Asheville Restaurant Week: January 19-28, 2016
During Asheville Restaurant Week, you would be hard pressed to find a restaurant that doesn’t embrace the key tenets of farm-to-table dining. Asheville is home to nearly 250 independent restaurants, 20 regional tailgate markets and a growing number of craft breweries. Our commitment to using fresh, locally-sourced ingredients, has earned Asheville the designation as one of the top ten food and wine destinations in the United States.
Now you can enjoy our tastiest cuisine during Asheville Restaurant Week, taking place January 19–28, 2016. Participating restaurants will offer a prix fixe menu ranging from $15–$30 per person.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is Asheville Restaurant Week?
Asheville Restaurant Week is your opportunity to try as many great Asheville restaurants as your schedule allows for four incredibly low fixed prices. Ever wondered about that restaurant you thought might be out of your price range? Asheville Restaurant Week is your chance to give it a try with the security of knowing exactly what you will be spending.
How much are the meals during Asheville Restaurant Week?
Restaurants will offer either:
- Lunch: $15 two-course meal for one person.
- Dinner: $30 three-course meal for one person.
- Dinner: $30 two-course meal for two or
- Dinner: $20 two-course meal for two.
Where do I make reservations?
Reservations are made at each individual restaurant. Click on the “make a reservation” link next to each restaurant. Not every restaurant accepts reservations, so be sure to contact the restaurant if you are unsure.
Where can I find information for staying overnight?
Asheville has something for everyone, from intimate bed and breakfasts, world-class hotels, or cozy mountain cabins. To find an overnight accommodation for you, browse the lodging section of ExploreAsheville.com.
Are there any additional costs I should be aware of when dining out during Asheville Restaurant Week?
Please keep in mind that beverage, tax and gratuity are not included in the special pricing. There may be some restaurants that do offer a beverage, consult individual menus for specifics. Gratuity, however, is never included and the wait staff work very hard this week. Please tip generously, it’s good karma!
Will the restaurant offer their regular menu as well as Asheville Restaurant Week’s special menu?
What are they serving?
It depends on the restaurant. Each restaurant has created a customized menu. Every menu is a depiction of each chefs culinary talents and the type of food that restaurant specializes in.
Do I need to make reservations at the participating restaurants?
Yes! We prefer you do and strongly recommend it! Please click on “make a reservation” next to the restaurants of your choice. It will either take you to Open Table or the restaurants’ reservation system.