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March 30, 2010
From journal My Wedding
May 9, 2004
From journal The Beautiful Mountains of Georgia
December 29, 2003
From journal Sky Valley Timeshares
Middle Village, New York
September 19, 2003
From journal Sky Valley Resort
April 23, 2003
From journal Brassie Knob Villas
by Coach Bear
May 8, 2002
There is usually a wait of 5 minutes to one hour for tables to become available, since this restaurant is sought by many who travel through this area.
There is a long history associated with the restaurant and inn (over 200 years by the same family). I have never stayed in the rooms, but many of my friends swear that they return yearly. I can attest that eating the food is a marvelous experience. The only negative will be the bulge in your belly after overindulging in this feast.
From journal Scenic North Georgia
July 22, 2001
Home or family-style dining means a large selection of basic stick to your ribs food and plenty of it in a relaxed atmosphere. You won't go away hungry or disappointed.
From journal First Night on the Mountain for a city kid
February 2, 2001
Having been forewarned of the gastronomic overload, we chose a weekday and skipped lunch in favor of an early dinner. Bowls and platters of food enough for a family of six were served to our table for two. There were four meats, twelve side dishes, two breads and two desserts. All the food was delicious and just one taste led to over indulgence. The pork with plum sauce and buttered asparagus were my favorites. The strawberry cobbler with ice cream was a new treat and I plan to try the recipe soon.
The Dillard House serves three meals daily. Dinner is $13.95 with no menu available.
From journal Delightful Dillard