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If fine food and refreshing beverages are on your to-do list, check out The Painted Fish Cafe and Beer Bar in Banner Elk. It s easy to find fare you love at The Painted Fish Cafe and Beer Bar, though fat levels are anything but low. The Painted Fish Cafe and Beer Bar visitors can also take advantage of the many drink options offered here. With its kid-friendly vibe, The Painted Fish Cafe and Beer Bar is a great spot for families to chow down. Bring your laptop here and tap into the complimentary wifi. The Painted Fish Cafe and Beer Bar is a prime location to dine with a group. Sit outside when the weather is fine — The Painted Fish Cafe and Beer Bar has a lovely patio to enjoy a warm day. It doesn't get much more laid-back than The Painted Fish Cafe and Beer Bar, so dress for comfort when you come. Bring the The Painted Fish Cafe and Beer Bar's great food to your place. Or, take your food to go. The Painted Fish Cafe and Beer Bar is just steps away from a parking lot. Expect your bill at The Painted Fish Cafe and Beer Bar to come in at around $30 per person.
2941 Tynecastle Hwy
Banner Elk,
NC
US
Wahoo’s Adventures refers to itself as the “original” whitewater outfitter, having facilitated outdoor excursions on rafts, tubes, canoes, and kayaks for the past three decades. Whitewater-rafting tours take place upon the Watauga River, the Nolichucky River, and Wilson Creek Gorge, three waterways with differing levels of frothiness, much like three cappuccinos ordered by a family of bears. Alternatively, adults without rafting experience and children as young as 6 months can lazily drift down the New River while sprawled across tubes. As they pass rugged hillsides and scenic farmland, tubers can smell wildflowers, listen to chirping birds, and keep eyes peeled for Sasquatch footprints. Keeping clients safe is Wahoo’s main priority, which is why their experienced guides equip adventurers with high-quality life jackets, helmets, and paddles before taking the water.
3385 Us Highway 321
Blowing Rock,
NC
US
River and Earth Adventures stands out from other wilderness outfitters by being completely operated by their own guides. Their fleet of seasoned cave, mountain, and water-navigating guides work in tandem with professional ecologists and geologists, focusing Blue Ridge Mountains excursions on environmental education as well as adventure. During all day trips, guides divulge area history and expound on forest and river ecosystems as well as geology in caves whose interiors rest at 60 degrees year-round to keep them free of snowman hermits. Each trip also immerses adventurers in athletic activity, whether on hikes to summits and secluded waterfalls, spelunking through electricity-free cave tunnels, or rafting and kayaking down the Watauga River rapids. For those in search of extended excursions, guides lead children's adventure day camps and combination trips that further an environmental focus and bottle-cap collections through river cleanup projects.
1655 Highway 105
Boone,
NC
US
When perusing some of Pepper's more elegant entrees, such as fresh, oven-roasted salmon in an herb crust or homemade spinach pasta stuffed with an artichoke-cheese blend, it's hard to imagine that it started out just serving deli sandwiches nearly 40 years ago. Of course, they still serve those, giving customers the option to build their own or order a specialty sammie like the PBLT with pimento cheese. Another thing that hasn't changed is the eatery's commitment to an eco-friendly environment. They were the first restaurant in Boone to go smoke-free, and were an early adopter of recycling or reusing all glass, plastic, cardboard, aluminum, and chairs used onsite. Earlier in 2014, Pepper's even introduced compostable takeout containers made from recycled materials.
240 Shadowline Dr
Boone,
NC
US
The Dan'l Boone Inn is a historic building, one that's changed hands quite a few times during its tenure in downtown Boone. At one point, it was the town's first hospital; at another, it was a dormitory for college students. In 1959, however, it reached its current state, and became a restaurant. Today, that restaurant is best known for its family-style country cuisine, which runs the gamut from Southern-fried chicken to stewed apples?and that's just the dinner menu. The culinary team also whips up country style breakfasts on weekend mornings. Whatever they're cooking, they hew closely to down-home traditions, which has earned their food honors from publications such as Southern Living Magazine.
130 Hardin St
Boone,
NC
US
Coed dodge ball and flag-football games. Kayaking trips. Ice-climbing excursions. The open-air enthusiasts at Charlotte Outdoor Adventures coordinate a schedule of active events such as these for a membership base passionate about playing in the sunshine. Led by a qualified volunteer, groups set out on excursions ranging from hikes through the Carolinian countryside to waterfall rappelling in the Grand Canyon. Membership benefits include access to hundreds of activities each month as well as friendships forged through shared experience and bartering packed-lunch items.
5580 Shulls Mill Road
Blowing Rock,
NC
US
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