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Beer, Bites, and Bands in Historic Biltmore Village

Beer, Bites, and Bands in Historic Biltmore Village

Restaurants and breweries in Historic Biltmore Village have come together to create a new and unique event. Two local breweries and 8 local restaurants have joined together to promote ”Beer, Bites, and Bands” to be held April 4 & 5 from 5:00 PM – 10:00 PM at the two brewery locations.

On both evenings, customers will have the opportunity to sample craft beers from Catawba Brewing Company located at 19 Brook Street and French Broad Brewery located at 101 Fairview Street. In addition to the beer, food from eight different Biltmore Village restaurants will be provided along with live music.

On Friday night, at both brewery locations, food will be featured by: Moe’s Original BarBQue, Village Wayside, Corner Kitchen and Fig’s Bistro.  Friday night’s entertainment at French Broad will be Todd Cecil & Black South and Eleanor Underhill & Friends at Catawba Brewing Company. Saturday night’s fare will be provided by The Cantina, Katuah Marketplace, Ruth’s Chris and Rezaz. Performing at French Broad on Saturday will be Tina and Her Pony, while John Henry’s Jazz Band will be performing at Catawaba Brewing.

The ticket price of $25 per person, per night includes 3 flights of beer, food, commemorative T-shirt and music at both breweries. Tickets are limited to 100 for each night. Tickets will be available at www.eventbrite.com and at the breweries. For more information, please go to www.historicbiltmorevillage.com.

About Historic Biltmore Village: Located directly across from the world famous Biltmore Estate, The Historic Biltmore Village is truly one of the south’s most unique touring and shopping environments. The Village features a collection of independent, regional and national retailers along with the most sought after restaurants and outstanding lodging. It’s the perfect night out for foodies, brews and friends. It’s a must see site for history buffs and architecture aficionados. In short, it’s a destination like no other.

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One comment

  1. stephen@ruxly.com'

    The Biltmore Village is certainly a great place to spend a pleasant Spring evening. I’m pretty bummed though, because I was not able to make it to the Beer, Bites, and Bands events. I’m just hoping that they do something like this again soon, although you never really have to look far to find fun events like this in the city of Asheville. It does sound like the food must have been great at these events too!

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