Built inside a 1929 mansion that presumably once was financed by Al Capone, the restaurant serves a menu of traditional gourmet dishes including Brie en Croute, Blackened Salmon Oscar and Black Thai Duck. The mansion that houses the restaurant was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1997 and still features the original escape hatches and underground tunnels that were used by Capone to transfer liquor during the Prohibition Era. In 2001, High Point received the “Best Gourmet Meal in Tennessee” award from “Tennessee” magazine. The atmosphere, the delectable creations of the talented chef’s, charismatic and courteous service, create an incredible “getaway” on the mountain.
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