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Asheville's Restaurant Week 2016

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Asheville Restaurant Week

It is almost here, Asheville's restaurant week. A culinary spectacle to celebrate food, conversation, and this foodie towns talented chefs. Asheville's earned a designation as one of the top ten food and wine destinations in the United States, and for good reason. Many restaurants our committed to farm-to-table dining, using fresh, locally sourced ingredients.

 

Restaurant week is exciting. January 19-28, it is a time to embrace Asheville's dining options at participating restaurants offering affordable menus for lunch and/or dinner.  Prices offered during restaurant week are designated by location, however will be one of the following:

 

Lunch: $15 two-course meal for one person.

Dinner: $30 three-course meal for one person.

Dinner: $30 two-course meal for two or

Dinner: $20 two-course meal for two

 

Reservations can be made at many of the participating restaurants, and a full menu will also be available at regular prices. It is a great week for a date night or friends/family outing in Asheville to enjoy some great food. 

 

Participating restaurants include: 

131 Main 

Ambrozia Bar and Bistro

The Blackbird Restaurant

Blue Dream Curry House

Buffalo Nickel

The Bull & Beggar 

Buxton Hall 

Carmel's Kitchen & Bar

Chai Pani

Chestnut

Chop House Asheville Downtown

Chorizo Latin Fare

Copper Crown

Cucina 24

Corner Kitchen

Curate

Fatz Cafe

French Broad Chocolates

The Junction 

Lexington Avenue Brewery

The Lobster Trap

The Market Place Restaurant & Lounge

Modesto Trattoria

Nightbell

Posana Cade

Red Stage Grill

Rhubarb

Roux

Ruth's Chris Steak House

Storm Rhum Bar & Bistro

Strada

Table 

Twisted Laurel

Wild Wing Cafe

Zambra

 

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