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Elizabeth Foley, 
general manager of 
The Chocolate Fetish.

The Chocolate Fetish Wins National Awards

Local business, The Chocolate Fetish earned 15 medals at the International Chocolate Salon’s 2014 Awards Competition. The awards won include one Gold Medal, eight Silver Medals, seven Bronze Medals, and two Honorable Mentions. The medals recognize excellence in a variety of categories including Most Artistic Designs, Most Luxurious Chocolate Experience, and Best Taste. Awards are …

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Café 64 on Haywood Street in downtown Asheville.  
Photo: Kelsey Jensen

Café 64 – That Special Place for Breakfast and Lunch

by Susan Devitt If you enjoy traveling you might agree that the food is critical to your overall experience. Asheville is definitely a town that showcases food as a huge part of the destination. If you live here, maybe you’ve noticed that traveling to other towns can be a letdown in the joy of eating. …

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green room exterior

The Green Room Café

Are you looking for a dining experience that includes: scrumptious food, made fresh with local ingredients, prepared and served to you with personalized service, in a cozy relaxing ambiance? You will find exactly that and more at The Green Room Café. Hendersonville’s premier live dinner music venue, The Green Room Café, specializes in artisan crafted …

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Authentic Philly Cheesesteaks.

Lenny’s Sub Shop Would Make Dagwood Proud

by Dennis Ray Pile it on! Never have the words “More Food, More Taste, More Personality,” ever rang more true. After years of dainty panini domination for lunchtime sandwiches here in Asheville, Lenny’s Sub Shop moves the trend toward the big, the overflowing, and the incredibly stuffed. Their large version is 15 inches long and …

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