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Dec 18th, 2017, 11:51 AM
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Your favorite restaurants, etc., in Asheville NC

I'll be stopping in Asheville for about 24 hours. Looking for restaurant recs. All cuisines and prices are in play.

Also, any local attractions -- other than the Biltmore Estate-- you'd recommend?

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Dec 18th, 2017, 06:05 PM
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Curate - wonderful Spanish tapas, Limones - upscale Mexican (absolutely delicious)
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Dec 19th, 2017, 04:05 AM
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We enjoyed Cucina24 but it gets mixed reviews.
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Dec 19th, 2017, 05:21 AM
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Among the better restaurants in Asheville are: The Admiral, Posana, Chestnut, The Market Place, Cucina 24, Bouchon, Limones, Isa's, Bull and Beggar, Curate, Nightbell, Rhubarb, Jargon, Sovereign Remedies, All Souls Pizza, Nine Mile, Taco Billy, Pizza Mind, White Lab -- tough choice with only 24 hours. All depends on what you feel like. AVL is a foodie town.

For coffee and pastries: Karen Donatelli or OWL. Donuts: The Hole. Ice cream: The Hop. For tea: Dobra.

Then of course there are breweries - lots of them all through town.

Another activity is music: Isis, Orange Peel, Grey Eagle, Jack of the Woods, lots of others - just depends on your taste. Checkout Mountain Express for what is happening while your here. https://mountainx.com/
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Dec 19th, 2017, 06:48 AM
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Tupelo Honey.
Wander into the Mast General Store.
If you are driving home, pick up a case of the wine buyer's selections from the Asheville Wine Market. I detour to Asheville when my stock is low.
Be sure to visit the Grove Park Inn and at least have a cocktail in front of the giant fireplace. Eat on the Sunset Terrace if it's warm enough. There are neat shops next door in the Grove.
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Dec 20th, 2017, 08:36 AM
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Thanks, all. Someone mentioned to me a place that has a fabulous brunch that might have the word "Garden" in it. Ring a bell?
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