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James Beard Foundation’s Taste America comes to Asheville

Taste America brings chefs and diners together to celebrate the shared mission of “Good Food for Good.”

Inside La Bodega

A feast from La Bodega.

Photo by Whitney Anderson

This one’s for you, Asheville foodies. Our city is the first stop in the latest iteration of the James Beard Foundation’s Taste America — a culinary series highlighting local, independent restaurants in 20 cities across the country + celebrating the diversity of American food culture.

On Thursday, July 20, Taste America: Asheville will present a multi-course dinner at La Bodega by Cúrate. Check out the chefs behind the menu:

The menu will reflect the signature style of each of chef — plus, there will be beverage pairings for each course.
Tickets can be purchased per pair for $370 for the first seating at 5:30 p.m. or the second seating at 8 p.m. This event is 21+ and diners must present a valid ID.

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