Martha Stewart's Asheville, North Carolina Travel Guide

Martha Stewart's Asheville, North Carolina Travel Guide

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This graceful Southern city is now attracting a fresh generation with an innovative, farm-driven food scene and a thriving design community. Read more: www.marthastewart.com/925598/asheville-north-carolina-travel-guide

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    Chef Katie Button opened this tapas place with her parents and Spanish husband after interning at Spain's renowned El Bulli.
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    Crowds gather for hearty breakfasts of ricotta hotcakes and huevos rancheros, but its pretty garden is a lovely place to wait.
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    A multidealer design warehouse, it gets fresh shipments of rugs and furniture -- ranging from midcentury pieces to European antiques -- almost every day.
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    This huge antiques emporium features well-styled (and well-priced) antiques from all over the South.
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    The focus here is ultralocal: Chef Jacob Sessoms makes his own country ham, and the mushrooms are foraged from the lowlying hills of the Appalachian Mountains.
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    This former chicken hatchery overlooking the French Broad River stuffs everything from banh mi tofu to mole roasted duck confit into its tortillas.
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    As its name suggests, this barbecue joint is known for its ribs, specifically baby backs infused with seasonal flavors such as roasted pumpkin and blueberry chipotle.
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