There is never a need to go hungry during your visit to the Biltmore Estate, whether you’re looking for casual or elegant dining, full meals or light bites.
The chefs at Biltmore use the bounty of products grown on the Biltmore Estate, making it nearly self-sufficient. The Estate’s restaurants also source produce and meats from local farms in Buncombe, Madison and Haywood Counties. Fresh trout and even caviar come from Western North Carolina fisheries.
Through the Field to Table Program, the Biltmore Estate operates a production garden that provides a large variety of vegetables, herbs and small fruits ranging from typical crops such as lettuce, tomatoes, asparagus, winter squash, blackberries, raspberries and alpine strawberries to unusual ones such as carrots in five colors, micro greens, red scallions and edible flowers. The Biltmore Farm raises Angus cows and White Dorper sheep to supply the estate's restaurants.
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