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They were overwhelmed and not prepared for a busy evening. I Ordered chicken and it was dry over cooked and not good. We asked for bread and it came after we were almost finished. They brought 6 pieces for 8 people. I hope they are...More
My family visited our daughter who lives in Burnsville. After a very long 10 hour drive from Pa we decided to just get some take out. I have to say that was the best pizza I've ever had south of the Mason Dixon Line. The...More
Arrived on a Thursday evening around 6pm and the place was full by 6:30. Service was slow and the place was obviously understaffed. The antipasto plate was lacking a variety of meats, with only plain ham and salami. Hardly any olives and the cheese was...More
Food and service were quite good. We have been there now 5-6 times and very consistent. Portions of food are a bit unpredictable. Back deck needs to be pressure washed and cleaned well. We will definitely go again.
We just discovered this amazingly good Italian restaurant nestled in a cute spot with outdoor dining, a creek and beautiful atmosphere. Inside it is charming, very casual. We were blown away by the authenticity of the food, the variety offered in food, wine, and beer....More
My granddaughter comes to visit and is Celiac. She loves pizza but is very picky about the brands and places she likes. We heard about Laura’s and decided to try it. They know how to handle it properly and she loves it! Thank you for...More
Wonderful pizza for lunch, or delectable cioppino seafood stew for dinner out on the deck on a beautiful mountain day. Friendly, casual atmosphere and very affordable prices. A good wine and beer selection. What’s not to like?
Burnsville is a country village in the mountains not so far from overdeveloped, pricey Asheville, which we love, but which has become COMPLETELY over the top since I was a student at UNC-A, many years ago. It is, however, surrounded by pleasant little towns like...More