Comfort Inn Mars Hill - University Area
167 J.F. Robinson Lane
Mars Hill, NC 28754
Phone: (828) 689-9000
Fax: (828) 689-2366
167 J.F. Robinson Lane, Mars Hill, NC, US, 28754
- Phone: (828) 689-9000
- Fax: (828) 689-2366
Bars & Cafes
A grocery store, tavern, tea house, wine store, performance venue and more, Good Stuff Grocery has a lot to offer.
Affiliated with Jack of the Wood and Laughing Seed in Asheville, Jack of Hearts Pub & Restaurant is a casual restaurant-cum-pub. The warm ambiance and friendly vibe here will put you to ease in an instant. While its menu features typical pub fare, the drinks include draught beers, wine and cocktails. While you are enjoying beer, don't worry about missing the on-going game as you can watch it live on the television. Patrons wanting to be all by themselves can relax on the patio and watch the traffic passing by. If you drop-by on Wednesdays or Thursdays, live bands perform here too. Truly, while you are around, do drop-in at Jack of Hearts and savor pub grub and chilled beer.
One of the few places in Asheville where you will find authentic German cuisine, Bavarian Restaurant & Biergarten has many a traditional delicacy to offer. There is a lot of care taken to ensure that what you are served is absolutely perfect, and so it is necessary to inform the restaurant about certain orders like the schweinshaxn a full day in advance. Schnitzels are a house specialty, and there are many varieties, whether topped with fried eggs, Ratskeller cream sauce or Black Forest ham for you to enjoy. The beer garden can accommodate 80, and is a lovely place to enjoy a few drinks.
Where can you get a microbrew, order up a veggie burger with soy cheese, catch CSI on the biggest television this side of the Mason-Dixon line and then see a movie all under one roof? At Asheville Pizza, that's where! Fear not, sports fans, that huge TV screen also broadcasts sporting events. The menu features typical bar food like "Crazy Hot" Wings and nachos, but it has a surprising number of vegetarian offerings as well. Hummus, spinach burgers, veggie lasagna and black beans with rice head up the list. If you are a movie buff, get a load of the in-house reels. Visit the website for more details on movie schedules and ticket rates.
The Bywater is a members-only club that offers a casual and relaxed atmosphere to its patrons. Located by the riverside, this bar offers stunning views of the French Broad River flowing nearby. Members can choose from the 18 tap beers, cocktails and other variety of drinks on offer. Live music concerts, board games and outdoor games are a regular feature of this private club. It also has barbecue facilities, all you need to get along is meat and charcoal. For membership and other details, check website.
Broadway's is located on the bustling Lexington Avenue in Asheville, and enjoys its popularity with locals and tourists who drop in for the live music. The drinks are fairly cheap and one can enjoy a game at their pool tables. Call for details.
Head to the Emerald Lounge for a memorable night out with friends or family. Sip on steaming hot coffee or cool concoctions as you enjoy the array of musical extravaganzas this place has to offer. An exciting range of gigs by upcoming bands and artists are performed at this venue. Call for more details on current and upcoming events.
Whether it is a full meal or just a slice of pizza that you want, you will be more than satisfied with this "Mellow" experience in downtown Asheville. Located in an old gas station, the ambiance alone is enough to put a smile on your face. The pizzas and calzones are made with spring water dough and baked on stone. Fresh ingredients include jerk chicken, artichoke hearts, portobello mushrooms, sun dried tomatoes, green peppers, pineapple and tempeh. Sandwiches are also available. Great outdoor dining is available on one of Asheville's busiest streets.
There are sword duels and then there are gun duels, but have you ever heard of a piano duel? It's exactly what you think it is - two highly skilled pianists facing off while the audience cheers on. They play songs requested by the audience and you may be surprised at how much they know. Trained to know thousands of songs ranging from contemporary hits to songs from fifty years ago, the humorous pianists will liven up your night, guaranteed. While enjoying the show, be sure to grab some of the most delicious drinks presented in the region.
On a wooded street in downtown Asheville, Sazerac blends up signature cocktails alongside one-of-a-kind small plates that showcase the inventive drive behind their mixologists and chefs. The decidedly vibrant crowd shuffles between the rooftop patio and downstairs bar while waiters ferry truffled popcorn and mojito mussels along with the bar's own Snapdragon cocktail and their eponymous Sazerac. Get their early and catch a phenomenal sunset with a drink in hand.
Treat yourself to some serious jazz and smashing cocktails. Many special events including benefits, charity events, art openings and holiday celebrations are hosted at this bar. New Year's Eve, Helpmate Benefit, Valentine's Day, July 4th Anniversary and Mardi Gras are only some of the annual parties to look forward to. Music starts after 9p and the crowd gets into the groove by 10. Feel free to visit their non-smoking V.I.P. Lounge upstairs if you want to chill, or just dance all night to the swingin' Blues.
A bookstore that has been a part of downtown's community since 1982, Malaprop's Bookstore/Cafe started as a small endeavor on the part of the owner, Emoke B'Racz, to further her love of books and literature. The love for literature is obvious from the name of the store itself, inspired by the character of Mrs. Malaprop from Richard Brinsley Sheridan's play The Rivals. Though the root word of the name, malapropism, refers to the improper use of words that sound similar, this bookstore has a staff that is dedicated to ensure you buy the proper book for yourself. There is also a cafe at the bookstore that serves locally roasted brews. See the website or call to know more.