Reviews on Healthy food in Whittier, North Carolina, United States. Whittier is an unincorporated community in Jackson and Swain counties in the western part of the U.S. state of North Carolina. Whittier is located on the Tuckasegee River, between Bryson City downstream to the west, and Dillsboro upstream to the southeast.
Things to do in Whittier
4 based on 422 reviews
Bakery and Cafe We put a spin on your everyday sandwiches, soups and salads. With a pinch of sassy added to your food, nothing can beat it. Come in for fresh baked dessert and a great coffee. Soups - Sandwiches - Salads Freshly Baked Cookies and Cakes Esp
Excellent cafe! I wish I had one near me. If you are in the area, well worth a stop. Best food in the Cherokee area. They serve coffee/espresso, beer, sandwiches, soups, salads, desserts, smoothies, etc. Great food, staff and decor. It's a bit different than your usual boring cafes - their menu offers items that are well thought out and more unique.
3 based on 117 reviews
Nantahala Brewing's Brewpub located in Bryson City, NC. Our brewpub features a full service farm-to-table dining experience and is located at the historic RC Cola Bottling Plant with is 175 yards from our production brewery, taproom and live music venue.
This brewpub is located in an old RC Cola bottling plant:) Interesting menu - we had the chicken tacos and salmon - both were very good. They have nice outdoor seating and an indoor/outdoor bar. The scenery is different - they are located across from the railyard where the trains are parked at night. There are a few fire pits, and a great fenced in grassy area that is perfect for kids to run around in.
4 based on 153 reviews
We are a casual counter-service cafe with local and organic selections, as well as gluten-free, vegetarian and vegan options. We serve local draft beer, wine by the glass and bottle as well as locally roasted coffees and espresso drinks. We have a pet-fri
We visit this eatery every time we visit Sylva and Dillsboro. Try the Big Fat Greek crepe! The ingredients are fresh, the service is friendly, and the business' commitment to the community is evident. And the beer selection is excellent.
This is exactly the kind of place you hope to find when staying in a smaller town. Locally owned, using local fresh ingredients. The lattes were excellent and the breakfast sandwich is not to be missed. Farm fresh eggs with goat cheese, avaccado, onion. Really, really good. The side salad (I thought a salad for breakfast was odd, too) is the perfect side dish. Had a great meal before hitting the road. Will absolutely come back next time we are in the area.
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