Almond is an unincorporated community in Swain County, North Carolina, United States. Almond is located on the Little Tennessee River and North Carolina Highway 28 7.9 miles (12.7 km) west-southwest of Bryson City. Almond has a post office with ZIP code 28702, which opened on March 17, 1886. The community was named for Bud Almond, who provided the land on which the town was founded.
Things to do in Almond
5 based on 759 reviews
We want your dining experience to be as fun as what our amazing mountain town has to offer, with fresh made to order sandwiches, salads, soups and desserts, and we stand by our saying of let r deli fill yer belly, we can satisfy any appetite and we promise to only deliver the best customer service, cause you deserve it! We feel that life should be filled with some sweet surprises, so we kicked our deli up a notch by offering one of a kind amazing 4x4 Frozen Ice Cream Sandwiches, customized just for you. Add one of these amazing creations to one of our daily lunch specials and you will leave totally satisfied, oh yes!
This restaurant had a very good selection of both hot and cold sandwiches. The service was excellent and the got special needs right the first time. My only complaint was that the fried pickles and french fries were over cooked. The sandwiches were excellent.
4.5 based on 1 reviews
Formerly the Cork and Bean, our philosophy at the Bistro at the Everett Hotel, is to "Eat with Integrity – Live with Gratitude." Our intention is to carefully and continuously craft a menu that allows you to have as close of a relationship with your food as possible. We start by selecting responsibly sourced ingredients with a focus on organic, local, sustainable & seasonal fare. Our chefs artfully blend this fresh concept with a twist on traditional southern influences. Indulge yourself with our savory & sweet signature dishes that are simply and respectfully presented to engage your senses.
Stayed in Bryson city for a month in 2016 while attending a course at NOC...at that time went to the Everett a few times for dinner and it was good (most expensive in town)...went again in August 2017 and I thought I was on a...MoreWe wish you would have talked to us while you were here last summer so we could have resolved this for you. Your experience here is not the norm.
4.5 based on 447 reviews
Full Service Hometown Country Diner - "Its where all the locals eat." Breakfast served Mon-Sat. 7:00 - 11:00, with lunch served 11:00 - 2:00; Sun. Breakfast 7:30 - 11:30 and lunch 11:30 - 2:00. Daily features available for breakfast and lunch. We have a wonderful variety of homemade desserts.
We always stay in Bryson City when we are heading to Harrahs Casino. The hotel we stay in doesn’t offer breakfast so we found this great restaurant. The food and coffee is always hot and the service is amazing. Love the omelettes and hash browns.Thank you for the wonderful comments and review. We appreciate that you took the time to post and that you continue to eat with us. We look forward to seeing you again soon.
4.5 based on 290 reviews
Cute little place for a quaint town! Ice cream was very good with reasonable prices. The only 2 issues were that they don't have a bathroom for patrons and they don't take credit cards.
4.5 based on 301 reviews
For breakfast, inviting atmosphere, all the basic food groups. Only full menu restaurant, December mornings, in town. Comprehensive menu or you can order whatever you want. Quick service. Good music in the background, reasonable prices, good food.
4.5 based on 222 reviews
The Fryemont Inn Dining Room serves a full country breakfast and dinner and has a full service bar. Your choice of 18 different dinner entrees are served with homemade soup, salad with homemade dressing, three special side dishes of the day--served family style--and your choice of homemade dessert. Entrees include local mountain trout, two chicken entrees, a vegetarian entree, country ham, prime rib, steaks, and lamb shanks. Open Mid-April through Thanksgiving.
Old line place. The Inn has been in operation since 1923. Kind of quirky. The floors are not quite level so walking can be an adventure.
Several 3-generation families there the night we visited. Most customers are staying there, so be sure to make a reservation.
Trout prepared 5 different ways heads the menu. Steaks, pork chops, chicken plus a nightly special.
Dinner includes soup, salad, entrees, 3 sides, dessert and coffee. All at a reasonable price, so a good value.
Full bar and a good wine menu.
Might well be the nicest place in the area. Just be prepared for a good but very traditional meal.
4.5 based on 36 reviews
A group of us out for a day of motorcycle riding stopped for a late lunch. The dining room was empty but the waitress welcomed us warmly. She was friendly and outgoing. She seated us and got started on drinks and orders for 13 people.
The service was quick and accurate. Everyone was complimentary about their meals. I can personally say the catfish sandwich was very good.
The pricing was very affordable.
If you are in the area, stop by. I don't think you will be disappointed.
5 based on 70 reviews
We got lunch to-go and it was mediocre. I got a bun less burger and it was just sitting by itself with a couple of pickles in the container. There were packets of ketchup in the bag, however. I asked if the bowl of soup was enough for lunch and the server (who seemed perturbed we were ordering) said it was. When we unpacked it, we learned otherwise. It was more like a side cup. Fries were okay. Nothing special. We have a place in BC and come up multiple times a year. We will not be returning here for food. There are just too many other outstanding choices!
4.5 based on 188 reviews
Come in for made from scratch baked goods, house made gelato, and the perfect cup of house roasted coffee. We feature beans from various locations across the world and roast them to a city roast in order to showcase the flavor of their region.
Cute little bakery in downtown Bryson City. They are open in the morning but do not have much for breakfast pastry options (no donuts or danishes) but they did have muffins and cinnamon rolls. The cinnamon rolls were melt in your mouth delish! Light, fluffy and just a hint of sweet; unlike the traditional dense, overly sweet frosted cinnamon rolls. They had the best tasting coffee around. The flavor and brew was just perfect.
4 based on 570 reviews
Located at the intersection of the Appalachian Trail and the Nantahala River, River's End Restaurant has been serving hikers, paddlers and everyone in between since 1972. From delicious trout cakes and New York style pizza to hand-pattied veggie burgers and the infamous sherpas, River's End Restaurant has a dish for everyone. The Nantahala River provides beautiful views and plenty of entertainment while dining from riverside seats at River's End Restaurant.Serving breakfast (March-October), lunch, and dinner. Open year round.
Delicious food, friendly service and one heck of a view! The wine and beer lists were great too -- a little bit of everything with reasonable prices. We were there around 3PM on a Sunday and it was fairly busy. I imagine it's packed in the summer, but it must be a lot of fun watching the people on the river. My husband enjoyed the chili and my kids loved the wings. And the pizza? Out of this world!
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