Asheville Dining: Make Reservations Now
The Herb Society of America is hosting its annual meeting April 29 in Asheville. This national organization unites herbalists and is “dedicated to promoting the knowledge, use and delight of herbs through educational programs, research, and sharing the experience of its members with the community.
In a blog post, Paris Wolfe explores Chef Katie Button’s food offerings in Asheville and learns about her history and sustainability efforts.
“In a localvore city like Asheville, a great restaurant must serve local sustainable food. Nightbell goes even further in social responsibility. They offer living wages, health insurance and paid time off benefits. They compost and use LED bulbs.”
Wolfe is “enchanted” by Nightbell, starting with the craft cocktails: “How could I resist the Holly Golightly, named after Audrey Hepburn’s character in Breakfast at Tiffany’s,” and continuing to the food, innovative American small plates.
The meal at Spanish tapas bar Cúrate the next evening was incredible, and Wolfe states that tapas are her “new hobby” after visiting Nightbell and Cúrate.
If you’re visiting Asheville, either for the herb conference or just to absorb the unique culture, make your reservations now! Nightbell and Cúrate accept reservations up to 90 days in advance.
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