My husband and I had dinner there while staying in Highlands. We've eaten there before and appreciate how every aspect of this restaurant is top notch, yet unpretentious. Making a reservation is a must and sitting on the back glassed-in porch, is preferred. Bring a bottle of your own wine, since this is a dry county, and they will accommodate you for a $5 brown bag charge. Had lamb chops on this visit and they were ultra-tender. My husband had the Chattooga trout and loved it.
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