Coming to the Asheville area for the Thanksgiving holiday? We’ve got a handful of restaurants to share with you that will be open for dining on Turkey Day.
One thing that sets Black Mountain apart from other small towns in western North Carolina is the depth of fantastic local restaurants. Of course, there’s farm-to-table, but also gastropubs, pizza joints, casual fine dining, several restaurants with international menus, and more. With so many choices, a great way for foodies to expand their horizons is through a guided tour by Creative Mountain Food Tours.
The 2016 farmer’s market season is almost here, and that means the Black Mountain Tailgate Market is coming soon! The market features locally-grown food including produce, meat, eggs and honey, as well as arts and crafts. It’s an awesome community gathering.
Asheville Restaurant Week is a special treat — not just for locals, but also for wintertime visitors to the North Carolina mountains. What better way to sample the awesome food from the Asheville area?
Looking for a winery when you visit the mountains of North Carolina? The Asheville region has plenty of wineries, each with its own distinct flair.
Exciting news! One of our guests’ favorite tailgate markets returns for the 2015 season on Saturday, May 2. The Black Mountain Tailgate Market is one of our local tailgate markets, located in Black Mountain, North Carolina, about 10-15 minutes west of the Inn on Mill Creek B&B.
Traveling to the Asheville/Black Mountain, NC, area over the holidays? Here are a few of the restaurants in our neck of the woods that will be open on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day.
We know many of you will be spending Thanksgiving at a family member or friend’s home eating dinner, watching football, taking a nap, the usual Turkey Day traditions. However, for our guests and anyone traveling to the Asheville area for a getaway next week, never fear, there are plenty of restaurants open on Thanksgiving Day, November 27, 2014.
|Louise’s Kitchen, a stop on the Ultimate Foodie Tour and Pub and Grub Crawl|
It’s a common scenario: You find a terrific little vacation spot with several great restaurants and they all look awesome, and you know that they add so much to the area in terms of history and culture, which you’d love to experience. Black Mountain, North Carolina, is one such place. Problem is, you don’t have time to try them all before you head home. Well, let’s solve that problem, shall we?
|Wicked Weed Brewing in Asheville [photo credit: boabeerblog]|
We’re told that Asheville, NC, has more breweries per capita than any other city in the United States. And we believe it. Currently, there are 16 craft breweries (and counting), and Asheville has something like 80,000 residents, so there is plenty of brew for Ashevillians and visitors alike. Favorites of ours include the Black Mocha Stout from Highland Brewing Company in Asheville, Green Man IPA from Green Man Brewery in Asheville, and the GFY Scotch Ale from Lookout Brewing Company in Black Mountain. And we love so many others as well.