The Best Restaurants in the North Georgia and Western North Carolina Mountains
Parson's Pub in Historic Downtown Murphy NC
Lunch • Dinner • Great Beer
We believe in old fashioned, face to face, friendly conversation. You will not find any televisions or loud music. Just a warm place to feel at home and enjoy...
We pride ourselves on our extensive beer menu (over 50!). Talk to one of our "Beervangelists" to help you try a new favorite! If you request a beer we do not carry, we will attempt to get it!
Monday - Saturday 11 am - 10 pm
19 Tennessee Street • Murphy, NC 28906 • 828-837-4151 • Parson's Pub Web Site
The Daily Grind & Wine...
More than a Coffee Shop!
Come enjoy live performances from regional musicians every Wednesday and Friday from 5pm – 7pm! Weekly dart tournaments and frequent wine tastings are some of the fun activities at this must see destination. Located in an historic building in the center of downtown Murphy, NC. The Daily Grind & Wine has been recognized in Our State Magazine and WNC Magazine.
Mon - Tues 8 am - 6ish - Wed, Thurs & Fri 8am - 7pm
Saturday 8 am - 4pm • Check out our Events
The Chophouse of Hiawassee across from Lake Chatuge
Lunch • Dinner • Sunday Brunch
The Chophouse of Hiawassee is a welcome addition to Hiawassee's “restaurant scene”; it is one of Hiawassee's most exciting restaurants in North Georgia. The Chophouse features the finest in gourmet cuisine along with a million dollar view of Lake Chatuge. Featuring the finest in gourmet cuisine with casual indoor and outdoor dining (season permitting).
625 Highway 76 W • Hiawassee, GA 30546 • 706.896.3200 • Chophouse Web Site
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