Discover Restaurants offering the best Bar food in Sugar Grove, North Carolina, United States. 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 based on 224 reviews
The Local - a place to enjoy a fresh meal, crafted in-house from local High Country ingredients. Serving traditional southern favorites, she-crab soup and shrimp & grits, as well as grass-fed beef burgers, specialty sandwiches, unique tacos, wood-fired fl
First night in the area and wanted to try a local joint. Only about a 30 min wait on a Saturday night for a patio table. Waited 10-15 min before we were greeted by our server. Brought waters timely but due to the long wait for him to get to us we ordered our drinks and food at the same time. The manager brought the drinks which had been sitting at the bar, beer was warm and my wifeâs drink had zero ice because it melted. I had the salmon dish which was a great one. Cooked just right and the veggies were sautÃ©ed well. Daughter had the shrimp tacos âthey were okay but I wouldnât suggest themâ she indicated they were dry and only came with black beans. My wife wasnât real hunger and ordered an app pick two with hummus and spinach artichoke dip. The dip was okay and the hummus was tasteless. Not an overall good food result and the server was worse then the food. It did look as if there were good servers working that took good care of their tables but we pulled the short straw and got a very poor one. The patio was comfortable and environment solid but we wonât be going back.
4 based on 140 reviews
Excellent place for lunch with fresh and yummy burgers and some good vegetarian options. We enjoyed sitting on the back deck which is dog friendly. Mckinsie, our server, was friendly and professional.The Bloody Mary was good but needed a veggie garnish.Use caution in the hillside parking lot.
4 based on 325 reviews
Was not happy with our visit. Waitress told us one thing and the complete opposite happened, ruining our ability to sit and enjoy our meal. Wife ordered chicken salad sandwich but it was not edible due to the large amount of grisle in it. Also, the portion was very small and not seasoned. As far as my meal and my daughters order, they were fine.I will not go back to this establishment. Maybe will try out their other one in the Charlotte area and actually order their pizza.
4 based on 368 reviews
The Pedalin' Pig in Boone, NC, offers everything from fall-off-the-bone ribs to mouth-watering pork belly tacos. Our concept is simple, we combine gourmet ingredients with a splash of High Country style. Our menu is aimed to please, we have items for meat
A fun casual restaurant near the Hampton Inn. We had a drink at the bar while we waited for a table. Very reasonable, good food. My husband had the Baby Back Ribs & I had the Jerk Chicken tacos. Very enjoyable & attentive staff.
4 based on 564 reviews
Lost Province Brewing Co. Is a destination restaurant located in historic downtown Boone, NC. We will serve authentic and innovative craft beer and savory wood fired fare. Lost Province is a small, family owned and operated business that is committed to o
Never disappoints no matter what you order on the menu everything is outstanding. Not to mention the extensive selection of beer that is all brewed on site
4 based on 876 reviews
The High Country's Premier Steak and Seafood Restaurant for over 30 years. Featuring an award wining wine list, regional beers and craft cocktails. Indoor and covered outdoor seating available. Private room available for events.
I'll have to say that we enjoyed our dining here a lot. The atmosphere is nice and despite what we had read, the vast majority of people were dressed quite casually. It didn't feel like an upscale, up Market restaurant that we were out of class in. Our server, Heather, really made the meal exceptional. She was friendly, very professional, made recommendations when asked and make sure that the meal flowed perfectly. Each course from the James River oysters to the roasted beetroot and feta salad, to the prime rib was presented well, had great blendings of flavors, and the right proportion. We ended the meal with a sweet potato pie - a nightly special that was a creation of the chef. Really liked it as it was not overly sweet and not overly heavy, but the perfect ending to the meal.Thank you for your recent visit and your kind words.We look forward to serving you again in the near future.
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