Creative Mountain Food Tours was formed to introduce and share our love for the town of Black Mountain and its abundance of unique and exquisite restaurants, each having its own flair. View the video about us that was featured on UNC-TV.
Our Black Mountain Food Tours are 2½ - 3 hour fun-filled guided walking tours appealing to all foodies and history buffs. Our tours offer food, beverage and dessert tastings at five to six local and unique eateries and shops. We will stroll, sip and taste while going behind the scenes to hear insightful tidbits of Black Mountain’s culture, history and cuisine by chatting with knowledgeable and entertaining local chefs, owners and guides.
Black Mountain is located on I-40, just 15 minutes east of downtown Asheville, an hour and a half drive from Charlotte and close to the Blue Ridge Parkway, Lake Lure and Hendersonville.
Whether you are an occasional visitor, come back every year or a local resident on search of a staycation activity. The Black Mountain food scene is a secret gem about to be unleashed! Join us!
All ages will want to experience this tasty walk through the historical downtown to experiene some of the best desserts from our local bakeries and eateries.
Not enough time to experience Black Mountain's food scene in one visit and wish you could taste your way through town? Now you can! These walking tours are for the food and drink connoisseur who wants the ultimate experience.
There is no better way to drink up the flavor of Black Mountain with old and new friends than to take this 2 1/2 to 3 hour guided walking food tour through town.
While you are visiting Black Mountain, take time to enjoy the area attractions, events and overall beauty of western North Carolina. Click here to view links
What would we do without our partners? Well, we wouldn't be here! Our eateries and local establishments along with the owners and chefs represent the best of the best in the South! We are proud to showcase them and allow you to get a behind the scenes look at the culinary scene in Black Mountain.