Doughnuts are about as rare in Asheville as a three-piece suit. Fortunately, a few spots throw life rings to the doughnut deprived — and more help is coming.
In response to our recent article (“Handcuffed: Asheville Bartenders Decry ABC Law Restrictions,” July 9 Xpress), General Manager Mark Combs of the local Alcoholic Beverage Control system had a few things to say.
Valentine’s Day is only two days away, and (nearly) every Yelp-approved romantic restaurant in town has been booked for days. Lucky for Ashevilleans, impromptu plans and comfy meals are just our style – and even the coziest nooks and crannies in this quaint town are dressing up for the occasion.
On Sunday, Jan. 22, Blind Pig — a not-for-profit dinner club held in various “secret” locations around Asheville — hosted the Rising Sun dinner, a 12-course Japanese meal prepared by chefs from the Admiral and Cucina 24. Local filmmaker Aaron Morrell documented the entire process, from start to finish. We have the video for you here.
Asheville is on the lips of national food bloggers, as usual. They can’t seem to get enough of us. Plus: A little love for our local bloggers. (Photo via kevineats.com)
Chef Brian Canipelli has been presenting a special supplemental menu to Cucina’s regular offerings lately. It’s a concept that revolves around a snout-to-tail style of cooking, wherein the chef goes, literally, whole hog (or cow or lamb, for that matter).
It's like an accountant doing their own taxes, or a lead singer going to a Karaoke bar on a night off — sometimes what you do for a living is not what you want to do with your spare time. Case in point: chefs often don't want to be in charge of cooking when they […]
Four new restaurants are set arrive on the scene within the next few months, including Cucina 24 Deli, to be opened by Brian Canipelli (above). Xpress has the scoop. — Photo by Michael Muller
WNC Magazine’s Chefs Challenge competitions debuted with a bang on Tuesday.
A wine dinner at FIG, late-night eats at Rise in Shine, dinner and a show.