Hendersonville-Flat Rock Small Plate Crawl

Get your culinary passport now for the Hendersonville-Flat Rock Small Plate Crawl. The Carolina Epicurean, formerly known as the Hendersonville Epicurean, is presenting the event, which includes tastes of more than 20 restaurants in the Hendersonville and Flat Rock areas. The Small Plate Crawl takes place Tuesday, Nov. 9 and Wednesday, Nov. 10 from 11:30 a.m. until 9 p.m.


Each participating restaurant will offer small plates and appetizers for the crawl, priced between $2 and $8. At each location, the passport will be stamped. After visits at five different restaurants, the passport can be entered into a drawing to win prizes.

Passports aren’t required, but are needed to enter the prize drawing after validating purchases at five or more restaurants. Include any restaurant that’s more than one block off of Hendersonville’s Main Street in your “five or more,” and the passport is entered into the prize drawing twice.

Participating Restaurants:

Black Rose Public House
Blue Water Seafood
Champa Sushi & Thai
Daddy D’s
Dean’s Mkt and Deli Flat Rock Bakery
Hannah Flanagan’s
Hubba Hubba Smokehouse
Inn on Church St.
Lime Leaf
Ling’s Bistro
Margarita Grille
Mike’s On Main St.
Mrs. G and Me
Nib’s Coffee Café
Never Blue
Sinbad Restaurant

For more information, visit the Carolina Epicurean blog.


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