To our customers, These are difficult times for us all, and we want to assure you, our loyal customers, that we are taking every precaution possible to ensure your safety and the safety of our crew. As part of that effort, we are now offering our full menu for to go orders with curbside pick-up. […]
Shop Talk: Glass Onion
Similar to The Beatles’ song after which it was named, Glass Onion has become a hit in downtown Weaverville. Eddie Hannibal and Natalie Byrnes worked as head chefs for 15 years in The Hamptons on Long Island, New York, before opening Glass Onion last year. “Our food is very simply done,” says Natalie. A blackboard […]
Main Street Eats
Weaverville lays out the welcome mat for new restaurants. Breakfast joint? Check. Brew pub? Check. Wine and cheese shop? Check. Sophisticated culinary hot spot for a dinner date without kids? Check. It appears little Weaverville has built itself a bona fide restaurant scene. Sometime between the Great Recession and today, downtown’s Main Street defied the […]
Thanks To You, We’re Here A Year!
Yes, this past May, Glass Onion has been open here a full year. We are delighted to report that it’s a success. And we never could have done it without you. Before we packed up and left New York, we’d been head chefs at two of the Hamptons’ highest-rated dining venues, Robert’s in Water Mill […]
Hannibal’s Southern Exposure
Glass Onion is latest stop in chef’s long, winding journey. Click the image below to read the full article.
Paying the (fair) price for good food at Weaverville’s Glass Onion Click the images to read the entire article
First-time restaurant owners have credibility
Citizen-times q&A WEAVERVILLE — Being an entrepreneur doesn’t always have to be a blind leap of faith. Consider Natalie Byrnes and Eddie Hannibal, the husband-and-wife team who opened the Glass Onion restaurant on Weaverville’s main drag about three months ago. The two bring big-time restaurant credibility from their former home base on Long Island, N.Y. […]
July 25, 2012 – Record & Sentinel
Glass Onion brings Italian flare to Weaverville. Please click here to read the full article.