Interesting and reasonably priced. Good diversity of menu. Not very fancy. Asheville earthy. Pulled pork for lunch solid.
561 - 570 of 1,824 reviews
Full price range with wonderful regular dishes. Also special seasonal things with a flourish. All types of dress welcome, well behaved kids.
Amazing. Everything was so fresh and light. We started off with the pumpkin ginger bread. The flavor was spot on. A airy start to our meal. Next I had the quiche with a side of fruit and home fries. You can actually taste the food...More
My husband was not blown away, he felt the biscuits and gravy were bland. I thought the food was sooo good. Everything was fresh and so good. I ate a grit cake with egg and avocado (can't remember the name) but it was soooo good....More
Four of us stopped at Early Girl for breakfast, at the recommendation of another friend who had been here previously. I had a shiitake mushroom & carmelized onion quiche, that was excellent! I also had a side of home fries that was probably the best...More
Tried this restaurant for a business lunch, as it was recommended by a local resident. It has a charming, quaint atmosphere and friendly staff. The food was simple but satisfying. There was quite a crowd inside for that size location and there was a line...More
We loved the sunny room, hipster vibe, and great breakfast. Healthy choices, whole grains, items for the gluten free and the vegetarian. Service is fast. Near all the shopping. Start your downtown day Asheville day here!
Looking for a breakfast spot on a windy Friday morning in Asheville, we ducked into Early Girl. The entrance is less than inviting and you have to go past the open kitchen to reach the dinning room. Once there, you understand why it's a local...More
Early Girl is known for it's good food and that's what you get. This is not a gourmet restaurant, but a meatloaf and mashed potatoes type of restaurant. But, the restaurant puts in the time to make the meals very good at reasonable prices. Try...More