Over Yonder, The Mast Farm Inn & Executive Chef Andrew Long are honored to be featured on the cover of WNC Magazine’s November & December 2015 edition, and in the featured article on the Appalachian Culinary Revival.
After a nationwide search, The Mast Farm Inn is honored to announce the appointment of Andrew Long as Executive Chef of its award-winning restaurant, Simplicity at The Mast Farm Inn, and of Megan Long as Grounds, Farm & Facilities Manager.
Inn guests, local diners, traveling diners, and their guests, are equally welcome at Simplicity’s. Walk-ins are also welcome, but reservations are recommended. Reserve by calling 828.963.5857
Lunch ”Over Yonder” • You can find complete information, menu and pricing for our restaurant ”Over Yonder” by clicking here. Over Yonder, An Appalachian Kitchen, is designed, owned and managed by the award-winning Mast Farm Inn.
Every Sunday, Between Noon-7:00PM. Inn guests and local diners are equally welcome at ”Brunch Over Yonder”. Reservations not required, walk-ins also welcome, but to avoid waiting we recommend making reservations by calling 828.963.6301
Guests enjoy a hearty two-course country gourmet breakfast each morning at the Inn at private tables. Breakfast is different every day, see sampling of recent menus from a typical week.
Foods, snack, and treats we developed to serve to our guests at The Inn. Increasingly guests want to purchase more of these to keep in the room during their stay, to take home for themselves, or to bring or mail to family and friends as gifts.
Here you will find an overview, summary and index of food & dining options for breakfast, lunch and dinner, at The Mast Farm Inn, and in the Western North Carolina High Country
Farm-to-table refers to a culinary philosophy concerned with producing food locally and delivering that food to local consumers. Restaurants who choose to buy from local food producers regularly yield healthier, better quality meals for their clients.
Slow Food is also simply about taking the time to slow down and to enjoy life with family and friends. The Slow Food movement was founded by Carlo Petrini. It aims to preserve the cultural cuisine and the associated food plants and seeds, domestic animals, and farming within an ecoregion.