Excellent food and presentation. Good wine. Good service. Lovely setting. Would recommend this restaurant.
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The location and views definitely make this place special and memorable... in this regard one of the best restaurants in the High Country. This was my second visit, this time sitting on the deck. It was a little chilly for two members of our party,...More
We enjoyed breakfast both mornings of our stay. Each day's offerings were varied, delicious and beautifully presented. The coffee was unlimited and also quite good. One of our nights there we enjoyed dinner at the inn. Again, a small but varied menu filled with delicious...More
This is the only excellent fine dining restaurant in Blowing Rock. There is Bistro Roca, but that is in another category. We've been coming to Gideon Ridge for years and we've never been disappointed. We've tried everything on their menu and the specials when they...More
We live in the area and booked a room and dinner at Gideon Ridge in celebration of our 35th anniversary. Both the room and the dinner were truly up to our expectations. For starters, the setting on the covered veranda was perfect. There was a...More
Great service, great food, outstanding mountain view’s. Chef visited our table and brought complimentary orderves. We had a table for 6 outside, grand views nice mountain breeze. Must make a reservation in advance!
My husband and I spent Thanksgiving at Gideon Ridge. Our room was spacious and comfortable. Our breakfasts were excellent! They did not serve Thanksgiving dinner, understandably. We did have dinner there the evening befor Thanksgiving and it was outstanding!
The chef's approach to the dining experience was to bring a personal touch to the patrons. Visiting our table before and after the meal, he was genuinely interested in our expectations and responses to his dishes.he did this for each table. The meals were creative...More
Fine dining and pro service on a stone terrace overlooking a mountain valley with a cool light breeze moving the air on a Southern summer night--yes please. Escargot in a cognac creme sauce, well-chosen cabernet, farm-to-table fresh green salad, lamb sirloin, duck breast, and so...More
When my wife and I began visiting the Gideon Ridge Inn years ago it served breakfast only. The addition of dinner service greatly enhanced the experience at what already was a delightful place to stay, especially since the Inn now offers up the best food...More