In the second-oldest building in Cashiers, built in 1892, you can sit on the huge, airy, covered back porch with a metal roof and eat some of the best sandwiches in the region. Lunch specialties include the "Arabian Club," with turkey, bacon, sprouts, and black olives on pita bread. The Black Angus burgers are excellent, and there are several veggie options. Cornucopia has moved upmarket for dinner, with dishes such as bacon-wrapped filet mignon and sesame-seared tuna. No alcohol is sold, but you can bring your own beer, wine, or liquor (there's a set-up charge of $2 for wine and beer and $5 for liquor, per person.) Cornucopia is often packed, especially at lunch.
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