I was recently on a road trip and stopped at the Sunny Point Cafe in Asheville, North Carolina (626 Haywood Road). Rumor had it that Sunny Point Cafe was the best stop for breakfast/brunch in this rich hippie town so I thought, “Sounds good to me!”
It’s hippie awesome. The parking lot has a rain water drainage and catchment system that runs into the garden where they grow all of their greens, herbs, and some vegetables. Things here are down to earth, earth friendly, and natural. The jams are homemade, the desserts made to order, and the atmosphere is relaxed and cute. The cafe is owned and operated by a mother daughter team who do a lovely job.
The huevos rancheros are the best I have ever had. My over medium eggs were cooked to perfection, the black bean patties were a nice consistency with good flavor, the salsa verde was delicious, and the tortilla chips were crisp and salty. Top it all off with my mimosa served in a pint glass (!) and I was one happy road tripper.
I definitely recommend this place and am looking forward to the next time I can detour my road trip so I can be sure to stop on by.
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