Day two in Asheville started with the best meal of my life at Biscuithead. Any restaurant that offers ‘Bacon of the Day’ has my vote for best restaurant ever. Not to mention the butter and jelly bar. Fantastic. For those of you wondering, the bacon of the day was strawberry balsamic and was much better than I thought it would be!
From there we headed downtown for more shopping. The art galleries in downtown Asheville are incredible. They showcase local artisans and their creativity. After several hours of shopping with my niece, Lindsay, we met back up with the rest of the family.
Still full from breakfast we passed French Broad Chocolate. We couldn’t just walk past – that would be rude. Toni and I decided to split the Coconut Macaroon Brownie and a piece of decadent chocolate cake. It was a religious experience.
Everything else dulled after that! We went back to my brother and sister in laws house so they could get ready to go to The Black Keys concert and Toni and I spent the evening with my three favorite children: Emily, Lindsay, and William.
What a perfect day – family, best friends, and fantastic food, what could be better?