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The wood-burning oven enhances the natural flavors 
of the restaurant’s pizzas.

Brixx Wood Fired Pizza

by Susan Devitt Asheville prides itself on restaurants, beer, locals, beer, outdoors and beer. Brixx Wood Fired Pizza fits in nicely and I’ll tell you why. A locally owned pizzeria, with a terrific brew selection, a large outdoor seating area and an incredibly original pizza menu, Brixx in south Asheville should be your next go-to …

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Bogart’s serves steaks, chicken, seafood, burgers, sandwiches, wraps, soups and salads.

Bogart’s Restaurant and Tavern

by Susan Devitt Between the Great Smoky Mountains and the Blue Ridge Mountains, lies the town of Waynesville, NC. This gem of a town is known for its epic views, scaling mountain ridges, and endless sky, as yet untouched by the onslaught of viral development of our beloved Asheville. Like Asheville, Waynesville is a destination …

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Mother Earth Produce makes it easier to 
eat local and organic food.

Mother Earth Produce to Turn Three

It’s no surprise that a couple of educators are behind a local company’s quest to help Upstate and Western North Carolina residents learn about the bounty of our local fields and farms. Graham and Andrea Duvall, the owners of Asheville-based Mother Earth Produce (MEP), combined to turn their background in instruction—hers in the classroom and …

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Limited Edition Chocolate High Heel Shoes

Limited Edition Chocolate Shoes at The Chocolate Fetish

in Honor of Domestic Violence Awareness Month The Chocolate Fetish® has joined a nationwide movement to bring attention to domestic violence with the creation of Limited Edition Chocolate High Heel Shoes and a unique partnership with Helpmate. The proceeds from the sale of each Limited Edition Chocolate Shoe will be donated to Helpmate, a local …

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