Tuesday, January 24, 2012

Dining in Waynesville, NC,Anthony Wayne's

Bowl of mussels at Anthony Wayne's restaurant in Waynesville, NC
 Every once in a while I'll blog about the dining in Waynesville, NC because of how diversified and creative the restaurants are here. Anthony Wayne's, inside the Gateway Club, is another prime example of the outstanding array of choices we have in a small town.

It use to be that the only way you could enjoy this fabulous dining experience was to be a member of the Gateway Club, a former Masonic Lodge. Named for Waynesville’s namesake, Revolutionary hero, General “Mad” Anthony Wayne, the bold and creative upscale menu portrays the personality of the namesake. Now the restaurant has gone public and our guests at our Waynesville, NC bed and breakfast are loving it!

The menu changes every couple of weeks to keep up with the local offerings something we have been seeing more often. The menu  takes traditional dishes and transforms them into innovative creations.

When you arrive at our Smoky Mountain bed and breakfast ask us to make a reservation for you. You will come back with a big smile and thumbs up for this dining experience.

Rachel Reid, Very Happy Innkeeper at Andon-Reid Inn our Bed and Breakfast in Waynesville, North Carolina

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