish and seafood from the Carolina Coast and natural meats on weekly chalk
The Blind Mule is a first class restaurant with a warm and welcoming atmosphere. It features a wide variety of creative dishes with fresh farm to table quality. It offers a lovely wine list to make each meal a joy. The owners are very friendly and are directly involved with creating a superb dining experience. Located directly adjacent to beautiful Lake Toxaway it is a reason in itself to visit the area.
4 based on 430 reviews
Seasonal Open March till November. Call for hours and reservations
After walking the hills of Trillium off 107, was ready for lunch. Got worried with the crowed parking area but Randevu has ample room inside and outside. Posted some photos of the interior as there wasnât any of there. Enjoyed their enchilada soup. Had their turkey cranberry sandwich and the chicken salad wrap. Both delicious. Pleasant service by the waitress.
4 based on 125 reviews
Winslow's Hideaway is a family owned fine dining restaurant in the heart of the lovely town of Cashiers. Featuring the finest Steaks and Seafood, with classic preparations such as The Pontchartrain, and Steak Au Poivre. Chef Winslow is an acclaimed Chef,
Drinks were excellent but very expensive; $12-16. Service was excellent, professional and attentive. This is a very small restaurant, with a lot of staff and great food; so by nature expensive, but worth the price.The salads are terrific, especially the tomato. The spinach and the potato sides were delicious. We had prime rib, crab, lamb and fish and they were great, although the beef was a little tough. All in all a favorite!
4 based on 79 reviews
Executive Chef Sean Ruddy and his exceptional team are dedicated to your culinary experience. Easter through Thanksgiving, guests enjoy breakfast, lunch and dinner service in our Lakeside Dining Room. The floor to ceiling windows allow for unobstructed
The Greystone Inn offers breakfast and dinner in the Lakeside Dining Room, along with casual afternoon and evening food choices in the Mansion Bar. We visited all of them over the course of a week's stay, with each offering a distinctly different experience.Dinners in the dining room were exceptional and highly recommended. The printed menu is limited in size but supplemented by several nightly specials. Most tables offer beautiful views of the lake and mountains, and the food and attention from the staff rivaled the best restaurants we found in the area.The breakfast buffet, on the other hand, was disappointing, with pricing reflective of a captive audience. Despite serving until 11:00 am, selections were frequently depleted by 9:30. The harried wait staff was seriously undermanned, attempting to serve guests while struggling to keep the buffets replenished. On several occasions, we had to request silverware, bowls, plates, etc. My wife thought the grits on the full buffet were exceptional, but other selections, particularly on the continental buffet were lacking.The all-day casual dining in the Mansion Bar was just strange. The menu is very small, with an odd selection of appetizers that defy logic, a few salads, pizzas, and three sandwiches, all of which seemed to be strange choices for such a limited menu. The bar is a comfortable, friendly place, and we would have enjoyed it more often had the menu been perhaps a little larger, or at least with a daily special or two, along with a few more diner-friendly sandwich choices.When we travel, we typically enjoy exploring local restaurants away from where we are staying. On this trip, however, considering the limited number of restaurants within easy driving distance, along with the weather that followed us on the trip, we would have been delighted to dine more frequently at Greystone. Unfortunately, the on-site options made that difficult to do.
4 based on 200 reviews
Executive Chef Ken Naron and his award winning culinary team look forward to having you join us at Canyon Kitchen for an exceptional culinary experience in one of the most beautiful restaurant settings in the US.
Canyon Kitchen is a special place for dinner. Go early and enjoy the huge rock walls above the valley. You choose from a fixed menu of four courses for $68.00 plus 20 percent tip. And itâs worth every penny. If you canât get a reservation just show up and theyâll probably seat you. Itâs a bucket list experience you wonât forget.Stevie3969,Thank you for taking the time to share your thoughts. It can be difficult to get a reservation, especially on summer weekends, but you are right that we try to fit people in that are here. So we encourage folks to come enjoy they view and a cocktail and let us know you are interested in dining. We hope to see you again soon.
4 based on 380 reviews
To see this house, you wouldn't guess it was a restaurant except for the sign. But, indoors it is composed of different rooms, all very nice. We were seated at the back right near a window. The service and food were excellent. The atmosphere was upscale casual. It's kind of expensive but I was expecting that based on a reading of the menu online. We were looking for a special place and it turned out to be that. I would surely return.Reservations are recommended.
4 based on 476 reviews
We were there for lunch. Friendly staff. Menu is not that diverse. Food is good. Good price/value proposition.
4 based on 125 reviews
There were 3 couples and we all enjoyed the experience. The waitstaff was attentive and professional. While very expensive the drinks were excellent.We were in a smaller room that overcame the noise of our first visit. The main room is very noisy.The fish special was a little overcooked but very tasty. The lobster lollipops were very good, but once again a little overcooked. We had the pop corn, bruchetta and a soup that were all very good.We had many entrees that we enjoyed, but especillay the chicken and the special fish.
4 based on 141 reviews
Had dinner here with my family over the Labor Day holiday. This was an awesome meal -- one of the best I have had since moving to the South in 1992. A unique take on tapas. Servings are larger than the traditional Spanish tapas, so great for sharing. Amazing variety of elegantly prepared and exceptionally tasty cuisine. The entire family thought this was one of our best dinners ever. This is a must if you are in the Cashiers-Highlands area. Restaurant is small and deservedly very popular so be sure to reserve. Sangria is excellent but there is a full wine list also.
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