A pair of events have placed the spotlight squarely on the Plateau’s beloved apple trees.
Article Author: Luke Osteen
“The property extends from just past the Highlands Community Center to Sherwood Forest Road on the right as you leave town going East,” said HCLT Director Gary Wein.
Trout are very sensitive to water temperature and don’t survive very long in water over 70F. But during the winter, Harris Lake and other NC ponds are cold enough to support trout.
Allow yourself to be seduced by the kitchen creations, the fruits of the bar, and a warmly welcoming service team at The Bridge at Mill Creek. It’s an enticing choice that remedies the random stresses of the season – call (828) 526-5500.
The Orchard, located at 905 Highway 107 South in Cashiers, maintains its allure, even in the midst of a year of tumult and change. Reservations are a must – (828) 743-7614.
In its ambition to be “The Biltmore of Convenience Stores,” 4th Street Market is a quintessential Highlands experience. Think that’s hyperbole? Just allow yourself some extra time at 545 North Fourth Street.
As we glide into the Holiday Season, the entire spectrum of Plateau retailers is beckoning.
DonLeon, the food truck that’s parked itself next to the The High Dive at 476 Carolina Way in Highlands, brings the eponymous chef and all-around character back to the local restaurant scene. You can dine in the canopied patio or take your meal home. You can phone in your order at (828) 200-0388 or show up in person (and chat with DonLeon while he’s preparing your meal).
The Plateau’s Thanksgiving Dinner scene offers a bounty of options.
Wreaths Across America, a national movement to honor the sacrifices of veterans, will find its local expression at a ceremony at Highlands Memorial Park,
noon Saturday, December 19.