Blue Ridge Mountains Food & Drink
Here are the best options for food and drink in the Blue Ridge Mountains. This diverse list of breweries, vineyards and distilleries includes a variety of price scales. But wherever you go, you'll be sure to find folks that are passionate and committed to the best food and drink in the Blue Ridge Mountains.
Red Rocker Inn offers casual fine dining in an elegant 1896 home. Fresh ingredients are crafted into a memorable Southern-classic dining experience. CAB steaks, crab cakes, mountain trout, organic pork, vegetarian entrees and more. Creative appetizers, decadent desserts, wine list, local beers, local goat cheeses and seasonal specialties. Perfect for large parties and intimate tables. Beautiful setting, excellent service and moderate prices.
136 N. Dougherty Street
North Carolina, Black Mountain 28711
Angus and Ale Restaurant and Bar serves select craft beers, as well as domestic and imports. They also have a wide variety of food items.
146 Southridge Drive
West Virginia, Berkeley Springs 25411
Vic's Family Restaurant is an Italian restaurant and sandwich shop that has been serving customers since 1976. Despite the many upgrades in fixtures and d?cor, the booths and terrazzo tile floor remain unchanged since the 1930?s.
435 E. Ridgeway St.
Virginia, Clifton Forge 24422
Flying Dog Brewery is open for tastings from 12- 3 and carry-out ONLY from 3-6 pm. Tours of the brewery are free and offered Wednesday through Sunday by reservation only. No one under the age of 21, including babies and small children, is allowed in the brewery.
4607 Wedgewood Blvd.
Maryland, Frederick 21703
Tiger Mountain Vineyards produces red and white wines from 100% Georgia-grown grapes in Rabun County. Ten acres of vines, planted in 1995 and 1996 on a five-generation-old family farm, have produced wines that have won more than 195 awards. The vineyards and tasting room are open year round.
2592 Old Highway 441
Georgia, Tiger 30576
The Tavern is an upscale restaurant serving American and German cuisine for dinner in a 1779 inn with cozy, period decor and a brick terrace.
222 E. Main Street
Virginia, Abingdon 24210