Stoneybrook Point Cafe opens in Maggie Valley
There’s a new restaurant on the block. Stoneybrook Point Café, located at 4102 Soco Road, Maggie Valley, opened its doors recently. Business owners and operators Nancy McCrory and Elwood Lodge III bring a combined 30 years of food service experience to the mountains.
The cafe is open seven days a week from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m., and on Fridays and Saturdays from 5 to 9 p.m.
The breakfast menu offers traditional breakfast fare; there’s something for everyone to enjoy. Guests can also opt to use the “Pfunky Griddle” — a table set with a griddle in the middle for guests to do their own cooking. All-you-can-eat pancakes are offered at the griddle and includes traditional, multigrain and/or gluten free pancake batter. Or order the ingredients for an omelette and cook away. Fresh-made muffins and croissants are also offered at breakfast.
The lunch menu offers a variety of specialty sandwiches and unique sides along with an all-you-can-eat salad bar. We have vegetarian options and offer gluten free breads if needed. The Pfunky griddle is also open for lunch for guests who want to get creative with their sandwiches.
Guests are in for a unique experience during dinner. In between taking orders and keeping guests happy, the wait staff will entertain and delight with a number of musical selections. The dinner menu offers several of McCrory’s favorite recipes.
Sundays are family day. The cafe offers two meats and four sides for $9.95 served family style. Guests with a church bulletin will also receive a free drink.
Be sure to visit the dessert bar and enjoy a dessert made fresh by McCrory every day.
Stoneybrook Point Café also offers picnic lunches to go for those who want to explore the mountains. Picnic lunches include fried chicken or wraps, two sides and bottled water.
Locals are invited to join the coffee club. Buy a mug for $6.95 and enjoy unlimited free refills with a purchase.
All are welcome to stop by for a bite. Call 828-713-6288.