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The Corner Kitchen

Tucked into a quiet corner of historic Biltmore Village is one of Asheville’s most surprising restaurants. Serving the finest casual cuisine in a unique setting. Dine on a sunny porch or in one of the cozy fireplace rooms. >> MORE >>

Fig

Fig in Biltmore Village offers authentic bistro cuisine prepared with the freshest and finest ingredients available. Our commitment to quality and excellence is readily apparent in the culinary masterpieces created by French-trained Chef William Klein. An exceptional wine list provides the perfect complement. The cozy dining room is elegant, yet casual with hardwood floors, sleek black chairs and classic bistro tables creating a European/Cosmopolitan ambiance. Weather permitting, patrons can enjoy the serenity of dining in the quiet courtyard. fig completes the experience with a professional and engaging staff. Our ultimate goal is to create a memorable dining experience without pretension. >> MORE >>

Frankie Bones

In the late 50′s and early 60′s there was a carefree time in America known as Camelot, when the rat pack ruled and swanky was the lifestyle. In the big cities and casino towns there were American-Italian restaurants with subway tile floors, high back leather booths and blacked out windows called joints. They celebrated big food, big wine, hand shaken martinis and sounds to make you swing. Welcome to Frankie Bones. A Classic American-Italian Restaurant & Lounge. A menu inspired by the big cities. Chicago, Vegas, St.Louis and New York. An atmosphere harkening back to the bustling symphony of a time past, but not forgotten. An experience to be shared with family and friends. >> MORE >>

Rezaz

This hot spot features a bright, modern interior and is known for its great food, excellent service, eclectic wine list and reasonable prices. >> MORE >>

Wayside Cafe

Located in the original 1896 train depot is the newly renovated Village Wayside Bar & Grille. We offer new twists on the classics we all know and love. Owners, Mark and Polly dreamed of their menu while waiting on the perfect location, incorporating the Midwestern and southern influences they grew up eating. Try the turkey reuben, slow roasted and brined in house with a sweet peach hibiscus tea brine, or Mark’s favorite, the beef brisket, smoked in house and smothered in homemade Cheerwine BBQ sauce served with hand dipped local Kolsch beer battered onion rings. Craving something more substantial? Check out Potsy’s Pigs, Hungarian style cabbage rolls, or filet tips over a bed of house-made hummus. The Village Wayside serves lunch and dinner all day long with something for everyone! >> MORE >>

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