Eat Your Way Through Asheville
When we were doing research on Asheville before our trip, we quickly learned that it is a city full of amazing places to eat. Our problem is that we weren’t going to be there long enough to eat everywhere we wanted to. We did get to visit several places though. Here are our favorites, and some musts for visiting Asheville!
Tupelo Honey Cafe
This was our first stop of the trip, and it was fantastic. With a meal full of southern cuisine, our tummies were very happy when we left. We had homemade biscuits with of course, tupelo honey. I ordered fried chicken and mac & cheese. The southern usual. Ash ordered a cauliflower steak. We loved everything about our meal. This definitely needs to be a stop for you in Asheville.
Biscuit Head Cafe
I will never turn down a biscuit. Seriously, one of my favorite foods ever. When I heard about Biscuit Head Cafe I knew it had to be on our list. I have to be honest though. They weren’t the best biscuits I have ever had, but they were definitely up there. We all ordered them as breakfast sandwiches to fuel us for the day, and they did just that!
Just like we will never turn down biscuits, we will never turn down mexican food. When we came across Cantina, and saw that they served queso there was no question that we had to eat there. The queso was amazing, and the food was on par as well. What we really liked about this place was their charitable contributions. If you decided to forgo your sides with your entree they donated 7 meals to those in need. How amazing is that!
Our parents had been to Asheville a few years ago and raved about Chestnut. They just loved it. We decided to head over there for brunch on our last day, and it was the perfect meal to end our trip. Dad and I ordered the Chicken & Waffles. You know we couldn’t resist that. Mom had some amazing veggies and grits, and Ashley ordered the vegan Huevos Rancheros. Needless to say, this was one of our favorite meals.
Mom and I both can’t resist something sweet, so we popped into this little bakery to pick up some cookies. And by some I mean three that we promptly ate all of. They were amazing. If you are looking for a sweet treat close to Biltmore, this is it!
Double D’s Coffee
All of you know by now how much we love London. When I saw this actual double decker bus from London serving coffee my first thought was, this was made for us! We popped in on our way out of town, and had some pretty amazing coffee.
I would go back to Asheville just to eat at more places. They definitely give New York a run for their money in the food department. What are your favorite places to eat in Asheville? Let us know down below! Hope y’all have a great weekend!
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