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Asheville Food & Drink

Asheville is home to an incredible collection of restaurants, breweries, farmers markets and more. Known as a top destination for "foodies" across the country Asheville restaurants combine international styles with locally sourced ingredients.

Asheville Restaurants

Here are a few of our favorite places to eat in Asheville:

Cúrate – Bar De Tapas
13 Biltmore Avenue
Cúrate will transport you to historic Spain with their amazing menu that features fantastic cold and hot "tapas," sandwiches, grilled meats and more.

12 Bones Smokehouse
5 Foundy Street, Suite 10
Homemade, delicious BBQ – smoked meats smoked over select hardwoods. Simple ingredients combine with new recipes that continue to raise the bar for southern BBQ.

Strada Italiano
27 Broadway
Asheville, NC

Enjoy gourmet Italian cuisine in a romantic setting in downtown Asheville. Strada offers all of the classic menu items you would expect from a world-class Italian restaurant, plus an amazing wine list.

Asheville Breweries

Highland Brewing

12 Old Charlotte Hwy

Independent and family-owned since 1994, Highland Brewing dubs itself "Asheville's original brewery." With 9 annual brews, plus a diverse collection of seasonal and specialty offerings, this Asheville favorite has something for everyone.

New Belgium Brewing

21 Craven Street

Now a national brand, New Belgium Brewing has only two locations - Asheville, NC, and Fort Collins, CO. This wildly popular Asheville brewery has dozens of offerings plus a rotating weekly schedule of food trucks.

Burial Beer Co.

40 Collier Avenue

Burial Beer, and their taproom in South Slope District of Asheville, burst onto the scene in 2013 and has quickly become one of the most popular choices for local beer enthusiasts. This quirky, rustic brewery is a great place to spend an afternoon.