West Asheville's funky vibe translates into a varied mix of eateries. Happening on this unique neighborhood leaving downtown Asheville, you encounter boutiques and cafés lining Haywood Avenue. This West Asheville hub of activity is in the midst of a neighborhood renaissance.
The wide variety of eateries is a reflection of the diversity of this neighborhood, which was an incorporated town with a trolley line and a population of 12,000 at its heyday in the 1930s. Today, West Asheville restaurants offer the choice between upscale, AAA four-star dining, gourmet burgers, a bakery that uses all organic flour, casual barbecue and an inviting pub that serves as a popular meeting place for locals.
In West Asheville, the dining options are sure to please any taste or palate.
Brewer Gordon Kear, former brewer for Flagstaff Brewing Company for the past six years, and business partner Ben Wiggins wanted to bring more coolness to West Asheville. Their way of doing it, build a brewing company and bar with all the best …more
Since 1996, Bean Werks Coffee & Tea has filled the nook and crevices of its west Asheville neighborhood with the resonates of fresh roasted coffee. We have grown to be the leading roaster for the Western Carolinas and continue to do so by expanding …more
Come to Biscuit Head to enjoy the traditional southern favorite with a unique twist. Share cat-head biscuits and good times with your friends and family in this fun cafe. Indulge in the biggest selection of homemade gravies, jams, hot sauces and all …more
The Bywater is a unique private club situated along side the French Broad River in beautiful Asheville NC. We offer 18 beers on tap, many of them local, along with a selection of spiritous liquor and unique and tasty cocktails. Our small building is …more
Frank's was founded in November, 1977 by Frank Palmeri and family, who moved to Asheville from Brooklyn, NY. The original location was in Insbruck Mall. By 1982 Frank moved the pizzeria to a location in front of the Asheville Mall and Sears. In 1998 …more