Located right outside the entrance to the Vanderbilts’ historic estate, historic Biltmore Village is a destination unto itself for shopping, dining and historic culture.
The village was built around the train depot that supplied the Biltmore house with its materials during construction and later with its provisions, as well as its rich and famous visitors. It was envisioned as a self-sustaining community and designed to echo the aesthetic of the estate. The village’s tudor-style buildings today house boutique shops, fine art galleries, farm-to-table restaurants and All Souls Cathedral, built for the community in 1896.
Located in Antler Hill Village, the Bistro places a strong emphasis on our century-old field to table philosophy. Dishes include locally farmed mountain trout, locally sourced meats, local farmstead cheeses and honey. Using fresh ingredients from …more
The Cantina offers handmade Southwestern favorites with a twist of Asheville. Located in the heart of Historic Biltmore Village, it is one of the jewels of the Village and Asheville. The Cantina uses only the freshest ingredients sourced locally when …more
WNC's only family owned/operated brewery is 14 years old. Now open in two locations: Asheville and Morganton, NC.
Named for George Vanderbilt's beloved St. Bernard, Cedric, this warm, relaxing tavern overlooks the village green at Antler Hill Village. The décor, ambiance, and menu pay tribute to the neighborhood pubs of Britain and Ireland. Enjoy satisfying pub …more
Tucked into a quiet corner of historic Biltmore Village is one of Asheville's most surprising restaurants. Serving the finest casual cuisine in a unique setting. Dine on a sunny porch or in one of the cozy fireplace rooms. …more