Tupelo Honey Cafe


12 College St
Asheville, NC 28801

Phone: 828-255-4863

Map / Directions Map / Directions

Hours:
Tue-Thu 9am-3pm, 5:30pm-9pm; Fri-Sat 9am-3pm, 5:30pm-10pm; Sun 9am-3pm

Cuisine:
American, Southern

Dining Options:
Bar Dining, Catering


10BEST Says

Best Restaurants: Dark wood floors, muted yellow walls, bistro tables topped with flowers and additional sidewalk seating give this eatery upscale appeal. The kitchen serves tantalizing breakfasts such as New Orleans-style French toast, sweet potato pancakes and omelets with complimentary hot biscuits all day. Dinner options include shrimp and grits, nutty fried chicken with mashed sweet potatoes, and a veggie plate that might include organic honey-glazed carrots, marinated grilled tofu or candied ginger cornbread with peanut butter. Asheville has a great Saturday and Sunday morning brunch scene, and this is definitely an area favorite thanks to the breakfast pies people will line down the street for. Tupelo has another location in Asheville's south side but it doesn't have the same vibe as the downtown locale.

Breakfast, Lunch, Cafés, Best Value: Dark wood floors, muted yellow walls, bistro tables topped with flowers and additional sidewalk seating give this eatery upscale appeal. The kitchen serves tantalizing breakfasts such as New Orleans-style French toast, sweet potato pancakes and omelets with complimentary hot biscuits all day. Dinner options include shrimp and grits, nutty fried chicken with mashed sweet potatoes, and a veggie plate that might include organic honey-glazed carrots, marinated grilled tofu or candied ginger cornbread with peanut butter.


Insider Tips

Local Expert Says:

Best Restaurants: "Tupelo Honey Café is right across the street from Pritchard Park where hundreds gather every Friday night for the Asheville Drum Circle. If you can snag a patio table at Tupelo that evening, you're in for a heart-thumping, toe tapping musical treat you'll never forget."

Recommended as Best Restaurants Because: Tupelo Honey Café, which opened in downtown Asheville in 2000, now has additional locations in Asheville, Raleigh, Charlotte and beyond. Obviously, they're doing something right.

10Best List photo 10BEST says

Best Restaurants: Dark wood floors, muted yellow walls, bistro tables topped with flowers and additional sidewalk seating give this eatery upscale appeal. The kitchen serves tantalizing breakfasts such as New Orleans-style French toast, sweet potato pancakes and omelets with complimentary hot biscuits all day. Dinner options include shrimp and grits, nutty fried chicken with mashed sweet potatoes, and a veggie plate that might include organic honey-glazed carrots, marinated grilled tofu or candied ginger cornbread with peanut butter. Asheville has a great Saturday and Sunday morning brunch scene, and this is definitely an area favorite thanks to the breakfast pies people will line down the street for. Tupelo has another location in Asheville's south side but it doesn't have the same vibe as the downtown locale.

Breakfast, Lunch, Cafés, Best Value: Dark wood floors, muted yellow walls, bistro tables topped with flowers and additional sidewalk seating give this eatery upscale appeal. The kitchen serves tantalizing breakfasts such as New Orleans-style French toast, sweet potato pancakes and omelets with complimentary hot biscuits all day. Dinner options include shrimp and grits, nutty fried chicken with mashed sweet potatoes, and a veggie plate that might include organic honey-glazed carrots, marinated grilled tofu or candied ginger cornbread with peanut butter.

10Best List photo Insider Tips

Local Expert Kristen Manieri Says:

Best Restaurants: "Tupelo Honey Café is right across the street from Pritchard Park where hundreds gather every Friday night for the Asheville Drum Circle. If you can snag a patio table at Tupelo that evening, you're in for a heart-thumping, toe tapping musical treat you'll never forget."

Recommended as Best Restaurants Because: Tupelo Honey Café, which opened in downtown Asheville in 2000, now has additional locations in Asheville, Raleigh, Charlotte and beyond. Obviously, they're doing something right.

Brunch Menu

Brunch
Chef Brian's Special Omelets
Omelet Additions
Additions for Any Breakfast Item

Lunch Menu

Sandwiches
Make it a Shoo Mercy Burger and Add
Classic Cheesy Grill

Dinner Menu

Southern Small Plates
Signature Small Plates
Sandwiches
Make it a Shoo Mercy Burger and Add
Salads
Soups
Supper Plates with Sides
Chef Specialties
Farm Fresh Sides
Breakfast Any Time
Desserts
Drinks

Bar Menu

Build Your Own
Bar Snacks
Cocktails
Spring Seasonal
Draft Brews
Crisp
Malt
Hops
Fruit
Bubbles
Whites
Reds
Bloody Marys
Mimosas & Sangrias

Kids Menu

Kid's Breakfast
Sandwiches and Such
Farm Fresh Sides

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