Following its July 8 conversion into a private, members-only club, only North Carolina residents and their invited guests are permitted to dine at the Smoky Park Supper Club. Other area businesses are also choosing to put locals ahead of outside visitors.
With its third Asheville location, PennyCup joins a growing wave of homegrown restaurants expanding to the east side of town.
On an average night in tourist season, Asheville’s restaurants look slammed. But as the food scene continues to balloon, it begs the question: Is the bubble about to burst?
The free, family-friendly event in the River Arts District will celebrate Asheville’s coffee shops, baristas and roasters.
Just months after opening its first storefront on Depot Street, the local coffee roaster has launched a new café and retail space downtown.
Each week, Xpress highlights notable WNC crowdsourcing initiatives that may inspire readers to become new faces in the crowd. This week features two café business plans born from the Waking Life controversy.