Stories by Jonathan Ammons

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Jonathan Ammons

Jonathan Ammons is an Essayist and Journalist, bartender, musician, Asheville native, and avid traveler. He is the lead food & beverage writer for Mountain Xpress, and a contributor to WNC Magazine, Asheville-Citizen Times, Paste Magazine, Underbelly, and founder of the online journal Dirty Spoon. A professional hedonist, eating, drinking, and stumbling his way through his beloved Southern culture, you can follow his exploits on Twitter and Instagram @jonathanammons.

Isis Restaurant and Music Hall

Asheville Venue Guide: Places to Eat, Drink and Dance

Dinner and dancing are not mutually exclusive in Asheville. Many of our music halls double as a restaurant, or offer ways to nosh before catching a show. If you’re looking for the best all-in-one spots for your night on the town, then check out one of these top-notch venues. Grey Eagle One of the old vanguards of the Asheville venues, the Grey Eagle was a major player in the development of

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Music

Isis Restaurant

Asheville Venue Guide: Asheville’s Iconic Music Venues

There are venues, and then there are iconic music halls – those place where stages have been graced by music legends, or in some cases, help made them legends. In Asheville those places are revamped skating rinks, born again movie theaters, and old warehouses turned into temples to rock and roll. If you’re looking to catch a show while in Asheville, then here are the more iconic venues

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Music

Live Music Mothlight

Asheville Venue Guide: Under the Radar Music Halls

Music can be found everywhere in Asheville, from large music halls to the streets of downtown. Often times the best concerts are performed in rather unexpected places. Neighborhood dive bars, juke joints and local hot spots regularly play host to some of the best up-and-coming artists. Make plans to catch a show at one of these under-the-radar music venues, and get a glimpse of why

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Music

Bright Star debuts on Broadway in 2016

Asheville Gets Broadway Spotlight in Steve Martin’s Bright Star

After retiring and stepping out of the glare of the spotlight, one of the best known standup comedians, Steve Martin, has become a chameleon in the entertainment world. Penning novella’s such as 2000’s Shop Girl -- which was later adapted to film -- tracking banjo based albums with powerhouse guest stars like Dolly Parton and Earl Scruggs, and now, in his latest

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Theater, Arts, Music