Asheville Restaurants

Because of the large number of visitors to Asheville and the many upscale retirees who've moved here, the city has a dining scene that's much more vibrant and varied than its size would suggest. You'll find everything from Greek to Vietnamese, Nepalese to Southern soul food, and barbecue to sushi. Asheville has more vegetarian restaurants per capita than any other city, and there are local coffeehouses on many corners. Most of the city's many craft breweries also serve food.

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  • 1. Button and Co. Bagels

    $ | Downtown | Bakery

    Button and Co. makes New York–style boiled and baked bagels, with local twists such as combining Carolina spring wheat with traditional northern...Read More

  • 2. Jargon

    $$$ | Metro West | Eclectic

    Enter this new hipster bistro in a historic building in a trendy part of West Asheville, and you'll be taken by the charm of the restoration...Read More

  • 3. Benne on Eagle

    $$$$ | Downtown | American

    James Beard Award finalist John Fleer's newest venture is an upmarket Southern soul food restaurant in the Foundry Hotel, combining traditional...Read More

  • 4. Ghan Shan Station

    $ | Metro North | Asian

    Inspired by the food of Southeast Asia, China, and Japan, Ghan Shan Station has an eclectic and inventive selection of fusion dishes, including...Read More

  • 5. Vivian

    $$$$ | River Arts District | Contemporary

    At this small, 35-seat restaurant in the RAD, the emphasis is less on the atmosphere than on the cooking, which blends French techniques with...Read More

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