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36452
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By the time a moose head, product of self-made millionaire Charles Chapman’s decades ago hunt, was given to its owner’s grandnephew, its final home was in question. It found a home in the appropriately and ironically named The Moose Café. Through it, the restaurant was given a conversation piece and connection with an important historical figure. For seven years, Chapman was the owner of the National Register of Historic Places listed, nineteenth century constructed Smith-McDowell House.
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40647
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Jargon is an eclectic American style restaurant located in a building that is on the national register of historic places.
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Laurel of Asheville (NoCar F 264 A8 L28), Vol. 14 Issue 10, , p32-33
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41231
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Brian and Laura Smith met while working as chefs in Rezaz Pan Mediterranean restaurant and married three years later. Right after their marriage, they bought the restaurant from the previous owner and besides some aesthetic updates, kept the restaurant largely the same.
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41258
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For the third year in a row, Asheville was the home of a weeklong celebration of cocktails. Included during the week were cocktail competitions, workshops for mixologists, and tasting from local bars, restaurants, and distilleries.
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