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“Great food in a relaxing setting”
Review of Tipping Point Tavern - CLOSED

Tipping Point Tavern
Certificate of Excellence
Price range: US$8 - US$13
Cuisines: American
Dining options: After-hours
Restaurant details
Dining options: After-hours
Reviewed 5 August 2014 via mobile


We stopped here after a full day of outdoor exercise. The location is right downtown with tables, booths, and window seats for people and mountain watching. The staff was very helpful. The menu had a wise range of food and beer choices.


When in the area, I will definitely stop again..

Thank Finsleft
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Reviewed 4 August 2014

Met with friends for dinner. Beer was excellent but limited choices. Service was great! The appetizers were huge, plenty for four, and all good. The chili was excellent. The blackened fish sandwich was one of the best I've tasted. The aeoli sauce was full of flavor and spiced just right. We all were a bit disappointed in the wings-- they seemed "fatty", but flavor was good. Atmosphere for a Friday night was what we expected- a bit of a wait, but not too long. Will definitely return and try something different.

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Thank 3589Guest1948
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Reviewed 3 August 2014

Enjoyed a nice lunch at the Tipping Point Tavern. Location is right in Main Street. Take a stroll to see the shops, but before you do enjoy a cold Tipping Point IPA. Excellent beer. Enjoyed a cold one with sandwiches. We had everything from a Ruben, burgers and gyros ordered at our table and nothing was left on our plates. The atmosphere is eclectic, license plates from all over on the walls, international flags, beer names for different batches brewed recently or about to be. Unique feel. I would go back for sure.

Thank Jullie C
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Reviewed 2 August 2014

Nobody would certainly doubt that Waynesville, although historic, is NOT the center of the world. However it is pleasant, has a few nice B&Bs, and is located ideally in the Blue Ridge Mountains and not far away from the Biltmore. This brewery contributes to these comments on Waynesville, being located on Main. A busy and nice place which offers good to very good pub food and some interesting and tasty beers which deserve trying. Friendly and attentive service. Reasonable prices. You cannot make a mistake here.

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Thank Eberhard H
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Reviewed 1 August 2014

This was a solid restaurant. For a brewery, however, they only had 2 home brews. They had other beers on draft from other breweries. The beer I tried, their pale ale, was a good pale ale, but not very hoppy for a pale ale. The food was very good. The chicken was well cooked and good quality.

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Thank Frodo1111
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