Sunny Point Café’s annex opens in West Asheville. Also, Mayfel’s reopens under new ownership; Asheville Beauty Academy hosts Women’s History Month Wine Dinner; and more!
What’s new in food: Sovereign Remedies Exchange lands in Leicester
Sovereign Remedies Exchange opens in Leicester. Also: Botiwalla comes to West Asheville; Barn Door Ciderworks returns; and more!
Kids stuff: Positive food experiences
Debbi Timson, Growing Minds Program Coordinator at ASAP, discusses healthy eating habits, local foods and the positive results that come when families cook together.
What’s new in food: Little D’s opens in North Asheville
Asheville Proper owners open Little D’s in North Asheville. Also, Asheville Food and Beverage United plans an industry pop up; Mills River Farm Market seeks a permanent home; and more.
What’s new in food: Dobrá brings Eastern tea to East Asheville
Dobrá Tea celebrates its latest location. Also: Blue Dream Curry House transitions to takeout-only model; High Climate Tea Co. hosts cacao and dance event; and more!
Urban Combat Wrestling partners with Hi-Wire
The Brawls at the Brewery series has sparked a collaboration that continues to evolve.
What’s new in food: Charcuterie and wine come to the S&W Market
Gourmand owners Katie Grabach and Peyton Barrell want to bring Paris’ popular cave à manger dining experience to Asheville’s historic S&W Market. Also, a new owner joins All Souls Pizza; Asheville Beauty Academy’s The Parlor serves late night tacos; and more!
What’s new in food: Mardi Gras arrives with multivenue extravaganza
Ready for Mardi Gras? Xpress has you covered!
What’s new in food: Unique ways to celebrate (or lament) Valentine’s Day
The way to someone’s heart is through their stomach — or so the saying goes. Whether you are looking to celebrate with your pals, by cursing your luck in love or (gasp!) by going on a romantic date, you will find several options below to whet your appetite.
New meal prep program targets community health
“I wanted to address food insecurity with those who had Type 2 diabetes or hypertension and do something similar to Hello Fresh or Blue Apron, but with food pantry food,” Simuel says.
Health checkup: The foundation of healthy ecosystems
Author Laura Lengnick discusses our individual and collective health, healthy ecosystems and the power of silence.
What’s new in food: Fermenti launches brick-and-mortar in North Asheville
After years of participating at local farmers markets and hosting annual festivals, Meg Chamberlain prepares to open her first brick-and-mortar. Also: Asheville Truffle Experience returns; La Bodega by Cúrate hosts its latest Pinxto Party; and more!
Transforming our local food system to feed the region
According to data from the U.S. government’s 2017 Census of Agriculture (the most recent numbers available), Buncombe County was home to 1,073 farms and 72,284 acres of farmland. Yet, much of the food consumed here comes from somewhere else.
Beer Scout: Leveller joins Weaverville brewery scene
Andrew Zinn and Sally Anne Morgan have launched Weaverville’s third brewery.
What’s new in food: DJ’s Pickles opens shop at WNC Farmers Market
Chef Donald Paleno expands his pickle business with a lunch counter at the WNC Farmers Market. Also: House of Brandstracts makes edible CBD glitter; inaugural ice festival scheduled in Maggie Valley; and more!
What’s new in food: Asheville Restaurant Week returns for 11th year
Nearly 40 local restaurants are participating in the latest Asheville Restaurant Week. Also: Gan Shan West and Highland Brewing Co. collaborate on a Lunar New Year dinner; Old Europe Pastries celebrates more space at its new location; and more!
What’s new in food: Reimagined Tastee Diner celebrates official ribbon-cutting
Tastee Diner’s new owner, Steven Goff, discusses his updates to the historical West Asheville restaurant. Also: MLK Prayer Breakfast returns with in-person event; local eateries gear up for Restaurant Week; and more!
(HUMOR) The ceiling is the roof
PIE.ZAA’s offerings go through the roof, Billy Cardine partners with Asheville’s premier tea room and an A-B Tech culinary student hits the fast-food jackpot.
What’s new in food: The Indigenous Walls Project expands with Indigenous Markets
Indigenous Markets launches Saturday, Jan. 21 at 46 Aston St. Also: 7 Clans Brewing and the Trucking Delicious food truck team up for the first 2023 Sunday Brunch event; Bold Rock hosts free palm reading event; and more!
Year in Review: Local chefs reflect on the highs and lows of 2022
Three of Asheville’s top chefs contemplate the local food industry’s 2022 achievements and setbacks.
Year in Review: Brewers get back to business
Brewers from 12 Bones, Eurisko, Oyster House and Riverside Rhapsody look back on the year that was.