Tobacco Valley New Restaurant Alert
What a delicious and fabulous way to begin summer in the Tobacco Valley! Three new restaurants just opened and each offers something special for locals and tourists looking for a really good meal.
Just a few miles south of the Canadian border is El Asadero, the valley's new Mexican restaurant with not only great salsa and other Mexican delicacies but also quality seafood and steaks. El Asadero's spacious dining room is ideal for sitting with friends over a leisurely dinner or stopping by for a late-night snack.
At the intersection of Highways 93 and 37 is North Point, a new dining venue recently opened by the owners of the Point of Rocks Restaurant in Olney. North Point features various options, including a large salad, soup, and taco bar until 9:00, and BBQ, roasted chicken, sirloin steak, burgers and catfish served until midnight.
At the very south end of Eureka in the National Hotel building, is Barron's BBQ, which offers a fantastic variety of dishes that are smoked right there. Many come with a Cajun twist, such as smoked chicken salad served with a side of black-eyed peas. Sausage, pork, and chicken are just some of the meats served as a platter or in a sandwich along with great side dishes, including roasted corn on the cob and homemade potato salad. The meats are all GMO-free, primarily range-fed, and raised without hormones or antibiotics.So, whatever you are in the mood for when dining out, you will probably find the right place in the Tobacco Valley to satisfy your hunger and quench your thirst.
About the Author: Rita Collins. I am a believer in the power of community and for now I call the Tobacco Valley home. I have lived in nine states and three counties and this community here amazes me - how people reach out to neighbors and even travelers. I've never lived in a place that demonstrates people caring for each other so well. And I've never lived in a place that has such a high percentage of talented musicians and artists. I work with the the Sunburst Community Service Foundation, a nonprofit that began in Eureka twenty years ago and now serves numerous communities in western Montana. And I just started a new business, St. Rita's Amazing Traveling Bookstore and Textual Apothecary. I never could have imagined life being this exciting in my sixth decade.