Come on in and enjoy a mountain burger and a cold glass of tea! Or how about a healthy salad and top it off with some onion rings? What ever you are hungry for, we can fix it up for you and serve it with a smile.
Looking for a cool treat on a hot day or some place to celebrate a special occasion with the kids? Mountain Rest Cafe has opened an ice cream parlor right next to their restaurant. It is open Thursday thru Sunday the same hours as the cafe.
We have both Byers and Blue Bunny brands. Check out the delicous flavors you have to choose from. Vanilla, butter pecan, chocolate, strawberry, black cherry, butter pecan, rainbow sherbert, mint chocolate chip, cookies & cream, and peach. There are two no sugar options and five gluten free.
So what’s stopping you, you know your want some!!! How about a banana split?
If you have never been to our cafe, make sure you stop in for lunch or dinner soon and then visit the MRC Scoops for dessert!
Over a year ago, the Mountain Rest Cafe moved to it’s new location by the Dollar General store right at the junction of Hwy 107 and Hwy 28. So if you head further up the mountain without eating you will be missing the best country cooking in Mtn Rest!! Come in and sample the delicious food made fresh for you by Kim Wald and her wonderful team! You will want to stop in for a Mountain burger or some hot fried chicken. Give mom a break and Sunday, after church, stop in for family Sunday supper. The address is 7057 Highlands HWY. So stop on by soon! The restaurant is open Thursday through Sunday and is conveniently located to all of Oconee County’s favorite hikes with beautiful trails and waterfalls. When you head back from your favorite hike stop in for a snack and a sweet tea. You will be glad you did!
We are excited to announce the new location for the Mountain Rest Cafe. The cafe originally opened over 11 years ago by the Mountain Rest post office. It’s new location is right next to the Dollar General at the junction of Hwy 107 and Hwy 28 at 7057 Highlands HWY
The cafe has a reputation for excellent country cooking by Kim Wald and her staff. You will want to stop in for a Mountain burger or some hot fried chicken. On Sunday, after church, stop in for Sunday supper.
The new location has room to grow for private events and will even have a gift shop.
The restaurant is open Thursday through Sunday and is conveniently located to all of Oconee County’s favorite hikes with beautiful trails and waterfalls.