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Spanish
Downtown Asheville
5 reviews
Whether taking up permanent residence in the Blue Ridge Mountains, or passing through - Cúrate can not be missed. — Afar Magazine
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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
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Mexican
Downtown Asheville
4 reviews
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Cafe
4 reviews
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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
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Cafe
2 reviews
At one of Asheville's most popular restaurants, the menu changes regularly, and many dishes are locally sourced, with entrées such as pecan-crusted trout with sweet potatoes. — Fodor's
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American
2 reviews
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Cafe
3 reviews
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Mediterranean
Downtown Asheville
2 reviews
The voluptuous Moorish colors, dim lighting, a cavelike atmosphere, and live jazz are all appealing. — Fodor's
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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
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Vegan and Vegetarian
3 reviews
The house-made sauerkraut is a true stunner, the beet hummous truly legendary and all the veggies are organic, super fresh and of course, local. — Afar Magazine
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American
4 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
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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
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Italian
2 reviews
Organic, heirloom raw materials lead to standout pizzas at this River Arts District spot. — Gayot
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Food Trucks
2 reviews
A French-style bistro, Bouchon ("cork" in French) serves simple French comfort food such as escargot in garlic butter, steak frites, bouillabaise, and a version of chicken cordon bleu. — Fodor's
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American
Downtown Asheville
3 reviews
Table is Asheville's original farm-to-table restaurant, serving unfussy composed plates built around the abundance of local produce and meats — Tasting Table
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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
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Cafe
Downtown Asheville
2 reviews
Why chase food trucks when you can have coffee and pastries in a red 1963 Lodekka-model double-decker bus from Bristol, England, or out on the adjacent patio. — Fodor's
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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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Vegan and Vegetarian
Downtown Asheville
2 reviews
Named after an early-maturing tomato variety, Early Girl Eatery is casually Southern, with a cheerfully natural twist. — Fodor's
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