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HillJ Sep 12, 2006 12:31 PM

Can you dine at a Bed & Breakfast without staying overnight? If so, where..recommendations?

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    Wineman RE: HillJ Sep 12, 2006 12:39 PM

    You can dine at the Red Rocker Inn w/o staying overnight - if the space is available. They are located in Black Mountain, North Carolina. They have a web site.
    http://www.redrockerinn.com/

    It is very good.

    1. Deenso RE: HillJ Sep 12, 2006 12:56 PM

      You don't mention where you are. In Ludlow, Vermont, there's a B&B called The Governor's Inn. I haven't been there for years, but they used to have a fabulous kitchen and were open to the public for dinner - by reservation only.

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        HillJ RE: Deenso Sep 12, 2006 12:59 PM

        Wineman, Deenso,

        I'm in NJ but we'll be traveling across a number of states this year looking at colleges and thought we'd work in a few good breakfasts along the trail. Thanks for the posts so far!

      2. javaandjazz RE: HillJ Sep 12, 2006 01:36 PM

        I have had breakfast here several times and have not been a guest. They welcome anyone and it's so quaint. Richie

        http://www.snowvillageinn.com/

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          rtmonty RE: HillJ Sep 12, 2006 05:34 PM

          In Napa, B&B's are pretty much just that, bed and breakfast. I know of none that serve dinner.

          1. bryan RE: HillJ Sep 13, 2006 04:18 AM

            You might want to search bbonline.com for the areas you're interested in. Tons of listings.

            1. junglekitte RE: HillJ Sep 13, 2006 04:20 AM

              there are plenty you can dine for dinner with reservations made ahead. not sure if you're looking local or international but a place called "casa lalla" in marrakech, morocco has michelin star (two i think...correct me if i'm wrong) cuisine and you can make reservations to eat there if not a guest.

              1. ipsedixit RE: HillJ Sep 13, 2006 12:35 PM

                Several B&B at Jackson will gladly take dinner guests only. Call around for times, price, etc.

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