Last Fall, I visited Asheville’s Historic Biltmore Village – it was a wonderful trip where I got to experience the best of Asheville with some fellow bloggers from around the Southeast. You can read a full recap of my visit here!

If you’re not familiar with the Historic Biltmore Village, check out my blog post above. I give a brief rundown of the colorful history of this Asheville gem, as well as tons of info on where to stay, eat, and shop during your visit.

As a recap – Biltmore Village is a unique Southern destination in one of Asheville’s most historic settings. You can find world-class shopping combined with some fantastic local restaurants and lodging. It’s a must-stop on any upcoming trips to Asheville!

Coming up in just a few weeks, Historic Biltmore Village is hosting a farm-to-table dinner benefitting the Appalachian Sustainable Agriculture Project. This Asheville non-profit works to promote education and awareness of local farming, build a community around sustainable food, and provide a connection between farmers and foodies in the area.

Multiple restaurants and businesses at the Historic Biltmore Village are coming together to make this dinner a reality – not only are they supporting a great cause, but providing attendees with some amazing samples of locally grown North Carolina food. A few of the participating businesses include Red Stag Grill (we enjoyed an amazing dinner here on my Asheville trip), The Cantina (a family-owned Mexican staple), and breweries like Catawba and Hi-Wire.

The Farm to Table Dinner will feature 5 courses served under the stars right in the middle of Biltmore Village. Guests of the dinner will be able to meet local business owners, chefs, and farmers to get an up-close-and-personal look at Asheville’s finest!

Tickets are limited to the first 100 people – so if you’re interested in attending, get your tickets now! This would be the perfect weekend trip to kick off the fall.

Tickets for the Farm to Table Dinner at Historic Biltmore Village can be purchased here – see below to learn more!

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