We always host Thanksgiving in Hiawassee GA and a tradition has also become to go to the Cooper Door prior to Thanksgiving. This restaurant is a gem nestled within these very small villages within the mountains.
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We went here for one of our girls' dinner nights. Very cool ambiance. Great service. I got the special - the filet - and it was the special because it Pittsburgh style. The sides were asparagus and I chose rice. You get to pick a...More
This restaurant is a real gem in the middle of nowhere (apologies to the people of Hayesville but you truly are in the middle of nowhere). The menu includes some items for foodies (such as escargot and foie gras) but also some classic steak dishes,...More
This is a hidden treasure. Amazing food. Steaks melt in your mouth. Never have we been disappointed and go back every time we are in town.
Service was outstanding! Food was excellent! We had the Tenderloin and the Fruits de Mer. It was very, very good! Had the Wild Mushroom Bisque - a signature item. Also the Bread Pudding for dessert. Couldn't have asked for a better evening meal with friends....More
A first class fine dining establishment for special occasions. Friendly staff who will handle special requests with a smile. A wide menu that suits most any appetite. Our party of five ordered five different meals, and there was never anything written down; all orders were...More
It never ceases to amaze us as we travel around the country that quality often abounds in the most unlikely places. Who would have predicted fine dining in a little mountain town of 377 people? The food was very good, even though the duck was...More
A tiny little town in the mountains was a surprise locale for a really fine-dining restaurant, The Copper Door. I came with a friend who knew the place, and had eaten there before. For a very small town restaurant, the walk inside was a revelation....More