The Empty Bowls Project, slated for Saturday, September 25, at the First Presbyterian Church of Highlands, aims to take a big bite out of Plateau hunger. internationalfriendshipcenter.org.
Article Category: Dining in Highlands NC and Cashiers NC
See if you can match Marlene’s unbridled romance for the most humble of bivalves. Make plans to attend Old Edwards Inn’s Oyster Fest, slated for Sunday, September 19, visit OldEdwardsHospitality.com/OysterFest.
Tomato Pie is a sonnet to the fading days of a Southern Summer. It might be a secret, so don’t share it with anyone from Hopkinsville, Kentucky.
A quintessential Plateau dining experience reaches some sort of peak perfection, thanks to Rosewood Market. Rosewood is located at 117 Franklin Road in Highlands (adjoining the Citgo Station). You can stop in or call ahead at (828) 526-0383.
These glorious summer days, reaching their bright crescendo now, are the perfect time to pack a picnic and create a memory that’ll carry you through next February.
After a true trial by fire, Highlands Smokehouse emerges from Covid-quarantine with a menu that honors the traditions of barbecue and a bright look that reflects the community. Stop by at 595 Franklin Road for a visit or an easy takeout.
Celebrity chefs Steven Satterfield and Joseph Lenn are saving a spot at the table for you at The Farm at Old Edwards, August 15. For reservations, visit OldEdwardsHospitality.com/SatterfieldandLenn
The Farm at Old Edwards’ Oyster Fest, set for September 19, brings the flavor of the Low Country Coast to a tiny mountain community. For reservations, go to OldEdwardsHospitality.com/OysterFest.
Though we’d come for the pub grub and smooth beverages, our visit to
Truckin’ at The High Dive ensured that my friends and I (“We’re the Worst”) have a shot at Plateau Immortality. Truckin’ at The High Dive is located at 476 Carolina Way in Highlands.
All the Indigo Roads lead to unique tasting experiences at Highlands Food and Wine, November 11-14. For more information, go to highlandsfoodandwine.com.