CÚRATE BAR DE TAPAS
A downtown Asheville staple for over a decade. Enjoy classic Spanish tapas, carefully-selected wine, and a lively and memorable experience.
CÚRATE AT HOME
Shipping Curate to doorsteps nationwide. From classic tapas favorites like pan con tomate, to Spanish specialty items - it’s the best of Spain, at home!
LA BODEGA BY CÚRATE
Spanish-style cafe, market and soon-to-be wine bar, located in downtown Asheville.
No reservations needed!
CÚRATE TRIPS
Expertly-led small group journeys with incomparable access to the best wine and food in Spain, Portugal, and Morocco.

WELCOME TO CÚRATE

Cúrate is a collection of restaurants, online marketplace, and culinary journeys designed to create exceptional and experiential access to Spanish culture. The adventure began when husband and wife team, Katie Button and Felix Meana, opened their nationally acclaimed flagship, Cúrate Bar de Tapas, in 2011 in Asheville, North Carolina. With over a decade of sharing the flavors and culinary traditions of Spain with guests, the Cúrate brand now includes La Bodega by Cúrate, a cafe, Spanish market and wine bar; Cúrate Trips, incomparable access to the best wine and food in Spain, Portugal, and Morocco; and Cúrate at Home and Cúrate Spanish Wine Club, online retail marketplaces providing access to Spanish food, wine and culture at home, across the nation. Cúrate is part of the Katie Button Restaurants family, which also includes Katie Button Media and Magnolia Network’s current Workshops and forthcoming series, featuring James Beard Foundation Award-nominated Katie Button, launching in late 2021.

COVID-19 POLICY

Our restaurants are following all state and county mandates and CDC best practices in regards to the COVID-19 pandemic. Currently, Buncombe County requires mask-wearing indoors in public spaces, and the CDC recommends that individuals who are not fully vaccinated continue to take preventative measures including wearing a mask, staying 6 feet apart, and washing hands. All employees are Count on Me NC-certified. We ask that guests who have a temperature of over 99F, feel unwell, or have been around people diagnosed with COVID-19 to please stay home.