Roots Café's menu draws from local meat sources and organic dairies to produce flavorful cures for community-conscious cravings. Choose three flavors for the hummus trinity ($5), with options such as roasted garlic, chipotle, spinach, and black bean. A variety of breads bracket six sandwiches laden with sauces, spreads, and cheeses. Roots's own barbecue sauce runneth over the pulled pork or tempeh ($8 each), and stone-ground mustard surrounds bratwurst with sauerkraut ($7). Mouthy rebels can ransack a slew of tasty cargo packed into catfish tacos ($9), including cilantro pesto, slaw, rémoulade, salsa, and guacamole.
Combining experience in lampworking, glass blowing, and jewelry design, the experienced glassblowers of Asheville Glass Center lead workshops and classes to share their passion for manipulating molten glass. The two- to three-hour intro courses teach neophytes to craft borosilicate marbles and soft glass beads, and more in-depth classes result in intricate implosion flowers and sand-cast solid forms. The center also offers open studio time for more experienced artists who wish to work alone, like the winningest three-legged racers.
Grovewood Cafe has been independently owned and operated by Larry and Sandy Waldrop since 1994 and is located beside the Grovewood Art Gallery. Although next door to Grove Park Inn we are not a part of the Inn. All of our food is prepared fresh and we use local meats, produce, fish and poultry when in season and available.