Dining At Sparta Restaurant With Shrimp Scampi & Swordfish on the Menu

Elegance Defines the Sparta Restaurant

Dark oak floors and one red brick wall help define the place. The other walls, smoothly cemented over and painted a sunflower yellow with a coffee brown mixed in, brighten up Sparta Restaurant. Square and round dining tables decked out with burgundy linen tablecloths and topped with glass tabletops add to the elegance. Faux posted beams, bead board and wood ceilings add to the last touches for the total feel of finer dining.

The Sparta Restaurant Elegance Moves On to the Menu

Sparta Restaurant finishes the mood with seascape paintings hung on the walls. German Polka music plays spiritedly in the background. And the mood moves on to the menu. Shrimp Scampi, Bratwurst with sauerkraut, T-Bone steak, Swordfish and Chicken Picata are a few of the entrees on the menu. The menu also offers appetizers, hamburgers and sandwiches, along with soups and salad.

Terry and I decide on the meatloaf special at $7.95 each. The special comes with soup or salad, potatoes and the entrĂ©e. The soup of the day is lentil soup. You have a choice of mashed potatoes, baked potato or french fries. We both picked the salad, filled with lettuce, tomato, onion and yummy black olives. I ordered the house dressing which consists of garlic, oil, vinegar, cucumber juice and crushed tomatoes. Terry had ranch dressing. I’ve never seen meatloaf so smooth or silky. And the chef mixes in a bit of onion also for flavoring. The meatloaf tastes more like Salisbury Steak. The lumpy mashed potatoes topped with brown gravy taste just like Mom’s. This is a meal to savor.

Sparta Restaurant hours for lunch are Tuesday through Saturday from 11:00 am till 2:00 pm. Dinner hours are Tuesday through Saturday from 4:30 pm till 9:00 pm. The restaurant is also open on Sunday from 11:00 am till 2:00 pm. Sparta Restaurant is in downtown Sparta, NC. Come and dine in elegance at great prices. With food so yummy it tastes like Mom made it. This one is too good to miss.


Trease L Carpenter

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