Everybody say “Ho-oh!” As in hoe cakes. Also as in “ho ho ho,” for the Holidays, or in this case: HO-leeee shiiiiit, that’s good food! Last Tuesday, I ate a “Holiday Confit Ho Ho Hoe Cake” from the Root Down Food Truck that was so insanely tasty, I ate it again on Thursday. I ferkin’ lerved it both times and[Read More…]
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Some of the Best International Food in Asheville Comes Out the Window of a Truck. Ain’t no joke, Yo. It wasn’t too long ago that someone asked me, “why don’t you like food trucks, Stu?” I was ashamed, because I do like food trucks, but hadn’t frequented them with enough regularity for many to show up in my writing. Well,[Read More…]
Also, a new Fairview brewery is opening soon, and much more.
Also, word on the street is that Chipotle is coming to Tunnel Road, and much more.
Also, new stores have opened at Asheville Outlets, and more.
The big party is Aug. 25 at New Belgium’s brewery on Craven Street.
The series of events includes a passport program encouraging folks to visit each brewery to collect Parkway Beer Passport stickers.
Move through West Asheville, learn about the area’s history, collect cards and be eligible to win tickets to New Belgium’s big anniversary party in August.
Also, Cucina 24 restaurant changes up its approach to lunch and much more.
New Belgium’s brewery is set to open in Asheville in spring 2016.
Here’s one: There are more roundabouts coming to the RAD.
Hello Asheville! “Coffee, Again?,”is the ninth and most recent episode of AVL Food Fans, and it’s available for listening to at www.avlfoodfans.com where you can also download it. It is available for free from the iTunes store as well. In this exciting episode, Chef Joe Scully and I are joined by our special guests Jay Weatherly and Emily Peele[Read More…]
New Belgium is currently testing brewing equipment and plans to begin making beer before the end of this year.
Hello Asheville! The eighth and latest episode of the AVL Food Fans podcast has been recorded, posted, and is currently available to listen to and download, and you can even get it for free from the iTunes store! As always, Chef Joe Scully is my co-host, and this time, our special guests are Chef Hollie West of The Sweet Monkey Bakery, who won the Chef’s Challenge at the Asheville Wine &[Read More…]
The brewery says it’s still on track to begin brewing in Asheville later this year.
Upcoming events include races, rides and a Brewing for Greenways beer-making collaboration.
It’s one of the biggest refrigerators in Buncombe County, big enough to hold 12 million bottles of beer.
The Frommer’s blunder pulls apart Asheville community. It obscures the story of Asheville. It disrespects the city’s soul.
This trend of seeking more extreme craft brews is getting out of hand. Summer is the perfect time to sip on a classic beer style.
Thursday’s groundbreaking ceremony on property along the French Broad River marked a milestone in both place and time for the brewer and the city’s craft beer industry. About 3 p.m., the crowd lifted glasses of RyePA, a beer that New Belgium made with in conjuntcion with ingredients from Asheville’s Riverbend Malt House, and drank to their new brewery. After two years of ups and downs, and not one spade of dirt turned, the commitment was clear: New Belgium is coming to Asheville.
Also, New Belgium Brewing CEO Kim Jordan is in town today for the company’s official groundbreaking ceremony for its new Asheville brewery.
Three big Asheville developments on tap for discussion, including New Belgium brewery, downtown hotel
Asheville’s Technical Review Committee meets April 7 to review the projects, including a large new south Asheville apartment complex.