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37 Paynes Way Asheville, NC 28801
37 Paynes WayUSNorth CarolinaAsheville28801
(828) 575-9443thebullandbeggar.com
Restaurant, Cocktail Bar
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Cocktail Bar
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Today 5–10PM
Thursday 5–10PMFriday 5–11PMSaturday 5–11PMSunday 5–10PMMonday 5–10PMTuesday 5–10PMWednesday 5–10PM
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PLEASE USE THE MAP ON OUR WEBSITE FOR DIRECTIONS .The Bull and Beggar is the newest addition to the River Arts District dining scene.  Chef Matt Dawes (former co-chef of Table) and Drew Wallace (creator of The Admiral) opened The Bull and Beggar in July of 2013 with a focus on time tested service and recipes presented in a polished manner. 

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High-end New American fare & wine offered in a bi-level, warehouse-chic setting.- Google
"The trout was delicious, especially the mushrooms."
"Great service at the bar and genuinely friendly people throughout."
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Jake Orr
3 weeks ago
Great service at the bar and genuinely friendly people throughout. Thoughtful menu of the best local and imported ingredients. Beautifully reclaimed interior. Can't recommend enough.
Matt Ryan
3 months ago
I was there for dinner on Sunday. Not easy to find, but definitely worth the effort. A beautiful setting and exceptional service. The Civet de Cerf is the last meal I want to eat on this earth.
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Kyle Nicholls
2 months ago
The atmosphere was pretty chill and cool. The bar food was interesting, not stuff is usually eat, but it was actually really good.
Donna Bailey
6 months ago
I brought my friend, Nancy Lopez to B&B and she loved it! Food, service was excellent as always. We always bring our clients from Walnut Cove Realty here as well. Great way to show off Asheville's finest food.
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Mateo Gibson
3 weeks ago
I had the three course meal with a friend:),it was amazingly well done. I couldn't be happier with the food. Highly recommended place in Beautiful western NC
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Kevin Caldwell
5 months ago
This is easily the single best, most amazing and mindblowing food we've eaten in town yet - can't believe we didn't go earlier. We're huge Admiral fans, and its been out goto for a long time - but it seems they've been skimping more lately (which also shows in reviews). Anyway - B & B far exceeded our expectations - which are relatively high - and I will say that the flavors were not only off the hook, but the overall experience was 3 times better than Admiral (which is saying a lot). We had the lobster roll, maple-butter hushpuppies for app / side, followed by pork belly and hart / vert (toms & greenbeans), with a filet mignon and a maple-seared peach w/ lavender icecream to follow. The lobster roll literally makes the typical roll you find at any Maine lobster pound seem like a complete joke - the flavors were so amazing that we're not even sure what happened. The hushpuppies come w/ a whipped maple butter - again, beyond anything we imagined, crisp exterior but tender interior - perfect. Pork belly came with an incredible sauce having either (or both) fennel or licorice - but perfectly balanced, not overboard. The toms & bean plate was for some roughage and it was excellent as well - a very light cream sauce for the beans - exquisite. The filet was of course the main stage, being in an exceptionally rich sauce and with a side of marrow in the bone - which we placed directly on our cuts of the meat...first we'd seen those pared together. I wish I knew more about the sauce, but it was so rich - along with everything else- dessert was literally built into the meal. I don't think you can go wrong here, at least if the quality of ingredients, display, and creativity remains this high...this is a 10 star atmosphere, quality, flavor, and experience. The staff was typical Asheville friendly (though probably not originally from here) - the friendliness seeming to be slipping hugely from most of the higher end foodie places to go - so that was a plus. The only thing I can bitch about was simply that the saison (Burial - also our favorite brewery) was served in a german style beer mug / stein rather than the typical stem that it should be in - and it looked more like 10/12 oz vs the 16 I was expecting - but the Cannery Row (mixed drink) w/ rosemary was amazing and potent...so not really worth complaining about.
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Joe Ciccione
5 months ago
One of the most innovative and well executed menus in Asheville! A bit hard to find, but only adds to the ambience.
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Nicholas Horsley
2 months ago
Tasty but very eclectic menu

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