About West Asheville, NC
West Asheville is for the locals and another one of our personal favorites! Moving to Asheville you’ll start by exploring downtown, then river arts, and inevitably you end up in West Asheville with the rest of the locals. Here you can grab dinner without a reservation, walk streets not crowded by tourists, and meet new arrivals looking to meet new people in the area. Houses here are smaller but quaint. The lost sizes will be bigger than downtown and in West Asheville, you’ll find more of a young, hip, village-type feel. There are plenty of places to grab a great dinner and drinks after. Our personal favorites are Gan Shan West, which is some of the best Asian Fusion in the city, Pizza Mind if you’re in the mood for some heady pizza, and Golden Pineapple if you want to have a great, maybe strange but delicious glass of wine and some kimchi grilled cheese, or a dog-friendly glass of wine or beer on the patio of The Whale. One World Brewing also has live music almost every night, great beers as well as drinks, and has been known to host a festival or two. If you’re young, fine to live small, and want to be in the center of the city where it’s quiet and full of locals, West Asheville is for you.
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