The Junction was a great spot for a slow-paced Sunday brunch after a night out on the town. The owner, Charles, was extremely flexible and served us coffee at the bar while he readied an outdoor table, and we waited for the rest of our party of five. Our guests were late, and I never felt rushed to order. Charles gave us a lovely (as well as entertaining and brief) history of the river arts district of Asheville and the area's past significance. Our food and cocktails were delicious (fritatta, fried chicken, bloody Mary, and early byrd), and our server was friendly and helpful. I'd go back!