FOOD NEWS: New Owners, New Menus, FREE LUNCH!

I try to be a conduit of local Food News, so please check StuHelmFoodFan.com often to see what’s new and coming up in the amazing food scene of Asheville and WNC. People with Food News that they would like for me to pass along to the readers and eaters, please send me you press releases to StuHelmAVL@gmail.com, and be sure to include a graphic or photo of some kind.


THE FOOD NEWS


THIS JUST IN: From the Good Folks at Eliada Homes

Don’t miss this exciting event!
This is your opportunity to learn about Eliada’s services, hear about our children’s success, and see how important our history of service has been to this community.  You’ll also get to meet Eliada’s new CEO, Cindy Davis-Bryant!

 

This is a FREE event! We do get a full house, so register as soon as possible to ensure your seat.  We’ll provide lunch and a packed hour full of moving stories and inspiration!
Register at Eliada.org/rsvp.
This year’s theme is “Eliada Home is Where the Heart is.” We’ll be sharing stories of children and young adults who found a sense of home and family while at Eliada.
 
What you need to know!
DATE:

Thursday, March 22nd

TIME:
12-1 PM

LOCATION:

Crowne Plaza Expo Center
1 Resort Drive
Asheville, NC 28806

REGISTER:
Eliada.org/rsvp.

If you have been recruited by a Table Captain, or know who you would like to sit with, don’t forget to include their name when registering, so you are seated together.


THIS JUST IN: Asheville Icon Early Girl Eatery Welcomes New Owners

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Asheville, NC, March 22, 2018On March 21, Asheville’s iconic farm-to-table restaurant, Early Girl Eatery, welcomed new owners Jesson and Cristina Gil. Residents of Fairview and owners of Winter View Farm, the Gils also own Blackbird restaurant at 47 Biltmore Ave.

“The opportunity to continue Early Girl’s legacy is something we are extremely excited about,” says Jesson Gil. “We love being a part of Asheville’s incredible restaurant scene. We plan to continue Early Girl’s tradition of warm hospitality and delicious food made with local ingredients.”

Early Girl, located in downtown Asheville at 8 Wall Street, opened in 2001. Offering a menu of traditional Southern favorites with plenty of vegetarian options, the restaurant serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Throughout the years, the establishment has earned mentions in Southern LivingBon Appetit, The Wall Street Journal, and National Geographic Traveler.

Early Girl Eatery is open Monday through Wednesday, 7:30 a.m.-3:00 p.m.; Thursday and Friday, 7:30 a.m.-9:00 p.m.; and Saturday and Sunday, 8:00 a.m.-9:00 p.m.

ABOUT EARLY GIRL EATERY

Located at 8 Wall Street in downtown Asheville, Early Girl Eatery is locally owned by Jesson and Cristina Gil. Established in 2001, the restaurant offers delicious southern food in a casual, charming atmosphere. Reservations are available for dinner by phone at 828-259-9292

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THIS JUST IN: From our Friends at 67 Biltmore Avenue Downtown Eatery and Catering!

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We’ve got an Updated Breakfast Menu to Share!

If you love breakfast and, like us, believe that it’s the most important meal of the day…we’ve got some great news:
OUR UPDATED BREAKFAST MENU IS COMPLETE! 
See below for the goods and we’ll see you in the morning!

If you would like to download the menu, please click here

We’re almost finished updating our Catering Menu which will be coming out in the next few days!  Stay tuned!

If you’re thinking of planning an event or holding a meeting and need either full service catering or a delivery, give us a call!  We’ve got tons of great options and love to create custom menus for clients to make events easy and delicious!
Give us a call to start the process 828.252.1500
or email us at hello@67biltmore.com

For more information on our catering services, click HERE!

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Asheville Food Tours


From left: Chef Jacob Sessoms of Table; Chef William Dissen, The Market Place; Chef Steven Goff, Standard Foods; Chef Katie Button, Curate; Chef Joe Scully, Chestnut and Corner Kitchen; Stu Helm; Chef John Fleer, Rhubarb; Chef Karen Donatelli, Donatelli Bakery; Chef Peter Pollay, Posana Cafe; and Chef Matt Dawes, Bull & Beggar./ Photo by STEWART O'SHIELDS for ASHVEGAS.COM

From left: Chef Jacob Sessoms of Table; Chef William Dissen, The Market Place; Chef Steven Goff, Standard Foods; Chef Katie Button, Curate; Chef Joe Scully, Chestnut and Corner Kitchen; Stu Helm; Chef John Fleer, Rhubarb; Chef Karen Donatelli, Donatelli Bakery; Chef Peter Pollay, Posana Cafe; and Chef Matt Dawes, Bull & Beggar./ Photo by STEWART O’SHIELDS for ASHVEGAS.COM

Stu Helm is an artist, writer, and podcaster living in Asheville, NC, and a frequent diner at local restaurants, cafes, food trucks, and the like. His tastes run from hot dogs and mac ‘n’ cheese, to haute cuisine, and his opinions are based on a lifetime of eating out. He began writing about food strictly to amuse his friends on Facebook.

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