Voted best seafood restaurant in Western North Carolina every year since opening in 2005, a visit to Asheville is not complete without a stop at The Lobster Trap. Located in the heart of downtown, we bring you fresh seafood flown in daily, fresh beer from our own Oyster House Brewing Company, and fresh music from local musicians every night. Come experience fun dining where the mountains meet the sea.
Located at 46 Haywood Street, inside the Haywood Park hotel atrium, TheBier Garden has been an Asheville favorite since 1994. We offer aselection of over 200 beers from around the world as well as your localmicro brewed favorites. To complement the largest selection of beer inWNC is a extensive food menu, including fine dining entrees, a pubmenu, late night menu , children’s menu , wine menu and a full bar.Sunday brunch served 11:00 am -2 pm. 2 game rooms, 11 TV’s and a 15foot TV to catch the big game! Open daily 11:00 am – 2:00 am.
A completely vegetarian restaurant specializing in foods from around theworld. The dishes prepared here celebrate fresh vegetables combined with all natural and predominantly organic ingredients. Quality and creativity have always been the driving forces behind the Laughing Seed’s eclectic international approach to vegetarian dining, and this has led to our popularity with vegetarians and meat-eaters alike. Local products, organic ingredients and a flair for global fusion combine to give our dishes a unique and satisfying character.
Around the corner from the Fine Arts Theatre in downtown Asheville,Limones Restaurant provides an inspirational mix of Mexican-Californiancuisine along with inventive bar selections served by a warm,professional staff. Chef-owner Hugo Ramirez frequently changes themenu, featuring what is seasonal, fresh and local. Dinner specialiesinclude such entrees as grilled au natural rib-eye steak withhazelnut-ancho chile sauce, or Tequila-lime cured salmon withwatercress and avocado salad. Limones also features an impressiveSaturday & Sunday brunch with traditional selections such asMexican sweetbreads and house-made sausage, including chorizo. LunchFriday & Saturday 11:30-3:00. Sunday Brunch 11-3:00.
Located in the Haywood Park Atrium, the café serves tasty and fast breakfast and lunch items seven days a week from 7am-3pm, all offered in a comfortable, distinctive, and spacious atmosphere with complimentary Wi-Fi. Located in the heart of downtown Asheville at the Haywood Park Hotel.
Much of our fare is sourced locally from dedicated farmers, cheese mongers, and bakers. Taste the freshness and understand the dedication to quality to the products that come out of the creperie kitchen. We’ve got local musicians rolling through the Courtyard a few nights a week. Come check out some sweet sounds, righteous spirits & of course, crêpes! In addition to our selection of wines & beer, Crêperie Bouchon has spirits for all your adult beverage needs. Crêperie Bouchon is located in a wonderfully quaint space located off Lexington Avenue in the Courtyard between Broadway & Lexington, Walnut & Woodfin in Downtown Asheville.
Serving lunch and dinner seven days a week, as well as Sunday brunch, Isa’s menu is specialized to celebrate the freshness of Western North Carolina’s seasonal harvest and fresh local produce. Executive Chef Duane Fernandes brings his seasoned culinary finesse to the table preparing cuisine that is ingredient-driven new American with a Mediterranean influence. Located in the heart of downtown Asheville at One Battery Park Avenue in the Haywood Park Hotel and featuring valet parking.
Located in the “French Quarter” at 68 North Lexington Avenue, and introducing Michel Baudouin’s latest addition to the downtown restaurant scene featuring authentic Cajun and Creole cuisine. Michel Baudouin currently has Bouchon and Creperie restaurants located in the “French Quarter” and Lafayette is his latest master piece of dinning cuisine featuring Executive Chef Tres Hundertmark from New Orleans and Cuisine Chef Joseph Duplan. The menu offers a wide array of Cajun and Creole dishes including Jambalaya, Creole Jumbo, Cajun Gumbo, Crayfish Etouffee,’ an Etouffee’ du jour, and an Alligator Sauce Piquant to name just a few of the mouth watering dishes. You must try this authentic Cajun and Creole cuisine, as it will prove to be an exquisite and fascinating dining experience! Read our coverage on Lafayette for more information.
Bonjour y’all! Bouchon is a slice of France… right here inthe Blue Ridge Mountains. “Bouchon” is the French word forcork. It is also the colloquial expression for “bistro” inthe Lyon area of France. Chef/owner Michel Baudouin says, “I have fond memories of visiting the local bouchon with my friends while growing up in the Rhone Valley of France… memories so comforting and so delicious, they’re worth sharing.” Bouchon is open seven days a week at 5:00 pm.
Zambra, Asheville’s home for Spanish wine and tapas, has beenglowingly reviewed in Southern Living, The New York Times, The LosAngeles Times, The Boston Globe, and The Charlotte Observer; andfeatured on the Food Network. We feature the finest Iberian wines, andour dining room is widely recognized as the area’s most beautiful.
Introducing a new culinary experience in downtown Asheville…oneFIFTYone Boutique Bar & Kitchen…modern, eclectic, serving local fare in a sophisticated bar atmosphere. Located in the lobby of Hotel Indigo, oneFIFTYone invites Hotel Indigo guests, and Asheville residents, to come enjoy the experience. In the morning, oneFIFTYone serves fresh brewed coffee from Dynamite Roasting Co. in Black Mountain, NC plus a full, cooked-to-order breakfast menu, a variety of freshly baked pastries, organic juices, and vitamin water. For lunch, sample one of the made-from-scratch soups, specialty salads, wraps or paninis. Evening delights include gourmet “small plates” and flatbreads, nightly entrée specials, mouth-watering desserts, plus exquisite martinis, hand-selected wines and brews. OneFIFTYone is committed to using fresh, organic and seasonal ingredients that support local farms and businesses in the Asheville, NC region.
Vue 1913, an American Brasserie, offers a leisurely and stylish setting for a comfortable meal for those who love food. With distinctive art deco décor and a breathtaking panoramic view of the Blue Ridge Mountains, Vue 1913 offers a perfect venue for laid back nights out and special occasions alike.
Southern Appalachian Supper Club and Moonshine Bar serves delicious local, seasonal and organic fare over candle light. This prohibition era supperclub was once Thomas Wolfe’s famous speakeasy: Eureka Saloon (1907-1922). Lex18 is considered one of Asheville’s most romantic restaurants with prohibition-era costumed waiters and nightly music. Moonshine Bar features hand crafted Asheville beers, Southern spirits and moonshine cocktails.
Where the Smokey Mountains meet the British Isles. Handcrafted beers and wine & spirits. One of Asheville’s favorite places to come and relax, listen to music, and enjoy fresh, locally sourced pub fare. Menu offers a broad selection of delicious meals. Located below the Laughing Seed Restaurant at 95 Patton Avenue.