Karen Donatelli Cake Designs opened the bakery and café in 2012 downtown Asheville featuring a daily bakery case with croissants, brioche cakes, and pastries made from the finest ingredients. The bakery is located at 57 Haywood Street, downtown Asheville, NC.
No job is too big or too small — whether it’s an awe-inspiring celebration or an early morning office meeting, Donatelli Cake Designs would love to create a confectionary centerpiece that will create inspired discussion long after the last bite.
From the hearts, minds and palate of the folks who gave us Limones comes En La Calle (translation: in the street) – Limones’ little sister bar whose sole purpose is to put a smile on that beautiful face of yours. We invite all guests to come visit us at 15 Eagle Street without a reservation, and you will be seated on a first come, first served basis.
COME TO MAMA! Mamacita’s serves up fresh, made from scratch Mexican cuisine in a casual, convenient downtown Asheville location. Mamacita’s is a locally owned, independent restaurant. Mama won’t let you go hungry!
Whether you are coming for a soul food fix or to venture out into the tasty fringes, our team (our family) are excited to electrify your taste buds and enchant your friends and family. Offering colorful and healthy Latin fare, Salsas lovingly prepares its eccentric dishes with the freshest local ingredients, sourced from over 50 local farmers. Chef Hector’s restaurant represents the evolution of Latin food on ‘restaurant row’ in downtown Asheville. In addition to its daily creative fare and colorful interior, Salsas offers handcrafted mixers, juices and made from scratch specials.
Table is a small, seasonal, New American restaurant in the heart of downtown Asheville. Always inventive and at times whimsical, chef Jacob Sessoms’ daily changing menu is inspired by a wealth of American culinary traditions, paying particular homage to the South. Upon opening the doors in 2005, Table committed to supporting, celebrating, and showcasing regional and sustainable agriculture. Jacob and his team foster long-standing relationships with farmers and purveyors in Western NC and throughout the Southeast.
Good times await in Asheville at the Lexington Avenue Brewery. Relax a while on our open air patio. Enjoy a craft beer and an incredible meal at the 92’ curving bar or a custom built dining table. Our historic downtown Asheville building provides the perfect atmosphere.
Nissan and other big companies, including McDonald’s and Walmart, are flexing their marketing muscles to reach the $1.2 trillion Hispanic consumer market. The population will account for about 11 percent of all purchasing power by 2017, according to projections by the Selig Center for Economic Growth.