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Coming Soon: Rhubarb

Coming Soon: Rhubarb

Asheville's New Restaurant Has Ties to James Beard Foundation. John Fleer John Fleer is shaking things up with his newest venture, Rhubarb, in downtown Asheville. Fleer, known for his unique "foothills cuisine" and long stream of James Beard accolades, has shied away from putting this new restaurant into one particular category of food, but there has been an indication that the cuisine would be a

Dine Blind with Dishcrawl

Dine Blind with Dishcrawl

Taste Your Way Across Asheville's Food Scene During Inaugural Dishcrawl Event. Across the nation diners have enjoyed an epicurean experience called Dishcrawl (think pub crawl for dinner), and now this event is making it's Asheville debut. Here's how it works... for $45, food lovers will come together for an evening of gourmet adventure, traveling to four distinctive restaurants in one

Win Tickets: Asheville Wine and Food Festival

Win Tickets: Asheville Wine and Food Festival

Insider Tips & Big Foodie Giveaway: Asheville Wine and Food Festival Grand Tasting   A guest post by Lindey Grossman So much to eat and drink, so little time! Take these cues from Asheville Wine & Food Festival veterans on how to get the most out of this amazing epicurean experience. 1. SHOPPING STRATEGY. Upon entering the Grand Tasting , you will get a free, official Festival bag for

6 Sweet Retreats in Asheville

6 Sweet Retreats in Asheville

Win Tickets To 'SWEET' and Satisfy Your Sweet Tooth. Guest post by Lindsey Grossman Want the inside scoop on Asheville's  best locally made ice cream, chocolates and pastries? Make plans to experience these sweet spots around town. Karen Donatelli Cake Designs & Café Karen is an artist. Walking into her European-style patisserie is like walking into an edible museum with her beautiful

Roman's Happy Hour

Roman's Happy Hour

Asheville Insider Tip: Avoid the Lunch Rush and Save Money at Roman's. Roman's is one of downtown Asheville's best local delis. They feature scratch made sandwiches, salads, soups and burgers. Most everything they serve uses local ingredients  from places like Annie's Naturally Bakery Breads, Hickory Nut Gap Farm Meats, Round Mountain Creamery, Farside Farm Dairy. Plus they use local produce

Foodspotting: The Soda Fountain

Foodspotting: The Soda Fountain

Asheville Insider Tip: Visit Asheville's Retro Diner For Frozen Treats. Located inside the Woolworth Walk , one of downtown Asheville's historic landmarks, is a soda shop restored to its former glory. The Soda Fountain is a throwback to a 1950's diner and was built to resemble the original luncheonette located in the Woolworth store.  The eatery is open daily and serves many of the original

All You Can Eat Sushi

All You Can Eat Sushi

Asheville Insider Tip: All You Can Eat Sushi at Champa. Sushi lovers rejoice. Every Sunday you can gorge yourself on all the sushi rolls your stomach can handle. Champa in downtown Asheville is offering the deal and their sushi chefs are pros. The total cost for this special is $25.  If sushi isn't your thing, then you can enjoy a large selection of Asian cuisine. But really... how can you

Now Open: Isa's Bistro

Enjoy a Sneak Peek of Asheville's Newest Restaurant. A popular downtown corner is now home to a brand new restaurant. Isa's Bistro opens its doors today, May 13, and is located on the corner of Haywood St. and Battery Park Avenue. The spot was formerly home to another restaurant, Solace, and prior to that it was The Flying Frog. Chef Duane Fernandes heads up the culinary team and most recently, he

Farm Burger Asheville

Farm Burger Asheville

Asheville Foodspotting: Burgers and Bocce. Carnivores looking to sink their teeth into an incredible burger should venture to downtown Asheville's newest restaurant, Farm Burger . Originally from the Atlanta area, this burger businesses is serious about using fresh, locally sourced ingredients, and proudly display the farms they support on the wall. Proving that they are more than the average

Seven Sows Now Open

Seven Sows Now Open

Asheville Foodspotting: Seven Sows Bourbon & Larder. Three varieties of country ham, root veggies and bread points served with spicy mustard and house-made dressing. New to Asheville's downtown dining scene is Seven Sows Bourbon & Larder . The description on their Twitter account says it all.  "Real straight bourbon. Real Southern food. No gimmicks. No pop culture. No

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