Asheville

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Cúrate
9
$$
Spanish
Downtown Asheville
5 reviews
Rock a few plates of tapas and don't forget to pull back an Eclipse de Luna - a moonshine-based cocktail - and a few slices of jamon iberico — Afar Magazine
The Admiral
8
$$
American
4 reviews
A dive bar (there's even a neon-sign reading "dive" in one corner) with an unexpectedly inventive menu, the Admiral has morphed into a destination restaurant over the years. — Frommer's
Chai Pani
8
$$
Mexican
Downtown Asheville
4 reviews
Since the food is all based on meals that are whipped up on the street corners of India in minutes, service is super-speedy. — Frommer's
Tupelo Honey
8
$$
Cafe
4 reviews
Hello, darlin'! This is the place for down-home Southern cooking with an uptown twist. — Fodor's
12 Bones Smokehouse River
8
$$
American
2 reviews
What it does have is the smokiest baby-back ribs you've ever tasted (a full rack of 12 with sides is around $21), pulled pork, turkey, beef brisket, chicken BBQ plates, and delicious sides. — Fodor's
Rhubarb
8
$$
American
2 reviews
Rhubarb brings a dose of creative cuisine and local sourcing to a prime location. At dinner, for starters think about the kale chips, local cheeses plate, rabbit-leek rillettes, or a lobster corn dog. — Fodor's
The Corner Kitchen
8
$$
Cafe
2 reviews
The Corner Kitchen serves a very affordable breakfast and dinner, and also delivers a delicious a la carte Sunday brunch. — Frommer's
Zambra
8
$$
Mediterranean
Downtown Asheville
2 reviews
The voluptuous Moorish colors, dim lighting, a cavelike atmosphere, and live jazz are all appealing. — Fodor's
Sunny Point Cafe
8
$$
Cafe
3 reviews
Want a great breakfast or brunch? Then make sure to give yourself plenty of time to visit Sunny Point Cafe in West Asheville — Afar Magazine
Laughing Seed Cafe
8
$$
Vegan and Vegetarian
3 reviews
Organic red cabbage, sweet carrots, juicy cherry tomatoes, crisp cucumbers, and fresh sprouts topped with beet pate, an avocado, a side of sauerkraut and lemon-tahini dressing. — Afar Magazine
The Bull & Beggar
7
$$
American
2 reviews
The menu leans old-school French—dishes could include steak tartare with pommes pont neuf, crepinette of suckling pig—while maintaining a playful streak. — Tasting Table
Bouchon
7
$$
Food Trucks
2 reviews
Main courses include French mussels steamed in white wine, shallots, garlic, tomato, and thyme, served with delicious pommes frites. — Frommer's
All Souls Pizza
7
$$
Italian
2 reviews
Organic, heirloom raw materials lead to standout pizzas at this River Arts District spot. — Gayot
White Duck Taco Shop
7
$
American
3 reviews
White Duck Taco stays true to its name with a roast duck taco, but it also has other fusion tacos, including Thai peanut chicken, lamb gyro, Koreaan beef bulgogi, and Vietnamese banh mi tofu. — Fodor's
Table
7
$$$
American
Downtown Asheville
3 reviews
Table is almost fanatically dedicated to local sourcing and the local farm-to-table movement. — Fodor's
Buxton Hall Barbecue
7
$$
American
3 reviews
Buxton Hall serves traditional whole-hog, slow-pit-cooked barbecue in the Eastern North Carolina style, infused with chef Elliott Moss's family vinegar mop recipe. — Fodor's
French Broad Chocolate Lounge
7
$$
Bakeries
2 reviews
Jael and Dan Rattigan started French Broad Chocolates out of their Asheville home before opening this downtown retail space and chocolate factory — Tasting Table
Double D's Coffee & Desserts
7
$
Cafe
Downtown Asheville
2 reviews
In the mountains of North Carolina, you can sip good coffee and munch on great dessert while sitting in a double decker bus, Brit-style — Afar Magazine
Carmel's Restaurant & Bar at The Grove Arcade
7
$$
American
Downtown Asheville
2 reviews
Try this massive Gothic-style building for fancy groceries and produce. — Lonely Planet
Wicked Weed Brewing
7
$$
Breweries
2 reviews
While the downstairs tasting room with more than 20 drafts is certainly reason enough to stop in...the 200-plus-seat restaurant on the main level pumps out some seriously delicious pub grub. — Tasting Table
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