Waynesville is a town in and the county seat of Haywood County, North Carolina, United States. It is the largest town in Haywood County and the largest in western North Carolina west of Asheville. Waynesville is located about 30 miles (48 km) southwest of Asheville between the Great Smoky and Blue Ridge mountains.
Things to do in Waynesville
4.5 based on 661 reviews
Here at the Haywood Smokehouse we do things the old way, sometimes the hard way to deliver to you a unique and authentic Smokehouse experience.
Thought we would come back and try this restaurant again since we had just tried a new rib restaurant in Maggie Valley-just a few miles away.
Oh their pulled pork is excellent! Generous amounts of this well pulled apart meat with luscious pieces of that great dark “bark”! Needless to say, they will still have our business! Yum!
(But could you please bring back you delicious fried potatoes? Please)?
4.5 based on 229 reviews
Stopped in for a coffee and hot chocolate for my daughter so I'm rating based more on service and atmosphere than food. Although I got a slice of quiche which was good and it was served with a bowl of fresh fruit slices. They had a pretty decent menu for lunch...paninis, salads. I would definitely go back to try. The ambiance was awesome. Located in the historic Frog Level of Waynesville, Panacea is a large, open, renovated warehouse next to railroad tracks. Lots of seating, including table seating and conversational sitting areas with sofas. Outdoor seating too. You order and pick up your order at the counter and bus your own table. Very casual, comfortable.
4.5 based on 125 reviews
Home of the warm waffle cone! We have over 40 hand dipped flavors to choose from. We are an old fashioned hand-dipped ice cream emporium. Made to order warm waffle cones (vanilla or cinnamon). Cones, sundaes, shakes, malts, and banana splits. We also make made to order ice cream cakes. Ask about our Birthday Party Packages! Many options to choose from, including coffee, ice cream, pin the tail on the donkey, a magician, and renting the space!
The ice cream was mediocre for the price and the dog in the parlor didn’t add to the taste. The worker didn’t provide a solution by letting the dog stay. The owner of the dog said if we didn’t like it, to go back to FL. WELCOME to Waynesville! Guess there are other parlors.
4.5 based on 591 reviews
I would drive back to Waynesville just to eat in this restaurant again. Although very crowded (popular), the service was great and the food came quickly. Don't forget to check out the dessert case in the front!
4.5 based on 168 reviews
Smoky Mountain Sub Shop has been serving the Waynesville area for over 20 years. Come in and enjoy our great subs and relaxed casual atmosphere.
Surrounded by antiques, some for sale. The smell of the many foods they served was intoxicating. No table service. You get your own drinks. Very popular with locals and tourists alike.
Bread was so good and fresh. I got the meatball sandwich, which if it was not so good, I could not have finished it. Very generous.
Lots of seating on two levels. Just off the main shopping street.
4.5 based on 1 reviews
We wandered in mid-afternoon on a Thursday. Main street was packed, so it was nice to park on a side street close by. It's a nice interior, friendly greeting, and the seats are all along windows. The menu has many tempting options. I tried the lunch special, a chicken sandwich concoction with chili mayo, bacon, onion, queso cheese. If the chicken had not been fried with a very sweet coating, it would have been quite tasty. The sweetness really killed it. Once I scraped off the breading eating leftovers, it was pretty good. The Parmesan fries were excellent. Our other order of an Angus burger with various toppings was much better, and the cucumber/tomato salad was fabulous. For being pretty empty mid-afternoon, our server kept disappearing past the hostess station while we watched our food come up and sit for several minutes. A second server even collected our food and served it to us. Not terrible, just a little inattentive.
4.5 based on 190 reviews
Although I had a full breakfast, the biscuits were the best part - and when I say biscuits, I mean just one as they are large. Friendly staff and good menu.
4.5 based on 833 reviews
An amazing view from a table right at the window overlooking the forest enhanced the experience which consisted of friendly service with god food.Fantastic! Thank you for the feedback. We hope you will come visit us next season. We reopen on April 1 2018.
4.5 based on 516 reviews
"What great seafood!" We hear that all of the time and we are thankful to our diners. Great seafood in the Great Smoky Mountains of Western North Carolina just a few miles from the Blue Ridge Parkway. Come join us at our new location just off of the Great Smoky Mountain Expressway (US Hwy 23) and see what everyone is talking about. From our full bar including beer and wine to appetizers, delicious entrees, and our house-made desserts, we are proud to serve you with our courteous wait staff in comfortable dining. We serve weekday lunch specials, and our full menu every evening and weekends with a special Sunday brunch.
My husband and I were traveling and found this seafood restaurant via Yelp. Had high rating and we were not disappointed. We shared the creamy seafood chowder full of crab, shrimp and lobster and then a plate of fried flounder and hushpuppies. Excellent tender fish and sweet hush puppies. We also ordered a High Country Shrimp out of curiosity. For a small local favorite restaurant this dish is really gourmet. Blackened grits cake tasty and crispy topped with succulent shrimp and lobster in a buttery leek sauce. Really excellent! It’s worth your time stopping by for a good meal. The desserts looked great but we were too full. I only gave four stars as the place is very old and a bit dusty. A little sprucing up and modernization would improve the ambiance.
4.5 based on 646 reviews
A Unique Farm to Fork Experience: Innovative Southern Food with a Local Backbone & Home Grown Libations Frogs Leap Public House is a farm to table country pub at the corner of Church and Montgomery Streets, built in 1918 as the southeast's first Buick dealer just one block south of Main in the heart of historic downtown Waynesville. FLPH is focused on the culture, art, music, wine, beer and especially the food of Western North Carolina. Like the City of Waynesville itself, FLPH is Southern down to its roots, but draws influences from around the world. The food is fresh and local, the libations are home grown, the music is American and has a beat. FLPH is home to a family with a passion for serving world class food, wine, and spirits in a soulful, comforting atmosphere.
Small town meets upscale ,understated farm to table restaurant. We had a great meal and great service. You walk in and are just not quite sure what to expect but truly delicious food. Very unique offerings. We had a main course and a small plate. Trout, Ribs and Gruyere. Drinks were great everything was great. We will be back next time.
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