Our tours include two ways of enjoying your “catch of the day.” Our foraging and private tours include a brief cooking lesson and tasting, and all tours include the option to enjoy a free appetizer (with dinner purchased separately) at one of several Asheville restaurants featuring the edibles you met on your tour.
Foraging & Private Tour
Participants on our Asheville foraging and private tours can enjoy “find dining” at any of the following local restaurants:
• The Market Place
• The Bull & Beggar
• Benne on Eagle
• Red Stag Grill (at The Grand Bohemian)
• Cultura (at Wicked Weed Funkatorium)
• Rendezvous (Tuesday-Saturday)
• Bouchon (Wednesday-Sunday)
• Tastee Diner (Thursday-Sunday)
• Vue 1913 (at The Grove Park Inn, Wednesday-Sunday)
When you make your reservation, specify that you’ll be foraging with us. If you have any food restrictions, let the restaurant know, even if you indicated that when you registered.
If you are on a morning tour, you will need to drop off your ingredients by 2 and eat no earlier than 5. If you are on an afternoon tour, you will need to make your reservation for the following day.
When you return for your meal, purchase of one entree per person is required. Your wild dish will be on the house.
Wild Food Stroll
Participants on our wild food stroll at The Omni Grove Park Inn can return to the hotel that evening to enjoy a stunning view of the sunset, then a free appetizer (with dinner purchased separately) the inn’s Vue 1913 restaurant featuring edibles seen on the tour.
To arrange your meal, you must be registered for your tour at least 24 hours in advance. After registering for the tour, make a reservation with the restaurant on Open Table or by calling 800-438-5800. Either way, you must specify that you will be coming from the No Taste Like Home tour. If you have any food allergies, restrictions, or preferences, let them know that too, even if you indicated that when you registered.