Lost Restaurants of Asheville (Paperback)

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Asheville has been a restaurant town for two centuries, since stagecoaches arrived bringing the first tourists. Neighborhood caf's and busy lunch counters, raucous roadhouses and white-linen dining rooms provided the backdrop for much of Asheville's development as a world-class foodie destination. Some, like the Stockyard Cafe and Three Brothers Restaurant, have vanished without a trace, while others, including the Art Deco S&W Cafeteria and the Woolworth soda fountain, are easy to spot because they have barely changed. Longtime residents will recognize recipes for Rabbit's apple cinnamon pork chops and High Tea Caf 's Eggnog Colbert. Author Nan K. Chase reveals the hidden history of Asheville's restaurants, including the struggles of desegregation and the decades when downtown Asheville was almost dead.
Product Details
ISBN: 9781467142311
ISBN-10: 146714231X
Publisher: History Press
Publication Date: December 2nd, 2019
Pages: 208
Language: English