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All Souls Pizza
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Today 11:30AM–10PM
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175 Clingman Ave Asheville, NC 28801
175 Clingman AvenueUSNorth CarolinaAsheville28801
Pizza RestaurantToday 11:30AM–10PM
Thursday 11:30AM–10PMFriday 11:30AM–10PMSaturday 11:30AM–10PMSunday 5–10PMMonday ClosedTuesday 11:30AM–10PMWednesday 11:30AM–10PM
Wood-fired pizza, polenta, pasta and sandwiches made from our very own freshly milled organic flour, local meats and produce. 
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Relaxed outfit with area-sourced sandwiches, wood-fired specialty pizzas & local beers.- Google
"Great relaxed atmosphere with spacious outdoor seating and chill live music."
"Get the tomato and mozzarella."
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Tom Robertson
3 months ago
I love it here. The service is wonderful and the food is delicious. Look for the specials....they are amazing. The pizza dough is the best in town.
Ethan Allen
2 months ago
Food was decent not what I expected from a pizza place. Very layer back and relaxed, nice relaxed feel to the place. "Unique" options to their pizzas and menu options, nothing I would care to try again.
Dmeanr 99
4 months ago
I love their pizza. It's rustic and I think more authentic. The toppings are good quality and the crust is amazing! A bit pricey but worth it.
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Kathy Hurley
9 months ago
I have been a regular. Love the pizza dough, love the sandwiches and salads. When I say regular I mean it, pretty much once a week. Last two weeks, service and food has been mediocre. Brought a group of friends for lunch - restaurant had 3 or 4 tables at most and it took over an hour for lunch to be served for sandwiches only. Then this week, came again to have small salad and veggie pizza; salad had a bug in the greens. I pointed it out and nothing was said just taken away, as I had eaten 3/4 of it. I was surprised to say the least. No good byes, thanks for visiting, everyone seems a tad to themselves working at the restaurant. I'm bummed.
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Robert Eiserloh
7 months ago
Had a great time. We pounded three pizzas and the sardines with salsa verde was really a tasty surprise! Great relaxed atmosphere with spacious outdoor seating and chill live music. Also there's a huge grassy area for the kids to run around in.
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Marty Weil
8 months ago
Rustic Appalachian Italian is how one blogger described All Souls, and I think that sums it up nicely. This is a quintessential Asheville dinning experience featuring local ingredients prepared in creative ways. All Souls is one of the best kept secrets in town, tucked away as it is in the River Arts District. Local, fresh ingredients are highlighted on an ever-changing menu. The heirloom gains used in the pizza and pasta are hand-milled. Laid back, friendly service. If you're coming to Asheville and want to avoid the herds downtown, head over to the River Arts District and dine at All Souls. You'll be glad you did.
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Chris Fritz
8 months ago
Food was pretty good, but don't be in a hurry. Service was relaxed and slow. Took a good while to get anything.
Ava A.
10 months ago
The service here was a joke. After being seated, we saw our waitress a grand total of 4 times throughout dinner. One visit consisted only of the server filling our glasses (no ice) and spilling water down the table. No apologies, no extra napkins. The (remarkably small) pizza was mediocre at best; good subtle flavors, but not worth the price. The atmosphere was sparse and uncomfortable. Don't waste your time or money here; Asheville has much better to offer!


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