High Point Restaurant
Stories of escape hatches and underground tunnels set the tone for the incredible restaurant created by the masterminds of Ron Turner and Jama Turner. The idea of an upscale restaurant lured both of them to embark on the challenge of opening a fine dining restaurant in the middle of Monteagle, Tennessee.
The building, which houses the restaurant, was put on the National Register of Historic Places in December of 1997. Original hardwood flooring and authentic light fixtures set a restaurant environment worthy of winning the “Best Gourmet Meal in Tennessee” awarded to High Point by the readers of Tennessee Magazine in 2001. An amazing honor bestowed upon the establishment, which had been open at the time little more than a year.
People long for the utmost place to go for incredible food as well as a calming and relaxing environment. One would usually find that place in such metropolitan areas as New York, Chicago, Miami, or Atlanta; however, this type of establishment is now just an hours drive west of Chattanooga, Tennessee, complete with the surroundings of beautiful plants, flowers, and trees in the cool mountain climate.
The menu consists of 40 entrees, including fancy fare such as Blackened Salmon Oscar, complete with fresh crabmeat, asparagus, and hollandaise. Also there is Horseradish Crusted Grouper that lies atop an exquisite sweet balsamic reduction. For those with heartier appetites, there are many steaks to choose from, including 12 ounce cuts of New York Strip and Ribeye steaks, prepared several ways, or choose the Prime Rib, available in 3 sizes, including a 16 ounce High Point Cut. These and other creations obviously have been the reason for the numerous people who grace the doors of High Point.
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224 East Main Street
Monteagle, TN 37356
- 54th Annual Monteagle Mountain Market for Arts and Crafts [07/27/2013 - 07/28/2013], 0.2 miles away
- Smok'n B's BBQ, 0.5 miles away
- Dave's Modern Tavern, 0.5 miles away
- Monteagle Inn, 0.5 miles away
- Adams Edgeworth Inn, 0.6 miles away
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