I have been going to this delightful restaurant since young and have continued to these my almost 7th decade. In a mountain setting, easy to locate; family-owned and operated. You access it by covered bridge over a rambling creek. Rocking chairs await you on the front porch. Our church is going again next week (April 2013). It is spring, a beautiful time to go. They handle our 20-25 member group with ease. Family-style is fun and the food keeps coming. Reservations are requested and bring cash. No credit/debit cards. You feel as though you are at your own family's mountain escape. Menu does include nice selections and you do not leave hungry!!!
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