Weaverville is a delightful small town located near Asheville, North Carolina. It is home to several great restaurants, pubs, art galleries, a bakery, a lovely florist, a nature park and many other attractions. We visited Artisans on Main during their grand opening before continuing down the street to our dinner destination, The Glass Onion.
I enjoyed the vegetable gnocchi very much.
Mr. Mickey raved about his fish entree.
Natalie, the very sweet owner, came out to say goodbye as we were leaving. She and her husband are both Head Chefs, formerly working in the Hamptons. They dreamed of opening their own restaurant, so they scrimped and saved and schemed, Googling the whole country for the friendliest and most promising site. They were searching for a beautiful, peaceful place to open their dream restaurant, and to live. Weaverville was the winner.
Many of the shops have flower boxes and water dishes for dogs.
Your favorite form of fine art may be oils, weaving, sculptures, handpainted silk, pottery, or any number of other mediums; you can find it here in one of several gallery type shops.
Continuing our adventure in Weaverville, we strolled down Main Street to enjoy a cappuccino and share a slice of carrot cake at the Well-Bred Bakery.
We enjoy sharing the places we visit with you and what I (and sometimes Mr. Mickey) wore for the day. There was still some snow on the mountain, so layers were a good plan. I wore a faux-suede blazer (from a couple of years ago), ankle length jeans and a white tank from Chico’s. The shoes are navy suede, and they are about three years old. The necklace is from French Kande here. The Antonio Melani tasseled hobo bag is from Dillard’s last season. The scarf is from my shopping site where I offer the classic basics and scarves that I enjoy wearing. I operate both of my businesses the same way. Only buy what you want to keep for yourself. Never compromise.
The town of Weaverville was established in 1875.