Yes sir, yes sir and delightful tummy full.
After a seriously bad dining experience our first night in beautiful, and relaxing, Blue Ridge Georgia we finally experienced a fine dining moment at Black Sheep…
The long and short of it, we returned to dining heaven. Our experience showed us there is fine dining in the small town of Blue Ridge. Moreover, this experience showed us our first review of Black Sheep was on the money.
Black Sheep’s clam pasta was like tasting and smelling the fresh food the sea has to offer...a briny, clam filled delight full of fresh clams and wonderfully cooked pasta-seasoned to perfection. The clam sauce is a sea food delight with a salty/briny kick to it. However, do not think our briny description means this dish is overly salty, it is a combination fresh seafood with the aura of its origins from the sea perfectly preserved. This clam pasta, a special of the day, is the perfect example of fine dining.
There is another reason why we are impressed. As we entered the restaurant, the owner told us the power had just come back on. For the hour before our arrival, Black Sheep was literally in the dark. We held our breath, thinking that the restaurant might be in turmoil, after losing a restaurant full of customers due to an unexplained power failure. Not so, the staff and chef were a well-oiled machine delivering a wonderful dining experience.
A definite must is dessert at Black Sheep. The Black Sheep Pie is a delight, a perfect balance of salty pretzels, chocolate, and creaminess with a banana surprise.
The price for feeding four with two Bloody Marys and two glasses of wine is $177.01. Well worth the price for food, and service, that showed us Blue Ridge still has some fine dining muscles to flex.
The South rose again with a fantastically delightful dining experience at Black Sheep.