We are open for Dinner and a Concert on a limited basis, Thursday through Sunday. We will be maintaining social distancing and taking safety precautions to create as safe and comfortable environment as possible. We look forward to presenting live music in a dinner and a concert format. We hope to see many of you there. Concerts are by Dinner Reservations only. It is highly recommended that you call in advance for tickets and reservations.
Kitchen 743 & Isis Music Hall is a family owned and operated restaurant and music hall. Where you can enjoy a great meal, a great meal and music, or just catch a show!
This process of creating Isis has been, and continues to be, an interesting and memorable experience. Throughout this process, folks have asked a number of times for us to describe what exactly Isis is. We each answer this a little differently, but in the end we expect the food and music to a be a reflection of that which we, our friends, and family enjoy. All the while, our ultimate goal being to create a space that inspires conversation, camaraderie, energy, and has great food and seriously good music. It is, and will continue to be, “a work in progress.”
We hope you will come join us for dinner, a concert, or a cocktail. We look forward to seeing you.
Isis has a large outdoor dining patio that features free live music several nights a week . Our patio is partially covered and faces an open green space where patrons can enjoy the grass and a beverage.
Our dining room is a very live space with lots of natural light and a long bar where you can also enjoy dinner. Large windows face Haywood Road in front and the patio for a nice open view of West Asheville.
Our kitchen staff is responsible for creating dishes using seasonal products and utilizing local produce whenever possible. You can grab a $12 locally sourced burger or enjoy a petite tender steak. Our menu works for most any mood you're in.
Our staff is professional, enthusiastic, and shares the vision for the venue. We are very fortunate to have attracted folks that wanted to be a part of what we've envisioned Isis to be.