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20 N. Main St. Weaverville, NC 28787
The mountains of Western North Carolina have long provided a rich and fertile home for artists and artisans, both those born in the mountains and those drawn here to the lively arts scene of this area.
Our gallery in Weaverville, North Carolina, just 10 minutes north of Asheville, draws on this superb heritage and is home to more than eighty of the finest artists and craftspeople around.
Come explore and be delighted, MON – SAT
10 am – 5 pm.
No Need to go to Asheville for your evening meal. We have fabulous and diverse choices just a short walk from our Inn.
Blue Mountain Pizza
55 N. Main St.
Locally owned pizzeria with full Italian menu, draft beer and wine. Family friendly, free live music nightly. Recognized as one of the top ten pizza restaurants in Western North Carolina you will find a full menu offering sandwiches, pasta, salads and much more. We have the best cheesecake in town and an attentive staff ready to make your visit memorable!
10A South Main Street
Whether it’s family dinner or a quick business lunch, Twisted Laurel has the fresh Mediterranean-inspired menu you’ve been looking for. You don’t have to go off the beaten path to discover consistently great food in an unbelievable atmosphere at a price that allows you to order dessert.
18 North Main Street
Our Mission At the Glass Onion Is To Procure Local, Organic & Sustainable Products From Area Farmers & Vendors.
Soba Sushi and Noodles
76 Main Street
Enjoy a delicious meal in our new dining room or relax with a Saki on our outdoor patio which overlooks Main Street. We offer a full menu that is sure to please the entire family. The atmosphere is outstanding and so is our food!
Stoney Knob Cafe
337 Merrimon Ave
Stoney Knob Cafe
“Hip, funky and exotic” are just a few of the ways diners describe Stoney Knob Café. This unique restaurant offers its guests cuisine from near and far, with an eclectic menu including American contemporary, Greek and European dishes, fantastic hors d’oeuvres and a variety of Southern comfort foods.
Maggie B’s Wine and Specialty Shop
10C South Main Street
Weaverville’s premier wine & cheese store.
Main Street Grill
5 S. Main Street
Quaint restaurant on Main Street, serving the best Burgers and great Wings. Also Coldest beer in town. Come and visit with us and enjoy!
Well Bred Bakery & Cafe
26 N. Main St.
Western North Carolina’s most exceptional, handcrafted edibles. Fine Pastries, shade-grown, organic coffee, espresso drinks, gourmet foods, soups, salads and sandwiches. Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Live entertainment on Friday and Saturday nights.
Weaverville Creperie & Cafe
113 North Main
100% Gluten Free in a warm & inviting atmosphere. Serving the best crêpes, locally roasted organic coffee, local beer and wine!
Welcome to the Crêperie and Cafe, where our specialty is delicious gluten free crêpes created with the ingenuity and passion inspired by the fantastic flavors of France itself. We take great pride in making our crêpes in new and creative ways. Come and experience French cooking our way in Western North Carolina.
332 Weaverville Hwy
Enjoy traditional Bravarian hospiltality in our Bravarian Restaurant Style Lodge
133 Weaverville Highway
We invite you to stop by the Bellagio Bistro in the North Asheville / Woodfin area for great Italian and Greek food! We are open for Lunch and Dinner
Arts and Crafts and Galleries
Visualizing the visual arts The Dry Ridge Inn is an excellent place from which to explore the many artists that welcome visitors into their studios, many of them located on the…
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