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Come Meet a Few Hot Spots for the Second Annual Small Plate Crawl; Pepper’s and The Table at Crestwood

by Madison V. Fisler

Aug. 27, 2013. Now in its second year, the Small Plate Crawl, hosted by Boone Independent Restaurants, will give folks of the High Country an opportunity to taste a little something from all of their favorite restaurants, and maybe a few they haven’t discovered yet.

Each day this week, we will be profiling a few of the restaurants that are participating, in order to give customers a chance to be introduced to their new favorite restaurants before their big date.

Peppers1Located on Shadowline Drive in Boone, Pepper’s Restaurant and Bar has been a local favorite for years. Dedicated to providing their customers with fresh, local food, Pepper’s has been serving it up to High Country locals and visitors since 1975. 

Pepper’s is known for their delicious sandwiches and wraps, their extensive salad bar, yummy desserts, satisfying entrees and more. A local favorite, Pepper’s has a varied menu that offers a little something for everyone.

For their Small Plate Crawl menu, Pepper’s remains dedicated to using locally sourced products as much as possible. This year’s menu includes delicious options like pulled pork tacos, SpinArt grilled cheese, fried ravioli, kaprese kabob and more! Be sure to stop by and taste what your mouth has been missing!

49398927133066415_MMGxxDDY_bThe Table at Crestwood is located at Crestwood Resort and Spa in Boone. The beautiful scenery provides a perfect setting for a unforgettable evening out. The restaurant features great meal options as well as a delicious Sunday brunch. The menu is a mix of southern and European influences, with beautiful scenery to boot.

For the Small Plate Crawl, the chefs at The Table at Crestwood Resort and Spa have created  unique southern and European influenced options sure to satisfy even the most experienced foodie. 

The menu features delicious options like southern deviled duck eggs, pork belly sliders, baked red potatoes and duck confit poutine, along with wine and beer selections. Be sure to make this one of your stops during the Small Plate Crawl for an unforgettable experience. 

Perfect for college kids on a budget, savvy restaurant lovers who want a little taste of everything, or someone just looking for an excuse to hit all the best spots in town, the Small Plate Crawl has something for everyone. 

The event will go on rain or shine, so come hungry and remember to bring your passport. To be eligible for the prize drawings, you must have 5 completed passport validations to show that you have been to five restaurants during the crawl. Including a restaurant outside of Boone and Blowing Rock in your count of five completed restaurants will double your chances of winning a prize in the drawing. 

New participating restaurants will be added up until the week of the crawl, so keep checking back to see if your favorite has been added, or maybe a restaurant that you’ve always wanted to sink your teeth into. 

For more information, click here, or stay tuned for more information about the restaurants and what they will offer during this year’s second annual Small Plate Crawl.