”Special Events, Specials & Packages at The Mast Farm Inn for Thanksgiving, Christmas & New Year’s”
The Mast Farm Inn Nominated for Four Historic Hotels of America 2014 Awards: Best Small Historic Hotel, Best Historic Restaurant in Conjunction with a Historic Hotel, Best Hotel Historian of the Year, Best Social Media of a Historic Hotel.
”Over Yonder” is the latest initiative by the owners of the award-winning historic Mast Farm Inn and Executive Chef Andrew Long.
Getaway, escape, make a break for it, liberate yourself, decamp, breakout, flee, slip away, let that freedom bell ring… Whatever you want to call it, playing hooky midweek is an essential component of any sound mental health program.
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.
Inside the heart of every man alive as we speak, is a trout fisherman waiting for his spouse to offer him a fly-fishing adventure for his birthday.
”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.”
Determined to find the perfect moonshine recipe, Troy Ball began testing recipes from the North Carolina State Archives and residents from Madison to McDowell counties. August 18, 2010, Troy distilled the perfect white liquor, using lost Crooked Creek Corn™, smooth as silk with vanilla oak undertones.
Catdaddy is a premium spirit made from American corn, handcrafted in small batches in a copper still and triple-distilled to be ultra-smooth. Catdaddy’s one-of-a-kind taste comes from a secret recipe using ingredients not found in any other spirit.
While your great granddaddy was firing up a pipe, Junior Johnson’s was firing up a copper still. Few family recipes carry a jail sentence, but to the Johnson family, it was a way of life. With whiskey in his trunk and the law on his heels, Junior ran the finest moonshine in Appalachia.