Eat and Drink

Have your king cake and eat it, too.
Noodle Hole is a passion project from Chef Ryan Martin of Hole Doughnuts.
This peppery, porky Mexican stew is great for a crowd.
The casual neighborhood joint will focus on seasonal fare and shareable plates.
Chef Chuck Cutler-Gutiérrez and their partner Crain will open this creative new venture in a converted dry cleaner.
From ramen and chaat to pancake sandwiches.
From fresh juice and fish to a new Dobra location in East Asheville.
This Danish trend emphasizes all things comfortable and cozy.
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We’re talking bagels, babka, black and white cookies, and beyond.
We’re talking plant clubs, fancy olive oils, and custom-made candles.
Miso magic is made right here in WNC through a delicious blend of Japanese and Appalachian traditions.
From liquid truffles to lava cake, these decadent dishes from area chefs are the perfect way to conclude a meal.
Winter is coming — but you can still find fresh produce and food at these farmers markets.
Allergic to your stove? No problem — here’s where to go.
The cooking competition show, produced by Dan Levy, debuts Thursday, Nov. 10.
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Sea-s the opportunity to eat local + enjoy these four mouth watering dishes from The Lobster Trap.
whosagooddog? launched earlier this month and uses spent grains from local breweries to make small batch, organic dog treats.
From fantasy-themed costume parties and candy wine pairings to family-friendly trick-or-treating, Asheville is chock full of Halloween activities throughout the weekend.
Empanadas, pork sandwiches and Pisco sours will join the colorful collection of food vendors at downtown Asheville’s food hall in early December.
NC’s oldest gay bar is home to a history of activism and entertainment.
Light and goodness will be on the menu, along with traditional food and drink and specials, at this award-winning street food cafe.
Bunzey is one of 10 artists to win this year’s national PBR Art Can Contest.
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.
NC Oyster Week runs Oct.10-16. Celebrate at these local oyster spots, with guidance from Chef Will Cisa on how best to enjoy them.
From breakfast sandwiches to shaksuka, hit up these spots to start your day off right.
Most employees won’t go down to the wine cellar alone, and with all the paranormal activity that’s been reported, we don’t blame them.
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