163 Hwy 105 Extension
Boone, NC 28607
Phone: (828) 262-0020
Fax: (828) 262-9818
163 Hwy 105 Extension, Boone, NC, US, 28607
- Phone: (828) 262-0020
- Fax: (828) 262-9818
Locally owned with a small, intimate setting. Serving rustic French and Italian cuisine.
"Redefining food and fun in Boone," Coffey's dinner menu includes such selections as a bar-b-que spiced Kobe burger, herb seared diver scallops, crispy Alaskan wild salmon, and New Zealand lamb loin.
Since 1975, Pepper's has been serving the High Country delicious sandwiches, soups, salads, desserts, and entrees including shrimp, pasta, steak, and chicken.
Try the Mussels Marinara, Shrimp Scampi, Fettucine Alfredo or the Pietto do Mare and get lost in sheer wonder of gastronomic satisfaction. Swim in a sea of Italian delights, each prepared with dedicated determination and a personal motto of serving nothing less than amazing food to its patrons. The restaurant doesn't try too hard to be overtly fancy or modern. Instead, it lets the food speak for itself. The home-made brownie and the Tiramisu will certainly unveil a closet Italian in you.
Located across South Depot Street, the Black Cat Burrito is a local restaurant-cum-bar. This casual watering hole welcomes one and all to join the party and the friendly locals here ensure that no one is left out. At the Black Cat Burrito, you can savor Mexican specialties like nachos, quesadillas and but of course, burritos. Plenty of drinks like beers, wines and cocktails perfectly complement the fun mood. That’s not it, some of the famous and not-so-famous talented singers perform here on a regular basis. Live music concerts, dance parties and other events are a regular feature at Black Cat Burrito.
Specializing in pit-smoked bar-b-que, Bandana's is a casual restaurant offering ribs, sandwiches, and side items.
Devour on the gorgeous flatbreads, sandwiches, potato cakes, grilled shrimp salad and plantains at Char. This restaurant promises a dining experience which is full of inventions and creative streaks in the food they serve. Char Restaurant serves American cuisine with a casual and fun-filled twist. Dine on the patio in the beautiful weather and enjoy a carefree lunch with your loved ones. Service is consistent and always around to help.
Not only does the Peddler Steak House serve excellent steaks but they also serve a nice selection of seafood, chicken, fish, soups, and salads in a casual atmosphere.
Featuring modern hand made mountain cuisine, the Gamekeeper Restaurant uses in-house wood-fire grilled smoked meats, wild game, fish, and vegetables. Most being indigenous to the area and only the freshest ingredients are used being that they are from local farmers, mushroom growers, and cheese makers. Menu selections change daily.
The neighborhood of Blowing Rock is witness to another great addition to its dining scene. Bistro Roca & Antlers Bar serves contemporary cuisine which includes appetizers such as Hummus and Tapenade and main entrees such as Scallops and Frites. A starving tummy is more than welcome at Bistro Roca, as their dishes are generously portioned. The restaurant is equipped with a full bar which includes a commendable beer selection, housing local varieties and imported beers alike.
A casual fine dining establishment in Blowing Rock overlooking the Glen Burney Trail, Bistro Roca Antlers Bar features nice menus for both lunch and dinner with selections including steaks, fresh fish, seafood, and hand tossed pizza from the wood fired oven.
The interiors of Storie Street Grilles takes you to a different time. The decor is reminiscent of a humble yet elegant Victorian house with rich mahogany chairs and tables, complemented by graceful chandeliers which light up the entire room. Serving American cuisine, this gem of a restaurant places a strong emphasis on local fare. Seasonal ingredients from local farms ensures topmost quality which is evident in the aromatic plates of food that is served. Service is efficient and friendly without being intrusive in any manner.