Pine has a place specializing in homemade soup -- the Rimside Grill.
Owned and operated by Tamara Logsdon and Steve Morken, the restaurant is in the old Alden Manor building on the southwest side of Pine.
Among the soups offered by Rimside Grill are prime rib and noodle, beef and barley, chicken and vegetable, squash and potato, and lots more.
"A lot of people have been stopping by and asking for the soup to go, so we have started making it to go, too," Logsdon said.
Rimside Grill serves lunch and dinner from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. Wednesday through Friday, and adds breakfast for the weekend, serving from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Early bird dinner specials are also available from 4 p.m. to 5 p.m., Logsdon said.
The restaurant can accommodate about 60 guests during the winter, but during warmer weather, the patio opens, making room for about 150 people.
Entertainment is featured at Rimside Grill about twice a month in the winter and every week during the summer, Logsdon said.
The new owners took over in June and offer family-style dining, plus have a cabin and cottage available for rent to visitors.
The cabin will accommodate two people, while the cottage can be used by four to six people, Logsdon said.
"The cabin has a small refrigerator and the cottage is a full, one-bedroom, with a kitchen," Logsdon said.
The cabin and cottage have stayed rented and there are already reservations for use during the Thanksgiving and Christmas holidays. Logsdon said normal rental reservations should be made a couple of weeks in advance, while it would be wise to make holiday reservations about two months ahead.
Reservations are also recommended for dining at Rimside Grill.
Both rental and dining reservations can be made at (928) 476-3349.