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Gold Level Restaurants...

Ralph's Harborview Grill

570 Moors Road, Gilbertsville, KY 42044

(270) 362-8361

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  • Main Lake View
  • Indoor/Outdoor Dining
  • Open 6AM Seasonally
  • Catering Available
  • Kid's Menu
  • Southern Catfish
  • Grilled Steaks
  • Pork Chops
  • Burgers
  • Sunday Buffet

Ralph's Harborview Grill located at Moors Resort with outstanding views of the main lake and LBL. Come by water or land for some great southern cooking! Open Seasonally for Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner.

Ralph's Harborview Grill Ralph's Harborview Grill
Ralph's Harborview Grill Ralph's Harborview Grill


Other Restaurants...

Knott's Landing Restaurant
209 Poplar Street
Paris, TN 38242
(731) 642-4718
Willow Pond
3442 US Highway 62
Calvert City, KY 42029
(270) 395-7802
Dinner Bell Restaurant
13444 US Highway 68 East
Aurora, KY 42048
(270) 354-6521
Willow Pond
Highway 62 West
Eddyville, KY 42038
(270) 388-4354
Crossroads Restaurant
1901 US Highway 641
Murray, KY 42071
(270) 767-0662
Boat Haven Resort
3025 Rockcastle Road
Cadiz, KY 42211
(270) 522-7638
Catfish Kitchen Restaurant
136 Teal Run Circle
Gilbertsville, KY 42044
(270) 362-7306
Angler's Restaurant
2184 US Highway 62
Gilbertsville, KY 42044
270-362-4278
Meo Mio's Cajun & Seafood
130 Tate Dr
Buchanan, TN 38222
731-407-4926
Catfish Place
201 Highway 641 North
Camden, TN 38230
(731) 584-3504
Four Seasons Restaurant
4264 Murray Highway
Hardin, KY 42048
(270) 437-4505
Paris Landing Inn
400 Lodge Road
Buchanan, TN 38222
(731) 642-4311
Willow Pond
16814 US Highway 68 East
Aurora, KY 42048
(270) 474-2202


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