Ashvegas Hot Sheet: Archetype Brewing, Jargon, Sub Grasso all open in West Asheville


More of what’s going around. Simply put, West Asheville is red hot with new restaurant/brewery openings:

-Archetype Brewing has opened in West Asheville. Yay for more craft beer!

-Jargon restaurant has opened in West Asheville. The restaurant’s bathroom, tiled with Scrabble-like letter tiles, is apparently all the rage.

-Sub Grasso has opened in West Asheville. Finally!

-Aloft Asheville Downtown kicks off its Sundays Live@Aloft local concert series this Sunday at 5 p.m. with Jim Arrendell and The Cheap Suits. The event is open to the public and a suggested $5 donation will benefit Homeward Bound, a local non-profit organization dedicated to ending homelessness in Buncombe and Henderson counties.

-Aldi grocery store in Asheville is building an 1,800-square-foot addition to its existing store on Patton Avenue, according to construction permits.

-Jamey Johnson will play New Mountain AVL on July 7; tickets are on sale now.

-The Grey Eagle will celebrate its 24th anniversary with a special show from 1-7 p.m. on June 4 featuring Floating Action and Songs From The Road Band. Tickets start at five bucks.

-Hi-Wire Brewing has announced the addition of Atlanta, Northwest Georgia, and Southwest Georgia to its distribution network, which will result in full geographic coverage in the state, according to a press release. To launch these new markets, Hi-Wire is partnering with Georgia Crown Distributing Co, with rollout events happening the first week of June.

-The next Asheville Outlets Flea for Y’all will be held from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Sunday at Asheville Outlets. The event highlights a special partnership with OpenDoors of Asheville, the selected nonprofit for the 2017 season, to which The Flea will make a donation at each event, according to a press release. The Flea takes over the tree-lined lot next to the Field and Stream store.

-Gan Shan Station has announced the launch of an on-site community Farmer’s Market beginning Saturday, June 3. The market will feature various producers, artists and select provisions from the restaurant, according to a press release. Open Saturdays from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. through the end of October, the Farmer’s Market at Gan Shan Station will offer a weekly neighborhood hub that is easily accessible for surrounding neighborhoods and communities. Brick-and-mortar businesses will have the opportunity to sell their products at the Farmer’s Market, a service that stores are unable to provide at Asheville’s local tailgate markets, the press release states.