While traveling down the winding and wooded N.C. Route 194 in Valle Crucis, I discovered this off-the-beaten-path attraction in North Carolina. And it’s a good thing my stomach was a rumblin’ because this quaint home built in 1861 – the same year the Civil War started – is now a restaurant called Over Yonder. Can you imagine the hardship of building towns back then? Located in the former homestead of the Taylor Family, you won’t believe how delicious the food is here. Let’s take a look at this adorable, small-town diner in North Carolina.

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Discover more about this off-the-beaten-path attraction in North Carolina on the Over Yonder website. While you’re in the area, explore the interesting town of Boone. And stay a while at a cozy Vrbo in the area.

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