Little Creek Cafe
Get a true taste of “country cookin’ at one of the coziest cafes in Madison County. Locals remember the cooking of the late Edna Boone who was famous for her home cooking when she ran the cafe for 43 years. The current owners continue to keep the reputation of the Little Creek Cafe alive with their friendly atmosphere and delicious food. It’s is a favorite among locals for the care put into the dishes and the small-town feel.
Just outside the town of Mars Hill and only a few miles south of the Appalachian Trail, the Little Creek Cafe (off exit #3 from Interstate 26 at 11660 US Highway 23) is a great choice before or after a strenuous hike. Their breakfast menu has all the southern comfort food you could desire. The breakfast biscuits are particularly delicious. For lunch be sure to try their burgers. Everything on the menu is affordable, prepared with care and will be sure to delight your taste buds!
Don’t forget to check out their dessert menu. The Little Creek Cafe has an ever-changing selection of homemade cakes, pies and other treats to finish off your meal.
The Little Creek Cafe is the place to go for a quick meal and to get a taste of mountain life. The cafe is located just a few miles from Sam’s Gap, a popular hiking spot on the Appalachian Trail. The Little Creek Cafe is a great choice to fuel up before your next adventure.
For more information and to plan your visit check out their website below.
“I like to go with friends to this place with my highest recommendations. I go to this restaurant often. I get very good feedback from my friends. The the food there is great and the crew is attentive and cooperative. Whenever we go to this place we have a splendid time. I warmly recommend this restaurant.” – Anthony H.
“Real old school, home-cooked breakfasts. The ladies were very nice, and their food was great. Prepared exactly the way we requested – probably why Little Creek Cafe has been there for ages.” – Rusty D.