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The Tropical Grill

Spruce Pine

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The Tropical Grill

Spruce Pine

(12)

Reviews (12)

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C
13 June 2017

The Cuban Sandwich was the best I have had ever. The spicy salsa was very good as well.The wait staff was attentive and explained every dish we asked about. It was a very pleasant dining experience. We were a party of five and had zero complaints from the group. I was with friends from work but will bring the family back when possible. Great lunch and I would highly recommend to all. More...

D
20 March 2015

Awesome place to eat. Great place to eat ,we loved the service,the food was awesome and had large portions we will be going back

C
14 June 2014

Amazing! Must stop in Spruce Pine. Had an amazing meal and absolutely worth the stop. Friendly staff. Amazing smoothies too!

S
8 January 2014

Like a food oasis. Not only is the food amazing but the staff is amazingly friendly. This place will not dissapoint

N
21 November 2013

The food is fresh and wonderful I hope I make it back there some day

S
26 September 2013

Quality Through and Through.... The Tropical Grill is a small restaurant located in the downtown area of Spruce Pine, NC. It seems that the establishment tends to focus on food from many different countries . I saw the result as being well-received among my party. I would imagine that all of the cuisine is homemade; everything that we ordered was bursting with flavor from the many herbs and spices that were used. Our waitress was pleasant, fun-spirited, a pleasure to be around, up-beat, and very friendly. She was attentive and treated us like guests in her home. The owners are Christian, and are involved with mission work in Guatemala. The restaurant's walls are covered with various products (colorful knit bags, clothes, trinkets, et cetera) that were bought from the Mayans. Their reasoning for buying these items lies in the fact that they wish to support various missions in Guatemala. Here is an excerpt from the Tropical Grill website regarding their inventory: "By purchasing our products, you are helping the Guatemalan people in many ways. First you help put monies into the Mayan economy. This provides economic opportunities for entire villages that otherwise have very little hope. Secondly, proceeds from your purchase go back to the missions in Guatemala that provide a much needed medical service and supply. But most important, understand it is our primary task to reach each Guatemalan with the 'Good News' of the Gospel of our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ." I personally felt led to review the Tropical Grill because of the wonderful things that they are doing for the Guatemalan people. More...

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26 September 2013

The Tropical Grill is a small restaurant located in the downtown area of Spruce Pine, NC. It seems that the establishment tends to focus on food from many different countries. I saw the result as being well-received among my party. I would imagine that all of the cuisine is homemade; everything that we ordered was bursting with flavor from the many herbs and spices that were used.Our waitress was pleasant, fun-spirited, a pleasure to be around, up-beat, and very friendly. She was attentive and treated us like guests in her home.The owners are Christian, and are involved with mission work in Guatemala. The restaurant's walls are covered with various products (colorful knit bags, clothes, trinkets, et cetera) that were bought from the Mayans. Their reasoning for buying these items lies in the fact that they wish to support various missions in Guatemala. Here is an excerpt from the Tropical Grill website regarding their inventory: "By purchasing our products, you are helping the Guatemalan people in many ways. First you help put monies into the Mayan economy. This provides economic opportunities for entire villages that otherwise have very little hope. Secondly, proceeds from your purchase go back to the missions in Guatemala that provide a much needed medical service and supply. But most important, understand it is our primary task to reach each Guatemalan with the 'Good News' of the Gospel of our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ."I personally felt led to review the Tropical Grill because of the wonderful things that they are doing for the Guatemalan people. More...

K
12 March 2013

Cute place, Great Food, Friendly Service. Quaint little restaurant with fabulous food!! Stopped here when work took me to Spruce Pine. A few locals told me i "had to try it" so when a local tell you , one must follow. :) So happy I did. Paradise burger was fantastic! More...

3
18 December 2012

Great Food, Atmosphere, Free WiFi & The Blue Ridge Parkway!. I discovered this gem of a restaurant last year when I moved here. The owners are wonderful, the food is fresh & delicious... great variety of Tropical-inspired dishes. I have tried many items on their menu and love them all. My favorites are the quesadillas, chicken on rice (Pollo a Plancha something or other!) & their Salsa Burger is amazing! Plus, they have free WiFi, a hard-to-find amenity in this scenic mountain area ;-) Don't miss The Blue Ridge Parkway nearby--it's my favorite thing about North Carolina! More...

S
8 June 2012

We just happened to stop by on our roadtripp, but we are so glad that we made the stop just here. The food is amazing and the service really good. I can really recommend it.

B
20 November 2011

I'm a local, and this is one of the BEST places to eat in the area. Very wide and varied menu, though I usually stick with the Philly Cheese Steak or Cheese Quesidilla. . LOVE the fact they serve breakfast all day long! Try the Omelet Guatemala, it's my new fav! The owners are very friendly and helpful. More...

A
8 November 2011

Yummy!. I am a local and I eat here so often they know me by name! No matter what you're in the mood for they've got it, from delicious sandwiches to homemade salsas! A little something for everyone!