THE BEST DOWNTOWN ASHEVILLE RESTAURANTS
The S&W, and the beer served there, will authentically express the past, present, and future of Asheville.
This special place is perfect for showcasing our barrel-aged and sour beers, which emphasize local ingredients and are designed to give you a taste of place.
And, of course, the classics will be alongside them – Gaelic Ale and friends are always invited!
Buxton Chicken Palace is built around the famous Buxton Hall Fried Chicken Sandwich, and brought to you by James Beard nominees Elliott Moss and Meherwan Irani of Chai Pani Restaurant Group.
Four partners with a ton of culinary experience and a passion for Thai food started the Bun Intended food truck with a simple goal: serve unique, delicious Thai-inspired street food on steamed buns and bao to friends, family and fans in Asheville and WNC, while making a positive impact on the community.
The Fusion of Perú: Our commitment to the quality of food we serve is the key to our success. Serving up fresh stew, empanadas, panini’s and more.
Farm Dogs is a concept from Farmburger with grassfed sausages and hotdogs, and local pretzels. From our beef to our tomatoes to our compostable containers to our owners, Farm Dogs is sustainable, local, humane, and helping to reroute our food system to function more like an ecosystem than a corporation. Our goal is to connect soil, animal, plant, rancher, butcher, chef & customer…all in a simple chicken wire basket.
The Hop Ice Cream Cafe has been proudly serving Asheville, NC since 1978 with an imaginative yet classy array of Handcrafted 16% butterfat, hormone and antibiotic-free Dairy Ice Cream, completely from-scratch Vegan Ice Cream and Sorbet, fair-trade/organic Coffee and Espresso, unique specialty desserts and more.
The Times Bar is a trendy craft cocktail bar nestled in the heart of downtown Asheville, located in the historic S&W Cafeteria building. The team here specializes in both seasonally inspired + classic cocktails, and offers rotating local beer + import wine as well.
As the demand for healthier yet casual food options has grown, food halls have become increasingly popular. This popularity along with the lower startup operating expenses has created a prime opportunity for vendors (restaurateurs, food trucks, etc.) to locate themselves in food halls, where there is in many ways greater built-in foot traffic than even some stand-alone restaurant spaces.