Eat & Drink
Hendersonville and the Western North Carolina area attract some of the best culinary minds in the world which leads to remarkable dining experiences. We have your guide to all area restaurants.
You know those great little places you find on the best road trips? This is one of them. Drop in for a tasty appetizer, big fat burger, wrap, a sandwich of your choice or a crispy salad. Eat inside or on the deck overlooking the Rocky Broad River. Or, if you’re going hiking in Chimney Rock Park, pick up a picnic to go. Located in the heart of Chimney Rock Village next to the Park entrance, 18 miles from downtown Hendersonville on Hwy. 64 East. Catering. Beer and wine available. Open all year.
Indulge in some of the best Cali-Mex style cuisine in the area. Devour our delicious menu options that include some classics, such as burritos and fajitas, along with a mix of other fresh items. Get authentic margaritas and more from our bar, as well as free chips and bean dip with every meal.
Daddy D’s Suber Soulfood is a restaurant known best for its country cooking. Doris Young and David Suber are owners of this business. Their father (Daddy D) is the reason this wonderful business came about.
Season’s Restaurant At Highland Lake is one of the more celebrated dining experiences in the Carolinas. Season’s promises guests an extraordinary meal with friendly service, in an inspired mountain setting. With an eclectic mix of regional dishes and international cuisine, Season’s features only the freshest fare that incorporates seasonal ingredients—many grown on-site at our organic garden. By combining our passion for sustainability and amazing flavor, Season’s helps protect the environment by utilizing local food sources.
The Moose Café is an award-winning country restaurant which started in North Carolina. They were in Southern Living Magazine and have received numerous other awards for their commitment to quality. Open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner seven days a week featuring all of your southern favorites!
Roux features an innovative menu incorporating small plates and comfort food with a creative twist. The restaurant will use as much local food as possible, supporting the Hilton Asheville’s commitment to sustainability. The menu features local farm fresh products prepared in a creative but simple fashion, blending the best of both the gourmet and southern comfort food worlds.
Critics from Southern Living to The New York Times are salivating over this new twist on Southern cuisine. Dine inside the charming restaurant or amid the vibrant street life on the sidewalk while enjoying the distinctive beer and wine list. Breakfast entrees always available, and dining until 11 p..m. on weekends. Our goal is to deliver a 10 on our Scale-of-Full-Flavor-Awesomeness, add several heaping helpings of fun, and be true to our internal credo: A Tupelo Honey experience should be a thousand times better than ordinary. A million times more delicious than you imagined. And worth coming back to for seconds, time and time again. South location at 1829 Hendersonville Road, also located downtown at 12 College St.
Find out why Peter Jennings called it “the best little bookshop in the Southeast.”
Specializing in barbecue from the slow pit smoker and pizza from the Italian wood-fired oven.
Proudly serving the finest homemade Italian food. Located at 123 Fifth Avenue East next to City hall. Reservations recommended.
Serving Authentic Southern BBQ Since 1984!
111 South Main Street
Black Rose Public House
222 N. Main St