Lenny's fills stomachs across the nation with a menu of hearty sandwiches stuffed with sliced-to-order deli meats, chicken and tuna salads made from scratch, and a specialty hot-pepper relish made from whole diced cherry peppers. Regular size subs measure 7.5 inches and contain a half pound of meat and cheese, and large subs stretch to 15 inches, pack a full pound of foodstuffs, and exert a gravitational pull on coastal tides.
Roux features a menu that fuses southern comfort food with locally farmed ingredients for a true Asheville experience. The resurant is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner and has a fantastic selection of wines and local beer. Come experience Roux at the Hilton Asheville Biltmore Park.
Nestled in the midst of majestic Brandywine maples and creek-fed ponds, the 6,500-yard course at Maggie Valley features a slope rating of 121 and four sets of tees to challenge both beginning and experienced golfers. With 30 acres of fairways leading to large, bent-grass greens, this par 72 course gives golfers a chance to practice their skills at driving, putting, and establishing a precise standard for measuring golf-ball-size hail. Hand-sown in the 1960s, the fairways house a verdant mixture of Kentucky bluegrass and perennial rye. Golfers can sharpen techniques on the Front Valley Nine before tackling the more challenging Mountain Nine, which features an elevation rise of 800 feet, panoramas of the valley, and quicksand traps.
OneFiftyone Boutique Bar and Kitchen compiles an assortment of fresh and organic foodstuffs sourced from local farmers into a menu that groans under a simmering load of classic American fare and seasonal dishes. Dinner customers turn in hunger hankerings to receive morrocan ras el hanout-spiced hummus served with warm pita bread ($8.50) before busting into the chef’s italian sausage, which is laid over warm risotto del giorno and swaddled in a blanket of wilted kale with roasted pine-nut pillows ($16). Beef tournado presents a hand-cut petite beef-tenderloin fillet on a crusted pedestal of parmesan ($18), and the daily entree special changes every 24 hours to avoid identity theft ($20). For earlier eats, lunch customers paint portraits for stomach walls using a selection of made-from-scratch soups ($5), salads ($8), wraps, and paninis ($7–$9), and doors swing open at 6 a.m. to greet bleary-eyed breakfasters with the rousing smells of Dynamite Roasting Co. Coffee ($2–$3.50), breakfast sandwiches ($8–$9), and pastries ($2.50–$3) baking to golden flaky perfection.
Housed in the historic Grove Arcade building, Santé Wine Bar sweeps taste buds on an appetizing adventure with a scrumptious selection of cheeses, dips, and desserts to savor solo or pair with their award-winning wines, which are not included in this Groupon. Chomp on turophile temptations such as the goat-cheese board ($18) or the Mediterranean board, a panoply of spanish and italian cheeses such as manchego, fontina, and pecorino served with apricots and olives ($20).