Asheville Restaurant Week

Asheville Restaurant Week

January 17-26, 2017
What a great time to try some new restaurants or revisit favorites and get the lowest prices of the year, with a prix fix menu at $15-$35/person. With dozens of choices, there's something for all appetites! And Asheville has touted by many as one of the top ten food and wine destinations in the United States. It's presented by the Asheville Area Chamber of Commerce.

During this week, participating restaurants will offer these options at a great price (taxes and gratuity not included):

  • Lunch: $15 two-course meal for one person.
  • Dinner: $35 three-course meal for one person.
  • Dinner: $30 two-course meal for two

They will also offer their full menu at regular prices. If the restaurant takes reservations, they are strongly recommended.

Need more ideas of things to do in the quiet winter months in Asheville and the North Carolina mountains? See our Top Winter Outings and Events.

Asheville Restaurant Week

Marketplace
The Market Place
A world-class favorite located on charming Wall Street. Chef William Dissen's inventive menu features seasonal and organic ingredients from area farms, plus an extensive wine list. Recommended by The Food Network, USA Today, The New York Times, Southern Living and more. Live music every Thursday, Friday and Saturday in the bar and lounge. Reservations recommended. 20 Wall Street. 
Rhubarb Restaurant
Rhubarb
In the heart of Asheville in Pack Square is this comfortable place for friends, families and strangers to simply lean in and enjoy each other's company. A place where food and drink is at its uncomplicated best. Chef John Fleer's menu is inspired by seasonal, local ingredients and pays homage to the bounty of regional and American cooking. A wood-fired oven and grill complement the rustic creations. 7 Pack Square. 
Salvage Station Restaurant
Salvage Station
Just a mile from downtown Asheville is a new riverfront complex on the French Broad with restaurant and concert/event venue with great indoor and outdoor spaces. The menu includes sandwiches and some hearty meat-and-three selections. Full bar. Dinner Tuesday-Sunday, plus lunch Friday-Sunday. Live music and concerts many nights. 468 Riverside Drive. 
Blackbird Restaurant
The Blackbird
Cooking grounded in the traditions and ingredients of the Carolinas create an affordable and vibrant menu. Modern Southern with a “nod” to tradition, offers seasonal farm-to-table menus, fresh catches from the coast of the Carolinas, as well as the many microbrews and wines. 47 Biltmore Avenue, downtown. 
Buffalo Nickel
Buffalo Nickel
Recently featured on UNC-TV and located in the heart of West Asheville, they focus on using the freshest local ingredients. Unwind in a relaxed atmosphere in the dining room with 18 vintage chandeliers. Upstairs, find an open beam ceiling and brick walls where you can enjoy a craft cocktail at the copper bar. Play a game of pool or foosball in the adjoining rumpus room. 747 Haywood Road
Strada Italian
Strada Italiano
This favorite downtown Italian restaurant is filled with the aromas of fresh baked artisan bread and mouth watering cuisine. Focuses on local ingredients, biodynamic and organically-produced wine selections. Offers traditional recipes from Italy, featuring hand-tossed pizzas, savory pastas, housemade desserts, gluten-free and vegetarian options. 27 Broadway. 
Red Stag Grill
Red Stag Grill
Located inside the Grand Bohemian Hotel in Biltmore Village with contemporary food, an extensive wine-by-the-glass menu and a lively bar within a casual setting. The beautiful dining room features hand-hewn beams, distressed oak floors, handmade wooden tables, an intimate bar and cozy booths. Traditionally-prepared European comfort food is updated with local ingredients. 11 Boston Way. 
Roux
Roux
Roux fuses southern comfort with modern sophistication. Dishes are inspired by the chef’s grandmother’s kitchen, then spiced with locally farmed ingredients. Located in the Hilton Asheville in Biltmore Park, serving breakfast, lunch, dinner and weekend brunch. 43 Town Square Blvd, Asheville. 
Storm Rhum Bar
STORM Rhum Bar & Bistro
Find a warm, cozy atmosphere where the food and service will delight your senses. Enjoy handcrafted cocktails, ample wine offerings, a selection of local draft beer, an extensive rhum list, and of course, delicious food prepared by Chef Owen McGlynn. Free parking in their private lot downtown. 125 South Lexington Avenue. 
Isa's Bistro
Isa's Bistro
Executive Chef Duane Fernandes brings culinary finesse to the table, preparing innovative, seasonally-inspired New American cuisine. Located downtown, the covered sidewalk patio is great for outdoor dining. Friendly bar. Private dining in The Cellar for groups of 12-120. Complimentary valet parking. 1 Battery Park Avenue (at Haywood). 
Twisted Laurel
Twisted Laurel Eatery and Lounge
Enjoy fresh Italian and Greek dishes with an American twist. Their downtown Asheville location (130 College Street) has dog-friendly outdoor dining and an upstairs bar with music. Also find them in artsy Weaverville at 10-A South Main Street.
Asheville Restaurant Passport
Asheville Restaurant Passport
The AIR Passport 2017 is your buy-one-get-one (BOGO) ticket to 37 highly acclaimed independent local restaurants in Asheville, up to $15/visit, throughout the year.
Rate: $60

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