Apr. 4, 2014

There are wonderful places for breakfast in Asheville. Many of them have a loyal following, but the one place that stands out is the Sunny Point Café. Mind you, I don’t eat out often. But I try to stop in for breakfast at least a few times a year. Make sure that you get there early because the line tends to build up quickly. The good news is there is a small garden to enjoy while you are waiting. My dog has been known to join me as we sit in the outdoor porch during good weather. The indoor part of the restaurant is cozy and comfortable. The service is always friendly.

Huevos Rancheros – 30 seconds away from being demolished by a happy diner.

All of the items on the menu are either local, organic, or both. The restaurant is now a local tradition for many people in Asheville and the surrounding community.  I highly recommend the Huevos Rancheros, but don’t take my word for it go and try it for yourself.  You will not be disappointed.

By Jacob McKee, PR and Policy Intern from Warren Wilson College

French toast stuffed with nutella, covered in a chocolate drizzle and maple/ sorghum syrup with strawberries on top. And of course a side of bacon.