Critics from Southern Living to The New York Times are salivating over this new twist on Southern cuisine. Dine inside the charming restaurant or amid the vibrant street life on the sidewalk while enjoying the distinctive beer and wine list. Breakfast entrees always available, and dining until 11 p..m. on weekends. Our goal is to deliver a 10 on our Scale-of-Full-Flavor-Awesomeness, add several heaping helpings of fun, and be true to our internal credo: A Tupelo Honey experience should be a thousand times better than ordinary. A million times more delicious than you imagined. And worth coming back to for seconds, time and time again. South location at 1829 Hendersonville Road, also located downtown at 12 College St.
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 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.
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.
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.
The Red Stag Grill emanates Old-World ambience with hand-hewn tables, oak flooring, and intimate lighting. The menu features a masterful blend of chops, game and traditional favorites – all with an emphasis on the freshest local ingredients complimented by an extensive wine list. The restaurant also includes a dramatic lounge for socializing while enjoying brilliantly prepared libations. Located in the Grand Bohemian Hotel.
The Moose Café is an award-winning country restaurant on the grounds of the WNC Farmer’s market. They were in Southern Living Magazine and have received numerous other awards for their commitment to quality. Open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner seven days a week featuring all of your southern favorites! Located by the Western North Carolina Farmer’s Market.
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.
One of Black Mountain’s favorites, this award-winning restaurant promises an evening you’ll be talking about for a long time. Family owned and operated, we take pride in using the finest quality ingredients in all of our dishes. All selections from our applebutter, imaginative entrees, soups, salad, small plates and sides to the ten decadent desserts are freshly home made from scratch. Choose from hand cut Ribeye steaks, mountain trout, crab cakes, roasted chicken, old fashion beef pot roast and more. Wine and local beers are offered. Conveniently located in a quiet neighborhood just three blocks from down town. The Red Rocker Inn is also a seventeen room B&B. Open daily for breakfast by reservation. Dinner Monday through Saturday.
Welcome to the quaint town of Black Mountain! Step inside this elegant 1896 B&B in the heart of town and be greeted with warm Southern hospitality. Recent renovations (2014) have enhanced the historic elegance of this stately old home. Each of the seventeen charming guest rooms is complete with private bath, air conditioning, wi-fi, digital safe, and 100 year-old hardwoods. Choose a room with a cozy fireplace, relaxing whirlpool tub or original antique claw-foot tub. Take in mountain scenery on the front porch rockers, or star-gaze around the fire pit. You’ll find plenty to love at the complimentary breakfast buffet. But don’t miss dinner at our casual fine-dining restaurant. This award-winning Inn is conveniently located in a quiet neighborhood just three blocks from down town.
Roux features an innovative menu incorporating small plates and comfort food with a creative twist. The restaurant will use as much local food as possible, supporting the Hilton Asheville’s commitment to sustainability. The menu features local farm fresh products prepared in a creative but simple fashion, blending the best of both the gourmet and southern comfort food worlds.
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.
A variety of accommodation choices including rooms, cottages, and the Primrose Suite. A 40-acre lake with canoes, swimming, tennis, hiking, and yoga. Award-winning Season’s Restaurant features meals prepared with ingredients from our own organic garden. Breakfast is included, excluding cottages (full kitchens). Available for banquets, weddings, and special gatherings.
Authentic Japanese cuisine, great specials and lunch combinations, andfeatures full dinner menu. Open daily seven days a week. Sunday throughThursday 11:30AM-10:00PM, and Friday and Saturday 11:30AM-10:30PM. Dinein or take out. 640 Merrimon Ave., second floor, suite #205, Asheville,NC.
Vinnie’s features “Old School” neighborhood Italian food reminiscent of Brooklyn, the Bronx and the North End of Boston. Vinnie’s is casual and family friendly. The aromas of home cooked Italian food along with the rhythmic sounds of Martinis being shaken to chilling perfection sets the tone for a night of fun and laughter. The menu runs the gamut with classics like Lobsters Fra Diavalo, Chicken Parmesan, Sausage and Peppers, Veal Marsala and Linguini and Clams, Pizzas and Heros. Family style dining is also available.
Sunset Terrace Chophouse is the resort’s classic steakhouse, serving prime beef and fresh seafood for dinner and a variety of salads, sandwiches and entrées for lunch — all with breathtaking western views of the Blue Ridge Mountains.For the ultimate Sunset Terrace Chophouse experience, try the Trout Frangelico, our delicate walnut and almond encrusted trout filets for lunch; and our Cedar River Farms 8 oz. Filet topped Oscar-style for dinner.
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.