Dining out leaves you with a full stomach, fond memories, and pockets full of restaurant smell to take home to your kids. Enjoy appetizing aromas with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $10 for $20 worth of farm-to-table American cuisine for lunch
- $15 for $30 worth of farm-to-table American cuisine for dinner <p>
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The Phoenix’s cooks needn't travel far for excellent ingredients. Using produce and proteins from local farm and distributors, such as BusyBee Farm and Cape Fear Seafood, the farm-to-table restaurant’s culinary team creates a seasonal menu of upscale eats for both dinner and lunch. They do everything from coat grilled quail with local honey gastrique to slow-cook braised local rabbit in a tasty mixture of garlic and white wine. Cooks even put their own spin on casual classics like po’ boy sandwiches, which they fill not only with shrimp, but also mountain trout or Philly cheesesteak fixings.
While the kitchen stays open from noon to midnight every day, The Phoenix’s bartenders stick around at least an hour longer. Besides pouring beer and wine from a biodynamic, organic, and sustainable selection, they whip up house-made liquor infusions, including peach- and apple-flavored moonshines. Libations pair perfectly with The Phoenix’s lineup of local and regional musicians, who fill the roomy restaurant with infectious rhythms six nights a week.
87% of 159 customers recommend
“Consistently fabulous food, friendly staff but terribly understaffed and slow slow slow service. I hesitate to recommend because of the time it takes for everything....”
“Consistently fabulous food, friendly staff but terribly understaffed and slow slow slow service. I hesitate to recommend because of the time it takes for everything. Also, the music at brunch is wonderful!”
“Food is always fresh and delicious. Service is friendly and accommodating. Good regional beer selection. Recommended.”
“Food is great & you can get everything gluten free!! Which is so great. Worth the trip to Brevard from Hendersonville.”