Went in for a beer after leaving Brusin Ales. Typical Mellow Mushroom ambiance, except there was an honest to goodness band of hippies playing music out front, with passers-by joining in by singing and dancing. Bigger beer selection that most Mellows I have been to. Quite varied and the two beers I had were fresh and tasty.
Been here several times, once before I was drinking alcoholic beverages legally. Pretty sick selection of local craft beers along with a solid core of other craft selections. Pizze and zones are pretty good too. Groovy place, didn’t ask how much it was for an eighth.
Went with my friends and girlfriend, in the heart of Ashville, NC. Yea, this place does have a hippie feel to it, the service was not to bad and the food wasn’t that bad either, I shared a pizza. The beer selection impressed me, when I was there I had a Celebration and a 90 minute draft. Overall it was worth going.
Pretty good selection of local beers. I had the Catawba Firewater IPA which i thought was quite good. Our server’s name was Snowball which added to the ambience I guess. She had weird hair. The food was pretty good as well. Seems to be a great place to get dinner and drink good brew. Not a place to essentially visit on your stop, but if your local, its worth it.
Nice little hippy joint up in them thar hills. Had a huge selection. Lots of regional stuff. Prices were nice as well. Food was good. I have eaten at many Mellows and have never been sorry. Service on the other hand was less than great. Some hippy chick more interested in showing me a scar on her leg rather than bring me beer and twice she brought me a Sweetwater 420 instead of the Bigfoot I ordered. I reminded her that I realized she thinks 420 is cool, but that is not what I ordered.
Very Bohemian but overall a good experience. Traveling from out of town and enjoyed the beer selection which highlights several local breweries (which was what I was looking for). Food was pretty good (only ate there once) and service was excellent. Makes for good people watching when traveling alone on business.
I would definetly go back...
Great little Bohemian hippie haunt. Recycled art and fixtures. PIzza was very good, calzone was tasty. The scene was busy and, well, hippie-ish. My party of 8 was seated fairly quickly, though the waitress was a little frazzled. Good draft selection @ $3.50/pint, focusing on regionals, but not exclusively that. Pretty extensive bottle selection, but I was too busy with the draft regionals to get into that.