Best American Restaurants in Cherokee

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Best American Restaurants in Cherokee

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Cherokee Restaurants

Ruth's Chris Steak House - Harrah's Cherokee Casino & Hotel
Ruth's Chris Steak House - Harrah's Cherokee Casino & Hotel
(1862)
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Steakhouse | Cherokee, Asheville

I have a Ruth's Chris in the city I live in but have never been and wanted to dine somewhere special for my hubby's 50th. The service was outstanding and our meal was delicious. I will definitely have to visit the one close to where I live on a special occasion dinner soon. More

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BRIO Tuscan Grille - Cherokee - Cherokee Casino
BRIO Tuscan Grille - Cherokee - Cherokee Casino
(795)
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Italian | Cherokee, Asheville

Wow....What a great place with fabulous service. Bekah was our server and they don't get any better than she is. What a class act and professional person. Great job!!!!! More

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Discover Cherokee

Cherokee is slightly off the beaten path when it comes to Blue Ridge pit stops. Expect to sample down-home cooking at the local diners, where hometown favorites such as fry bread and corn, squash and bean combos, called three sisters, are on the menu. When bluegrass music fills the air, be prepared for barbecue, which is referred to as pulled pork in these parts. The vinegar-based North Carolina sauce leaves a pleasant aftertaste that complements the variety of accompanying vegetable and starch dishes. The influence of nearby Asheville, a hotspot for the hip and highbrow crowds, is very much part of the dining scene. Upscale steak and seafood restaurants serving contemporary American, Italian and other cuisine are also part of the diverse dining choices.

Discover Cherokee

Cherokee is slightly off the beaten path when it comes to Blue Ridge pit stops. Expect to sample down-home cooking at the local diners, where hometown favorites such as fry bread and corn, squash and bean combos, called three sisters, are on the menu. When bluegrass music fills the air, be prepared for barbecue, which is referred to as pulled pork in these parts. The vinegar-based North Carolina sauce leaves a pleasant aftertaste that complements the variety of accompanying vegetable and starch dishes. The influence of nearby Asheville, a hotspot for the hip and highbrow crowds, is very much part of the dining scene. Upscale steak and seafood restaurants serving contemporary American, Italian and other cuisine are also part of the diverse dining choices.