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For starters, Hemingway’s Cuba – o La Cuba de Hemingway – is gorgeous. In my humble opinion, it has the best rooftop patio and panoramic views of the mountains in town. And it’s located right in the heart of downtown.

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We’re going to talk briefly about our visit with Stu Helm – who’s the most CHINGON/BADASS food critic. What do I mean? Well, if you’ve visited his site, you’ll quickly see he’s a real insider on the best places in town to chow down. On top of that, one time I joined him at a restaurant and noticed how nervous our waiter was to be serving Asheville’s food chingon. But, in reality, he need not worry – Stu is a very chill guy.

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Stu, just about to dive into the ceviche Cubano with fried plantains.  DELICIOSO, fresh, and with a flavor that reminds me of Mexican ceviche. I would one hundred percent recommend on a hot afternoon, when you want to eat something light and refreshing. It’s like a trip to the beach for your mouth.

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These empanadas are the best that I’ve had in Asheville. Yes, I’ve eaten many others in the city, but these were by far my favorite. Stu and I agree, and the empanada pastry was just flaky perfection. The seasoning on the chicken was also DIVINO.

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Mojito on the rocks – and served with the best views of the city. If you’re looking for a place to lounge, you can do it well here. Hemingway’s Cuba is the Latin restaurant with the best ambiance and views. It almost feels like Miami – but surrounded by mountains, instead of the beach.

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As you can see, this cut (of steak?) is quite Latino. What I mean by that is the American-style cut is much thicker. But this is so flavorful – with Caribbean touches like plantains and beans – called Moros con cristianos.

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Paella is a traditional dish from Spain that has an international following. The version here at Hemingway’s Cuba does not disappoint. It’s full of succulent rabbit and chicken. Paella a la Valenciana.

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There you have it friends, we are making Asheville multicultural one bite at a time!

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