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35 restaurants available nearby · 1. Tupelo Honey – Downtown Asheville · 2. Rhubarb · 3. Limones Restaurant · 4. Holeman & Finch Public House – Asheville · 5. The. Lunch · Charlotte Street Grill And Pub · Chelseas Cafe & Tea Room · Laughing Seed Cafe · Salsa’s · Asheville Pizza and Brewing Company · Loretta’s · El Chapala · Blue. Blackbird Restaurant. The Blackbird ; Jettie Rae’s Oyster House Asheville. Jettie Rae’s Oyster House, Asheville ; Bear’s Smokehouse Asheville ; Jerusalem Garden.
 
 

 

– 10 Best Restaurants in Asheville, NC (for All Tastes!)

 

Amazing food! The Charleston Chicken Biscuit is my absolute favorite. It is so luscious, creamy, rich, and decadent. It hits all of the savory notes you want out of a chicken biscuit, but it has they wonderful crunchiness that you want out of fresh fried chicken.

Smothered with delicious gravy. Our waiter Caleb was awesome! Also check out the Mimosas definitely worth the extra few dollars! Great menu. Food was not quite as hot at u would like, but flavor was good and quality ingredients. Waitress was really attentive and I love the feel if thus restaurant. Cool, contemporary spot for farm-to-table New American fare, plus a weekly family-style dinner.

Every Southern meal needs some collards, but at Rhubarb, Chef John Fleer kicks it up a notch by braising them in peanuts alongside pork bottarga, kimchi, and topped with a peanut chili crumble. Rhubarb is not a place where you want to pass on dessert! Sunday supper is a tradition in the South and something that is near and dear to Chef John Fleer’s heart.

Every Sunday at p. Unique and seasonal menu with great service in a really cool setting. The location is amazing and the decor is rustic and perfect for the farm-to-table concept. Their take cornbread was very interesting and super tasty.

The gnocchi was a little different in that there wasn’t much of a sauce with it. Not necessarily a bad thing, just a little different than what we expected.

The half chicken was amazing though. We rarely order chicken at a restaurant but this was done to perfection. Served in a baking dish, it is plenty of food for two plus leftovers. Smyly was our server and he was fantastic.

I highly recommend Rhubarb! Waitress was very helpful and knowledgeable about the revolving farm to table menu. She helped guide us on choices – from small bites to shareables to main dishes. Wife loved her steak with locally sourced ramps. Maybe a bit overpriced. Overall, 4. Waiter was attentive. The meal was good but not the best we ever had.

The goat cheese burrata was tasty and so was the chicken dish and the duck confit could have had more duck. Overall ok. African restaurant. Paying homage to the rich history of African-American culinary traditions in the neighborhood known as The Block, Chef John Fleer and rising star Chef de Cuisine Ashleigh Shanti are putting their spin on Southern Appalachia classics — served family-style — on the ground floor of the restored steel factory that is now The Foundry Hotel.

Think deviled egg spread with Saltines; potlikker-braised chicken wings; fried catfish and waffles; triggerfish and spoonbread; and their wildly popular grilled and smothered pork chop with black pepper hominy gravy, served with sweet potatoes and collard greens. Located in a neighborhood known as The Block on Eagle Street, the businesses surrounding Benne on Eagle used to be the areas more vibrant area in the s and s. The neighborhood started to decline in the s and now, thanks to many businesses like Benne on Eagle, the area is starting to breathe life again.

Located in The Foundry Hotel Asheville, within the historic neighborhood known as The Block, Benne on Eagle offers a comfortable dining room and large patio. Drawing inspiration fr What an amazing experience at Benne on Eagle! Food and service were both top notch! The host was able to get us sat quickly and the rest of the evening was quite lovely! Such great flavor profiles!!

Soft egg, crawfish, roasted veg. It was fabulous. Loved the flavor, what a great dish!! We also absolutely loved the Plantains Foster, a well thought out dessert that was a great finish to our meal. Stopped in for Sunday brunch before hitting the road on the last day of our Asheville trip. The menu must change every so often – looking at it now I don’t see what we had last weekend. But the scramble that included crispy capers and I believe trout at the time was excellent.

Got a side of their pork sausage too, which the waitress recommended, and it was also quite good. Unique kinda homemade flavor and texture. I’d definitely go back! I ate dinner at Bene yesterday and enjoyed the experience. The relaxing atmosphere, eye-catching interior, and friendly and helpful staff all contributed to a great time. The food also made the experience wonderful.

These items were flavorful and filling. I highly recommend Bene and will eat there again without question! Pictures from dinner are included in the review. Perfect for road trips See time and distance between places, and optimize your route to get the most of your day. Vegetarian restaurant. Asheville has long been known for its vegetarian and green scene, and perhaps few places are better than Plant for trying vegetables and fruits.

Plant is vegan, 90 percent organic, often local and mostly gluten-free, with almost everything made from scratch without an animal product in the house.

Sample the aged cashew and farmer’s involtini cheese plate, with rosemary fruit, pickled vegetables and focaccia, or tofu bibimbap and beautiful grilled beets. Born and raised in a carniverous North Georgia family, I would have never imagined loving vegan food. Opened in by Leslie Armstrong, Alan Berger, and chef Jason Sellers, Plant was the restaurant that changed my mind, emerging as one of our favorite places to eat in Asheville.

Plant was one of the best culinary experiences of my life. Not only was the highlighted item in each individual dish spiced and cooked to perfection, but the accompanying items, which were delicious in their own right, enhanced the overall dish. The service was thoughtful, the staff were mindful of pacing our meal, and each dish was unique and exquisite. Every dish was a visual experience utilizing varying colors, textures, and serving plates. Our table was nearly silent throughout our meal at Plant.

Despite having much to discuss and catch up on with close friends, we were so overwhelmed by the flavors of the food that we were unable to do more than simply fully take in each bite. Distilling our experience into a review feels impossible, you’ll definitely want to experience Plant for yourself. Outstanding service, as well, especially due to reservation complications due to covid. Thank you all! Excellent menu and cooking, with good portion sizes. Eaten at various vegan restaurants and this is up there with the good ones.

Italian restaurant. There’s a separate «Classics» a la carte menu, but it’s hard to resist this unique degustation, which is best enjoyed overlooking the wood-fired oven at Cucina 24’s kitchen bar. We had an excellent meal here. This restaurant was recommended to us by some of staff at the Hotel and we are glad we made the trip.

The staff at this restaurant is great. They made is feel welcome as soon as we walked in. Our server explained everything on the menu so well that we didn’t have any questions. The meal was 5 courses and we had our choice of Entrees. The rest of the meal was set. You can see the menu online as it changes consistently with the availability of different ingredients.

The trout entree I had was one of the best pieces of fish I had eaten in a while. The courses are spaced accordingly and we never felt rushed. We were definitely full after the meal ended. The cocktails were delicious as well. I highly recommended this restaurant. We love to eat and Cuchina 24 fit our taste. Since we are still in the Omicron phase the restaurant made sure all guests are vaccinated and we had to show our vaccination cards and wear masks until we sat down.

Staff was masked during the entire visit. We were very well taken care of by our waiter and other staff. They also were very accommodating about me allergies.

A 5-course menu Italien inspired and the wine tasting were a delight. Some was missing without it. But we highly recommend this dining experience! Tasting menu is insanely good, way beyond expectations.

Dishes are definitely Michelin level quality in terms of taste, authenticity and creativity. Hard to imagine they only charge 60 per person.

A lot of places do Farm to Table— the difference is what happens in between. This lovely farm-to-table restaurant is one of the best restaurants in Asheville because of, among other things, their famous Reuben as well as their prime location not-to-far from the iconic Biltmore Estate, a must-see local attraction. But back to their iconic Reuben: The restaurant sources raw corned beef for this sandwich from a specialty purveyor in Salisbury, North Carolina.

Be sure to make reservations at this upscale farm-to-table eatery in Biltmore Village. Serving breakfast, lunch and dinner, the Corner Kitchen features fresh takes on classics like the mushroom pot pie or pecan-crusted mountain trout topped with a bourbon sauce. Given its proximity to the entrance of Biltmore Estate, Corner Kitchen is usually quite busy and parking can be challenging.

Quick Summary This was a upscale casual version of their Chestnut restaurant. Food was fantastic and similar to Chestnut. Ambiance was definitely much more casual than Chestnut.

Parking can similarly be difficult as it’s street parking Food- 5 stars Corn and crab chowder- this was decent. It paled in comparison to the entrees Pecan crusted trout- this was very good. Excellent flavor throughout and very balanced. I couldn’t stop eating it Pork chop- my friends couldn’t stop raving about how good the pork chop it was. I assume they get the same supplier as Chestnut, and I thought their pork chop was phenomenal Drinks- 5 stars The Vanderbilt Martini was fantastic.

I was a bit worried in the beginning when the servers were making the drinkers as well, but I was surprised and satisfied Service- 5 stars Servers and staff were friendly and attentative. They were also the bussers and the bartenders, which was pretty impressive Bottom Line Great meal at the Corner Kitchen. Highly recommend the Vanderbilt Martini with either the trout or pork chop. Good food and good service.

Located in the heart of Biltmore Village, you might have to ride around a bit to find a parking spot. We had to wait about 15 minutes for a table. This place is freaking awesome. I visited this restaurant on my birthday and they treated me like a Queen. I will drive 3 hrs to eat here any day. Mentioned on 3 lists. Mexican restaurant. While diners enthusiastically flock to Limones throughout the week for dinner, those looking for the best lunch in Asheville will not be disappointed during their Sunday brunch ser We had a wonderful dinner there tonight.

Richard, our waiter, made excellent suggestions. The arugula salad was fantastic as was the bread pudding. And I highly recommend the blood orange margarita. Upon entering the restaurant, we were greeted by the host near the bar area. We had a reservation, so we were seated quickly.

The restaurant has a classy old fashioned look with large mirrors, Eidson type lights, wood floors, nice decor and large wall paintings. Our server came over and explained the menu as well as several offerings of interest.

I had the pleasure of trying the lamb and the scallops. Both probably could have used a touch more flavor and a little higher temperature. The fingerling potatoes and broccoli were good accompanying items.

The dessert has the flavor I was hoping for and I was definitely impressed! The atmosphere and service was great. The ceviche was my favorite. My main course was the pork chop and butter beans. The meat was cooked to perfection, my beans were under cooked My husband had the Bouillbaisse, as he raved it was very flavorful and delicious We will return Show 4 more. For one of the more popular downtown Asheville restaurants on the fancier side — and where people go before concerts or for brunch — Chestnut is sleek and trendy.

Although they make delicious meals, nothing beats a charcuterie and drinks at the bar. Chestnut is a lovely little downtown restaurant operated by the same folks who own Corner Kitchen detailed above. The focus here is on hand-crafted culinary classics made with the best available local ingredients. A favorite among gastrophiles, Chestnut has become something of an institution in downtown Asheville.

Take the deviled eggs, for instance. We had a delightful dinner there. We sat at the table that is surrounded by glass in the front, so you can see the sidewalk and people walking by, which we enjoyed. The food is phenomenal. I had the «Winter Citrus Salad» which was probably the best kale salad I’ve ever had. I also had the winter squash ravioli. Being vegetarian, I was able to find a number of tasty options. We did have an issue with one of our meals, which they handled brilliantly.

It wasn’t a big deal and we were beyond satisfied with their resolution. Not every meal can be flawless, and we understand that. So when a restaurant handles an issue properly, it makes it so much nicer. I also recommend the Ginger beer, which was packed with flavor.

Overall, it’s a pleasantly quiet environment, quick service and fantastic food. If you’re in the Asheville area, I highly recommend that you give Chestnut a try. Ambiance was comfortable and beautiful.

Dessert is the game changer, though! Maple sundae was out of this world. Quick Summary Solid dinner spot for date nights or big groups. Really enjoyed the lobster bisque and tomahawk pork chop. Try to make reservations Food- 5 stars Food was fantastic. The lobster bisque was rich and balanced. The pork chop was fatty and full of flavor.

Enjoyed all their food Service- 5 stars Our server, Rachel was fantastic. Very attentive and friendly Bottom Line Fantastic dinner spot at the heart of downtown Asheville. Will be coming back! Collaborate with friends in real time Plan along with your friends with live syncing and collaborative editing. There are lots of wood-fired ovens grilling pizzas in Asheville, but All Souls Pizza hovers at the top of the list for its commitment to locally sourced ingredients, even in the dough.

Using fresh-milled flour made from regionally grown grains, the uniquely flavored and textured dough is naturally fermented with native yeast.

Featuring country ham from Goodnight Brothers and fresh local pullet eggs from Dry Ridge Farm, their flavorful Country Ham and Egg Pizza is a fan favorite, though it’s hard to lose with any seasonal pie. So it is with some authority that I can say that All Souls boasts the best pizza in Asheville. Locally focused, the menu of gourmet pizza highlights Asheville growers and makers. But the vibe at All Souls is very chill. So so «souls» good!!!

Fresh sliced garlic, over-easy eggs, country bacon and mozzarella!!!! White bean soup!!!! Not salty and tasted so fresh!! A farm to table feel and taste Was looking for fine pizza but this was a flop The atmosphere was ok but the lighting was very dim. Neither of us were satisfied and left feeling like we should have just eaten elsewhere and still hungry.

First off, the staff deserve nine stars out of five; helpful, friendly but not gratingly so. The food is tasty and good quality for a reasonable price. Lunch in Asheville like a Vanderbilt!. We are Biltmore annual passholders — mostly for the trails, restaurants, and winery.

Every single picture I have in the Stable Cafe has terrible lighting. However, the food is delicious in this fun Biltmore restaurant. The Stable Cafe is known for its striking dining room and architecture, known for its upper-level a-frame roof. What was once a stable, is now the spot to enjoy some of the best lu Opens at and serves until The waiter was delightful and when I exclaimed how savory the coleslaw was, he brought me a second serving!

The BBQ sandwich was good, and the fries were crispy and perfectly seasoned. The classic burger was cooked to a juicy medium, nestled between two toasted buns. Every bite seemed better than the last, making me forget that I don’t in fact have to finish my plate. Needless to say, I found myself in the clean plate club! Excellent experience. Pleasant staff, child friendly. My daughter accompanied my husband and I to the restaurant.

They provided water with a lid, extra straws without thinking we were weird, an extra roll for her, and a chocolate chip cookie to go despite her just eating off of our plates. Unique eating atmosphere with the horse stalls, only the booths had cushions.

Would very much recommend. This place never disappoints! Location is the coolest, eating in what used to be horse stables is the neatest! White chicken chili and chicken salad croissant was fresh and tasty! Chocolate creme brulee was outstanding! Terri, our waitress was beyond great! Asian fusion restaurant. Asian flavors meet Appalachian ingredients at this relaxed haunt with outdoor seating. For a true Asian flavor explosion, check out the Mapo Doufu, a traditional Szechuan dish that is characteristically salty, spicy and richly-flavored, with braised tofu, ground pork, broad bean paste, garlic, ginger, tree ear mushrooms, Szechuan peppercorn, chile and loads of scallions.

Loved that they delivered to Archetype Brewing around the corner. The flavors were really really delicious. My favorite was the brisket steam buns, but it was so so good! Gan Shan West was everything I’d hoped it would be. I was beyond thrilled to see they had a beef brisket ramen.

It was perfectly spicy and flavorful. We are regulars here. Really good food and super convenient to have it dropped off at archetype brewing. Super easy and tasty. True to that romantic aesthetic, Sovereign Remedies serves some of the best cocktails in Asheville, which is what people know them for. Located downtown Asheville N Market St.

Lots of great options of the list and plenty of tasty recommendations from the staff. Worth a stop if you want something worth having. This was a nice, eclectic spot, with a dark ambience. We ordered the corn bread, brussel sprouts my fave , beef carpaccio least favorite , potatoes, trout, shrimp, and beef shoulder.

Drinks were great, I recommend the No Sleep till Brooklyn, and service was on point. Dessert was underwhelming, I recommend you skip it. Chopped Cut for the Moment main course. Service was good. The frites were a standout and rest of what we ate was adequate.

We had a cute table that overlooked the first floor. Hamburger restaurant. Though that influential eatery shut its doors for good in , its legacy lives on in sister restaurant Farm Burger.

Farm Burger has delicious burgers with vegan, veggie, and gluten-free options. Farm Burger has vegan, veggie, and gluten-free options, including GF fries some locations and gluten-free buns. Awesome service. Real easy to walk in and order food. If your looking for a good lunch spot when going through Asheville definitely stop and here. Also if you want to get a good deal definitely get the lunch combo or if you want there daily special burger, get the daily special. I built my own, made it similar to the Chicken burger with a onion ring on it and then got fries with Pimento Cheese.

The food is amazing has a really good taste. So if your someone looking for a good sear definitely a place to go to get burgers. Also the Pimento Cheese fries were really good. Amazing food. Delicious burgers and fresh french fries. Glad we made the choice of eating here while in town for vacation. Lots of options on the menu with kids menu for the little ones. Nice chill atmosphere. Will go back when we visit again.

Highly recommend. Be prepared for a fast moving line. Definitely eat here if you like good burgers. Good gluten free options and vegan options. They use beyond beef for vegans I’m a carnivore and got the double bacon cheeseburger with a side of kale slaw. The fryer is cross contaminated so avoid fries. Both burgers were juicy and flavorful. The bun was gluten free and okay. The slaw was surprisingly good. Just the right amount of flavoring. No mayonnaise soaked cabbage here The wife had the farm salad with bacon, regular size.

Plenty of food. Lots of really good bacon Like this review if you found it helpful. One of the new downtown Asheville restaurants that opened in , Asheville Proper is your proper steakhouse.

Located in the historic Grove Arcade, they invited us out for a pre-opening dinner. Um, speakeasy cocktails and delicious steaks with fresh sides?! What a cool menu and unique experience. We got the steak tar tar and it was amazing. There was a smoked aioli sauce on the side that was delicious. The steaks were good and service was very nice.

Lots of parking in the area to walk to this spot and cool indoor fire eating experience. Really cool comfy spot to check out. Everything was really clean and everyone was really nice. ALL the sides were so good. The steak was great, so were the ribs, the duck had a great flavor but wasn’t as tender as I was hoping. The only thing that irked me was that my server kept forgetting to get me water.

Hands down best meal and dining experience I’ve ever had. Every single thing we ate was impeccable and the service was perfect. There was even a guy playing music on the corner that added to our experience. We had the charcuterie platter as well as the cheese plate. I discovered that I’ve missed out on pate my whole life among other things I would have never tried.

We decided to get lots of small plates to try, grilled octopus was amazing. The buttermilk fried oysters were divine. Steak tartar was also excellent. We also had bone marrow, which was a first for my 75 year old father, who loved it. We couldn’t resist trying dessert even though we were stuffed since everything else had been so delicious and weren’t disappointed with deconstructed smores and a flan dish. Plenty of space to spread out with dining area, bar, and fully covered patio.

Experience Biltmore’s legacy of food and wine inspired by their heritage of fine dining and sustainable agriculture, with the finest ingredients from their pastures and gardens. Admission ticket or annual pass is required to dine. This historic theatre turned restaurant and music hall brings a creative flair and fusion of flavors to the food scene of West Asheville.

The eclectic menu pairs many locally sourced ingredients, a touch of Asian flair and a creative nod to the Appalachians. This award-winning italian restaurant is known for their excellent service and authentic family atmosphere. Vegan and gluten-free options available. Style BBQ with signature items like brisket burnt ends, smoked sausage, loaded baked potatoes, and more. They also offer vegan options like tempeh and Impossible Meatloaf and a variety of craft beer to enjoy!

Open 7 days a week with online ordering and delivery available. A longtime French bistro with comfort food using local ingredients. A romantic, intimate and charming setting. Dine al fresco along bricked walkways. Pair hand-selected French wines. Located near Biltmore Estate, they have become a neighborhood favorite Southern food restaurant in South Asheville – with responsibly sourced ingredients and craft cocktails. Transport your senses to faraway lands with authentic made-from-scratch Mediterranean and Middle Eastern dishes.

On Friday and Saturday nights, enjoy belly dancing and live music. Lunch and dinner every day. Longtime favorite for both locals and visitors! This is where Tupelo began in as a destination for scratch-made Southern food rooted in the Carolina Mountains. Breakfast, lunch and dinner served every day. Enjoy craft cocktails, specialty beers and famous honey dusted fried chicken at their new lounge, adjacent to original space.

Features contemporary southern cuisine utilizing fresh, local ingredients to create inspired comfort food with bold flavors. These handcrafted meals are served Wed – Sat for dinner and Sunday for brunch. Enjoy both indoor and outdoor seating, as well as a cocktail at the bar. Located in the heart of Downtown Asheville, Chestnut offers a unique take on hand-crafted food and cocktails.

The palette is best described as Southern American with a variety of ethnic twists. The menu changes monthly and features a wide range of local and seasonal produce and proteins. Open 7 days a week for dinner only starting at 5 PM. To make a reservation, visit the website or call In the heart of Asheville in Pack Square is this comfortable place for friends, families and strangers to simply lean in and enjoy each other’s company.

A place where food and drink is at its uncomplicated best. The menu is inspired by seasonal ingredients and pays homage to the bounty of regional and American cooking. A wood-fired oven and grill complement the rustic creations. Located inside the historic Orchard Inn , their farm-to-table prix-fixe menu changes weekly, with much of the produce from their organic garden. Enjoy views of the Blue Ridge Mountains and extensive wine list. Make reservations in advance for this special dining experience.

The original home of Green Man Brewing, the pub specializes in hand-crafted English ales and weekly traditional jam sessions in a charming old world atmosphere.

Open until 1 AM weekdays, 2 AM weekends. Find a warm, cozy atmosphere where the food and service will delight your senses. Enjoy handcrafted cocktails, ample wine offerings, a selection of local draft beer, an extensive rhum list, and of course, delicious food prepared by Chef Owen McGlynn.

Free parking in their private lot downtown. Enjoy a casual lunch, romantic dinner or big Sunday Brunch buffets, including holidays. Only five minutes from Hendersonville and 30 minutes from Asheville.

This favorite downtown Italian restaurant is filled with the aromas of house baked artisan bread and mouth watering cuisine. Focuses on fresh ingredients, biodynamic and organically-produced wine selections. Offers traditional recipes from Italy, featuring hand-tossed pizzas, savory pastas, housemade desserts, gluten-free and vegetarian options. Dine lakeside at Rumbling Bald on Lake Lure by their private beach.

Arrive by boat or car. Casual dining includes their favorites, hand-made pizzas and house-ground burgers. At the bar, sip craft beers while watching the game or playing billiards. Come early to enjoy the patio views. A world-class favorite located on charming Wall Street.

One of the best restaurants in Asheville is Tupelo Honey Cafe, a fan favorite for in-store and patio dining. All of the recipes are made with responsibly-sourced ingredients, providing guests with healthy and delicious meals. You can check out the Asheville restaurant for breakfast, lunch, or dinner. A post shared by Tupelo Honey tupelohoneycafe. Some of the best meals on the menu include biscuits, southern chicken BLT, fried chicken, griddle, cast iron pork, glazed meatloaf, and so many other Southern favorites!

American farm-to-table cuisine is brought to life at the Market Place restaurant in Asheville. Here, you will be able to find healthy and locally-sourced ingredients on the menu, making it one of the most authentic stops in the state. The restaurant is open in the evenings every day of the week, as well as for brunch on the weekends.

It has been a major site in downtown Asheville since , only getting more and more popular since its opening. Check out the website every week for special events happening every day.

The restaurant also features a dog-friendly patio and a casual atmosphere to enjoy your food and beer. Originally from Wisconsin, the owners seek to provide visitors with a warm and friendly atmosphere while eating delicious, homemade food. A post shared by Foggy Mountain Brewpub foggymountainavl. The Brew Pub is best known for its award-winning wings, which visitors simply rave about every time they visit.

Some other delicious menu options include burgers, gyros, sandwiches, salads, and even mac and cheese! The Wicked Weed Brewing Pub is located right in downtown Asheville and is home to a restaurant, tasting room,barrel brewery, and bottle shop. Check out the upper level of the historic brewery, which has elevated pub gastronomy, plenty of options for beer, and delicious cocktails. In the tasting room, you will be able to try 25 of the beers offered, including some of the limited releases.

A post shared by Wicked Weed Brewing wickedweedbrewing. There is tons of outdoor seating, which is also dog-friendly, so you can have a wonderful experience.

 
 

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