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 accepted for dinner only, please call 828.252.0055.

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 originally over 30 dollars
  • Wednesdays: craft beers on draft for 3 dollars
  • Sundays: nooner cocktail for 7 dollars (available starting at noon)

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


Throughout 2017 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 the 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.


ABCCM ReflexFor March, our nonprofit partner is Asheville Buncombe Community Christian Ministry (ABCCM). With the support of 281 churches and more than 6,000 volunteers each year, ABCCM transforms the lives of more than 35,000 men, women and children in Western North Carolina annually. Their services help veterans who seek to move from homelessness to self-sufficiency, mothers and children transitioning from sleeping in cars to sleeping in beds, families who are unable to pay utility bills, uninsured persons get health care and the prescriptions they need, and incarcerated men and women in despair find hope. In support of ABCCM’s work, Sunny Point Café will match 20% of on-table envelope donations collected during the month of March up to a total donation amount of $1,000.

More about ABCCM services and programs:

  • At the Veterans Restoration Quarters for homeless male veterans and Steadfast House for homeless female veterans, single women and mothers with children, residents have the daily support they need to focus on training that puts them on the path to a living-wage career and their own home.
  • ABCCM’s four Crisis Ministry centers throughout the county help our neighbors in need fill gaps in food, utility, rent and childcare expenses.
  • The Medical Ministry is the only free clinic in the region, serving about half of the uninsured residents of Buncombe County and distributing each year around $3 million in prescriptions.
  • ABCCM’s Veterans Services of the Carolinas prevents veteran families in 26 Western north Carolina counties from losing their home or rapidly rehousing them, and provides scholarships to training programs.
  • The Jail Ministry helps inmates at the Buncombe County Detention Center find hope at the crossroads in jail.

Your support allows ABCCM to continue to serve all of our neighbors in need.
For more information about how you can transform a life, go to www.ABCCM.org.