Restaurants in Marshall, NC
Casual restaurants on both historic downtown Main Street and on the Highway 25/70 Bypass offered varied menus to choose from. Dining opportunities range from burgers to Italian dishes to standard sandwiches. Try out a southern favorite or health foods prepared in interesting ways to tempt the taste buds.
Jon and Amy have reinvented Good Stuff in its new location and it is now a bar and restaurant that serves local, organic food in the downhome, comfortable atmosphere that they had in the previous location. Good Stuff offers friendship and fun. Come by for a little sunshine, silly conversations, and Old Time Music Jam. Good music, good brews and a great patio overlooking the French Broad River makes it the unofficial hub for good times and good friends in downtown Marshall.
Happy Cinco de Mayo
If you are hungry for a taste of Mexican cuisine, Happy Cinco de Mayo has an extensive menu to suit you. You may choose from various fillings for the standard burritos, enchiladas, and fajitas but they also offer specials and what they like to call “Muy Mexicano.” There are non-Mexican choices and a children’s menu, too. Open Monday through Thursday from 11am to 10pm and til 11pm on Friday and Saturday. Sunday from 11am to 9pm.
Longnecks Tavern and Restaurant
Owners Hank and Terry do their best to make customers feel at home—even going out of their way to accommodate dietary requirements. If you are looking for hosts who are friendly and eager to please, this is the place. There is an abundant amount of food and a great beer selection served up in a friendly atmosphere. Marshall’s first tavern since 1948.
Mad Co Brewing
Mad Co Brewing is the first craft brewery for both the town of Marshall and Madison County itself. Rhesa and Brandon Edwards and their partner Brad Fountain chose the location for that very reason. Guest beers are served in the tasting room while they await a federal brewing permit. Food offering are simple–bratwursts, and chips & snacks. They will start brewing their own by late spring in 2017.
Marshall Container Co
Marshall Container Co is a unique combination of a pub and a ceramics workshop. Melissa makes the beer growlers in the back and you can buy them or drink their special mixes from them on the benches in the front. And exotic mixes they are! Small bites are available to satisfy your cravings for something unusual to accompany the drinks.From Simple things like dill pickles and olives to the more adventurous brie with fig jam and nuts on crustini. A perfect spot when you are looking for just a taste and not a whole meal.
Marshall’s Main Street Cafe
Right in downtown Marshall, next the historic courthouse, you will find this family oriented café serving home style country cooking, seven days a week. They have a salad bar, serve “mile-high” meringue pies, prime rib on Fridays and breakfast is served until 1pm on Saturdays and Sundays.
Homemade comfort food in a crust– pot pies made from the best, local ingredients can go from your freezer, to your oven, and right to your table. Their pies are a great way to have a home cooked, healthy meal when you don’t feel like cooking. They also make a special, gourmet gift! Let them do the work for you!
115 North Main
Marshall, NC 28753
A new restaurant called Star Diner is in downtown Marshall. Brian Sonoskus, the former executive chef at Tupelo Honey Cafe, has signed on as chef and it appears that the restaurant stands ready to elevate this mountain town’s restaurant scene. Sonoskus is a top talent, having worked with Tupelo Honey since its inception 15 years ago.
Sweet Monkey Bakery & Cafe
Hollie West, the owner of Sweet Monkey Bakery & Cafe, was born a baker. Even in Elementary School, she volunteered to help the lunch ladies so it was natural that she found baking as a career. Sweet Monkey not only sells those wonderful baked goods but also puts sandwiches on her famous bread. Sunday brunch is also a treat as you can get a taste of her culinary expertise beyond the baked goods. Open 9am to 9pm (except closed on Tuesdays) and 10am to 4pm on Sundays
Zuma Coffee is a quaint cafe in historic downtown Marshall. It’s “where Marshall gathers.”Specializing in great sandwiches, wraps, coffee, special lunch plates and desserts. Wireless Internet is always available. Come over on Monday night for Blues and BBQ or on Thursday night for a FREE Bluegrass jam session.
Momma’s Country Kitchen
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