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Tupelo Honey Cafe first opened its doors in Asheville, NC in 2000. Each location not only continues the legacy of the original restaurant with creative, eclectic, imaginative food, but continues to foster a hometown feel through local art, local charitable outreach, local brews and responsibly…
1 N. Main St. | 8 a.m.-4 p.m. You get the Mountain Blueberry pancakes, I’ll get the Fit to be Tied, Pickled & Fried Benny or a Shoo Mercy omelet… deal?
Southern, delicious dishes. Great place for sitting a while and enjoying breakfast. Order the biscuits, honey and jam! Would recommend making a reservation. Paid parking garages are available nearby.
Great food in a great scene and right downtown. American style menu.
“One of my favorite places for coffee, tea and even drinks. Awesome food and desserts ”
“Anyone who’s stopped by this coffee shop’s new location (just across the street from its old space on Pendleton) knows that it’s always buzzing with people – it’s clearly a crowd favorite. Sip a rose cardamom latte surrounded by local art, a skylight full of plants, and a pink sofa.”
“Fluor Field at the West End is a 6,700-seat baseball-only stadium in Greenville, South Carolina that opened on April 6, 2006. Designed by architectural firm DLR Group, it was built as a new home of the Greenville Drive baseball team, the A affiliate of the Boston Red Sox.”
“Great food; small plates are fantastic if you don’t want anything too heavy. Tucked away in a beautiful corner of Downtown. ”
“All kids love the Zoo, right? Greenville’s should be no exception. It is a smaller Zoo surrounded by the giant Cleveland Park and a huge playground. A great outing for kids and super close to Sidewall Pizza, which wouldn’t make a bad lunch :).”