Can’t wait to see the new Haywood Road digs for Oyster House.
Category: Asheville food and drink
You won’t have to wait that long to taste, tough. Noble Cider will be on tap May 25 at The Wedge.
Work to renovate this building near the Haywood Road/I-240 intersection is coming together.
The May 26 Asheville Beer Week event is a dinner pairing food from FIG Bistro with Catawba Valley brews. Yum.
Hannah Raskin decided to leave after the Seattle Weekly did away with its “food critic” job to create a “food and drink editor” position.
Tupelo Honey, one of Asheville’s favorite restaurants, continues to grow its empire.
Asheville’s newest restaurant will bring life back to the corner of Haywood Street and Battery Park Avenue.
John Swann and Jonathon Flaum are the speakers. The WNC Alliance hosts the event at Mojo Coworking.
Decorated Chef John Fleer plans to open in the former Bistro 1896 space on Pack Square.
Will the Asheville dynasty continue?
Asheville takes serious pride in the local craft, the story notes.
One bill would allow retailers like grocery stores fill growlers; the other would allow people to sell beer in stands at professional sports events such as minor league baseball games.
Liquors from an “ice cave” are served at between minus 5 and plus 5 degrees Farenheit, and a rail of dry frost runs the length of the Arden bar.
Biscuit Head is set to open May 15. The new food truck will start serving on May 14 on Sweeten Creek Road.
Tickets to this inaugural event cost $75 and benefit Pints for Prostates campaign.
The de-construction of buildings on the site will continue through the end of May.
The owners of the hugely popular Curate have their eyes set on something new.
Asheville food truck Sabor was in the spotlight.
The Brevard Lumber Yard, which has already landed a second location for a big Asheville art gallery, will soon have a new music venue.
Black Mountain Ciderworks, Urban Orchard Cider Company and Noble Cider are on the way.
The new restaurant should be open in late May.
A meeting on April 4 may increase the number of food trucks in downtown.