Blue Ridge Mountains Food & Drink in North Carolina
Here are the best options for food and drink in the Blue Ridge Mountains. This diverse list of breweries, vineyards and distilleries includes a variety of price scales. But wherever you go, you'll be sure to find folks that are passionate and committed to the best food and drink in the Blue Ridge Mountains.
UMI offers Japanese cuisine and sushi served in an elegant ambiance. Good service and consistently good reviews on travel sites. Highly rated for the Japanese entrees, fresh Thai food and sakes, and one of the most popular restaurants in WNC.
633 N. Main Street
North Carolina, Hendersonville 28792
The Spring Creek Tavern is located in the Iron Horse Station Restaurant. The bar features the original counter from the Ponder Hardware Store. The Tavern offers a wide variety of ice-cold bottled and draft beers, and an assortment of wines, as well as grilled sandwiches, soups, salads, and side dishes.
145 Bridge Street
North Carolina, Hot Springs 28743
Six Pence Pub offers appetizers, soups, salads, sandwiches, house specialties, desserts and beverages, along with warm hospitality and good cheer.
1121 Main Street
North Carolina, Blowing Rock 28605
The Schoolhouse Cafe offers fixed-menu 'box dinners' featuring fried chicken with two sides and a biscuit prepared from scratch using locally-grown seasonal vegetables when possible. Saturday evening cafe offerings include a BBQ sandwich, hot dog, Yellow Branch cheese and fruit plate, ice cream, homemade desserts, snacks and assorted drinks. Enjoy your meal in the Cafe, on the deck or anywhere on the grounds.
121 Schoolhouse Road
North Carolina, Robbinsville 28771
The Swag Inn restaurant serves a hearty breakfast buffet, packed lunches, and ever-changing evening meals, often prepared with herbs, fruits, and vegetables from local farmers and purveyors.
2300 Swag Road
North Carolina, Waynesville 28785