15 Rockwood Rd., Fletcher, NC, US, 28732
- Phone: (828) 687-9199
- Fax: (828) 684-4789
If your perfect meal entails sitting outside with some good, down home BBQ and a frosty microbrew, then you will want to check this place out. At 12 Bones, the meat is slowly smoked to perfection. Choose from chicken, pulled pork, beef brisket and baby back ribs (full or half racks). A typical order includes two sides and cornbread, so you definitely won't leave hungry. You can also place to-go orders for any of the meats (sold by the pound) and sides (sold by the pint and quart).
When the owners of Wicked Weed, the Guthy's and the Dickinson's started this brewpub, they wanted to revolutionize the concept of what people would know it to be. Within a short while of opening, the word about this place traveled through the city and its popularity quickly spread! The Wicked Weed restaurant is housed inside the same building as the brewery, downstairs in the basement. The menu features contemporary cuisine with international influences. Everything served here is crafted to go along perfectly with any of their beers. Guided tours are arranged for those who are interested in visiting the establishment.
With a 942 person capacity and state-of-the-art sound and light facilities, the Orange Peel Social Aid and Pleasure Club is your pick for the day. It is the favorite live music hall and concert venue, featuring all kinds of stage performances and cultural acts. Famous personalities and bands, such as Bob Dylan, Damien Rice and Flaming Lips have performed here. The atmosphere is ideal for any kind of show. In fact, you can even host private parties and events here. Grab a bite at the in-house restaurants or have a drink or two at the beautifully designed bar after the event.
Mo Daddy's is a popular bar and grill that is famous for not only the southern charm it radiates , but also for its impressive line-up of live acts. Feast your ears to a host of genres like country, new wave, indie and experimental among others as you dig into delectable peach cobblers and waffles with creamy sauce and honey or try one of their succulent chicken dishes. Sip on a drink as you tap your feet to the rhythms spun by the DJs. The joint is open throughout the week. Call for more details regarding current and upcoming events and exact timings.
With a wide array of unique spices, dishes with a flair of local flavor, Mela offers the very best of authentic Indian cuisine in Asheville. In addition to a sumptuous selection of original dishes including The Mela Lamb Curry and The Kozi Milagu Chettinad, going to Mela is a total sensory experience. With a full bar, late night appetizers and salsa dancing, Mela stands out not only as a restaurant, but a happening night spot as well.
A respectable number of dishes prepared from pork, beef and chicken are laid out for those who come to dine at ED Boudreaux's. While the main course includes only steak and barbecue, variety can be found in the appetizers and salads. With 140 different beers to choose from, one is spoilt for choice with the drinks. If a light snack is what your appetite craves for, sandwiches too are a part of the menu. If on a diet, vegetarian dishes are also available. Pies, brownies and puddings form the highlight of the dessert menu.
Chestnut is located in a building that is more than a few decades old. In keeping with the theme of the property, the restaurant also sports a sophisticated ambiance with old-world charm. High ceilings, lamp shades, comfortable booths in the center and chair and sofa seating spread out along the sides gives this place a spacious feel. Streaming sun rays from the windows combined with the dim light of the lamps give this place a cozy touch. The menu here features contemporary American fare with several seafood dishes as well. The roasted local beet and goat cheese salad, lime and jerk seared coastal flounder and the ‘Stroganoff style’ beef tips are good orders. On Sundays, you can drop by here with the family to enjoy a leisurely brunch.
At Hannah Flanagan's you will find the locals turning up some of the finest Irish (and otherwise) draft and bottled beers available. This place offers an evening of fun and entertainment in a traditional Irish-style pub, located in the heart of downtown Asheville. Pub fare specialties include such dishes as Corned Beef & Cabbage and Shepherds Pie, a plate full of lamb, carrots and peas, covered by mashed potatoes and cheddar cheese. Enjoy the large outdoor dining area and catch live music throughout the week and weekend.
Culinary delights from many Mediterranean countries await you at Jerusalem Garden cafe. You can savor delicacies from Israel, Morocco, Lebanon, Egypt and Turkey while being entertained Mediterranean style. Dinner on Fridays and Saturdays is particularly good, for that is when you get to experience live Moroccan music and be amazed by the skill of belly dancers. Lamb shawarma, hummus and tabouleh wraps, mango curry shrimp and Jordanian chicken are just a few of the dishes you can gorge on. With plenty of options for vegetarians as well as meat lovers, this restaurant has something for everyone. You can end the Mediterranean meal on a sweet note with confections like baklava.
If you like to watch exciting sporting events on a large screen as you chat with friends and sip on a few drinks, College Street Grill and Pub is where you should be! A typical Sports bar, you can take your fill of refreshing beer as you tap your feet to some dazzling music and enjoy a live gig or two from time to time. The menu is limited, so you might want to peruse it beforehand. The service is satisfactory and the drinks are cheap but good. Call for more details on current and upcoming events and exact timings.
This cafe in downtown Asheville serves Southern fare prepared with the freshest local produce and an experimental twist. It is tough not to overeat when you are faced with the wide variety of delicacies. Enjoy the appetizers and entrees—the grit cakes, fried green tomatoes, pancakes, nutty fried chicken and Smoked Jalapeño Ribeye are all delicious. Give in to temptation as you opt for a banana pudding, brownie sundae or Tupelo Honey Frozen Custard. Unfortunately, the establishment does not accommodate parties of more than seven, so plan any social outing accordingly.
Rabbit food? No, not at this little cafe! You can smell the fresh baked bread when you walk in the door. Fruits, vegetables and herbs from mainly local organic farmers are cut, diced, sliced, grilled and cooked into many wonderful dishes. Tempt yourself with hearty sandwiches, soups, salads and entrees in a variety of flavors that originate from many regions in the world. Desserts of all types offer a yummy finale to your meal. The decor is quaint and earthy.