Weaverville Art Safari Spring Studio Tour April 28, 29, 30 2017
What’s for lunch/supper in Asheville? Something good!
77-A Biltmore Ave
Mamacita’s serves up fresh, made from scratch Mexican cuisine in a casual, convenient downtown Asheville location. Mamacita’s is a locally owned, independent restaurant. Mama won’t let you go hungry!
12 College St
Tupelo Honey is a revival of Southern food and traditions rooted in the Carolina Mountains we call home. We craft brunches, lunches and suppers that bring family and friends around the table and allow for conversations and cocktails to linger longer than usual.
Buxton Hall BBQ
32 Banks Ave
Buxton Hall BBQ
Buxton Hall Barbecue smokes its hogs Eastern NC style, low and slow for 18 hours over hardwood coals, infused with vinegar mop, a Moss family recipe.
Laughing Seed Cafe
40 Wall Street
Laughing Seed Cafe
Asheville’s original downtown vegetarian restaurant. We’ve provided the finest organic, local, and farm-to-table vegetarian cuisine with an international flair for twenty years and counting.
20 S. Spruce St
Pack’s Tavern offers outstanding service, the best drinks in town, and a large eclectic menu of over 60 items; everything from signature salads to specialty burgers, from wonderful appetizers to wood-fired pizza and grinders in a friendly, hospitable atmosphere. All to be enjoyed in the middle of the hustle and bustle of Asheville’s newly renovated Pack Square Park.
1 Biltmore Ave
Posana is a contemporary American restaurant in the heart of downtown Asheville on Historic Pack Square. With a focus on serving local, seasonable and sustainable cuisine, Posana sources unprocessed, premium ingredients from nearly 65 different local purveyors & farmers and our gardens in West Asheville. The menu changes regularly and seeks to accommodate a variety of diners’ needs. The restaurant’s warm welcoming main dining room is ideal for a weeknight dinner, weekend brunch, or a special occasion celebration. We can’t wait to serve you.
501 Merrimon Ave
Grandma Lue. She’s not only the namesake of our little slice of BBQ heaven, but she is owner and pit boss Jeff Miller’s grandmother. She has handed down many a recipe in her day, and love is always the main ingredient … love and a handful of other super-secret goodies we’re not allowed to mention. It’s in her kitchen that we learned how truly great food is made. And she’s the reason why every dish we create is a scratch-made labor of love from start to finish. So be sure and tell your tongue and tummy to thank Grandma Lue.
48 College St
Table is a small, seasonal, New American restaurant in the heart of downtown Asheville. Always inventive and at times whimsical, chef Jacob Sessoms’ daily changing menu is inspired by a wealth of American culinary traditions, paying particular homage to the South.
70 N Lexington Ave.
From the plains of Punjab to the Malabar coast, the techniques, spices, seasonings and natural ingredients of Indian cooking have been refined over thousands of years, resulting in a cuisine unlike any other. Mela Indian Restaurant offers authentic North and South Indian dishes as diverse and vibrant as the peoples and regions of India. – Anoop Krishnan, owner
24 Wall St
Our kitchen is focused on melding the traditions and philosophies of Italian cookery with ingredients found in the mountains of the American South. We work closely with a number of area farms and our menus reflect the produce that they bring to us.
35 Patton Ave
The Lobster Trap is all about seafood. Don’t look for chicken here. This is where fresh seafood is thoughtfully prepared in ways that honor its delicate flavors and textures. This is where fun, food and hospitality abound and where the oysters are always fresh. So come join Mike and Amy in a celebration of seafood. Raise a glass, crack a claw, shuck a shell, and lift a fork to the best that our domestic oceans, rivers and lakes have to offer.
7 SW Pack Square
Chef Fleer transforms local ingredients into world-class dishes. The unique “foothills cuisine”
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