From cricket tacos to fried chicken, handmade donuts and award-winning desserts, this small North Carolina mountain town is a foodie destination just waiting to be discovered.
Check out the story that was published in Allegiant’s in-flight magazine. Hendersonville’s Unexpected Food Finds.copy
Cricket Tacos are a hit at NeverBlue
Posted in Food and Wine, Hendersonville, Mountain Adventures, NC, Restaurants
Tagged barbecue, cricket tacos, donuts & chicken, Hendersonville, Hendough Chicken & Donuts, NC, Never Blue, Old Etowah Smokehouse
Asheville, NC, skyline
With the beauty of the Blue Ridge Mountains as a backdrop, the town of Asheville has morphed into more than just a destination for outdoor enthusiasts. This small mountain town, known as the “Paris of the South,” is a hotspot for farm-to-table restaurants, lively music, arts and crafts, upscale shopping and a wide variety of seasonal festivals.
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Tagged Asheville NC, food & wine, Mountain Music, Restaurants, Shopping
Nitrogen infused peach portrait cocktail from Art Burger Sushi
Myrtle Beach offers much more than Southern Comfort Food. Dine in a haunted house, sip nitrogen-infused cocktails in a restaurant / art gallery or be a lab rat in a new chemistry-themed restaurant. (Appears in Allegiant Air’s in-flight magazine, Sunseeker. To read entire article click on subtitle.)
TAKE AN “ARTISTIC SAFARI” ALONG THE FRENCH BROAD RIVER
Spend a day exploring an iconic community of 200 artists set in an urban scene of old factories and historical buildings along the French Broad River. The River Arts District (known simply as RAD) is open year-round and provides a unique opportunity to experience art as it’s being made. Visitors can watch artists weave a scarf, fire pottery, turn a wood bowl, or produce avant-garde blown glass pieces. (Appears in Allegiant Air’s in-flight magazine, Sunseeker. To read entire article click on subtitle.)
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Tagged Arts, Asheville NC, French Broad River, RAD, Restaurants, Shopping, The River Arts District