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.Biltmore Park Restaurants | Asheville, NC’s Official Travel Site

 

Vegan and gluten-free options available. Ingredients are sourced locally and classic American recipes are made from scratch daily. Transport your senses to faraway lands with authentic made-from-scratch Mediterranean and Middle Eastern dishes. On Friday and Saturday nights, enjoy belly dancing and live music. Lunch and dinner every day.

Inspired by a shared seafood heritage from Maine to New Orleans, this oyster house offers a wide range of dishes, with a focus on specialty oysters and the freshest seafood products from the Eastern Coast. Also enjoy cold beer, and cocktails! Plenty of space to spread out with dining area, bar, and fully covered patio. They offer gluten-free options and the entire menu is free of chemicals and preservatives. Try the chicken shawarma and bring home some Gozleme flatbread! Located in the heart of Downtown Asheville, Chestnut offers a unique take on hand-crafted food and cocktails.

The palette is best described as Southern American with a variety of ethnic twists. The menu changes monthly and features a wide range of local and seasonal produce and proteins. Open 7 days a week for dinner only starting at 5 PM. To make a reservation, visit the website or call This small town high in the mountains has become a culinary hot spot. Located inside the historic Orchard Inn , their farm-to-table prix-fixe menu changes weekly, with much of the produce from their organic garden.

Enjoy views of the Blue Ridge Mountains and extensive wine list. Make reservations in advance for this special dining experience. This premiere craft cocktail bar is a great place eat, drink and be social. Find original cocktails, fine wines, local brews and creative food with local ingredients in a contemporary space that is stylish and intimate.

The rooftop patio is just the spot to unwind and elevate your spirit. Enjoy a casual lunch, romantic dinner or big Sunday Brunch buffets, including holidays. Only five minutes from Hendersonville and 30 minutes from Asheville. Located in downtown Asheville, this eatery serves modern soul food inspired by Appalachian ingredients. Brunch on Sundays. A local’s favorite in Asheville since , featuring area farmers from day one. Southern dishes are served in a friendly diner vibe.

Breakfast all day. They touch on many of the cuisines found throughout this country. Great patio! To make a reservation, click on their website or call The original home of Green Man Brewing, the pub specializes in hand-crafted English ales and weekly traditional jam sessions in a charming old world atmosphere.

Open until 1 AM weekdays, 2 AM weekends. Dine lakeside at Rumbling Bald on Lake Lure by their private beach. Arrive by boat or car. Casual dining includes their favorites, hand-made pizzas and house-ground burgers.

At the bar, sip craft beers while watching the game or playing billiards. Come early to enjoy the patio views. A world-class favorite located on charming Wall Street. Chef William Dissen’s inventive menu features seasonal and organic ingredients from area farms, plus an extensive wine list. Live music every Thursday, Friday and Saturday in the bar and lounge.

Reservations recommended. Find a warm, cozy atmosphere where the food and service will delight your senses. Enjoy handcrafted cocktails, ample wine offerings, a selection of local draft beer, an extensive rhum list, and of course, delicious food prepared by Chef Owen McGlynn. Free parking in their private lot downtown. World-class complex for horse sport competitions has a variety of restaurants open to the public, including Roger’s 50s Diner, Legends Grille above the arena, Blue Ginger Sushi, Campagna Italian and more!

Visit Wed-Sun in April-November to watch horses. Top Sunday brunch spot. Award-winning Executive Chef Tom LaFauci specializes in handmade pasta and smoked meats putting his Italian-American touch on a wide range of crowd-pleasing entrees. The full bar includes regional beers on tap, craft cocktails, and wines. Their patio is dog-friendly and open year-round and includes a Doggie Menu so your pup can enjoy a meal out with you!

With a prime corner location in the beautiful Grove Arcade in downtown Asheville, find superior local and organic produce and meats for a bounty of fresh flavors with contemporary style.

Lunch features soups, salads, hand-tossed pizzas and burgers. Dinner offerings range from mussels and calamari to locally sourced steaks and pork, along with signature cocktails and local brews.

Prime outdoor dining patio. Features contemporary southern cuisine utilizing fresh, local ingredients to create inspired comfort food with bold flavors. These handcrafted meals are served Wed – Sat for dinner and Sunday for brunch.

Enjoy both indoor and outdoor seating, as well as a cocktail at the bar. Take in the sights and mountain views with a picnic basket from The Rhu in downtown. Picnics include house-baked breads and pastries, local cheese and meats, and salads made from fresh, local produce. Many choices! Order in advance for quick pick-up. This favorite downtown Italian restaurant is filled with the aromas of house baked artisan bread and mouth watering cuisine. Focuses on fresh ingredients, biodynamic and organically-produced wine selections.

Offers traditional recipes from Italy, featuring hand-tossed pizzas, savory pastas, housemade desserts, gluten-free and vegetarian options. Enjoy lunch or dinner in the shadows of Chimney Rock. Carefully crafted dishes feature many local ingredients and the freshest seafood possible.

For the ultimate romantic surprise, ask about reserving the chef’s private table. Patio seating has cliff views. Exceptional wine list. Open Tuesday-Saturday. Enjoy an elegant dinner or Sunday brunch at this secluded mountaintop, luxury lodge at 5, feet elevation in the Great Smoky Mountains.

Sunday brunch buffet has two carving stations and home-made desserts. Lunch picnics too! Reservations required. Open late April through early November.

See our list of Asheville restaurants by category including a variety cuisines like southern comfort food, BBQ, Mexican, Italian, Thai, Ramen, global fusions and more. Also find food trucks, best burgers, pizza, vegan, coffee houses, gluten-free and top places to eat by location!

In the heart of Asheville in Pack Square is this comfortable place for friends, families and strangers to simply lean in and enjoy each other’s company. So, how do you choose? As Asheville locals, we are sharing our favorite Asheville, NC restaurants. And yes, of course, this list will be highly contentious and also not include every restaurant in Asheville. This post may contain affiliate links that earn us a commission at no extra cost to you. We are also including restaurants in Asheville that we love for dine-in and takeout.

One of the Asheville restaurants we live for, Plant is everything. Plant is food. We are not vegan, but Plant is truly for everyone. Hands down one of the best vegan restaurants in Asheville , we are obsessed with their cheese plate and desserts.

Dishes change seasonally and are mostly organic and gluten-free. Beets, curries, veggie lasagna… Need we say more? Plant does not have an online reservation system, and sometimes, it may be hard to get through. Plus, North Asheville has amazing restaurants and stays just a tad quieter than downtown.

Plant has its own parking lot — a bonus in this tight city. One of the newer Thai food restaurants in Asheville , Thai Pearl is gorgeously decorated and delicious. Thai Pearl is also a great choice if you are looking for more gluten-free options.

If you follow us elsewhere, you know that Tom has Celiac Disease — so gluten-free is extremely important to us. Sitting between two famous West Asheville restaurants , Nine Mile and Jargon, choose from curries, rice, stir-fry dishes, soups, and Thai salads. Thai Pearl also serves fresh oysters. Now, we frequent Thai Pearl as much as we can. Not only did we meet Chef May and learn how much she gives back to the community, but we tried her most popular Thai dishes.

Tom devours the Pad Thai and Thai Basil. This is definitely our new favorite go-to Asheville Thai restaurant. See what restaurants are new in Asheville in For one of the best new Japanese restaurants in Asheville , Ukiah is sure to wow you. Located on Biltmore Ave. Think meat skewers, shrimp cocktail, ramen, and raw sushi-grade fish. This is an Asheville restaurant to treat yourself. They can accommodate dietary restrictions. Inside, the bar is gorgeously decorated, and the rest of the restaurant will transport you out of the city.

Make reservations and bring an extra sweater in the fall and winter, especially if you wish to enjoy their outdoor patio with the beautiful stone fireplace. Limones is by far one of the most romantic restaurants in Asheville. This is also our top pick for ambiance. Plus, any place with two enchanting window seats is a bonus for us.

Find candle chandeliers glowing throughout this historic building decorated with mirrors and abstract art. With two smaller rooms and a bar, enjoy intimate conversations. His food is simple yet divine. To start, order tapas with their famous margaritas; you may have trouble choosing from their extensive list. For tapas, we enjoy the fresh and innovative ceviche but they also have lobster nachos….

Limones has a great cocktail list, Spanish dessert wines, and Mexican coffee. We could sit here all night. Personally, we appreciate that Limones sits on a quiet downtown side street. You will want to make advanced reservations. We could never pick out one or two of the best BBQ restaurants in Asheville. North Carolina is famous for its BBQ. Their North Asheville location is always jumping, and they offer indoor and outdoor seating.

This location also has a parking lot. You cannot go wrong with their BBQ and hearty sides. You cannot beat those sunset views over the mountains. They serve lighter fare including sandwiches and salads and are cheaper than their other restaurant, Sunset Terrace. Even though the bars are not quite situated on an actual rooftop, we consider The Omni Grove Park Inn as housing the best rooftop restaurants in Asheville, NC.

Sunset Terrace is a stellar high-end Asheville restaurant. We daintily annihilate their scallops and steak. Please just remember that the Grove Park Inn is a luxury resort hotel.

Most of the year, parking is free for the first few hours in their lots and Vanderbilt parking garage. For the holidays, you will have to pay a hefty self-park or valet fee. Fair warning, too: you will have trouble deciding what to eat here. You will most likely over-order and want to eat it all. We always have leftovers. Gypsy Queen, along with Plant and Laughing Seed, is also one of the best Asheville restaurants for both vegan and gluten-free food.

For Mezze, order grape leaves, hummus, and a mixture of fried Brussels sprouts and cauliflower. For entrees, choose from rice bowls, gyros, platters, and wraps. We recommend dining at Gyspy Queen for lunch. Order at the counter and grab a seat — inside or out.

Gypsy Queen is located near Green Tea Sushi, just on the outskirts of downtown Asheville over the bridge that passes by the Asheville silo. We promise: the food is delicious and the staff is incredibly accommodating and friendly. Find plenty of parking. Nine Mile is a vegetarian-friendly restaurant with Caribbean-inspired pasta and rice dishes.

For Asheville restaurants, Nine Mile has one of the largest menu keys for gluten-free, vegetarian, vegan, nuts, dairy-free, and honey. Nine Mile does not take reservations, and they will grow extremely busy no matter what time you arrive.

With some luck, you might catch them at the right time, and we promise: the wait is worth it. Nine Mile runs on the spicier side, but they can accommodate dishes. Their pasta and seafood are delicious. Nine Mile also only serves wine and beer.

Montford is also one of the most unique Asheville neighborhoods for architecture, Riverside Cemetery , and Shakespeare in the Park. One of the first fancier restaurants in downtown Asheville that we ate at before moving to AVL , Posana is always jumping. Unique to Asheville, Posana has a dedicated gluten-free kitchen. This is perfect for our Celiac husband. Almost all of their menu is gluten-free with the exception of a few labeled cocktails and drinks those bitters, man. Posana is the absolute best restaurant in Asheville for celebrations.

They serve local and contemporary American cuisine. Think gluten-free desserts, appetizers, and meaty entrees. The executive chef and co-owner graduated from The Culinary Institute of America. Posana has a large patio and looks out over Pack Square, which is full of interesting happenings.

This is Asheville, after all. Recently, the owners also started nearby District 42 , a lounge, and Bargello , casual fine dining at Kimpton Hotel Arras.

If you are looking for one of the best restaurants in downtown Asheville serving up French comfort food, head to Bouchon.

One of our newsletter subscribers mentioned that she reserves dinner at Bouchon for every single one of her Asheville visits. We can see why. One of the coziest fine dining Asheville restaurants , sit inside their intimate, warm, and dimly lit space or enjoy the outdoor patio. Bouchon has some of the strongest and most delicious cocktails in town, and of course, you have to order classy French wine with dinner.

Here at Uncorked Asheville, we always get asked for the best Asheville restaurants near or at breweries. Although Wicked Weed is indeed a tourist spot, you still have to go here. One of the absolute best restaurants for breakfast in West Asheville, Sunny Point Cafe is both a visitor and local favorite. The weekends will see lines around West Asheville, and the weekdays tend to be just as busy.

Sunny Point posts wait times near where you order. Sunny Point Cafe serves all three meals on most days, but we especially love them for breakfast and lunch. Choose from Southern classics like chicken and waffles, fried green tomatoes, and shrimp and grits.

Sunny Point Cafe also has French toast, hotcakes, avocado toast, candied bacon, and breakfast burritos. They offer gluten-free bread and vegan options and serve up large portions with local libations. West AVL is also known for its shops, bars, vibrant murals , and shopping scene. Be sure to read our complete West Asheville guide before going.

The northern part of the city houses many of the best restaurants in Asheville, NC, and Taco Temple proves it. They feature the most delicious tacos around. Taco Temple is your go-to for milled corn tortillas, tortas, and tamales — with gluten-free and vegan options. Devour overflowing tacos; we suggest ordering at least 2 per person.

You know you want the chips and guacamole too. They even serve margaritas and cocktails. Order at the small window first. If you are looking for the most local and budget-friendly places to eat in Asheville, Taco Temple is it. One of the best seafood restaurants in Asheville, choose from oysters, shrimp cocktail, mussels, and clams. Find twists on classic drinks. We highly suggest making advanced reservations here. We enjoy sitting outside on the covered patio.

Our favorite mix-ins with tuna and salmon proteins include carrots, mango, roe, cucumber, avocado, seaweed salad, fried garlic, and scallion. Yum Sushi is also one of the fastest places to eat in Asheville on this list and makes for great takeout.

Green Tea Sushi is another one of the best sushi restaurants in Asheville. Glass Onion is a classy but still more casual Asheville fine dining option. We highly suggest making reservations, especially for an evening out. Glass Onion is incredibly accomodating to food intolerance and allergies. They have a plethora of GF options, too.

Weaverville is a great option to beat the bustle of downtown Asheville. Head to Twisted Laurel for cocktails after dinner or WagBar for craft beer with the pooches. Instead of Weaverville, you could also drive minutes east of Asheville to some of our favorite Black Mountain restaurants. Black Mountain has breweries, a meadery, and a distillery.

One of our favorite Asheville Indian restaurants , Mela offers large portions of North and South Indian-inspired cuisine. You can find vegan and gluten-free options, too. We tend to order takeout from Mela. A second fabulous Indian and Pakistani Asheville takeout option, we devour Biryani Express their menu is listed on the takeout apps like Takeout Central.

One of our all-time favorite Asian fusion restaurants in Asheville, Red Ginger Dimsum and Tapas is home to dumplings and sushi. Choose from fried rice, every type of delicious dumpling, Asian pancakes, bento boxes, summer rolls, and vegan, vegetarian, and gluten-free options. You will want to order plates per person and because they are Asian tapas, you may also share across the table.

For downtown Asheville restaurants, Red Ginger is at the heart of it all. We usually park behind this area in the Coxe Ave. Tired of generic Asheville travel itineraries? Experience Asheville like a local with our free Asheville Favorites checklist, including restaurants, breweries, and hiking. Plus, get local updates — including events and hidden gems — straight to your inbox.

 
 

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