Rental Cabins

Cafes and Coffee Houses

Vincent's Ear (63 B N. Lexington Ave., Downtown, 828-259-9119) - Downtown's hippest coffeehouse & bar. Features local art, live music and conversation. Offering a wide selection of coffees, beers, and lite snacks (bagels, burritos, etc.). Open 7 Days. 18 and over only.

The New French Bar ( One Battery Park Ave., Downtown, 828-252-3685) - An Asheville favorite, the French Bar is a downtown bistro with a selection of wines, coffees, and baguettes. Its elegant interior and street-side setting make it the perfect place for an afternoon or evening rendezvous.

Malaprop's (61 Haywood St., Downtown, 828-254-6734) - An incredible and diverse bookstore w/ a downstairs cafe offering lots of interesting baked goods, coffee, and smoothies. Poetry, live music and other performances are all common occurrences at Malaprop's Cafe. Rotating art exhibit. 7 Days.

Beanstreets Coffeehouse (3 Broadway, Downtown, 828-255-8180) - West Coast style coffeehouse in downtown Asheville that offers plenty of conversation, excellent fresh brewed coffees and a menu ranging from bagels & muffins to veggie burgers &curried chicken salad. A cafe for all ages.

Gold Hill Espresso & Fine Teas (64 Haywood St., across from Public Library, 828-254-3800) - An intimate coffeehouse serving espresso, cappuccino, coffee and 40 varieties of tea; bagels, baked goods and sandwiches. Downtown location.

Old Europe Coffee House (Full Liquor license)(Flatiron Bldg., 18 Battery Park Ave., Downtown, 828-252-0001) - Coffee, tea, and an overwhelming selection of gourmet sweets including pastries, cookies, croissants, sandwiches, soup, etc.

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