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“Quaint, Rustic, Good Food”

The Bistro at the Everett Hotel
Ranked #2 of 56 Restaurants in Bryson City
Certificate of Excellence
Price range: US$5 - US$25
Cuisines: American, Bar
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Good for: Romantic
Dining options: Dinner, Lunch, Breakfast, After-hours, Reservations
Description: Formerly the Cork and Bean, our philosophy at the Bistro at the Everett Hotel, is to "Eat with Integrity – Live with Gratitude." Our intention is to carefully and continuously craft a menu that allows you to have as close of a relationship with your food as possible. We start by selecting responsibly sourced ingredients with a focus on organic, local, sustainable & seasonal fare. Our chefs artfully blend this fresh concept with a twist on traditional southern influences. Indulge yourself with our savory & sweet signature dishes that are simply and respectfully presented to engage your senses.
Reviewed 2 June 2014

We enjoyed a great lunch at the Cork and Bean which was recommended by a local store owner. While they specialize in Crepes we had Chili and a great chicken sandwich which was done to perfection. Our server was very attentive and recommended the chicken. We finished our meal with a great flour less chocolate cake with vanilla ice cream. They were a little skimpy on the ice cream. Prices are reasonable.

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Reviewed 28 May 2014

This charming small town eatery (and adjacent wine bar/coffee house) could hold its own in any big city. We enjoyed every bite of dinner and returned on the weekend for Sunday brunch. Fantastic crepes. You'll find both inventive and traditional fare on the menu. Servers will share superb recommendations and history of the establishment if you inquire. The kind of place I could easily become a regular because it is beautiful without pretense and the food flavorful but uncomplicated. Awesome blackbean burger. Excellent huevos rancheros.

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Reviewed 27 May 2014

We enjoyed a delicious dinner while visiting in May. The place was busy on a Wednesday evening but we did not need to wait for a table. Service was very attentive and our server steered us to some very good choices. The local, fresh trout was very good (but not outstanding). Portions are reasonable and prices are moderate. The atmosphere is "mountain-esque" and we enjoyed it.

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Thank P K
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Reviewed 25 May 2014

This is our second trip to Bryson City, as a base for exploring the Great Smoky NP. We're not in town for the food, but we had breakfast and dinner here (after the gentleman who made me an expresso told me it was the best food in town) and it was. Aside from being an attractive setting and having good service, they have dishes with a surprising mix of ingredients and spices, slightly mid eastern, and very tasty. Well worth the stop.

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Thank piotzar
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Reviewed 22 May 2014

We stopped by on a rainy afternoon while motorcycling through the Smokies, and were delighted with the soup! I had an excellent cauliflower bisque. My wife just had a grilled cheese sandwich which was a touch over grilled.
We returned the next night for soup and excellent burgers, but again, the medium cooked burger was close to well done.

The menu is extensive and fine dinners were available form the upper teens to the twenties.
Beautiful interior with wood or brick walls and wooden ceilings.

Extensive wine and coffee lists.

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Thank James L
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