Asheville restaurants are some of the best independently owned dining establishments in the East. The eclectic culture of Asheville, and the variety of guests who visit from far and wide, have encouraged culinary talent from all over the world to bring their expertise to our city. Below is a list of some of our "guests' best" recommendations. All of the downtown restaurants are within a mile of our B&B. When you stay with us, you begin the day with the best breakfast in town!
Downtown Asheville Restaurants
Bouchon – A warm atmosphere serving "French Comfort food" The Marketplace – An Asheville original with fresh local ingredients...one of the best! Curate – Vibrant traditional Spanish tapas bar with acclaimed Chef Katie Button Tupelo Honey Cafe – Creative southern comfort fare Chestnut – Historic location with an American farm-to-table flair Early Girl – Farm-to-table Southern Comfort Food The Laughing Seed – A great vegetarian restaurant with local ingredients and an international flair Limones – Mexican & Californian infused cuisine with local ingredients BlackBird – Features a variety of American cuisine using local ingredients and located on the ground floor of the Aloft Hotel Salsas – Caribbean food with a Mexican flair. Try the Margaritas! Table – A small seasonal new American restaurant Cucina 24 – Features honest interpretations of classic Italian dishes The Lobster Trap – A great seafood restaurant with the freshest imports French Broad Chocolate Lounge – The very best of locally made chocolate delights Posana Cafe -– Small plates and local organic ingredients. Anything gluten free Strada – Italian family recipes with locally sourced ingredients 5 Walnut Wine Bar – A small, friendly wine bar with a limited menu and good music Mela Indian Restaurant – Authentic Indian food, made with local ingredients and served in a warm atmosphere Rhubarb - Contemporary spot on Pack Square for farm-to-table New American fare, plus a weekly family-style dinner Benne on Eagle - Soul food restaurant, Benne on Eagle honors the African-American roots of Appalachian cooking
Biltmore Village Restaurants
The Corner Kitchen – Local ingredients and great chef The Cantina - Handmade Southwestern favorites with a twist of Asheville Biltmore Estate - If you are touring the estate, find a dozen great places to eat at Biltmore by the house and winery