Over the last decade things have blown up here in Foodtopia, and visiting Asheville’s most popular restaurants is not as easy as it once was. The top restaurants in Asheville are busier than ever, which is good for them and good for the local economy, but not as convenient for the enthusiastic eater who wants to check them out. Well, winter food tours are a great solution for locals and for folks visiting Asheville during this slower time of year.
Thursday through Saturday we offer our High Roller Tours, featuring at least seven of Asheville’s most popular restaurants all in one segment. At this time of year, tours tend not to sell out and Asheville’s best restaurants aren’t as busy, making it an ideal time to check out our Asheville food tour experience. With less demanding levels of business, you get more time to interact with our expert culinary guides and the staff of these Asheville restaurants, who also have more time and energy to give.
On one single food tour at this time of year you get the chance to meet James Beard nominated chefs like Katie Button, John Fleer or Jacob Sessoms at Nightbell, Rhubarb or Table respectively. You also have the chance to visit many more of Asheville’s most popular restaurants on our Thursday through Saturday tours, including Cucina 24, Zambra, Strada Italiano, Isa’s Bistro, Modesto Asheville, Santé Taproom, Sovereign Remedies and more of Asheville’s most popular restaurants currently scheduled on these days.
There’s absolutely no other way to get this much experience of the Asheville food scene in one afternoon. Moreover, the next time you venture out to eat you’ll have a better idea of where you want to go. Check out our calendar to book a tour, and get in touch if you have any questions!