Wednesday, October 26, 2011

Hendersonville and Flat Rock Small Plate Crawl - November 8 & 9, 2011

Restaurants create special Small Plate Menus, priced from $2 to $8, featuring their cuisine and Chef’s talent. Crawl from restaurant to restaurant from 11:30AM to 9:00PM – lunch and dinner hours – sampling the best of the Hendersonville and Flat Rock culinary scene.

Restaurants participate both days during the same block of time: 11:30AM to 9:00PM, 11:30AM to 3:00PM or 5:00PM to 9:00PM. See details on the Passport.

The Passport is not required, but is needed to enter the prize drawing. Present the Passport when purchasing Small Plates for validation. Buy a Small Plate at 5 or more restaurants to qualify for a prize drawing. If anyone in your group purchases a Small Plate, all Crawlers in your party can have their Passports validated! Print your Passport here.

Include a restaurant more than one block off Main Street in the “5 or more” to double your prize winning chances (Passport entered into drawing twice)! Drop the completed Passport off at any participating restaurant. Winners will be contacted by email.

Groups and sharing are okay, so you don’t get too full before trying all your favorite restaurants AND the ones you’ve always wanted to try. This is a rain-or-shine event. Small plates taste just as great no matter what the weather!

The thirty restaurants and one winery participating are:

Black Rose Public House
Black Bear Coffee Co.
Blue Mountain Deli & Bakery
Blue Water Seafood Co.
Champa Sushi & Thai
Daddy D’s Suber Soulfood
Dean’s Market & Deli
Depot Diner
Falderal Winery
Flat Rock Village Bakery
Flat Rock Wood Room
Gina Marie’s at Claddagh Inn
Hannah Flanagan’s Pub & Eatery
Haus Heidelberg German
Hubba Hubba Smokehouse
Inn on Church
Kilwin’s of Hendersonville
Lime Leaf
Marble Slab Creamery
Mezzaluna Brick Oven-Tap House
Mike’s on Main Street
Mrs. G and Me
Never Blue
Nib’s Coffee CafĂ©
Season’s at Highland Lake Inn
Sinbad Restaurant
Sol Y Luna
Square One (Sq 1)
The Tractor Shed
Umi Hibachi Grill

For maps to the participating establishments, click here.

The Small Plate Crawl is a great way to experience several places in one night without committing an entire evening or a whole meal to some where you haven't tried before.  So head to your favorite haunts or use the Crawl to try some new ones that you've been thinking about!

I tried the Crawl last year and one of my new favorites, Umi Japanese Fine Dining, is participating again this time but using their second location Umi Hibachi Grill.  I also met a couple that was moving into the area and used the Crawl to try out several of the local restaurants.  You never know, you may meet some new friends too.

For more information see the Small Plate Crawl website.

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