When you think about Weaverville, you think about the suburbs of Asheville… mountains, farms, straw hats, overalls, daisy dukes, farm tractors driving down the road, folks you don’t know waving at you, and a cute little Main Street. Well it used to be that way, but now it’s expanding greatly as new people are moving to the area, and people living in Asheville are moving there because the cost of living is less. Along with that comes more restaurants, and some of them you will not hear much about unless your hand is on the pulse. The Glass Onion is one of those Italian eateries that you really need to know about. They are worth making the drive to Weaverville (15 minutes north of downtown Asheville); and if you are visiting & passing through, get off of the exit, because they are about 5 minutes from the highway, right in the middle of downtown. Anyway, I’m not a food reviewer and they didn’t pay me to say all that. I’m a PR specialist that loves delicious eats, taking food photos and videos, and then sharing them with you. So here they are…
Pear and Beet Salad to start the dinner right!
This was the amazing market fish special, so delicious!
Some traditional lasagna on the table of course, and prepared some well!
Cheesecake, fresh fruit, and whipped cream. Sounds like a party to me!
The Tiramisu was so yummy, and different from most of the others I’ve ever tasted. I really liked it. I think that after all of these years, I now have a new favorite restaurant in Weaverville NC. See the Glass Onion website for more information.