Nothing compares to a feast on Thanksgiving Day without any dishes to clean up! If you plan to eat out for the holiday, it’s a good idea to make reservations as soon as possible.
Can you still taste the flaky crust on your grandma’s pumpkin pie? Or do you wish you could forget the year you dropped the turkey on the kitchen floor? Maybe your most memorable Thanksgiving was helping serve a meal at a homeless shelter here in Asheville? Tell us about it!
Here’s a list of Asheville bars and restaurants that will open on Thanksgiving.
For me, Thanksgiving will always be tied with Asheville. Later in December, that’s for traveling back to see my old haunts and my kin. Thanksgiving is something else.
Fig Bistro in Biltmore Village fed a steady stream of military veterans and their families a Thanksgiving buffet dinner.
Forty-two volunteers and staff served about 300 people a traditional Thanksgiving meal at Western Carolina Rescue Ministry on Patton Avenue on Wednesday, Nov. 23.
Things to do after the feast. With or without visiting family. With or without a four-day weekend.
The tough economy and higher fuel costs didn’t keep travelers off the roads or out of the skies this Thanksgiving season, which is traditionally the busiest travel time of the year. But sadly, not everyone in Western North Carolina was able to afford the costs of travel – or much of any Thanksgiving celebration at all.
Is the urban turkey phenomenon in Asheville growing out of hand?