2400A South Sterling Street
Morganton, NC 28655
Phone: (828) 433-9000
Fax: (828) 438-3674
Chops at Sunset Terrace, located at the Grove Park Inn, is known worldwide for its gorgeous mountain and sunset views over the city skyline. Outdoor dining on the popular veranda also overlooks Grove Park Inn's golf and tennis courts. Steaks and chops are the restaurant's specialty, but surf and turf, lobster and chicken are also available. The restaurant is located in the expansive Great Hall.
With a 942 person capacity and state-of-the-art sound and light facilities, the Orange Peel Social Aid and Pleasure Club is your pick for the day. It is the favorite live music hall and concert venue, featuring all kinds of stage performances and cultural acts. Famous personalities and bands, such as Bob Dylan, Damien Rice and Flaming Lips have performed here. The atmosphere is ideal for any kind of show. In fact, you can even host private parties and events here. Grab a bite at the in-house restaurants or have a drink or two at the beautifully designed bar after the event.
At Hannah Flanagan's you will find the locals turning up some of the finest Irish (and otherwise) draft and bottled beers available. This place offers an evening of fun and entertainment in a traditional Irish-style pub, located in the heart of downtown Asheville. Pub fare specialties include such dishes as Corned Beef & Cabbage and Shepherds Pie, a plate full of lamb, carrots and peas, covered by mashed potatoes and cheddar cheese. Enjoy the large outdoor dining area and catch live music throughout the week and weekend.
Treat yourself to some serious jazz and smashing cocktails. Many special events including benefits, charity events, art openings and holiday celebrations are hosted at this bar. New Year's Eve, Helpmate Benefit, Valentine's Day, July 4th Anniversary and Mardi Gras are only some of the annual parties to look forward to. Music starts after 9p and the crowd gets into the groove by 10. Feel free to visit their non-smoking V.I.P. Lounge upstairs if you want to chill, or just dance all night to the swingin' Blues.
By day, a classy restaurant (Old Europe Bistro), by night, one of Asheville's hottest dance and drink spots! The Z Lounge is a 21+ club that prides itself on its VIP service and its fancy drinks. Try the Z French 75, which combines champagne, Tanqueray, sugar and lemon juice; or, the Appalachian Iced Tea, which is one of the strongest drinks this side of the Mississippi. The Z Lounge is available to rent out for private parties and corporate events. Live music every night. Dress code enforced: no sneakers, no tank tops, no shorts, no baseball caps, no baggy clothing.
A hot and happening music space located at The Grove House, The Boiler Room is famous for its patronage to underground music. Also on offer are genres like shoegaze, ambient ,experimental, garage, indie and pop among others. The venue popularly hosts a host of live acts and music performances by upcoming bands and artists on a regular basis. Check website for more details on current and upcoming events.
The Club 828 in downtown Asheville is a vibrant addition to the city's party scene. Apart from the electronica spun by the DJs on regular nights, the club also welcomes musicians to present their music unfiltered to the audience. On Monday nights you will get a taste of the local live music scene as the night is all about the 'Live' music. On other nights, too, there are events taking place that are sure to keep you entertained. So put on your dancing shoes, grab your partner, or go solo, and head straight for Club 828. See the website for more information.
You can expect a truly eventful night when it comes to Tempo, as fun and tempo go together. Apart from bars that would impress you serving a number of drinks, you can even lounge in the private lounges available here. There's a large patio that stages outdoor events and concerts that, as a rule, electrifies one and all with the tuneful notes in the whole atmosphere. No wonder, the name is Tempo! The club even has an art gallery that displays beauty captured on canvases. Do visit Tempo to get a hint of tempo of city life.
This popular, members-only concert venue hosts bands like Out of the Blue in addition to its in-house rockers who perform on the stage. Several country music concerts also take place here. Free dance classes are offered on ladies nights when women patrons can enter free of charge. Keep your ID on hand —you can enter only if you are 18 or above, while drinks are offered only to those over 21 years of age.
The Milestone Club has been a mecca for rock, punk, new wave, metal and other underground music scenes since it opened in 1969. It specializes in showcasing local and regional artists, alongside the more prominent national bands. Recently it came under new youthful management and has since reappeared on the Charlotte music scene by revamping the interior and experimenting with new genres. By creating an interactive website with nightly photo exchanges and merchandise information, the club has expanded its reach and boasts a very loyal fan member base. Be sure to stop by for a wild night out!
When people in Spartanburg and surrounding towns want to hear some metal, rock or punk, they come to Ground Zero. This place has been here since time immemorial and inside the drinks are strong, the music is loud and everyone is usually friendly. Most of the music is local, however some big-name acts have passed through, one of which was the thrash band Slayer.
Scorpio is one of Charlotte's best gay bars, but it welcomes every who walks through the doors. This spot is perfect for a night of dancing and drinking with a fun crowd in a casual atmosphere. Scorpio hosts a number of drag shows throughout the year and the affordable drinks keep the party going all night long.