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.
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The Bridge at Mill Creek, located at 445 North Fourth Street in Highlands, is offering a cornucopia of insider lessons, tastings and celebrations of the season. For more information or to register, call (828) 526-5500 or email [email protected], or just stop by.
The perfect wine can add so much subtle passion and deeply indulgent comfort to Thanksgiving Dinner.
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.
Elevated Wine Experiences, set for November 12 through 14, is a wonderfully indulgent invitation to sample the finest vintages in the world and the exquisite meals that complement them.
Denise Altay’s seasonally-perfect Honey Spiced Pumpkin Streusel Cake is the Bee’s Knees.
DonLeon’s Deli in Highlands was the stuff of legends. It was the place where you could find a meal under 10 bucks and, this is important, keep tabs on the […]
Aah, New Orleans. A place that takes its food seriously; where the rhythms of life are tied up in its restaurants, where in this city of a thousand restaurants, every […]
Fressers Courtyard Café has come of age and is celebrating its 21st anniversary this year. Chef-owner Debbie Grossman, a graduate of The Culinary Institute of America, says that feeding people […]