Find out what Pub restaurants to try in Asheville. If you’re into eating locally and supporting sustainable agriculture, go to Asheville—and eat, eat, eat. This town of less than 100,000 people has 17 farmers’ markets, and the local restaurant scene is all about taking advantage of the seasonal produce sold there. And don’t miss the area’s microbreweries.
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4 based on 285 reviews
My husband and I had dinner at the East Village Grille this past week. The Blue Ridge Fish (Grouper) and Chips was delicious! And the Greek salad was excellent, too! Couldn't resist dessert... The BEST chocolate cake and Baklava!!!
4 based on 158 reviews
In too many years to admit to, I have had burgers rank next to pizza as my favorite foods. The burger I had here ranks among the very best ever eaten. While there are many great restaurants to visit, this pub is near the top for me.
4 based on 336 reviews
When we first walked in we were extremely put off... the woman working the bar area downstairs was rude, unfriendly, and down right miserable... which doesnât seem to match the personalities of people we met in Asheville. After ordering our beer and headed upstairs we were delighted to see another bar upstairs and a view of the brewery (unfortunately we were not there on a tour day).The outside seating area was awesome... my family and I played games for a few hours while sipping beers. The brewery had a great vibe to it and it was our favorite!!!
4 based on 1351 reviews
Pack's Tavern is proud to be housed in the historic Hayes and Hopson building in the middle of Pack Square Park. We are a locally family owned and operated restaurant serving a deliciously eclectic menu. We pride ourselves on top notch customer service an
My husband had a hankering to visit Pack's Tavern. Usually when we visit it is packed but on a Tuesday afternoon is was very quiet. For some reason, our meals were not as outstanding in this visit. Not sure why as we have been many time. My salmon was good but lacked flavor. My husband's meatloaf was not moist. We did like the collard greens and the Brussels sprout sides. A bit disappointing for us. I am sorry your meal was disappointing. Our team is committed to 100% satisfaction, so if you visit again and are don't walk away feeling as if you had a wonderful meal and service, please let us know.Sincerely,Steve Wright
4 based on 101 reviews
Hillman Beer is a small, family-owned business located in Asheville, NC that brings the pub style back to the brewery experience. With an emphasis on quality beer and a focus on classics and comfort, we hope that our beer and pub atmosphere keep you comin
Typical brewery, with some nice outdoor areas, and great on-site food option. Unfortunately the kitchen was running seriously behind and it too over and hour for food to arrive. It would have been nice to know there was a delay-but it was delish when it finally arrived, and there was no indication in reviews this is the norm, but you may want to ask before ordering how long it's taking. Burger was one of the best I've had in recent memory, which includes one of Atlanta's "top" burgers!So sorry for the delay in your meal! It can happen sometimes getting an unusual pop on a Monday night, but hope you are able to hang out with us again. Hope the burger might have made up for your wait, Rise Above Deli does an awesome job!!
4 based on 834 reviews
We were going to eat at the Stable restaurant at the Biltmore but the front desk clerk at our hotel said to try this place as the food was just as good at a less expensive price. And she was right. Our waitress was pleasant and brought us our food quickly. Menu has decent choices. Located in a good location in Biltmore village, it is close to the Biltmore after spending a couple hours on a tour. The only negative is that parking can be difficult to find.
4 based on 3448 reviews
it is mostly a younger crowd who were hanging out there and we felt a big old but we tried it anyway. Glad we did. Enjoyed by all. I had a fried chicken burger - so good! For those who drank beer they enjoyed the different concoctions. Don't be out off by the rough facade or you will miss out on a great meal.
4 based on 366 reviews
Located in the South Slope of Asheville, the Funkatorium is the East Coastâs first sour beer dedicated taproom. Featuring over a dozen varieties of these styles on draught, visitors can expect a full immersion into the old world way of experiencing and ap
Stopped by to watch a band and have a beer. The venue for the band was outdoors and excellent. A large number of sour beers and several other (IPA, Stout). The beer was very good and bartender service was great.
4 based on 21 reviews
They are brewing their own and bring in other local craft beers, hence the name, Collaboratory, collaboration and laboratory. Good options for all tastes plus able to order 5,10 or 16 ounce glasses.Well constructed menu cover burgers, sandwiches, salads and flatbreads. Very big seating area with opens onto the street, huge bar area in blond woods. Noise level was high with maybe a third of the seats occupied. Well worth the visit. Plenty of street parking but feed the meter.
4 based on 224 reviews
Urban Orchard Cider Co is a Craft Hard Cider production business with the "1st True Cider Bar" in North Carolina, just above the production facility. You will always find at least 8 of Urban Orchard Ciders on draft as well as rotating Asheville Craft Beer
Amazing cider, awesome food and great service - highly recommend while in Asheville!! Tainted love and boys of summer ciders were wonderful!!
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