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Gonna make a swing through the Southeast in May and will be spending a couple of days in Ashville. We've driven through many times but have never stopped. Any recs for BBQ and good southern cooking would really be appreciated.
Also visiting Ashland (wife's roots). Any suggestions besides LaFinca?
Thank you - Bob

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  1. 12 Bones is where the President had lunch. Early Girl and Tupelo Honey are outstanding. Admiral is the best place in town.

    12 Bones @5 Riverside Drive, Asheville, NC. 828 - 253 - 4499.
    http://www.12bones.com/
    Tupelo Honey Cafe @ 12 College Street, Asheville, NC 828 - 255 - 4863.
    Tupelo Honey Cafe @ 1829 Hendersonville Rd., Asheville, NC 828 - 505 - 7676.
    http://www.tupelohoneycafe.com/
    Early Girl Eatery @ 8 Wall Street, Asheville, NC 828 - 259 - 9292. I240/EXIT4C.
    http://www.earlygirleatery.com/

    Admiral @ 400 Haywood Road, Asheville, NC 828 - 252 - 2541. I240/EXIT2.
    http://www.theadmiralnc.com/