Dining at Biltmore

Today, George Vanderbilt’s historic estate is a National Historic Landmark boasting America’s largest home. While a million guests visit annually to tour 250-room Biltmore House and its grounds, in culinary circles the estate is also recognized for its extraordinary food.

Drawing from Asheville’s thriving farm-to-table scene and George Vanderbilt’s love for entertaining, Biltmore is home to a variety of formal restaurants and light bites. Each venue has its own personality shaped by the executive chef and its historic surroundings. Menus change seasonally and are influenced by culinary trends and fresh offerings from local farms and the estate’s production garden.

Estate Restaurants

Light Bites at Biltmore House

Light Bites at Antler Hill Village

About Biltmore
Located in Asheville, N.C., Biltmore was the vision of George W. Vanderbilt.  Designed by Richard Morris Hunt, America’s largest home is a 250-room French Renaissance chateau, exhibiting the Vanderbilt family’s original collection of furnishings, art and antiques. Biltmore estate encompasses more than 8,000 acres including renowned gardens designed by Frederick Law Olmsted, the father of American landscape architecture. Today, Biltmore includes Antler Hill Village, which features the award-winning Winery and Antler Hill Farm; four-star The Inn on Biltmore Estate; the new Village Hotel on Biltmore Estate; Equestrian Center; numerous restaurants; event and meeting venues; and Biltmore For Your Home, the company’s licensed products division. To learn more about Biltmore, go to www.biltmore.com or call 877-BILTMORE.