Asheville Restaurant Week Back Next Month

Asheville Restaurant WeekOne of the most highly anticipated weeks of the year is finally in sight! Asheville Restaurant Week is back next month so mark your calendar for January 21 through January 27, 2014. For this one week only, you’ll have the chance to dine at participating restaurants on a prix fixe menu for just $15-$30 per person. The tastiest cuisine in Asheville will be up for your choosing.

So without further adieu, here’s a list of the restaurants.

Dinner – $30 Three-Course Meal for One Person

All Souls Pizza

Carmel’s Kitchen & Bar

Modesto Trattoria

131 Main

Curate

The Blackbird Restaurant

Fig Bistro

Ruth’s CHRIS Steak House

Lexington Avenue Brewery

Corner Kitchen

Chestnet

The Market Place Restaurant & Lounge

Red Stag Grill

Chorizo Latin Fare

TAble

Storm Rhum Bar & Bistro

The Bull & Beggar

Vincenzo’s Ristorante & Bistro

Rhubarb

Cucina 24

Seven Sows Bourbon & Larder

Posana Cafe

The Junction

Dinner – $30 Meal for Two People

GreenTea Japanese Restaurant

Chai Pani

Pizza Pura

Dinner – $20 Meal for Two People

The Local Taco

White Duck Taco Shop

Lunch – $15 Two-Course Lunch for One Person

Edison, Craft Ales & Kitchen

Rhubarb

Chestnut

The Local Taco

All Souls Pizza

131 Main

Chorizo Latin Fare

Corner Kitchen

Curate

Lexington Avenue Brewery

Modesto Trattoria

Table

The Blackbird Restaurant

White Duck Taco Shop

Here in Asheville, nearly every restaurant embraces the key tenants of farm-to-fork dining. There is a strong commitment to using fresh, locally sourced ingredients, which is why many believe Asheville was voted one of the top ten food and wine destinations in the United States by TripAdvisor. In Asheville, North Carolina, you’ll find 250 independent restaurants, 20 regional tailgate markets and many craft breweries. It’s no wonder this city is a favorite of G Garvin, Anthony Bourdain and Rachel Ray!

During Asheville Restaurant Week, you can try as many great local restaurants as you’d like. They will be serving a special menu that depicts each chef’s culinary talents, with a focus on the restaurant’s specialties. This is the best time to try one of those restaurants you’ve been dying to dine at but maybe felt it was a little out of your price range. You’ll have the opportunity to try it out and know exactly what you’ll be spending. Keep in mind that beverages, taxes and gratuity are not included in the offer. Take a look at the menu to be sure they don’t offer a beverage option, but try to tip generously! The wait staff will be working especially hard during Asheville Restaurant Week.

We highly suggest making reservations at the restaurant(s) of your choice, and the staff here at the Orchard Inn would be happy to help. As you start planning out your lunch and dinner dates during Asheville Restaurant Week, we invite you to book your stay with us at our Asheville area bed and breakfast. The elegant mountain retreat in Saluda, North Carolina truly offers something for everyone. No matter where you start, The Orchard Inn is the perfect destination. The elegant intimacy and warm hospitality create the perfect atmosphere for an unforgettable stay. Click here to view our rooms and rates!

Photo courtesy of: Asheville Restaurant Week