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The newly opened Flat Iron Hotel will be home to three dining concepts — and the chefs behind them are bringing their passion to the plate.
From roasters and tastings to where to find nitro cold brew.
The findings from the report will be used to inform new initiatives and guide a 10-year plan for sustaining Buncombe County’s arts and culture.
Here are a handful of happenings on tap for the 13th annual Asheville Beer Week.
Fresh Italian-inspired sandwiches will be the star at the newest concept from Gypsy Queen Cuisine and Simple Cafe owner Suzy Phillips and business partner Dave Campbell.
Eat and Drink
In honor of Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month, the brewery will release a collaborative rice lager.
On the rocks, neat, dirty, frozen, or zero proof — we’re spilling the Long Island iced tea on the best spots to grab a drink after work in Asheville.
Feeling hungry? We’re highlighting a few local authors who have set their favorite recipes down on the page.
We have your go-to guide for delicious deals all week long.
Travel and Outdoors
The Asheville-headquarterd National Centers for Environmental Information collect + share climate data with businesses and organizations to drive resilience for the future.
The monthly after-hours event is coming out of hibernation this Friday with food, drinks, and fun activities.
The environmental nonprofit is giving you the know-how and the tools to build green infrastructure at home.
The cub at the center of the viral video joined another orphaned bear cub at the local nonprofit to be rehabilitated before release.
Real Estate
The City of Asheville is looking ahead to the next decade of local housing — and now’s your chance to be heard.
After the community weighed in, commissioners decided on a development of the properties that will help the County reach its affordable housing goals.
Whether you’re a tenant or a landlord, learn about responsibilities and rights under the law — plus, some local resources and organizations.
The site will welcome a 4.7-acre bike park and walking trail by the end of summer.
Asheville’s historical Urban Trail has everything from a giant flat iron to a swinging bell to a bronze version of Thomas Wolfe’s shoes.
Through easements, grant funding, technical support, and educational programming, the Preservation Society of Asheville and Buncombe County is conserving a sense of place.
Explore a few ways to hit the road and get involved with Asheville’s cycling community.
Here are five centers and institutes offering courses to adults looking to learn something new.

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