Find small plates (butter lettuce salad with Maytag blue cheese), seafood (oysters on the half shell), cheese plates (cave-aged comte with walnut-sage pesto), bar snacks (potted crab, lobster roll, a chicken-liver mousse), sides (fries, roasted beets, green beans), and a short but hearty list of entrees including a $20 roasted chicken and $30 filet mignon with Madeira sauce and fries.
Part lord of the manor and part Asheville chef-entrepreneur creation, The Bull and Beggar menu is all over the place (and not too expensive if you get a salad, a side of beets and and the pork pie). Feel like royalty relaxing at the hunting lodge as you eat your hush puppies with whipped maple butter and consider a second hard cider.
It’s open late (hours below) and serves brunch on weekends until 3 p.m. Reservations not accepted.
Menus and hours right here. Eat local:
(This menu will be cut down, and not everything listed here will continue to be served)
Small plates and entrees
Seafood menu and cheese plates
Snacks and sides
Just a sampling of the extensive wine list
Beer & cider (French Broad, Green Man & Wedge beers)
The Bull and Beggar is closed on Monday. Brunch is weekends only, 11 a.m.-3 p.m.
Tue.-Fri.: 5 p.m.-1 a.m.
Sat.-Sun.: 11 a.m. -1 a.m.
37 Paynes Way in the RAD (dock side past the Wedge)
(Hours and menus change. Please double-check to avoid disappointment. Last updated July 2013.)