Best Breakfast In Highlands – Mountain Fresh

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In the sleepy summer getaway just ~2.5 hours north of Atlanta there is one great breakfast spot that will you up in the morning.

Every time we visit the mountains this is a must stop for breakfast. The Mountain Fresh Grocery is more than just a a grocery. Just a stones throw from the famous Old Edwards In, full restaurant serving breakfast, lunch and dinner. Check out the wine market while you are waiting on your food, a bit pricey but a good selection.

On a recent trip to the Highlands, we stopped in for a full breakfast with Baby Weekly Flyer. I ordered the usual two eggs over easy with bacon, grits, toast coffee and a diet coke. But Mrs. Weekly Flyer hit the jackpot with her breakfast.


She ordered the apple smothered French Toast with a side of grits and bacon. It was good!

Bottom Line

Next time you stop by the Highlands, North Carolina don’t just drive by the Mountain Fresh Grocery. Instead stop in for a good meal or a bold cup of mountain fresh coffee.

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  1. I was in Highlands last year, and the people working at Highlands Hiker pointed me in this direction. So. Good.

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