The Asheville area's food prowess isn't just limited to the city limits. The quaint town of Black Mountain has a wide variety of dining options and is just 20 minutes or so east of downtown Asheville.
Here are some Black Mountain dining options we think you'll enjoy.
Black Mountain Breakfast & Brunch
Louise's is a local favorite for breakfast, brunch, and lunch. Come sit on their wrap-around porch or dine inside and enjoy some amazing french toast or a Big Boy Burrito. Louise's serves local and organic ingredients sourced from area farmers and merchants.
Blue Ridge Biscuit Company is open for breakfast, brunch, and lunch but their massive biscuits served with creative toppings may leave you full for the rest of the day.
Foothills started out as a great burger joint (and a lot of other really great meat-centered dishes), but now they also serve a stellar breakfast with options like the Butcher's Breakfast Platter, breakfast poutine, biscuits & gravy, and biscuit sandwiches like the egg & avocado biscuit or the smokehouse biscuit.
Four Sisters Bakery is located in a cozy alcove of Black Mountain. They serve a variety of delicious baked goods, cinnamon rolls, biscuits and gravy, chocolate or ham and cheddar filled croissants, scones and they also cook up a tasty gluten-free quiche.
You can also check our blog post on best Asheville area breakfast spots!
Black Mountain Casual Lunch & Dinner
If you've visited Black Mountain before, you've probably heard of My Father's Pizza. This is a classic Black Mountain establishment with some great pizza, pasta dishes, and salad options.
Foothills' Black Mountain location is THE place to get an amazing burger and do your meat shopping at the same time. Foothills offers local, pasture-raised meats, sandwiches, local beer and cocktails, and more. They have locations in downtown Black Mountain and in Asheville at Hi-Wire Brewing's Big Top.
Located steps away from the Greybeard office, this wood-fired pizza joint serves gourmet pizzas and pasta and sources many ingredients from local farmers.
Located in the Village of Cheshire, The Artisan is a one-stop shop for breakfast, lunch, and dinner or shopping for local meats or the perfect bottle of wine.
If you're looking to grab a burger while in Black Mountain, this is a great spot. The Trailhead also serves everything from delicious sandwiches to seafood dishes and keeps a dynamic selection of the local craft beers on tap.
Ole's has got you covered if you are in the mood for some authentic Mexican cuisine, delicious burritos, tacos, and more.
If you're in the mood for sushi, Sake Sushi is your only sit-down option in Black Mountain. Don't worry though, it's a great spot to grab a variety of sushi or enjoy some stir fry noodles, located in the Cheshire Village area.
The Native is located about 10 minutes from Black Mountain in Swannanoa, on your way towards Asheville. Their food options range from custom pizzas, to locally-sourced chicken sandwiches, Falafel Lettuce Wraps, and New York Strips. There are options for most dietary restrictions and preferences. They always keep a lot of creative beer options on tap, and specialize in Sake-based cocktails.
Black Mountain Fine Dining
La Guinguette has some exciting dishes that combine french and latin cuisine for some truly delicious eats. Come enjoy an empanada, tamale, or savory crepe!
Veranda is located in the center of town and while they are not open for dinner, their delicious lunches are tough to pass up. From the hearty McDibbs Roast Beef Au Jus, to the Turkey Berry Brie sandwich, custom salads, wraps, and soups -- there is no short supply on filling lunch options.
Que Sera offers an upscale yet casual dining experience in Black Mountain's historic train depot, The Junction. Their food includes gourmet southern cuisine. You can also try their sister restaurant, located next door, Tayloe's Oyster Bar.
Black Mountain offers a wide range of delicious restaurants beyond the list we've compiled. For more info, check out a larger list on Explore Asheville's website listing for Black Mountain dining.