It is a nice spot for a quick soup and salad or sandwich. Several friends had breakfast here and loved it.
11 - 20 of 52 reviews
My wife and I were vacationing in Asheville, and decided to do a little exploring west of the city. We ended up in Waynesville, about 20 miles away, and decided to tour around Main Street. I saw the Cafe 50 featured on an area map,...More
A great location for brunch or lunch, Cafe 50 won't offer unlimited options, but everything on the menu is cooked to perfection. Coming from someone who isn't a big dessert person, you must cap off a great meal with one of their great slices of...More
My husband and I try to eat at Cafe 50 every time we head north. The food is as good today as it was the first day we ate there. The owners are friendly and really fun to hang out with. Enjoy the food and...More
We ate there 12/17/12 at lunch and the only diners at Noon. Our drinks were served & the coke had to be sent back because the mix was not right. My tea was a day old but didn't complain or ask for another drink. The...More
Tiny portions, not prepared well, very overpriced. Cool coffee, tepid gtits, microwaved bacon, pre-frozen doughy biscuit.
Hubby got the sourdough french toast, three yummy slices with two strips of crunch bacon... I got the scrambled eggs with grits and bacon with a biscuit. The grit portion was very small, but very good. The bacon was nice and crispy, the biscuit was...More
We stopped in here with some friends while we were visiting Waynesville during the arts and crafts festival. We were famished and the reuben sandwiches here was to die for! Yummy!
While I like the concept of fresh foods and locally obtained produce, I'm not sure this place is anything above "average". Dined with 3 others and all meals were O.K. Rueben sandwich was sort of greasy. Chef salad - while fresh and lots of greens,...More