“I want to create a truly sacred space where I can provide people with what they need to nourish themselves in body and soul, find transformation and shift their lives into something worth living. That is my intention now,” says Joseph.
Although local eateries work to accommodate disabled guests, accessibility and other issues continue to make dining out difficult for many.
Through their design strategies, menus and aesthetic themes, local eateries contribute to and define the city’s distinct food scene.
Entering its ninth year, the Asheville Wine & Food Festival will take place at Pack Square Park. Also: Taco Throwdown and Tequila Tasting returns to The Grey Eagle, Table hosts Service Industry Luncheon, Noble Cider teams up with OWL Bakery and Looking Glass Creamery for an evening event and more in this week’s Small Bites.
With her recently opened downtown restaurant, Esther Joseph evokes the flavors of her childhood on the Caribbean island of St. Lucia.
The reception will honor Asheville’s black chefs, restaurant owners and hospitality employees.
Whether you’re in Asheville, Hendersonville, Marshall or Saluda, Western North Carolina is planning a host of tasty New Year’s Eve options.
The historic downtown space will shift from dinner theater and vintage decor to Caribbean food and and island theme.