More of what’s going around: -The owners Belly Up Truck food truck have announced that they’re planning to open a brick-and-mortar restaurant at 507 Haywood Road in West Asheville. It will be called Haywood Common. -Sky Zone trampoline park is finally open in south Asheville. Finally. -John Fleer is a finalist for a James Beard Award this year, in the[Read More…]
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A variety of music and other performances are scheduled, featuring stars including Midori and Secret Agent 23 Skidoo.
At least seven new restaurants, from seafood to tapas, are planned to open in downtown Asheville.
Also, the Blue Ridge Roller Girls hold their season-opening bout this Sunday, and much more.
Participating restaurants will set fixed price menus for lunch and dinner.
TOAD IN A HOLE & BREAKFAST SALAD AT THE RHU ON SOUTH LEXINGTON AVENUE IN DOWNTOWN ASHEVILLE IS A WINNER! Hello Asheville! This is just a real quick one to let you know about a delicious meal that I got sort of on a whim, and enjoyed tremendously! Ever since meeting Chef Kaley Laird at the Sweet event last month,[Read More…]
Laird, who joined Rhubarb restaurant earlier this year, will compete for a $10,000 prize.
“WILL FORAGE FOR FOOD” (If we can bring it to a high-end restaurant afterward & have it paired & prepared by some of Asheville’s best cooks). Written by Stephan Pruitt and Stu Helm Illustration by Stu Helm Photos & Photo Captions by Stephan Pruitt (unless otherwise indicated) To see even more photos from this trip, check out Stephan’s version of[Read More…]
Also, OWL Bakery in West Asheville nears opening date, and more.
Note from Stu: you don’t have to have a hangover to be part of the brunch club.
Will this be the year that a local chef wins the big one?
Local Provisions, Arancini Italian Kitchen and Red Ginger Dim Sum will be opening first.
Chef John Fleer of Rhubarb restaurant hands off to Chef Adam Hayes, formerly of the Grand Bohemian in Asheville.
Fleer was up for a James Beard Award finalist earlier this year.
The Mellow Mush crew crushed it with their “French onion soup” grilled cheese sandwich.
Also, a Sara Gruen reading and the Black Mountain College Re-Happening.
Also, Stu talks about the joys of eating pussley. As usual, don’t click through if you’re offended by the liberal use of four-letter words.
Chef John Fleer is following up on his pledge to offer a regular communal seating option to foster family and community.
Check out Chef John Fleer’s stellar new restaurant. Photos by Asheville photographer Stewart O’Shields.
Taking a bite out of Asheville’s exploding culinary scene.