Welcome to Sunny Point Café

Sunny Point Café is a family owned, independent restaurant serving upscale comfort food from dawn to dark. Whether you want breakfast for dinner or a scrumptious dessert for breakfast we would love to satisfy your craving. We take pride in our made-from-scratch products and farm-to-table approach with our menu selections.

We like fresh ingredients so much we have our own Sunny Point Garden adjacent to the restaurant. During peak growing season, staff works daily in the garden harvesting ingredients for our specials – hard to get much fresher! Feel free to walk through our garden before or after your meal.

We also serve a selection of craft beers on tap, wines, and specialty cocktails along with brunch favorites, our famous Sunny Point Mega-Mosa and award-winning Spicy Bloody Mary.

We are open:
Sunday & Monday • 8:00 am – 2:30 pm
Tuesday-Saturday • 8:00 am – 9:30 pm

Reservations are for dinner hours only. Dinner is served starting at 5pm. Yes, you can order breakfast items in the evening! CLICK HERE TO MAKE A RESERVATION

Our café is small, but we do have a covered outdoor dining area so you can dine al fresco most seasons. Well behaved dogs are welcome. Dinner is served starting at 5:00pm Tuesday- Saturday, and yes, you can order items from our breakfast or lunch menu in the evenings. We are busiest weekend mornings, but have provided plenty of shaded seating so you can relax while waiting for your table. Please note that during these peak times we are unable to seat incomplete parties.

Along with our daily menu specials, we offer the following weekly drink specials:

  • Tuesdays: 1/2 off bottles of wine
  • Wednesdays: craft beers on draft for 3 dollars
  • Thursdays: mexican hot chocolate for 7 dollars
  • Sundays: nooner cocktail for 7 dollars (available starting at 10am)

Please join us for breakfast, lunch or dinner. We look forward to serving you.


Sunny Point Café is helping to raise funds, awareness, and expand community engagement with local nonprofits.

When you visit the restaurant, you’ll find a collection envelope on your table where, should you choose to, you can donate to our nonprofit partner of the month. Sunny Point Café will convey all funds collected in these envelopes, along with a donation from the restaurant, to the selected nonprofit each month.

Total Raised in 2018 = $20,517

Click here to see a full list of the nonprofits we’ve partnered with and the amount raised each month.


For January, our nonprofit partner is the Campaign for Southern Equality. Donate in the envelope on your table and Sunny Point Café will match 20% of donations collected during the month of January 2019 up to a total amount of $1,000.

The Campaign for Southern Equality (CSE) is working to build a South where LGBTQ people are equal in every part of life. A South where your zipcode doesn’t determine your rights. Where all of us are free to be who we truly are and love who we truly love.

Launching our work from a church basement in Asheville in 2011, CSE was on the frontlines of efforts to win marriage equality in the South. Our work has grown, and we now use a range of tools, including direct services, direct action, litigation, grant-making, and long-term organizing strategies to respond to immediate community needs, support a new generation of LGBTQ leaders, and build political power over the long term.

Since launching, CSE has served more than 4,000 LGBTQ Southerners with direct legal and support services. We give out 10% of our budget each year through grassroots grants to support LGBTQ organizers on the frontlines of transforming the South. And we are a leading regional and national voice on LGBTQ issues in the South. Our work is rooted in empathy and in commitments to equity in race, gender, and class, and we take part in rapid response organizing around issues of racial justice, immigration rights, voting rights, and health care.

We are deeply hopeful about what’s possible in the South and invite you to join our work for full equality. Visit www.southernequality.org for more information.