More than 45 years ago, a fishing family started a seafood market to sell their catch. The market expanded into a mainstay restaurant in Salter Path whose varied menu includes a seasonal special that celebrates coastal resilience.
In Cleveland County, a popular barbecue restaurant goes beyond the concept of farm-to-table: The pulled pork and brisket that’s loaded onto plates and into takeout containers comes from The Honey Hog’s very own pastures, right down the road.
Asheville’s first farm-to-table restaurant helped start a movement more than 40 years ago. Now, its chef continues the tradition by drawing on his childhood spent foraging and farming with his grandparents.
Come on in, neighbor! In a century-old mill house in NoDa, you’ll find a menu full of elevated and nostalgic comfort food fit for your mama’s supper table, a whole lot of history, and a welcoming backyard you’ll wish was your own.