Well, I am going to Highly Recommend this place for Fantastic Deli Sandwiches and goodies.We were tipped
Off about it by employees at Harrah's when we mentioned
That we were going to Bryson City for a couple of hours, and Where was a good place to Eat ? But in general, Bryson City
Is a Very cool place to visit, Especially if you love Trains and
An old time little Main Street atmosphere. If you don't know
WHO Horace Kephart was, he is buried here up the hill, and was a prolific outdoor writer and camping enthusiast, who had a big part in getting this area of the Appalachian's made into a historic park, to be preserved for future generations. His book
"Our Southern Highlanders" is a Terrific Read, and he talks
About the History and Culture of this little known section of our Nation, and even get's into Moonshine or "Mountain Dew", and some of the interesting politic's of that. Also, you will
See some things relating to Ole
Popcorn Sutton, who is another
Famous Local around here.
The small Train Museum is worth a look, and the train tours
Are supposed to be really nice,
We have always come at the wrong time to take one. (Check
Ahead of time for the schedule )
You KNOW you are in North Carolina when the waitress meets you at the door and say's
"Sorry Sir, but we just ran out
Of Grits" ! But we still got hash browns though" . The only thing
Missing at the Filling Station Deli Sub Shop is indoor seating,
You will have to get your sandwich or sub to go, and sit
Outside or in the little square next door. But you sure won't
Be disappointed with the food,
"GOOD EATS" found here!'
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