We offer a complimentary onsite hot breakfast daily for all guests. Our fresh breakfast includes selections like hot eggs, waffles, breakfast meats, biscuits and gravy, cereals, bagels, pastries, yogurt, seasonal fruit, and freshly brewed coffee. For lunch and dinner, head out to some of the many restaurants within walking distance or just a short drive away. Stone Ridge Tavern, Apollo Flame Bistro, Pad Thai Asheville, and Starbucks are just a few of the restaurants near Comfort Suites Outlet Center.
Dine in the comforts of your own suite. Some local restaurants that deliver to us are Pad Thai Asheville, Del Vecchios Italian, Asheville Pizza & Brewing Company, Mary's Burritos, China Taste and Savory Thyme Café.
With such a diverse range of foods reflecting the local culture and culinary influences, Asheville dining offers an eclectic selection for every palate. Some of the best local restaurants in town include Tupelo Honey, serving creative comfort foods, 12 Bones Smokehouse, an Asheville BBQ institution, and Sunset Terrace, which offers American classics overlooking the Smoky Mountains. Lastly, no trip to Asheville is complete without dining at Buxton Hall Barbecue.
Asheville NC is no stranger to beer, housing over 15 different local craft beer breweries in town alone. While in town, make sure to set out to visit a few local favorites ranging from hoppy IPA's to dark ales. New Belgium Brewery offers tasty brews, tours, and food. Asheville Brewing Company has downtown's largest patio, award-winning craft brews, and pizza. Green Man Brewery is a popular hangout for locals, and Burial Brewery serves up Belgian beers like crisp blonde ales and saisons. Wicked Weed Brewery is great for hoppy ales and barrel aged sours.
For those that want to spend the day pairing your favorite beers with delicious culinary delights, there are plenty of local breweries that indeed serve food. Make your way to New Belgium Brewery, Asheville Pizza & Brewing Company, Wicked Weed Brewery, Blue Mountain Pizza and Brew Pub, and Lexington Avenue Brewery for the best craft beers served with a meal.
The Asheville Outlet Mall is open Monday through Saturday 10 AM to 9 PM, Sunday 11 AM to 6 PM. Expect to find all your favorite mall stores like The Gap Factory, Express Factory Outlet, Forever 21, Nike, Brooks Brothers, Field and Stream, Dillards, Carter's and Bath & Body Works, along with high-end retail outlets like Coach, Vera Bradley, West Elm and Cole Haan.
Asheville's unique neighborhoods make this a fun shopping destination. From downtown's eclectic boutiques to high-end shops, you'll be sure to find your fashion while in town. Biltmore Park offers stores like Talloni, A Shoe Salon, and Bette. Firestorm Café & Books in West Asheville offers a wide variety of books paired with vegetarian cuisine. Head downtown to Blue, and find creative jewelry pieces and accessories to bring home.
This beer lover's paradise rolls out beer festivals all year long. Starting in January, over 40 breweries contribute to the Winter Warmer Beer Festival in Asheville. In March, head to Sour Fest for a weeklong festival at Thirsty Monk Brewery for a pucker up challenge to celebrate the local sour beers. Brewgrass, USA Today nominated as one of the 10 Best National Beer Fests, showcases more than 120 different beers from over 40 regional and national breweries and bluegrass musicians, held annually in September.
Yes, Asheville has about 15 wineries within city limits and in the neighboring North Carolina Mountains and Foothills. You can sample varietals from this region at Biltmore Winery, Addison Farms Vineyard, South Creek Winery, Silver Fork Winery and Lake James Cellars, just to name a few.