Renaissance Asheville Hotel adds Writer’s Bistro restaurant as part of renovations

The Renaissance Asheville Hotel (31 Woodfin St.) has been undergoing quite the transformation, and announces today that the renovation includes the installation of a new farm-to-table restaurant called the Writer’s Bistro. From PR Web, via Yahoo news:

“The multimillion-dollar renovation transformed the hotel’s lobby, registration areas and gift shop. Its new restaurant, the Writer’s Bistro, is a casual chic experience that recognizes the area’s rich literary history and offers a local farm-to-table menu …The Writer’s Bistro is a casual chic restaurant inspired by North Carolina’s rich literary history. Its private dining room can seat up to 40 for special events, while maintaining the flexibility for guests to pay individually. The Writer’s Bistro menu is inspired by farm-to-table, offering locally grown and raised ingredients.

‘We are also proud to offer the local community an exciting new restaurant on par with Asheville’s fine dining spots, to enjoy drinks and dinner with their family and friends,’ says Herman Turk, Regional Vice President for Windsor Management Services, which manages the Renaissance Asheville Hotel.”


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  1. Mike Shoemaker

    My wife and I ate at the Writers Bistro on Mar. 18, 2012. We were NOT impressed. Food is over seasoned and contained way to much fat and grease. It’s a shame for a new renovation like this to not test the food quality before opening. Our server on the other hand was very nice and efficient. I suggest the chef check some of the local fare in places like Tupelo Honey to do a comparison. Hopefully you’ll use this as constructive criticism and use it to make adjustments

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