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Leo’s House of Thirst


1055 Haywood Rd, Asheville
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This cozy wine bar delivers food that tastes as beautiful as it looks, with vegetable-centric small plates and housemade pasta dishes that arrive topped with edible flowers, fresh herbs, and pollen. Other, meatier menu hits include the smoked honey and bacon deviled eggs, steak tartare, and a cubano that comes on a baguette. Located in an artfully-renovated, historic cinderblock building, Leo’s also has a covered patio and garden lined with twinkly lights and wooden walls of ivy. On sunny days, it’s the perfect place to linger with friends and a bottle of natural wine, snacking away the day in cottage-core bliss.

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