206 Mitchelle Dr.
Hendersonville, NC 28792
Phone: (828) 693-8800
Fax: (828) 697-6665
Bars & Cafes
A bakeshop selling breakfast, baked goods, and coffee. They are open Tuesday through Friday from 7 a.m. to 2 p.m. and Saturday & Sunday from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.
A quiet little coffee shop on Main Street with wonderful specialty sandwiches and an array of coffees & teas. They open at 7 a.m.
Visit this comfortable coffee house offering incredible gourmet beverages and enticing baked goods. There is wireless internet access and a relaxing seating area available.
Irish pub and eatery that features homemade specials. Open seven days a week until 2 a.m.
Located in historic downtown Hendersonville, Picasso's doors swing open in the early morning revealing the aromas of gourmet coffees and freshly baked breakfast pastries. Their luncheon fare includes an affordable array of sumptuous Italian panini, delicious hot & cold deli sandwiches, garden fresh salads, and homemade soups & quiche. Picasso's also offers a variety of delicious, made-from-scratch, European pastries - whole or by the slice - to enjoy with their coffees, espresso and specialty drinks - all in a relaxed atmosphere.
Enjoy a large variety of specialty sandwiches such as the Handcrafted Mediterranean Veggie Burger, the Grilled Black Forest Ham Panini, and the Shrimp Quesadilla on Honey Wheat Tortilla while dining at this unique cafe that also offers a variety of nightly dinner specials, gourmet salads, and homemade soups.
The Oskar Blues was started by Dale Katechis and partner about 15 years back. Dale is famous for his crafted canned beers which he makes in different varieties. They started this brewery in Brevard as he found this small town ideal for a large Brewery. His brewery is far from town but the surrounding mountains and woods make it a picture perfect atmosphere. You can also take a tour of the brewery and see how about 40,000 barrels of beer are made.
A beer aficionado's paradise, Highland Brewing Company takes you on a journey to the roots of beer. Enjoy a brewery tour or indulge in a pint of their ever-evolving selection. The selection of ales and brews are fascinating, with inventive varieties like oatmeal ale and mocha stout. Crafted to perfection, it's no surprise Highland boasts accolades aplenty.
Located at the Rodeway Inn of Brevard and open at 4 pm daily, Rockafellas offers a selection of sandwiches, wings, nachos and other specialties A variety of your favorite spirited beverages is also offered.
Though this rustic, lovely building was actually once a stable, it now houses a wonderful restaurant with terrific food. Located on the grounds of the Biltmore Estate at the stable courtyard, the Stable Cafe offers of good ol'stick to your ribs foods like burgers, fries, chicken and homemade desserts. Soda, beer and wine are available to quench your thirst. There is a kids menu available as well. They are closed on Thanksgiving and Christmas.
Cedric's Tavern offers a unique ambiance reminding typical Irish pubs. The village setting and the wooden decor give out the intended appeal quite convincingly. The food is leaning more towards the traditional pub grub style, though the local influence is also incorporated for definitive tastes. Try Shepherd's Pie, Oven Roasted Dubliner Cheddar Chicken or Cast Iron Seared Scottish Salmon for a gratifying meal.
No, not root beer, Root Ball. Root Bar Number One claims to be the birthplace of Root Ball, a game involving tossing a ring and a ball. It is a popular sport at the bar, especially on the weekends. Yet Root Ball is not the only entertainment. Root Bar Number One is a live music venue, getting a wide variety of acts playing only original music most Thursday and weekend nights. They have a large selection of beers hailing from Europe. Try their house beer, Longleg fuggles-hop Ale, or Bad Elf, only available during the holidays. With so much originality, it is a bar like no other.