New location of Green Sage Cafe in the Westgate Mall 70 Westgate Parkway Asheville North Carolina. Serving American Classic food, hamburgers, salads, sandwiches. Raw Juices and Smoothies and Organic Coffee.
Hungry for a bowl of morning goodness? Then the Pura Vida bowl is perfect for you! At Green Sage Cafe, our motto is nourishing life. This bowl's name means "Pure Life." So enjoy life on the sunny side. Green Sage serves cage free and antibiotic-free eggs cooked in teflon-free cookware.
Proudly serving Thrive Farmers Coffee.
4 years in 1st place for the best juices and smoothies in Western North Carolina. Fresh pressed juice made from carrot juice, ginger carrot juice, lemon zing juice, and apple juice. Green Sage Cafe smoothies made from strawberries, mangos, blue berry, almond and banana smoothie.
1st place winner for sustainability. Promoting sustainable businesses. Best X of WNC 2014.
Green Sage also does Catering in Asheville, North Carolina.
Welcome to Green Sage Cafe!
At Green Sage Cafe we care about what we serve you and seek out healthy and natural ingredients. We are deeply engaged with our community and share their values regarding the planet. Our Mission: To make Nourishing Food for Our Community using Sustainable Practices drives us. We see these life style choices as more than just a brand, it is what connects us all. Good Food, Good Friends and the beautiful world we live in - Nourishing Life! We are inspired by the mountains of Western North Carolina where we live. We use local and organic ingredients whenever possible and consistently strive to provide a friendly and nourishing experience to our customers. Please enjoy the website and the conversation.
Green Sage Cafe has diligently sought after sustainable solutions for its business enterprise. The Power Perfect Box benefits all three considerations in a Triple Bottom Line sustainable economic perspective; economy, ecology, and equity. Truly a perfect partnership.
We are proud to support economic sustainability by sustainably sourcing our coffee through Thrive Farmers Coffee. Learn more our organic farm-to-cup coffee and Thrive's transformative revenue-sharing model at this guest blog.
We are proud to support the 6th annual Hemp History Week June 1-7, 2015. Hemp History Week, is the largest national grassroots marketing and public education effort to renew strong support for hemp farming in the U.S. and raise awareness about the benefits of hemp products.
Recover, the local producer of our staff and customer apparel, is one of the most eco-friendly and socially responsible apparel manufacturers out there. In this guest blog, Bill Johnston, Co-Founder and President of Recover Brands, shares his story, vision, and aspirations for Recover.
Brit Jose, Relationship Manager of Lenny Boy Brewery, defines Kombucha and all of its greatness in this guest blog.
Green Sage Cafe is proud to be a Clean Energy business and EPA Green Power Partner. Currently, all three of our locations are sourcing 20% of their power from renewable wind and solar energy.
Anselm Doering, CEO of EcoLogic Solutions, discusses the importance of sustainable and environmentally-friendly cleaning products and the different products in place at Green Sage Cafe.
Selecting the ideal, most sustainable dishware has been the ultimate challenge for us at Green Sage Cafe. In this blog, we share the story behind our mission to find the best solution.
We set out on the search for one bread that could elevate the experience of our burgers, sandwiches and bagels. Read more to learn about our wonderful discovery.
Choosing the right not-milk to offer guests at Green Sage Cafe has been a not-small task. But as of this week, we have a winner. And a loser.
Macalat is a one-of-a-kind Shamanic chocolate that tastes better than dark chocolate, without the bitterness or the need for added sugar. Learn more about the creation of this magnificent chocolate bar by the maker himself, John Troy aka The Wizard.
At Green Sage Cafe we believe in humanely raising animals. We chose Hickory Nut Gap Farms for their commitment to the animals and to the planet. The ecosystem of the pasture and the roles the animals play are discussed.
Angela Hind, Internal and Functional Medicine physician, addresses the most pressing question facing our youth today: “Who will feed you?”
Green Sage Cafe needed someone to act as a liaison with businesses, organizations and individuals that are part of the Green Sage Cafe community. We found the perfect person, Noora Cox.
The health risks of Teflon are far too great to ignore. In keeping with our promise to provide nourishing food for the community, we have banned Teflon from our kitchens.
To help reduce waste caused by paper cups, we are launching a new program known as the Cup Worthy program.
In honor of National More Herbs, Less Salt Day, we would like to celebrate our house-made, more nutritious seasoning: Veggie Salt!
Meet our Chia Berry Lemonade, a house-made, full-bodied beverage fuel featuring all kinds of nutritionally wonderful ingredients.
In honor of Blueberry Month, we are celebrating the wonderful nutrition that these delicious berries provide.