Here you will find the options, days, times, menus and pricing, for breakfast, brunch, lunch & dinner options at our award-winning restaurants Simplicity at The Mast Farm Inn and our new restaurant Over Yonder in Valle Crucis, North Carolina.
”Simplicity at The Mast Farm Inn Moonlights as a Moonshine Runner” • The Mast Farm Inn is ”well just plain old tickled darlin” to announce that we now have our Lickher license, and serve all the finest North Carolina Moonshine Sprits.
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.
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
On this page you will find a wide range of options for Lunch, Dinner, Snacks, and Food Shops & Markets, as well as links to local dining guides. All of this information is also available at the front desk, so do not hesitate to ask for suggestions, recommendations and directions while here.
”It’s about recipes, food, farms, farmers, farmers markets and agriculture, a North Carolina Culinary Travel Guidebook which features the best North Carolina Chefs, Restaurants, Cookbooks, Culinary Journalists and Media, Wines, Micro-Breweries, Moonshine, Specialty Foods, Artisan Cheese, Nature, natural and man-made attractions, and North Carolina Crafts, Art and Music.”
The Name of our Restaurant is Simplicity The Mast Farm Inn. Gourmet organic fine dining. Slow Food In A Fast World. What we offer is gourmet slow dining of extreme quality and freshness; a meticulous cuisine prepared with Mindfulness; mindful of our mountain region’s heritage, with a level of care and personal service second to none.
Frank Stitt, III, is a renowned chef, accomplished cookbook writer, and highly successful restaurateur. During the past two decades, he has set national standards for culinary excellence and put Birmingham on the map as home to world-class dining.
For the past twenty-five years, Michael Pollan has been writing books and articles about the places where nature and culture intersect: on our plates, in our farms and gardens, and in the built environment.