Econo Lodge Biltmore
190 Tunnel Road
Asheville, NC 28805
Phone: (828) 254-9521
Fax: (828) 254-9521x63
190 Tunnel Road, Asheville, NC, US, 28805
- Phone: (828) 254-9521
- Fax: (828) 254-9521x63
Bars & Cafes
What's a morning without coffee? Just drop by at the Dripolator Coffeehouse on your way to work and consume caffeine in its most delicious form. Formerly the Indigenous Tea Room, this place now serves up all kinds of teas, coffees, pastries, desserts and smoothies, as well as full meals. Another Dripolator Coffeehouse is located in Black Mountain, but the Ashville outlet is larger and has a full kitchen.
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.
Beer lovers take note: the bar here is lined with 42 taps dispensing brew from the world over. The first of three Barley's built in the South, this neighborhood pub is the place to come for a casual night out with friends. The decor is typical pool hall, but here this is appropriate. There are several pool tables as well and dartboards around for entertainment while patrons sample the ales, stouts and pilsners. The pizza choices go far beyond pepperoni; toppings include sun-dried tomatoes, andouille sausage and tofu.
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.
BoBo Gallery is a unique art gallery that showcases art in all its forms under one roof. BoBo dazzles with its vibrant ambiance, bright lights and an extensive array of spirits: sake, brew, wine and even coffee. Sip on some wine as you attend a literary session or appraise the art exhibits adorning the walls. A variety of live acts, DJ nights and music performances make sure you come back again and again. You're sure to come across a hoard of art enthusiasts and intellectuals who live, breathe and drink art! Check website for more details regarding current and upcoming events and exact show times.
There are sword duels and then there are gun duels, but have you ever heard of a piano duel? It's exactly what you think it is - two highly skilled pianists facing off while the audience cheers on. They play songs requested by the audience and you may be surprised at how much they know. Trained to know thousands of songs ranging from contemporary hits to songs from fifty years ago, the humorous pianists will liven up your night, guaranteed. While enjoying the show, be sure to grab some of the most delicious drinks presented in the region.
Treat yourself to some serious jazz and smashing cocktails. Many special events including benefits, charity events, art openings and holiday celebrations are hosted at this bar. New Year's Eve, Helpmate Benefit, Valentine's Day, July 4th Anniversary and Mardi Gras are only some of the annual parties to look forward to. Music starts after 9p and the crowd gets into the groove by 10. Feel free to visit their non-smoking V.I.P. Lounge upstairs if you want to chill, or just dance all night to the swingin' Blues.
On a wooded street in downtown Asheville, Sazerac blends up signature cocktails alongside one-of-a-kind small plates that showcase the inventive drive behind their mixologists and chefs. The decidedly vibrant crowd shuffles between the rooftop patio and downstairs bar while waiters ferry truffled popcorn and mojito mussels along with the bar's own Snapdragon cocktail and their eponymous Sazerac. Get their early and catch a phenomenal sunset with a drink in hand.
Just a short walk from Pack Square, this is an intimate neighborhood pub with a Celtic spin. English style ales are brewed on site and live music featuring Irish tunes or mountain music gets toes tapping Wednesday through Sunday. Bread, cheese & chutney makes a great light lunch or supper and Beef & Guinness Stew or Scilly Island Fish Cakes will stick to your ribs. Wash down a plate of fish and chips with a pint of stout and you'll swear things are looking just a tad greener around town. On Sunday the bar opens at 3p.
The One Stop Deli & Bar is a concert venue, deli and bar located in downtown Asheville. The deli menu consists of a number of specialty sandwiches featuring new creations and classic favorites or create your own sandwich from the numerous options available. Many of the meats are smoked and cured in-house while much of the produce comes from nearby farms. Many of the beers provided at their full-service bar are local brews. Local, regional and national bands grace The One Stop's stage.
Although the atmosphere is minimalist with wood floors, industrial type lighting and dark walls, the food is anything but minimal. Instead the menu features a wide variety of dishes, all with a complex and delicious mixture of flavors such as the Vanilla French Toast, Bourbon and Maple Pears with Vanilla Creme Fraiche for brunch. Or for dinner, indulge in the NC tile fish, hickory smoke crab, local melon, watercress and curry vinaigrette. The venue is cozy, so make a reservation and enjoy the personal service.
Whether it is a full meal or just a slice of pizza that you want, you will be more than satisfied with this "Mellow" experience in downtown Asheville. Located in an old gas station, the ambiance alone is enough to put a smile on your face. The pizzas and calzones are made with spring water dough and baked on stone. Fresh ingredients include jerk chicken, artichoke hearts, portobello mushrooms, sun dried tomatoes, green peppers, pineapple and tempeh. Sandwiches are also available. Great outdoor dining is available on one of Asheville's busiest streets.