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Hill House Bed and Breakfast
120 Hillside Street
Asheville, North Carolina, 28801, United States
828.232.0345 | 855.447.0002

Where to Dine in Asheville

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  • Rezaz Mediterranean Cuisine -- Contemporary Greek, Italian, and Lebanese. First restaurant to win Asheville Chamber of Commerce’s Best Customer Service award; 28 Hendersonville Road (828) 277-1510

  • Limones -- Cuisine from the heart of Mexico with California inspirations; 13 Eagle Street, (828) 252-2327

  • Carmel's Restaurant & Bar -- Elegant, yet informal spot with sidewalk seating. Sophisticated American fare with emphasis on fresh farm-to-table ingredients. Gay favorite. 1 Page Avenue, (828) 252-8730

  • Corner Kitchen -- Southern dishes with an urban twist. In Biltmore Village; 3 Boston Way, (828) 274-2439

  • Champa -- Asian restaurant/sushi bar, fresh ingredients, heart of downtown; 3 Biltmore Ave, (828) 225-8885

  • Vincenzo's -- Asheville's premier northern Italian, Continental restaurant; 10 N Market St, (828) 254-4698

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  • Tupelo Honey -- The city's freewheeling, contemporary Southern icon; 12 College St, (828) 255-4863
  • Bouchon -- Casual, un bistro tres francais; 62 North Lexington Avenue, (828) 350-1140

  • Plant -- Elegant vegan cuisine, just around the corner from Hill House; 165 Merrimon Ave, (828) 258-7500

  • Table -- Seasonal new American cuisine. Diner’s Choice 2012 winner; 48 College St, (828) 254-8980

  • Stoney Knob Cafe -- Fresh, continental cuisine; funky, comfy; one of Asheville’s 10 best. Just up the road in Weaverville. Lots of locals, 337 Merrimon Avenue, Weaverville, (828) 645-3309
  • The Market Place -- “A group of cooks, farmers, waiters, cheese-makers, ranchers, and winegrowers who share a common philosophy about how to eat and in a larger sense, about life.” Fine dining with a sustainable sensibility; 20 Wall St, (828) 252-4162

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  • Zambra -- Tapas Bar with contemporary twist on foods of Spain and North Africa; 85 W Walnut St (828) 232-1060

  • The Lobster Trap -- The place for seafood in downtown Asheville; 35 Patton Ave, (828) 350-0505

  • Salsa -- Perhaps the only Mexican-Caribbean restaurant in the state; 6 Patton Ave, (828) 252-9805

  • HomeGrown -- Hippies, formica tables, cheap, fresh. Right around the corner from Hill House; 371 Merrimon Ave, (828) 232-4340
  • Mela's -- Fine Indian dining; A favorite among all types of Asheville people; 70 N Lexington Ave, (828) 225-8880

  • Cucina24 -- Contemporary Italian with an emphasis on local ingredients; 24 Wall St, (828) 254-6170

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  • Luella's Bar-B-Que -- An Asheville institution, just around the corner from Hill House; 501 Merrimon Ave, (828) 505-7427

  • Fig Bistro -- Intimate neighborhood restaurant in Biltmore Village featuring casual interpretations of New American and French cuisine, 18 Brook St, (828) 277-0889

  • Curate -- New tapas restaurant that raises the bar for the dining experience in Asheville. If not for the English, you could be in Barcelona. Many prefer the open kitchen counter to a table. 11 Biltmore Ave, (828) 239-2946

  • Vinnie's -- Hill House’s neighborhood Italian place. Comfort food, but inspired. Easy parking, great service; 641 Merrimon Ave, (828) 253-1077

  • Dough -- Hill House's neighborhood deli; 372 Merrimon Ave, (828) 575-9444