What’s happens when a new chef steps into the leadership role in a well-established kitchen?
After the sudden departure of chef Justin Burdett earlier this month, the nationally recognized downtown restaurant will undergo a few modifications to its original concept.
Whether roasted, mashed, blended in soups, pickled or sautéed, Western North Carolina’s cold-season vegetables can make winter meals a bit brighter.
Luella’s Bar-B-Que will duplicate its pork-purveying efforts with a new location in Biltmore Park; Asheville Wine & Food Festival has announced its first Asheville Cocktail Week; Local Provisions is serving Italian wines with the flavors of winter at a pairing dinner; and The Hop Ice Creamery is celebrating its first year with free kiddie scoops for all.
Chef Justin Burdett’s new eatery will offer dinner service and Sunday brunch. Click through for photos from the recent soft opening by Cindy Kunst.
Chef Justin Burdett’s new downtown restaurant will offer modern interpretations of traditional Appalachian and Southern flavors.
Seven Sows Bourbon & Larder, one of Asheville’s celebrated and decorated downtown restaurants, will close in two weeks.
Things have been changing at Asheville’s beloved Seven Sows Bourbon & Larder. Hosting Blind Pig Supper Club events both regionally and on the road, chef and owner Michael Moore has found himself drawn from the kitchen more and more lately, leading to rumors that he was closing or selling the restaurant.