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Asheville Restaurant Feature: Tupelo Honey Café

Related: Asheville Restaurants | Tupelo Honey Cookbook | Passport Restaurant Coupon Book

Tupelo Honey Cafe, Downtown Asheville
Tupelo Honey Café, an iconic downtown Asheville restaurant (12 College Street) since 2000, features innovate New South fare at both its original downtown location as well as its location in South Asheville.
New in 2014: Their second cookbook!

Tupelo Honey Asheville
From sweet potato pancakes with peach butter to shrimp and grits, Tupelo Honey is known for its casual, colorful and whimsical atmosphere as well as its unique flavors. The restaurant reflects the artistic diversity and creativity that makes Asheville hum, and they are expanding into other cities in the South.

Tupelo Honey Asheville
In March 2014, the original Tupelo closed for substantial renovations, reopening on March 28 with an expanded bar capacity, full bar service, 17 new seats, and great local art.

Tupelo Honey Asheville
Chef Brian Sonoskus, a graduate of Johnson and Wales, has been Executive Chef at Tupelo Honey since 2001. His attention to fresh, local and imaginative cuisine is inspired, and locals and visitors alike enjoy his take on breakfast, lunch and dinner. Chef Sonoskus is active in support of the Chefs Move to Schools effort, the initiative introduced by First Lady Michelle Obama intended to focus attention on childhood obesity and educating school children about healthy eating.

Tupelo Honey Asheville
The downtown Asheville location is open Sunday-Thursday: 9 AM-9 PM and Friday-Saturday: 9 AM-10 PM.

Tupelo Honey Restaurant

Tupelo Honey Restaurant

Tupelo Honey Restaurant

The restaurant has received accolades from the New York Times, Southern Living Magazine, The Food Network, Turner South Television, Hemisphere Magazine and Our State Magazine. Tupelo supports more than 25 farms and artisanal food purveyors and is also active in support of many organizations and efforts in the community, including the Appalachian Sustainable Agriculture Project, MANNA FoodBank and the YWCA’s learning garde.

Tupelo honey is high quality honey with low dextrose sugar content and a distinctive flavor made from black gum trees found in Northern Florida. A jar of Tupelo Honey sits on every table and is used to sweeten several of their recipes.

Other locations include: Southside Asheville, Charlotte, Chattanooga, Greenville SC, Johnson City, Knoxville.

Shop Tupelo Honey Café’s on-line store! They ship goodies all around the globe.

Tupelo Honey Cafe is featured in the Asheville Restaurant Passport Coupon Book that includes $600 in coupons to Asheville independent restaurants.

For more, go to Tupelo Honey's Web site.

Tupelo Honey Cookbook
Read about Tupelo Honey's Cookbook and get a great recipe: Chicken Apple Meatloaf!

 

     
     

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