Blue Ridge Grill. A Review.

The atmosphere here is wonderful. You are transported to an upscale cabin not off the I-75 but out in the wilderness. Cozy but not crowded. I was an instant fan before the food even arrived. This may make me reconsider my stand on roughing it.

Blue Ridge Grill with poached pears, local blue cheese and toasted pecans is a delicious salad. I make this at home but it’s nice to have out and it be so well done.

Lobster Gnocchi with enoki mushrooms and ricotta-seriously? Yes seriously. You want this in your mouth.

Dayboat sea scallops were perfectly cooked and delicious with a New Zealand Sauv blanc. S.I. rea peas & rice and mustard vinaigrette round out the dish to perfection.

Hanger Steak with cippolini onion, arugula and roasted potatoes. Beef, it’s what I want for dinner and this satisfied that desire completely. I was so happy to see cippolini onions. They aren’t on dishes often enough.

Sadly no room for dessert but as you can tell I am going back.  It’s popular for good reason.

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