The Skycrest Restaurant
Dining . . . Above the Clouds
Enjoy delicious Southern fare as you take in the breathtaking view of the Petit Jean River Valley and distant Blue Mountain Lake. Here in the Skycrest Restaurant, named for the first hotel that long ago graced the top of 2,753-foot Mount Magazine, tall timbers and an impressive two-story fireplace reflect the “parkitecture” style of the 1930s. Hickory furniture completes the rustic warmth of this mountain lodge's dining room.
The menu's variety of choices including specialty items unique to the Skycrest Restaurant will suit all tastes. The restaurant is open daily.