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Posted: 02/05/13 01:48pm Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Any great country breakfast or lunch spots in Asheville? Sights worth seeing?

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Blue Ridge Highway, Biltmore Estate. The drive to Lake Lure, Hendersonville (south a few miles). There was a beer garden downtown that was great for eating and drinking. This is a college town so just walking around the downtown area is a pleasure in and of itself. Same for Hendersonville.

These were all things we liked in and around Asheville on our visit a few years ago.


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We are fond of Cafe Azalea

There are a number of neat eating and drinking establishments right in the downtown area.


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We stay at a CG down from the Farmer's Market and enjoy breakfast at Moose Cafe near its entrance. After breakfast, we spend a couple of hours at the Farmer's Market.


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We went last summer and really enjoyed our trip. Biltmore - expensive but so worth it. Black Mountain and the old-fashioned hardware store in it. Neat little shops and a great view. Downtown is a great place to visit - lots of crafters, buskers, restaurants and great buildings. A welcoming, easy-to-get around city. Visit the tourist information center, get tickets for the trolley if you don't want to park on the streets (free parking at the info center). Visit the Grove Park Inn. So much to do and of course the Blue Ridge Parkway. I would go back in a minute!

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Ashville has become quite a art mecca, there are many great galleries there and the food you should try is the Bar-Be-Que and you can find it anywhere, they are quite proud of there bar b que.There is so much to see there and if you are out and about and want to venture out go south for the day and go to the Highlands and Emerald and also go and see a few of the waterfalls. Good traveling.

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We enjoyed 12 Bones down in the River Front Arts District. Neat place, great ribs, simple menu.


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If you go to the Biltmore, be sure to check out the moulding between the walls and ceilng in the library. This will quickly tell you what kind of man Mr. Biltmore was.

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If you go to the Biltmore, be sure to check out the moulding between the walls and ceilng in the library. This will quickly tell you what kind of man Mr. Biltmore was.

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While not in Asheville and not a lunch place, in nearby Waynesville is a great place for dinner called the Chef's Table. Small place with outstanding food. Reservations are recommended as there are only about a half dozen tables.

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