Good food and even better beer. Loved trying the local brews while eating some shrimp gumbo (it is spicy).
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We came in on a Saturday lunch and they were slammed. Got lucky and got a table almost immediately. Naomi was our server and she was awesome. Very attentive throughout despite being busy. We ordered bloody Mary’s and they were delicious. The food was good...More
We ordered two chicken fried steak dinners to go. The meat was so tough we couldn't chew it. I had to throw it away. The "pinto beans" were actually chilli beans, & they were horrible. The green beans & mashed potatoes were the only part...More
This was exactly what we needed after a long day on the slopes! Nothing too fancy here but that’s what we like. The brisket was amazing and the gumbo is spicy! The zucchini fries were perfect too with a homemade sauce! Definitely go here with...More
Go early because this place will fill up fast! Red beans and rice are the best I have ever had and the food is fresh and hot. Crawfish done perfectly. Cajun pasta was great as well. Can't go wrong in this place and the service...More
Average place to eat, but Banner Elk has limited eateries. Service was first rate. PorBoy sandwiches not that great, Gumbo was spicy and great.
I asked the waiter to go taste the gumbo and he came back and asked me to take a blood pressure pill (The nerve) sarcasm only goes so far baby.. The red beans and rice was just inedible due to the amount of salt and...More
Spent 5 days in the area and this was our only disappointment. Food was mediocre at best! Service was the only thing that saved it from a very poor rating. Beer was hot, not warm and food was tasteless. Hopefully this was just a bad...More
This was a great family lunch. Food was fabulous. I had the cajun sampler, my husband had a po'boy, parents had salads, kids had children's menu items and po'boys. We all loved everything. I enjoyed a hard cider and others had local beer. All good....More
Well being that I’m a native Texan and my husband a New Orleans native, we were excited for a taste of home. Nah. It was an edible attempt, but not the real thing by any stretch. The broccoli cheese soup was rich comfort food and...More