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where do you go in Western North Carolina if you're famished for a fritter? hankering for some honey? chaffing for some apple cake? Barber's. While you're waiting in line, sip on some juice from the cooler. Vegetables, fruits, baked goods- quite a market and big,...More
I make a yearly visit in September to load up on honeycrisp apples from Barber Orchards! We also love their apple turnovers, fritters, pies...soooo good! I usually buy several jams and their apple butter, a family favorite. Service is excellent and the variety of apples...More
Barber Orchard Fruitstand is not your typical sleepy fruitstand. The fruitstand is inside a building and has existed for decades. We parked beside a row of apple trees loaded with fruit. Once inside there were many varieties of apples and all kinds of fresh vegetables...More
We enjoyed a lot of fine Apple pastries on our trip, all came from Barber's. We tried pies, cookies, turnovers, and breads. Caramel apple cookies are a must if you stop in! Apples, jellies, peaches, huge peaches, vegetables all were there for us to delight...More
If you happen though the mountains of Western North Carolina and cruise near Balsam, Sylva, or Waynesville you MUST stop by Barbers Apple Orchard to grab some varieties of apples and some fried apple pies, apple turnovers, apple fritters or their delicious apple cake. They...More
They pick the apples and have them in big bins. It's local apples and apples they have shipped in both. You pick the ones you want out of the bins or they have some pre-bagged. They usually offer samples so you can pick... More
They pick the apples and have them in big bins. It's local apples and apples they have shipped in both. You pick the ones you want out of the bins or they have some pre-bagged. They usually offer samples so you can pick the kinds(s) you like.