It wasn't immediately obvious where it was located, but we eventually asked and learned that it was behind the Squatch Bikes & Brew, a combination bike store and bar.
But like most food places around here, it's worth it.
They also have a large selection of craft beers on tap, for those that are into that sort of thing.
Nothing like good North Carolina BBQ for lunch.
As we were driving around, it looked like an interesting place. So we stopped by Mud Daubber's of Brevard. On the outside, it's a ramshackle building that looks like a stiff breeze would knock it over. On the inside is an incredible collection of pottery, all made locally.
One piece caught my eye—a plate:
The level of detail is incredible and upon asking, I learned that the artist pressed real leaves into the clay before firing. The leaves burn away, leaving an impression that is then enhanced, giving it this beautiful 19TH Century illustrative look.
It's just an incredible piece of work.
Another store we stopped at was the Shabby Shack Mall (no link for them—they only have a page on MyFaceGoogleLinkedBookPlusInSpace, which makes it nearly impossible for me to link to—damn those proprietary walled gardens!). It's supposedly an antique mall, but then they have stuff like this:
These aren't antiques! They're from a 1990 movie for crying out loud! They're younger than I am!
They also had this sign, which both Bunny and I found amusing:
I couldn't help myself—I got the globe.
How could I not? It came with a geometrical plastic hemisphere!
How many globes have you seen with a geometrical plastic hemisphere?