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Celebrating 10 Years of Taste: Taste of Asheville returns Nov. 15

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Asheville’s biggest culinary event celebrates its 10th Anniversary of bold flavors and palate pleasers.

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New Software Caters To Asheville Restaurants

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January marks a new era in the digital world of dining reservations.

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Calypso: St Lucian Caribbean Restaurant & Cocktail Bar

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On Tuesday the 20th of December, Calypso, Asheville's newest restaurant will open its doors, succeeding a long and storied history of some of Asheville's most popular hot spots at 18 North Lexington Avenue.

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Asheville Plant-Based Face-Off Puts Creativity on the Menu

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Asheville, already well-known for its vegan-friendliness, is taking the plant-based culinary experience in the city to the next level. The 1st Annual Asheville Plant-Based Face-Off, presented by Asheville Vegan Outreach and No Evil Foods and sponsored by VegFund, challenges Asheville restaurants and chefs to put their creativity to the test by offering innovative new vegan dishes. Up to 15 Asheville restaurants are participating, each creating a new menu item free of animal products and offering it to guests for the month of October 2016.

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WNC Cheese Trail’s Second Annual Carolina Mountain Cheese Fest Tickets on Sale

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Tickets for the WNC Cheese Trail’s second annual Carolina Mountain Cheese Fest are on sale starting today through the Festival website www.mountaincheesefest.com. Adult tickets (ages 12+) will remain at $12.00 and children under 12 are free. The fest will take place on Sunday, April 24, 2016 at Highland Brewing Company in Asheville NC from 12 p.m. - 4 p.m. This fun filled festival will include hands-on activities for kids and adults, panel discussions, workshops, vendors and cheesemakers. Tickets for additional beer and wine pairings are also on sale through the Festival website for an additional $10.00. 

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Asheville Small Plate Crawl Experience 2014

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Asheville is known for its great food, and especially for its local independent restaurants that feature a unique, eclectic variety of flavors that are far more sophisticated than may be expected in a small southern town.  What’s even more exciting than the food, perhaps, is that Asheville provides unique opportunities for locals and visitors to explore the culture and see what makes Asheville so special while having fun doing it.  The annual “small plate crawl” is one of those opportunities, and this year it did not disappoint.  Over 20 restaurants participated in this culinary tour, featuring special small-sized chef creations that highlight the essence of the restaurant and the Asheville food scene.

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