While traveling the Blueridge Parkway this is one stop to make near art 58 at the Meadows of Dan. We were there for breakfast and found the food very good and I can say you will not leave hungry.
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First let me say two things: One, my wife and I came to eat here on what is traditionally the busiest weekend of the year on the Blue Ridge Parkway, and this weekend seemed to be no exception. And second, I didn't realize at first...More
Big Jim's serves decent Memphis style barbecue at a pretty good price. The hot bar is limited but looked pretty good. Portions are large and we enjoyed eating there. The inside hasn't changed since it was Mountain House, just the food selections. An improvement in...More
This was a quick stop for breakfast. Food was good & cheap. Family of 7 ate for $33.00. Would recommend for basic country breakfast.
Building is in poor repair and dated but the food was great and the staff were very friendly and made sure we had an enjoyable experience.
My wife and I ate here on 11/11/2012 and it was decent and the waitress was friendly. The food here is a slightly above average but nothing fancy. My wife had to return her chicken breast twice because it was bordeline cold on the inside...More
When we walked in an hour prior to closing time, the waitress was irritated we were there. We asked what she recommended and she replied "nothing." We should have taken her advice, but we were hungry, cold and tired, so we ordered. Fried chicken pieces...More
Don't waste your money on the hot or cold bars. Hardly anything to choose from. The only reason I chose it was for convenience and in a hurry whie I was trying to get something to eat quick and not have to wait on service....More
We had dinner here, a special Chili Beans and Grilled Cheese for $4.25, and a Hamburger Steak with two side dishes for $6.00. Plenty of apparently local residents also chose to eat there too. It was decent food, not great, but at great prices. We...More
My wife and I stopped here for dinner last month after one of our all-too-rare visits to Mabry's Mill. The service was good, especially considering that as far as we could tell the poor waitress was the only one working during a pretty busy time....More