With a sunny forecast and a high of 63, Easter Sunday this year looks to be a great day to get out and enjoy a special brunch. But how do you decide where to eat in Foodtopia?
Anyone who has eaten at Lexington Avenue Brewery knows that in spite of its name the place is not just about the beer. Xpress recently talked with LAB’s chef, Mike Fisera, about inspiration, outside-the-box beer dinners and his upcoming face-off with King James Public House chef Steven Goff in the Fire on the Rock Competition Dining Series. Photo by Carrie Eidson
Indie comedian Ben Kronberg recorded his first “Comedy Central Half Hour” special to a sold-out crowd in Boston last year, was featured on “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” and just finished up a run of shows at South by Southwest in Austin last week. Kronberg’s next stop on his tour is the Lexington Avenue Brewery on Thursday, March 20 at 8 p.m.
The breakfast and lunch eatery, Biscuit Head Café and Provisions, will focus on jams, jellies, cat-head biscuits, house-made sodas and other decadent Southern staples.
Reconstituted and reconfigured Rond plays the Lexington Avenue Brewery on Friday, Sept. 7.
Crews were working today, April 24, on installing new steel for a tasting-room expansion at the Lexington Avenue Brewery.
(photo by Bill Rhodes)
The massive 35,000-square-foot building adjacent to the Lexington Avenue Brewery in downtown Asheville is getting a major overhaul, with a new taproom, restaurant, beer production facility, condos and stores likely to open by the end of the year, reports LAB co-owner Mike Healy.
In WNC, we’ve got mountains, an agreeable climate, good food and a thriving beer scene, complete with brew-centric festivals. What more could you ask for? Someone to drive you around from brewery to brewery while you liberally sample? Well, we’ve got that too. Brews Cruise, started by Asheville local Mark Lyons, provides an insider’s take […]
The LAB brings meat from the hoof to the kitchen for their “Beer and Beef” dinner on Tuesday, Sept. 28.
The Associated Press reports that North Carolina’s Granville County has moved to the head of the class in the ranking of prospective locations for a new national bio- and agro-defense facility.