Asheville Eats & Drinks is here: The new guide, in print and online

Xpress’ Eats & Drinks guide hit the streets today, featuring more than 500 local bars and restaurants in one easy-to-use publication. And our online Dining section has been revamped as as a one-stop shop for dining news and views.

The 96-page Eats & Drinks lists eateries by cuisine, and also includes a handy map, a guide to local tailgate markets, our food critic’s picks of 20 don’t-miss drinks and dishes, and Xpress readers’ picks from our annual Best of WNC balloting. It is available in hundreds of area locations, including special boxes mounted atop newspaper boxes in downtown Asheville.

The new online Dining section features an easy-to-search guide, as well as connections to local gastronomical blogs and the Xpress’ recent food and bar articles.

— David Forbes, staff writer


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