Coffee Shops in Asheville


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  • The Hop
    The Hop’s dairy mavens look no further than their own stomping grounds when culling the fresh, local ingredients they use to concoct their gourmet ice cream. Since it’s illegal to scream for ice cream in a crowded building, servers sate fierce cravings for the glacial delight by plunging creamy scoops into organic sodas, piling them into housemade waffle cones, and drizzling them with the shop’s own hot fudge and chocolate syrup. In addition to indulgent confections, The Hop caters to health-conscious gourmands with vegan, gluten-free, and sugar-free ice creams made from scratch, as well as fresh-fruit sorbets and fair-trade coffee. In addition to appeasing sweet teeth, The Hop also serves as a welcoming hangout spot where guests can enjoy free, family-friendly events, including live music, magicians, and jugglers scheduled every Tuesday. The cheerful, carefree setting also hosts birthday parties replete with a build-your-own-sundae bar and face painting.
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    721 Haywood Rd.
    Asheville, NC US
  • Asheville Radio Cafe
    The Asheville International Children's Film Festival entertains all-ages audiences with a tightly packed schedule of 70 cinematic works from artists in 25 countries, divided into seven blocks of short films and one feature-length movie. On Saturday, families gather in Asheville Pizza & Brewing's colorful theater to witness Round the World and Home Again, a live-action flight through the lives, dreams, and playground treaty negotiations of children in seven countries. Wee ones release exhilarated squeals at 13 shorts in Once Upon an Adventure, which fills the screen with animated and live-action feats that delight juniors without the stress of adopting a litter of knights.
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    81 Patton Ave.
    Asheville, NC US
  • Sweet Monkey Cafe and Bakery
    Every edible inside Sweet Monkey Cafe and Bakery is made from scratch, from the blend of oats and flour used for pancakes to the rye bread that holds reuben sandwiches together. And by making everything themselves, the chefs are able to infuse classic dishes with their own creative touch, such as fashioning french toast out of orange cinnamon bread and building patty melts atop caramelized onion blue cheese bread. At dinnertime, chefs serve a variety of locally-inspired dishes that can range from buttermilk-fried chicken over pumpkin waffles to fillo-wrapped baked salmon with kale-stuffed portobello mushrooms under a tangy lemon butter caper dill sauce. After meals, guests can peruse the bakery section, where display cases hold fresh pies, muffins, cookies, biscotti, and bars in dairy and vegan varieties. The bakers even create cakes in fun shapes, such as a baseball hat for a sports lover?s birthday or an edible floor plan for a house-warming party.
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    133 South Main Street
    Marshall, NC US
  • Asheville Radio Cafe
    You have to pay attention at Asheville Radio Cafe, because you might be on the air. In addition to serving up organic and local food such as gourmet chicken-salad sandwiches and black-bean wraps, the eatery is home to 95.7 The Choice, an FM radio station. The Choice broadcasts local, regional, and popular artists 24/7 while visitors relax in a casual atmosphere and sip on warm drinks such as hot chocolate, chai tea, and mocha. Asheville Radio Cafe also hosts live music every Friday and Saturday night and broadcasts interviews with the artists before each show.
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    205 T. Harris Rd
    Asheville, NC US
  • The Moose Cafe
    The food at The Moose Cafe couldn't be fresher if it was served off the back of a tractor. That's because the caf? perches amid the bustling vendors of the Asheville and Greensboro farmers? markets, affording its chefs a never-ending selection of seasonal ingredients. These bushels of corn, squash, and okra lend vibrant, farm-fresh flavors to the ever-changing menus of homey comfort foods, which stock tables at breakfast, lunch, and dinner. In addition to frying pieces of buttermilk-soaked chicken and hand forming burger patties with Angus beef, the chefs also churn fresh apple butter to accompany piping-hot biscuits. The caf??s specials rotate daily, which allows the chefs to incorporate the markets? freshest deliveries of produce.
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    59 Highlands Square Drive
    Hendersonville, NC US
  • Coffee and Crema
    The Greenville News named Coffee & Crema the Best Coffee Shop in 2010. While there aren't many reviews for the Haywood Mall location, eight Yelpers award the Forest Park Shopping Center location an average of 4.5-stars, and three Google Mappers give it a five-star average:
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    700 Haywood Rd
    Greenville, SC US
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