The Market at Sage and Spice opens in West Asheville. Plus, Saluda’s Purple Onion celebrates 25 years; Asheville updates outdoor dining program; and more.
Lucky’s Asheville Food opens food truck and concession stand. Plus, a new brewery in Weaverville; Pop Bubble Tea celebrates Chinese Mooncake Festival; and more.
The Hound, a new lounge concept from Zambra owner Peter Montague and The Copper Crown owner Adam Bannasch, has opened on Tunnel Road in East Asheville. Cheekily named after the Greyhound bus station that previously occupied the space, The Hound represents a concerted effort to provide East Asheville with an elegant watering hole away from […]
Artéria Collective, a nonprofit arts and culture organization, will hold Sugarbush Showcase. Plus, The Grey Eagle starts an all-ages Sunday music series, Frame It highlights local artists and Johnson Family hold Mother’s Day event.
Dining Out For Life is back for its 21st annual event. Also: 12 Bones Brewing celebrates its 4-year anniversary; Hood Huggers International rings in its 20th year; and more!
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!
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!
Highland Brewing Co. debuts Clawtoberfest, a new fall celebration featuring autumnal beer, food, fun and games. Also: Bountiful Cities’ Community Garden Network hosts a Fall Equinox Garden Dinner Party; Devil’s Foot Beverage Co. launches The Mule; and more!
Eldr opens in North Asheville. Also: New Belgium Brewing Co. launches Poured for All Initiative; Legally Addictive Foods announces plans to move its manufacturing operations to Asheville; and more!
The inaugural AVL Honey Fest debuts at Salvage Station Sunday, June 5. Also: Livermush Festival returns to Marion; Well Played Board Game Café reopens; and more!
Asheville Independent Restaurant Association hire Kim Murray, co-owner of Creekside Taphouse, as its new executive director. Plus: Asheville Tea Co. offers Dry January recipes; MANNA FoodBank announces new chief executive officer; and plenty more!
A new coffee shop opens just north of Asheville. Plus, Ay Caramba debuts on Merrimon Avenue; Early Girl plans for two additional locations; and more!
Local culinary and beverage specialists are teaming up to donate food, funds and holiday gifts to local families in need. Also: Asheville Tea Co. hosts a holiday tea and pastry pairing; Four Sisters Bakery teams up with Black Mountain Recreation and Parks; Mamacita’s Taco Temple holds a tequila dinner; and plenty more in this week’s Small bites.
Using what Colvin calls a “farm-to-can approach,” the company sources organic roots and fruits to make its “nonsoda soda.”
Devil’s Foot Beverage Co. recently received a $50,000 grant from NC IDEA, which is being used to help the company expand its staff and reach. Also: Bone & Broth teams up with Metro Wines; Green Opportunities Southside Kitchen prepares a free community cookout; The Lord’s Acre hosts its annual square dance; and more.
**UPDATED DEC. 17** Sweeten Creek and UpCountry host anniversary parties while Burial brings back its Tom Selleck holiday celebration — all with new beers, of course.