Smoke on the Water
Doporučuje 6 místních
Proprietors Jon and Denise Magee offer a mouthwatering menu of fresh fish, traditional barbeque, seafood, pasta, appetizers, soups, salads, wraps, and delectable desserts, surrounded by a picturesque outdoor wooded view, a meandering stream, and live music.
Family friendly, great beer, enjoy the outdoor seating along a creek. Often has live music on the patio. Good times!
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“Fine dining on a mountain top. The food and service are wonderful. The view is stunning!”
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“Cool place to eat on the second story porch while looking at the view and watching people below.”
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“Reasonably priced, food is good. Located at the intersection of Rt 33 and Briary Gap Road that goes to Spruce Knob .”
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“Take an interesting underground tour of the caverns. WV's largest gift shop is here and they also have gem mining, and an outfitters for other outdoor activities. ”
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“Spruce Knob. West Virginia’s highest point at over 4,800 feet. It’s truly another world, and even though you can drive all the way to the top, you will soon be in wilderness if you get on the trails. Plan on temperatures to be about 10 degrees cooler and note that weather can change suddenly on the mountain. The drive from the cabin to Spruce Knob is about an hour. Take Rte 33W from Franklin to Riverton, continue a couple more miles to the Gateway Restaurant and turn left and follow the signs to the top of Spruce Knob. Some great trails on the mountain include o Seneca Creek Trail – This trail is beautiful and starts near the top of the mountain and follows Seneca Creek. It is not strenuous, and is well-marked as it passes through spruce groves and hardwood forest, all the while along a beautiful stream. We usually hike it as an out-and-back hike. At 3 miles you will reach Judy Springs, a huge spring adding lots of water to the creek. It’s worth a visit. You can take a side trail to the right from this point to join the Lumberjack trail and loop back to the Seneca Creek parking area (about 8 miles total). Or continue down Seneca Creek to scenic waterfalls several miles beyond Judy Springs. But remember that the hike back to the parking area is all uphill. o Huckleberry Trail – begins at the parking area at the e summit of Spruce Knob. Nice trail for out-and-back hikes or can also connect to other trails for loop hikes. See map of Spruce Knob area for trail connections. ”
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