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The Ugly Dog Pub
Featuring craft cocktails, regional brews, and elevated pub food, the Ugly Dog serves delicious food with a classic twist. Favorites include their wide selection of all-beef quarter-pound hotdogs, The Pimento Burger, and the Bourbon BBQ Pulled Pork Sandwich. The Ugly Dog is known as Cashiers gathering place for friends to catch up and unwind; with a rotating selection of weekly entertainment it’s a Cashiers stop you won’t want to miss.
Granny Burrell Falls
Following a steep, 12-foot slide from Panthertown Creek, the falls flows gently into the massive pool below. If the water’s too high, and you can’t get a good view by wading, head to Macs Gap Trail across the bridge for the perfect photo. If you want to stay the night, Macs Gap is also host to a campsite—but beware of coyotes, as it’s not out of the ordinary to spot one in the area.
Innovation Brewing has added a third location in Jackson County! Located on the campus of Western Carolina University, Innovation Cullowhee brings its laid-back vibes, iconic brews and a thriving nightlife to WCU. Grab an award-winning pint of Innovation's mainstays or try something funky and new!
Sapphire Valley Resort
Just above 3,400 feet elevation, Sapphire Valley offers a 1,600-foot main run with a vertical drop of 200 feet and a 500-foot snow tubing run. And now, Sapphire Valley Ski Area offers a moving carpet to quickly transport you back to the top of the slopes for multiple runs throughout each 1.75 hour session.
Brookings Anglers provides fly fishing enthusiasts with access to guide trips and all other fishing needs. Wade for trout in the streams and rivers or purchase some of the extensive merchandise from rods, reels and tackles to clothing. Visit our site for details.
Smoky Mountain River Adventures
Smoky Mountain River Adventures provides white water rafting for the whole family, including children as small as 40lbs. We rent inflatable kayaks for one or two people, as well as rafts. You may choose to have a river guide to help tame the rapids or have your own adventure!
Greenland Creek Falls
At 45 feet high, the two-part cascade tumbles from Greenland Creek into a wide pool of moss- and lichen-blanketed boulders and often clear water.
The Wine Bar and Cellar
Offering the largest selection of top-shelf wine, the Wine Bar and Cellar offers a relaxed vibe true to the heart of downtown Sylva. With rotating events, tapas by ILDA, tastings, and an open-air feel, patrons can also take home wine by the bottle or by the case. Make sure to visit and take some time to wine a little.
Dream Catchers Fishing Supply
Learn tips and techniques from professional anglers and guides Austin and Mike Neary while reeling in your DREAM CATCH! Dream Catcher’s Fishing Supply is also a shop for fisherman, by fisherman! A shop created by local Pro’s and guides. Free seminars every Tuesday night at 7 p.m.
Lulu's On Main
Lulu's on Main has an edgy, retro atmosphere tied together with paintings from many local artists displayed on the wall. Chef Devin McCardle, who once served as honorary chef for Julia Child's foundation, The American Institute of Wine & Food, takes his expertise and French culinary training to the kitchen to create a menu which features a range of vegetarian, vegan and gluten-free items to suit special diets. In addition, all menu items are certified hormone-free and humanely-raised, including fresh North Carolina seafood. The salmon, Szechuan salad and peanut butter pie are local favorites. Lulu's menu features a wide variety of choices and the service is said to be unmatched! A martini bar inside the restaurant offers mixed drinks, as well as beer and wine. If you have a chance, say hi to the owner Mick McCradle for some good stories and history on the restaurant.
Fire Mountain Trails
Located about 100 yards from the Oconaluftee Indian Village in Cherokee, the trails interlace through the nearby Great Smoky Mountains and is only a 20-minute drive from neighboring Sylva. These views are guaranteed to take your breath away! Free and open all day, every day, the trails will be waiting for your arrival.