Nosh bagel pop-up hits Weaverville. Plus: Chow Chow absconds, Chai Pani moves and more!
Nutrition Outreach Hub opens in Woodfin. Plus: Asheville Cat Weirdos host food drive, Pubcycle turns 10 and more!
Corner Kitchen turns 20. Plus: Little Jumbo undergoes tropical transformation, Master BBQ arrives at Zillicoah, and more!
The Market Place places in James Beard Award Semifinals. Plus: Mardi Gras masquerade comes to Eulogy, Good Hot Fish opens on the South Slope, and more!
Xpress catches up with Steven Goff to discuss gas-station charcuterie, radishes and great food destinations outside of Western North Carolina.
MANNA food bank unveils new Food Finder tool to coordinate between food pantries and those experiencing food insecurity. Also: POPPY reveals three new popcorn flavors, Haywood Park Hotel hosts a speakeasy and more!
Dave Byer and Betty Dunajski opened their brewery last fall in the former UpCountry Brewing Co. space.
After three year, Nine Mile has launched its new brewery at its Montford Location. Also: after/glow opens in the River Arts District, Regina’s earns national recognition and more!
Executive chef and Asheville native, Graham House, will lead the kitchen at Luminosa, a new restaurant set to open this spring inside The Flat Iron Hotel. Also: The Smokin’ Onion prepares to launch its first brick-and-mortar, Eda’s Hide-a-Way opens in Weaverville and more!
Local baker Erik Fabian has launched a new online shop for his company, Sourhouse. Dedicated to helping aspiring bakers make the perfect loaf of sourdough bread, Sourhouse offers free community cookbooks, tips for new bakers and products designed to make the baking process easier.
Katie Button, J Chong, Steven Goff and Suzy Phillips share their takes on top dishes and favorite restaurants.
If you’re looking for a food-filled New Year’s Eve, there are plenty of events to choose from.
Coffee and cocktail pop-up Nightcrawler teams up with Farewell; two unique holiday markets come to town; Cúrate announces new CEO; and more!
ASL instructor Hope Turpin and Highland Brewing offer free sign language series; Bottle Riot hosts Champagne Extravaganza; Oskar Blues Brewery celebrates 11 years in Brevard; and more!
Asheville Food and Beverage United becomes an official labor union; Mast General Store hosts chef Jason Smith for book signing; The Whale achieves global recognition; and more!
Burning Blush, DSSOLVR and Leveller are among the few local taprooms offering traditional, foam-heavy pours.
A new market and restaurant in Black Mountain. Plus, local breweries collaborate to aid Maui wildfire relief; ice cream yule logs; and more.
“We provide a service that brings mobile markets with fresh fruits, vegetables, healthy proteins and whole grains directly to people’s homes,” says Sonya Jones, executive director of Caja Solidaria.
In the spirit of Thanksgiving, Xpress reached out to local residents — both professional and amateur chefs — for their favorite recipes and the stories behind them.
“Many first-time market shoppers can find the experience overwhelming or intimidating, so I would offer the suggestion of walking around the market first to get a sense of what’s available and make a plan for what you want to buy,” says Molly Nicholie, executive director of ASAP.
Deep South Kitchen opens on Merrimon Ave. Plus, Warren Wilson’s Farm School General Store; Brevard gets a cannabis cafe; and more.