Sleep Inn West
1918 Old Haywood Rd
Asheville, NC 28806
Phone: (828) 670-7600
Fax: (828) 670-1033
1918 Old Haywood Rd, Asheville, NC, US, 28806
- Phone: (828) 670-7600
- Fax: (828) 670-1033
Bars & Cafes
Experience a slice of Asheville's music and nightlife scene when you step into The Get Down. One of the popular spots in West Asheville for a good time, this venue features local bands as well as nationally touring bands in a well-equipped space. There are also good drinks served here, so you don't have to head out if you feel thirsty. Call to know more.
Head to The Westville Pub for a fun night out filled with music, pub grub and drinks! Also called the West Asheville Pub, it is famous for the sheer variety of drinks it offers: beer, ale, stout, cocktails, wine, martinis and even coffee. The modest menu features typical dishes like nachos, onion rings, chips with sauce, chicken wings and loads of other tasty dishes. The staff is friendly and make up for any shortcomings in the culinary experience. The pub is home to a number of live acts and music performances from time to time. You can also host your private events and parties at the venue. Special nights, a book club and good music take the cake. Check website for more details on current and upcoming events.
True to its name The Mothlight attracts music lovers for a night of great music and affordable drinks. This hipster bar located at the former Mr Fred's site has got wooden floorings, industrial beams and exposed brick walls along with a stage area for the live gigs. Some of the previous line ups are Richard Buckner, Angel Olsen and Crystal Antlers.
Cedric's Tavern offers a unique ambiance reminding typical Irish pubs. The village setting and the wooden decor give out the intended appeal quite convincingly. The food is leaning more towards the traditional pub grub style, though the local influence is also incorporated for definitive tastes. Try Shepherd's Pie, Oven Roasted Dubliner Cheddar Chicken or Cast Iron Seared Scottish Salmon for a gratifying meal.
This neighborhood pub is a preferred watering hole for the young and hip crowd of Asheville. Situated on Haywood Road, The Double Crown functions as a low profile pub, however, the live music shows and parties held here are eclectic and vibrant. Not catering to a specific genre of music, it's programing includes performances by reggae, western and country, indie rock, soul and gospel bands. Happy hours are every day, so you can enjoy special discounts on champagnes, beers and cocktails served at this casual and friendly bar.
This lovely establishment is a cafe, bar and entertainment venue all rolled into one. Hosting original productions, you'll find anything and everything from stand-up comedies, poetry readings and one-man skits to theatrical productions, concerts and performance art. The Field offers brunch, lunch and dinner and each menu has enough tasty choices that it'll make it difficult to decide what to order.
The Grey Eagle is a famed event space that is popular for the sheer variety of music programs it hosts. Take your pick from the bluegrass, jazz and blues events offered at this acoustically well-equipped venue. The in-house restaurant, Twin Cousin, serves delectable Cajun cuisine and is sure to keep your hunger pangs in check during event nights. The venue can also be hired for hosting private parties or business events. Check website for more details on current and upcoming events and exact show times.
The Bywater is a members-only club that offers a casual and relaxed atmosphere to its patrons. Located by the riverside, this bar offers stunning views of the French Broad River flowing nearby. Members can choose from the 18 tap beers, cocktails and other variety of drinks on offer. Live music concerts, board games and outdoor games are a regular feature of this private club. It also has barbecue facilities, all you need to get along is meat and charcoal. For membership and other details, check website.
Located in the heart of downtown, Club Hairspray is one of the most diverse discos around. Welcoming open-minded individuals from all walks of life, this 60s style club caters mainly to the gay and lesbian community. Weekly events include Karaoke Night and Disco Night and there are drag shows most every Saturday. The last Friday of each month is Fetish Night, with Gothic music and lots of leather. Membership entitles you to attend the frequent benefit shows and events hosted here.
Located in Downtown Asheville, Ben's Tune Up is a American and Japanese Fusion restaurant. The food they serve is inspired by popular Japanese Yakitori which is basically different types of meat that are grilled on skewers. This place is also good for beer and other drinks as they quite good list of beers available which you can sit and sip in their urban themed beer garden. It is one of the places in the neighborhood that has been gaining popularity among the locals as well as visitors.
The Asheville Brewing Company in Coxe Avenue is one among the three locations of this brewery. This location is set apart among three as it has a large barn style patio which can accommodate a big group of people. The food they offer is quite surprising for bar food as they having for everybody. Whether it is a meat feast your looking for or a healthy vegetarian salad , they cater to the needs of your taste buds. A must have when you're here are their brewed beers which they offer a wide variety of. You can come down here to spend a whole afternoon or evening filled with fun.
Firestorm Cafe & Books is a worker-owned establishment that provides community space and events, independent and unique books, and a tasty selection of cafe foods - not to mention a mean cup of coffee. This place is a trendsetter in downtown Asheville. You can expect concerts, workshops, classes and network events as well as films and book readings from this locally owned and operated business.