Café Ello


Café Ello
Café Ello
continues to serve fresh, local faire in their adorable downtown eatery. Ingredients
are sourced from primarily local suppliers: MountainFoods, Bean Works, Annie’s Bakery, G.A.S. Distributors,
FreshQuarter, and The SistersMcMullen. I find myself eating at Café Ello so often I feel the need to
share one of my favorite local spots with the world!
Asheville Restaurant Cafe Ello
the tuna melt: ello’s signature tuna salad
topped with melted provolone, sliced roma
tomatoes, red onion, and sprouts, served on whole wheat bread. Paired with
homemade potato salad and mixed greens (the menu says either / or… I opt for a
little of both!) I’m wondering where the melt went mere seconds after it is
served. {in my belly!} So good I’m literally still dreaming about it.
hour cold-brewed, fair trade certified, organic, shade-grown costa rican coffee
on ice. Oh, liquid heaven! I love this iced coffee to add some pep to my step. 
The décor:
funky, urban with clean lines featuring Asheville’s own button florist with the
art on the walls rotating through Asheville’s wonderful collection of artists.
Asheville Restaurant Cafe Ello
verdict: Taste the love of all things local poured into these dishes. This Asheville restaurant offers myriad of different fair trade teas and three different organic coffee roasters. With an abundance of local
flavors, I will never bore of Café Ello. This is without a doubt one
of my favorite local spots for breakfast or lunch and I’m proud to take my
friends and coworkers to a family-owned establishment where they know me by
Hours: Mon – Sat 8:00am – 3:00pm. Sunday 10:00am – 3:00pm
64 Haywood St.  828.252.8333

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  1. Took your advice and ate at Ello yesterday. Great place! Son #1 had turkey club, Son #2 had omelet with grits and toast, and I had pan-fried goat cheese medallion atop a salad of spinach, strawberries, and candied granola (I think!). It was all delicious! And the coffee was just right…

    Thanks for the tip!

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