Cedric's Tavern - Biltmore Estate
*Please be aware that you must have a valid paid estate admission ticket, be a guest of Inn on Biltmore Estate or Village Hotel, or be a Biltmore Annual Passholder to dine on property*. Outdoor dining is available in season. Please note that due to limited seating availability we are unable to accept reservations for our patio. All patio seating is assigned on a first come first served basis.
Saturday & Sunday 11:00am-10:00pm
Cedric's Tavern offers different rooms for private dining that can seat up to 120 people. Our restaurant is great for hosting business luncheons, meetings, wedding rehearsals, and many other events. We offer a wide array of menus and dedicated sales team to help create the perfect event.View Private Dining Details
Excellent meal as always. Everything on the menu is great. My favorite choice for lunch is the Cedric’s burger made with Brasstown Farms beef, grown naturally in nearby Murphy, NC. The taste and quality of the beef is unrivaled. The Fish and Chips is also very good. I understand that the pork burger is an award winner. We love this place and usually eat there at least twice when we visit the Estate. The quality of service at Cedric’s is always on point as well.
The beer flight was good, but there was a mix up and I was served an IPA instead of octoberfest. The waiter corrected this though once I pointed it out. I ordered the turkey cobbler and while it was very good, it was super salty. It would have been better with less salt.
It’s always a great dining experience at Cedric’s Tavern. We love the atmosphere, food and service. Thank you for everything!
We were presented with a complimentary dessert.
Best meals we have EVER had, with great atmosphere and friendly, gracious staff! Thank you!
Enjoy the food and the service. The there items that we had were the best, cooked and seasoned just right.
Our server, Chris, was great - he anticipated drinks and water, he checked on the soup to make sure it was gluten-free. He was professional but friendly, but not "too" friendly.
The food was excellent. Great options on the menu. Attentive and friendly service. Live music in a beautiful setting made the night complete!
Nice night out after spending the day at Biltmore.
As people who enjoy the farm-to-table style restaurants, we enjoyed our experience at Cedric's Tavern. My husband's pork sandwich was great for him, since the pork was from a local, properly raised and cared for source. I am not a vegetarian but enjoy vegetarian dishes that employ whole grains, so the farro risotto was perfect for me and delicious. Recommend Cedric's Tavern for anyone looking for a more interesting menu.
Cedrics Tavern is one of our favorite restaurants at the Biltmore. We love sitting on the patio outside, especially when they have live music on Friday and Saturday nights in Antler Hill. Cedrics food is always good!
The food was excellent and the wait staff was exceptional! Thank you
Love eating st Cedric’s, great food and a really good draft beer Cedric’s Brown Ale!
The best part was our server, she was outstanding. The food was average at best and pricey. Prices would lead you to believe the food was great. Not so. The only wines available are from Biltmore and they all are terrible. I understand this is on the property, but feel they should offer a variety. We would not recommend.
We were a group of six dining at Cedric’s and everyone was pleased with their meal. The rolls were particularly good accompanied by a flavored butter. Our waitress was especially helpful and pleasant. Very good experience.
Our dinner at Cedric’s Tavern was outstanding. The decor isn’t anything special but the food and service were wonderful. We sat at the bar and had glass of wine while waiting for our table. The bar staff was friendly. There was live music which was a nice touch. Then once we were seated our waitress was great. The little pretzel rolls and mustard butter were out of this world. And the vegetarian risotto I had was excellent. One of my all time favorite meals. My husband enjoyed the Shepherds Pie. I would highly recommend this place to anyone visiting the Biltmore Estate.
Like every place to eat on the estate, the food is extremely overpiced for the quality and service provided. Staff often come off as curt and insincere with guests even though guests have already paid for a ticket or pass to be on the grounds. Compared to other restaraunts where you don't even have to pay extra to eat there, the staff lack the same level of customer service and friendliness. My friends and I have passes and we will eat on the estate, but honestly, there are better dinning experiences elsewhere. It is a shame that the estate has devolved into this.
Wonderful food! We really enjoyed everything we ordered, from appetizers to dessert.
Cedric’s is amazing. Definitely the best restaurant on the estate. The servers are happy and funny, the food is out of this world, and the drinks are adequately priced. We went on a Sunday night, tried a different place on Monday night. We were unsatisfied with Monday night so we ended up going BACK to Cedrics for a late night snack. You just can’t beat it!
The food was amazing and our server Megg was the absolute best. She had great suggestions to help improve our dining experience.
Very good. A little spendy. Nice choices on menu. Will definitely go again for a special occasion.
Great food and lovely ambiance. It’s a little expensive, but the food and service made it a nice experience. Reservations are helpful most nights.
Early for reservation, felt very rushed even though plenty empty tables for seating available. Left and returned, was told the wait was lengthy...empty tables could be seen. Sat at the bar, bartender wasn’t very friendly. Food was tasty, won’t return...least favorite restaurant we have visited on the estate.
Pork belly appetizer is a must try. Bison burger was tasty and cooked perfectly.
My wife ordered the shepards pie. It was full of mashed potatoes, carrots,celery, but no meat.It is listed as having lamb.
Cedrics is located on the Biltmore Estate so you can't go wrong with the setting and scenery. As locals and Passholders, we've been many times before and as always, the staff and service are impeccable. Lusty Monk Mustard and homemade rolls arrive right away to juice your appetite. However, the main dishes are "Pub Fare" and the least exciting aspect of the visit. The Shephard's Pie was tasty but portion size was a small bowl, not enough for my brother who was expecting more. Beet Salad was excellent but the homemade chicken and kale soup was extremely salty so I didn't eat much of it. My sister in law had the Salmon and was very happy but when she ordered the Chocolate Cake that everyone tasted, the consensus was that this dessert on this day was sub-par. The "crumble" was stale and had no taste, the chocolate cake was dry and bland but the ice cream was delicious. Everyone agreed, the food could be improved especially given Biltmore's reputation.
Third time there and always very good. Disappointed that at 7:30, there were no specials. Disappointed.
We dined here while staying at the Biltmore. The service was great and all of the staff was very friendly. They had a nice menu, the food was very good and the portions were not enormous, but just right. We will go back.
Great value for the price in a great location when visiting the Biltmore House
We always love staying on the Biltmore Estate and the convenience of Cedric's and excellent food enhances our stay.
The food was overpriced and not hot enough for my liking. It took 5 minutes to get tartar sauce for my fish and chips. I would not go there again. Generally the food at the Biltmore has been a disappointment to me.
Love the atmosphere, music inside and outside and food is good (Pub theme)
Been there twice. First outside, 5 star. Second inside,👎👎👎Complaints about loud music were ignored
Great burgers! Outstanding service! Charming atmosphere! However, unless you like sausage, don’t order the charcuterie!
Took my hubby for a surprise birthday dinner. Had an amazing experience, great atmosphere, great wait staff, incredible food. This was our first visit and experience at the builtmore and we were not disappointed!
The food was delicious and our waitress was amazing! We were celebrating my husband’s birthday and they brought him a delicious birthday dessert!
wife and I HAD reservation at 8: 00. when we arrived we were sent to the bar to await a table since the place was packed. we were seated in about 30 min at an upper level table. waiter did a great job and the food was very good. Our only real complaint was that as tables emptied near us the wait staff began cleaning for closing, sweeping the floor and moving furniture. it made us feel like e ere holding up the process, and when it came time to pay the waiter was slow. we enjoyed the atmosphere nd the great pub style food.
We enjoyed our outing at Cedric’s. It was a little difficult to find within the Biltmore complex.