Maple Festival Food

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A visit to the Highland Maple Festival is a culinary experience!  Sample delicious local products and a selection of tasty treats infused with Highland-made maple syrup.  Maple donuts, maple-glazed chicken, maple candy, all-you-can-eat plain and buckwheat pancakes smothered in maple syrup are “musts” on your Maple Festival to-do list!  And, don’t forget Highland County-grown lamb and trout dinners.

 

The following foods are available throughout the four days of the 2017 festival:

  Denotes seated service available

PANCAKE DINNERS — PLAIN AND BUCKWHEAT:

BLUE GRASS:  Blue Grass Ruritan Building.  Located on Blue Grass Valley Road, 7 miles north of Monterey.  (7:30 a.m. – 3 p.m.)

BOLAR:  Bolar Ruritan Club.  Located 15 miles south of Monterey at intersection of Routes 220 & 607.
(7 a.m. – 3 p.m.)

MCDOWELL:  Stonewall Ruritan Building.  Located at intersection of Routes 250 and 678 in McDowell.
(7 a.m. – 4 p.m.)

MONTEREY:  Highland Public Schools on Myers/Moon Road, off Rt. U.S. 250 in Monterey.
(8 a.m. – 4 p.m.)

WILLIAMSVILLE:  Bath-Highland Fire Department/Williamsville Community Center on Route 678.
(7 a.m. – 2 p.m.)

 

OTHER FOODS:

MCDOWELL

  • McDowell Fire Department: Trout, Chicken, and Ham Dinners; Rt.
    678, across from the Stonewall Ruritan building. 11 a.m. – 5 p.m.
  • Stonewall Ruritan Building: Baked Goods & Maple Products

 

MONTEREY:

  • Mill Gap Ruritans Maple Donuts; Behind Ernie’s Market.
  •  Maple Festival Food Court; Water St., Monterey
    • Asbury United Methodist Church: Burgers, Country Ham, Hot Dogs & Pork BBQ
    • Monterey United Methodist Church: Funnel Cakes & Fried Oreos
    • The Little Cheerful: Brunswick Stew, Vegetarian Chili, & Cornbread
  • Church of God of Prophecy: Country Ham, Burgers, Bacon Cheese Burgers & Chilli Dogs; Main Street
  • Monterey Lions Club: Pork Rinds; Main Street
  • Monterey Vol. Fire Dept.: Baked Goods, Chili & Hot Dogs; Monterey Firehouse.
  • Virginia Trout Company: Trout Sandwiches; North on Rt. U.S. 220.
  •  Monterey Presbyterian Church: Maple-Glazed Chicken & Grilled Pork Tenderloin; Spruce Street across from Courthouse
  • Mt. Concession’s Kettle Corn; Main Street

 

RESTAURANTS:  

  • The Highland Inn (Main Street, Monterey) – Fine dining featuring locally-sourced food
  • Highs Restaurant (Main Street, Monterey) – Pancakes & buckwheat cakes; fresh trout
  • The Real Deal (Main Street, Monterey) – Lunch specials prepared with local foods
  • Mountain Hideaway Restaurant (Corner of Routes U.S. 250 & 220, Monterey) – Pancakes & buckwheat cakes; fresh trout