We ate here on our first night in Blue Ridge. It has a strong 'lodge' vibe with trophy-heads on each wall, exposed beams, lots of wood furniture, etc. The location is in the center of Blue Ridge, which was nice. Parking was fairly easy on-street (parallel), or you could use the lot at the north end of town a few blocks away.
They had a modest-sized patio (depending on the weather) and several dining areas inside (one main room, a bar area, and likely at least one other room in back). The clientele varied quite a bit - there was at least one family with kids, several sets of two older couples dining together, some people dressed up for a night out, and some who looked to have come straight from a hike. It was a nice mix, and no one seemed out of place.
The menu wasn't limited or super-extensive, but they had a fairly good spectrum of choices. The individual salads were large (we'd split one if we went back). The entrees were well-sized; at least one of us had leftovers. My pasta dish was good, but it was more meat than pasta (which isn't necessarily bad, but I'd have been fine with more pasta and less meat). They have a full bar and a good wine menu. Service was good; I don't recall any issues there.
If we returned to Blue Ridge, I could easily see returning here.
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