International Asheville Food Tour, a culinary trip around the globe lead by local bilingual blogger and foodie: Luis Carlos Serapio, from Descubre Asheville.
I love food, and I find it to be the best way to meet people and to make new friends. Where I come from, we always offer you food. I’m originally from Veracruz, México where my mother and grand mother made tortillas from fresh grind corn.
As a result, my desire to meet new cultures has taken me trough: Central America, India, México, Europe and South East Asia. No matter where I’m, food is always a bonding element. Asheville has some of the best restaurants in the country.
You are about to find out why Asheville is a culinary destination!
International Food Tour is for those looking for adventure: Indian, Italian, Mexican, Thai, Ethiopian cuisine, Artisan Liquors, Artisan Chocolate and more await for you.
Yes, you are about to try some of the best Asheville has to offer. Our culinary scene is rich in flavor and spice. At our participant restaurants we will try their food and learn about our dish.
On our walk around town I will give you tips on local attractions. I’m going to show you places with best views. I’ll show you My favorite local beer, my favorite pizza joint, tips on great artists galleries, where to catch a good music show, near by hikes, swimming holes, where to get a killer breakfast for less than $6 and more!
Things you should know about your host Luis:
- Wildest meal: Cobra in Java (Indonesia)
- Craziest story: Bitten by African Lion at 19
- Why I love Asheville? Because it’s one of the most beautiful places I have seen in the world, the seasons, the city, the mountains, the FOOD!
*Este tour también esta disponible en Español
*¡Descubre más eventos, sitios, comidas, tours, y curiosidades de Asheville en Carolina del Norte con Luis Carlos Serapio, un dedicado interprete enamorado de su vida a la maravillosa comunidad de Asheville!
Yamile nos estará ayudando a informarte sobre todo lo que pasa en Asheville en formato bilingüe ! Si amigos ustedes tambien pueden colaborar con nosotros enviándonos sugerencias o haciéndote guest blogger.
Si te interesa, enviarnos un mensaje y hagamos de Asheville una ciudad incluyente de los Latinos y con nuestra voz en ESPAÑOL!
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Yes folks, we want to do everything we can to make Asheville a city that is without a doubt inclusive of Latinos and ALL, it is for this purpose that I want to invite you to follow my friend Yamile and discover Asheville’s hottest spots, news, events and everything you want to know about our city EN ESPANOL and ENGLISH to include y’all !
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What up my peeps ! I hope you feeling goooooood. Personally, I feel winds of change are coming to Asheville. For real, everyday I meet more and more people interested in the idea of making this town the most inclusive city in America, and this makes me feel hopeful, as I see people doing the talk and doing the walk, then, I also see events like the first one in our weekend list and I LOVE IT !
*Best Cultural and diverse musical option this weekend
AC HOTEL, downtown Asheville on Saturday Sep-29
These tangueros live and love Asheville and they want to share their passion for tango ! Mexico, Uruguay and the U.S.A make the nationalities of the band members. Come and join us for a night of great music and awesome people. AC Hotel located downtown Asheville.
ASHEVILLE MUSIC HALL
Friday Sept 28
DR. BACON is a 7 Piece touring Appalachian Funk, Grass and Rock & Roll band. Blending incredibly diverse instrumentation with broad, deep musical influences, allows the band to perform a plethora of widely accessible, danceable music.
Tickets: $10.00 Genre: Funk/Rock Show: 9PM (Doors: 8:30PM) Ages: 21+
COFRESI-Edamame-Ryan Viser-Henry + The Invisibles. Saturday, September 29th
31 Patton Ave, Asheville, NC 28801. Starts at 9pm | 21+ | $12/15 Asheville Music Hall
Asheville After Dark presents the next edition of Perversions, a play party in West Asheville!
Join us on 28 September as once again we invade the Odditorium for our particular brand of weirdness – we’re bringing a spanking bench and St. Andrew’s Cross for impact play, we’ll have a massage table for fire or electrical play (or anything else you can think of), and we’ll have floor mats for rope work or rough body play. The Odditorium here
SALVAGE STATION (Sat-Sep-29) Cody Canada and The Departed Americana, rock, alt-country
Salvage Station here
The Orange Peel
THE ORANGE PEEL (FRIDAY -SEPT 28)
With My Piece Of Land, you get the sense that Amanda Shires has reached a personal pinnacle. This album is the creative milestone suited to accompany the recent milestones in her life: becoming a mother, developing into a true artist, and finally finding a home.
Mmmmm, here is more about the Orange Peel
Well friends, there you have it! If you want to support the idea of Asheville becoming a city that supports and embraces multiculturalism, here is a start. Follow our Facebook page and SHARE, SHARE !
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What up my people? want to see what is happening this weekend in AVL?
Let’s start with DOWNTOWN AFTER 5 !
West Coast hip hop outfit, The Pharcyde‘s debut album racked up more than a million sales and was widely praised as one of the most influential hip hop albums of the 1990s.
Grey Eagle, Israel Vibrations. Sabado 22 de septiembre
Reggae – Roots- Dub
More about The Grey Eagle here
THE ORANGE PEEL
FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 21 AT THE ORANGE PEEL
Tennessee’s Colony House make driving, often uplifting guitar-based rock. Formed in 2009, the group began as a trio with brothers singer/guitarist Caleb Chapman and drummer Will Chapman (sons of CCM singer/songwriter Steven Curtis Chapman) and guitarist Scott Mills. Calling themselves Caleb, they forged a bright indie rock sound influenced by alt-rock legends like U2, as well as more contemporary influences like Cold War Kids
ORANGE PEEL ON SATURDAY
Toledo always knew he would return to Twin Fantasy. He never did complete the work. Not really. Never could square his grand ambitions against his mechanical limitations. Listen to his first attempt, recorded at nineteen on a cheap laptop, and you’ll hear what Brian Eno fondly calls “the sound of failure” – thrilling, extraordinary, and singularly compelling failure.
Car Seat Headrest
plus Naked GiantsShow : 9pm Doors : 8pm $20 – $22 All Ages More about the Orange Peel here
ASHEVILLE MUSIC HALL
Saturday at the Asheville Music Hall
Genre: Bluegrass, Newgrass/Jamgrass/Yamgrass/Sam’sgrass, Wheat grass/Galaxygrass
Tickets: adv. $10 / dos. $13 More about Asheville Music Hall here
CATAWBA BREWING COMPANY – SOUTH SLOPE
Cartas a Abigail, en Catawba Brewing – South Slope
Letters To Abigail is an acoustic Americana band that combines heartfelt lyrics and silky harmonies to create a unique, and refreshing sound.
More about what happens at Catawba here
BANDA TRIBUTO A PINK FLOYD
Interstellar Echoes – A Tribute to Pink Floyd
Musician/Band · Atlanta, Georgia
The Southeast’s premier Pink Floyd Tribute band, Interstellar Echoes pride themselves on accurately reproducing the legendary catalog of Pink Floyd.
Ecos intergalácticos – banda tributo a Pink Floyd. Mas sobre Salvage Station here
There you have it folks, I’m sure there is much more happening in Asheville and if you would like to contribute go ahead send us your info, or write it your self and send as collaborating blogger. * no profanity obviously, and no more than 250 words, contact by Facebook for more details. #DescubreAsheville #LocalBilingualMedia
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