We Enjoyed Farm-Fresh Pizza And A View Of The Mountains At Harvest Pizzeria In North Carolina And Can’t Wait To Return
My name is Beth, and I’m a North Carolina resident who delights in discovering hidden gems throughout the state. I’ve enjoyed spending time in many different regions of the Tar Heel State, but have to admit there’s something especially captivating about Asheville. It’s scenic, sure, but it’s the way the local community celebrates both food and farmers that’s truly remarkable. Below you’ll find my first-hand experience visiting one of the city’s newest offerings: Harvest Pizzeria.
To be clear, Asheville has no shortage of delicious pizza to enjoy. Whether you’re craving New York-style slices, Neapolitan pizzas, or downright massive pies, you’re bound to find just the thing within a square mile of downtown. Harvest being the newest addition to the pizza scene meant it had to bring something special, and we’re here to tell you that it does. From the renovated building it inhabits to the creative, fresh menu and the breathtaking mountain views from the rooftop, this local North Carolina restaurant has so much to offer that you’ll need to return multiple times to appreciate it all.
So, the next time you find yourself visiting Asheville, we would absolutely recommend stopping over for a quality pizza at Harvest. It’s the perfect way to enjoy everything that the city is so famous for — delicious food, community, and the stunning mountain landscape. For more information and to take a peek at the menu, head to the Harvest Pizzeria website. You can also follow Harvest Pizzeria on Facebook for exciting updates and more.
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A lifelong Virginia resident, Beth loves exploring different parts of the world and currently resides in Alexandria. She holds a degree in English Literature and one of her short stories has been featured in the Shenandoah Review. Other interests include hiking, songwriting, and spending time in the mountains.