Skyland Resort Restaurant

Nov 19, 2020 11:17 PM

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Feeling hungry? You can go to Skyland Resort Restaurant! This restaurant has three dining options: Pollock Dining Room, Mountain Taproom, and Grab ‘n Go. The Pollock Dining room allows guests to enjoy their food while seated in the restaurant. 

They have a breakfast, lunch, and dinner menus. This includes soups, salads, sandwiches, turkey, roasted chicken, and many more. They also have vegetarian and gluten-free food options. From the Pollock Dining Room, you can enjoy the view of the park itself. 

The Mountain Taproom is where you want to go when you want to drink! In the evening, Mountain Taproom also has live music so you will be able to relax and enjoy your drink more. They also serve yummy desserts. 

Lastly, the Grab ‘n Go is for you who want fast take away foods, snacks, and beverages. It’s the cheapest place to get anything to eat without driving down the mountain. However, it’s only open until 4 PM. 

Skyland Resort Weddings 

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If you have a plan to hold a wedding between early April to the end of November, Skyland Resort can be an excellent choice as the venue! Elegant, rustic, and intimate – they can make your dream wedding come true. As the resort features wonderful views of the national park, your wedding will radiate an unforgettable unique charm. 

The staff at Skyland Resort are experienced in handling weddings – they are flexible, responsive, courteous, and welcoming to all guests. With venues for up to 100 guests and a host of spectacular natural settings, Shenandoah National Park is a gorgeous wedding destination. 


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