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Asheville Bar Fly: Buffalo Nickel

No visit to Boho West Asheville is complete without a stop at the “Buff Nick”, enjoy a chic craft beer in one of the few dog free bars on the Westside. Tuesday is trivia night, enjoy watching the finest minds in Asheville down cheap draft beer whilst outwitting themselves for your amusement. KIDS EAT FREE. So grab your hats and brats and head on down to The Buffalo Nickel.

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Burial is Appropriate Action for “Cajun-inspired” Food

On Sundays, in an odd tradition for a beer purveyor, Asheville's Burial Brewery hosts brunches. I sampled their 'Cajun-inspired' offerings recently.

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Asheville Publix Sneak Peek

Sushi at Asheville Publix

April 29th, 2015 at 7 am Publix will open doors to Asheville for the very first time. The store located at 1830 Hendersonville road in South Asheville will be the 1,101th store in the country. Citizens have been eagerly awaiting the much loved native Florida grocery store, and several are wondering if the store will live up to the hype. We got a sneak peek at the new store this morning that we are eager to share with our readers. 

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Asheville Food & Wine Pre-Fest Kicks Off May 1st

Asheville Food and Wine Fest

The Asheville Wine & Food Festival makes it possible to sample every delicious flavor Asheville has to offer.

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Bonfire Barbecue Set to Open in West Asheville

Bonfire Barbecue

Jeffrey Barcelona is an Asheville native that will be bringing barbecue to the citizens of west Asheville on May 1st. "We've been thinking of doing this for a few years," Barcelona explains, pointing to himself and his wife while sitting in a booth at the quickly progressing Bonfire Barbecue location on Patton Avenue. "We moved to Portland Oregon for a few years, and started up a food truck." Their food truck, which served fried chicken became wildly popular, voted one of the top 10 food trucks in Portland, and appeared on Food Network. Shortly after that, the couple sold the truck and moved back home to Asheville, explaining that it was much easier to start up a business when surrounded by friends and family. 

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Burial’s Backyard Barbecue with Buxton Hall Barbecue April 11

Burial Beer Company and Buxton Hall Barbecue

Saturday April 11 @ 2PM Burial will open their taproom but it won't be like every other Saturday. This marks the unveiling of their beer garden.

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Benefit For Chicken Rescue and Sanctuary at Katuah Market

Chicken Rescue and Sanctuary

Katuah Market and the Asheville Vegan Society are hosting a vegan fundraiser event to benefit the Chicken Rescue & Sanctuary on Sunday, March 29th from 4-6pm at Katuah Market located in Biltmore Station at 2 Hendersonville Road. 

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Dine To Be Kind March 10, 2015

Dine to be kind asheville

On March 10, over 60 Asheville area restaurants are donating 15% of their food and drink sales to Asheville Humane Society during the nonprofit's Dine To Be Kind 

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Vortex Doughnuts: Redux

Vortex Doughnuts

If you have been reading my reviews, you might remember I visited Vortex during opening week. To recap, I was not the most impressed with their heavy, greasy cake doughnuts but vowed to visit them again for a taste of their yeast, the gold standard of basic doughnut craftsmanship. I took that opportunity again recently.

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Edison Beer Dinner 2/26/15

Edison Beer Dinner

It's All About Great Food and Great Beer and how they are meant to be together
Featuring brews from Oskar Blues and the handiwork of chefs Philip Bollhoefer and Jake Schmidt, this four course dinner happening at the Omni Grove Park Inn minutes from Downtown Asheville is perfectly paired.

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