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  • 9.4

    The Chocolate Fetish

    Chocolate Shop 36 Haywood St Asheville, NC

    People also say (39 tips):

    • Lynette F.
      Lynette Flythe: "The milk chocolate cashmoos are to die for! Also the pistachio frogs are outstanding as well as the raspberry round. Forget Godiva, this is the best chocolate!"
  • 9.4

    Biscuit Head

    Breakfast Spot 733 Haywood Rd Asheville, NC

    People also say (64 tips):

    • Lisa
      Lisa: "Everything!! Go hungry & be prepared to wait on line, but it's worth it. I did a swap out of egg for bacon & sadly got neither, so check your to-go orders. Berry Sangria was nice. #foodie"
  • 9.4

    Burial Beer Co.

    Brewery 40 Collier Ave Asheville, NC

    People also say (45 tips):

    • Jake B.
      Jake Bock: "Easily my favorite brewery in Asheville. Burial is an awesome, comfortable chill place to hang out and enjoy world-class beers in lots of different styles. Keep an eye out for regular weekly events!"
  • 9.3

    Sunny Point Cafe

    Breakfast Spot 626 Haywood Rd Asheville, NC

    People also say (132 tips):

    • Djaniella D.
      Djaniella D.: "Another must stop brunch spot in Asheville. Portions are huge, so maybe the long waits will help build your appetite ;) Nonetheless, chorizo omelette and the huevos rancheros are absolutely delicious."
  • 9.4

    The Orange Peel

    Rock Club 101 Biltmore Ave Asheville, NC

    People also say (54 tips):

    • Ericu D.
      Ericu Desu: "This place rocks! Seriously! Great venue and the staff can't be anymore friendly. Love going here every time they have a show that I just have to see, which is 🎶 Always always always! 🎶"
  • 9.4

    Highland Brewing Company

    Brewery 12 Old Charlotte Hwy Asheville, NC

    People also say (32 tips):

    • Dave O.
      Dave Olverson: "In the winter, their Cold Mountain seasonal brew cannot be beat! They have the whole brewery give their input on what spices to use each year, so it is always different, and always delicious."

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  • 9.5

    The Biltmore Estate

    Historic Site 1 Approach Rd Asheville, NC

    People also say (205 tips):

    • Wanna See It All
      Wanna See It All: "Its great to check out once. Kinda expensive, amusement park prices. Make their own beer & wine. They do offer audio tours for added price ~ worth it. Basement level was our fav part of house"
    • Sal S.
      Sal Scalia: "Come during cooler months because you will walk 6 to 8 miles if you tour the mansion and gardens. Photography is allowed but only with no flash. Wine tasting is included with your mansion tour ticket."
  • 9.3

    Harvest Records

    Record Shop 415 Haywood Rd Ste B Asheville, NC

    People also say (12 tips):

    • James
      James: "Excellent selection of both new and gently used vinyl. When picking up 'Goddess' by BANKS, they told me that they sometimes receive fan mail for her bc they share the name of her record label."
    • Kevin F.
      Kevin Fox: "When I visit new cities, I always go to the record stores. If I lived in Asheville (and who wouldn't), this place would be easy to frequent."
  • 9.3

    Appalachian Vintner

    Wine Shop 745 Biltmore Ave #121 Asheville, NC

    People also say (12 tips):

    • Robby W.
      Robby Willey: "The owners are very knowledgable about local beer & wine. Geoff will spend a lot of time discussing his beer preferences and discussing what sets them apart. Great bottle & tap selection. Must visit."
    • Tracey S.
      Tracey Saelen: "Great beer selection. We come here every time we are in town. Local brews are plentiful & they have a few selections on tap so you can drink a pint while you shop!"

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