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This smokehouse in Asheville’s South Slope offers award-winning K.C. Style BBQ with signature items like brisket burnt ends, smoked sausage, loaded baked potatoes, and more. They also offer vegan options like tempeh and Impossible Meatloaf and a variety of craft beer to enjoy! Open 7 days a week with online ordering and delivery available.
Dip into our social dining experience, where we come together over whimsical cocktails and curated bites. From our Kindred Creamery cheddar fondue, to our Sugarlands Root Beer Moonshine, we source only the best quality ingredients.
Share dips, pics, and laughs with your favorite people. It’s okay if you crave cheese tonight and soup with salad tomorrow, we’ve got you covered with mouth-watering chocolate and cheese fondues, and so much more! Flambé flatbreads, mouth-watering melted sandwiches, fresh salads, and brunch. We’re all about ooey-gooey, cheesy goodness, and inventive cocktails and local craft beer.
Create your own fondue curations with our pick sheet menu, or let our expert chefs recommendations delight you. You’ll discover your whimsical side as you select your own adventure, and sink into perfectly paired bites and sips. Melting Pot Social offers new ways to dip. Creatively plating sharable bites and fondue in a place where it’s not only all right to play with your food – it’s encouraged. Launched in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Asheville, our menu goes way beyond fondue. Come melt with us, no reservations required!
Created by James Beard nominated Chef/Owner Michael Lewis, UKIAH’s menu is inspired by the comfort of Japanese street food and a passion for American BBQ. Designed to share between friends and family, you will find the menu divided into sections including “Raw”, “Crunchy + Munchy”, “Sharing is caring” and “Big + Bowlsy” featuring dishes such as Tuna Sashimi with smoked soy and scallions, Duck Hot Pot with duck dumplings, shoyu broth + mushrooms and Tokyo Street Corn with kewpie mayo, togarashi, nori dust, miso butter + bonito.
The cocktail menu is presented in both a core and seasonal format, pulling inspiration from fresh local ingredients combined with traditional Japanese flavors for a true “East meets West” experience. UKIAH’s full bar will also highlight sake, shōchū and Japanese whisky.
Vegetarian, gluten-free and vegan options are available.