It’s been years since we last visited The Table Farmhouse Bakery located in Asheboro, NC. (They also have a smaller location in Greensboro.) We used to visit during the Autumn season to see all of the changing leaves, and this year we decided to repeat that tradition on our way up to Raleigh. Asheboro is about 1 1/2 hours out of Raleigh so it’s a good stopping point between Charlotte and Raleigh.
One of the reasons that we’ve always enjoyed visiting the Table Farmhouse Bakery is for their delicious pastries. From our very first visit we always make sure to pick up one of their cinnamon rolls.
The traditional cinnamon rolls that we order are on the top-tier followed by the sticky buns and cinnamon rolls topped with cream cheese.
We had a view of the whole eatery from our table, including a chance for some people watching of the Asheboro locals and the bottle chandelier.
While the menu has changed since we were there last, we were glad to see that there was still an omelet featured on the brunch menu. The Vegetable Omelet features: spinach, red bell peppers, mushrooms and Swiss cheese. I had the Swiss left off mine, not wanting to tempt fate when we still had a bit of driving to do.
Another must during your visit to the Table Farmhouse Bakery is checking out their market. It’s full of all sorts of things for your kitchen from jams and teas to kitchen utensils and woven bags.
The Table Farmhouse Bakery | 139 S. Church Street Asheboro, NC & 227 S. Elm Greensboro, NC