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About Cedric's Tavern - Biltmore Estate
Located on Biltmore Estate, this warm, relaxing tavern overlooks the village green at Antler Hill Village. The décor, ambience, and menu pay tribute to the neighborhood pubs of Britain and Ireland. Enjoy satisfying pub fare alongside robustly flavored American and global cuisine presented with Biltmore flair. On tap are Biltmore's own Cedric's Pale Ale and Cedric's Brown Ale in addition to award-winning Biltmore wines and a full bar.
*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.
Asheville, NC 28801
American, Irish, Gastro Pub
Hours of Operation:
Daily 11:00 a.m.–9:00 p.m.
$30 and under
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Cedric’s offers entertainment every night of the week starting at 6 p.m. Please visit our website for a calendar of events.
Cedric's Loft features a private banquet room, board room, pre-function space and patio terrace over-looking Antler Hill Village.
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Entertainment, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Late Night, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, View, Wheelchair Access, Wine
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.
Cedric's Tavern - Biltmore Estate Ratings and Reviews
Our waitress, Kelly, was super! An overall good experience for our first visit to Biltmore.
The only thing I was unhappy about was being seated next to the window of the patio, and another couple was on the other side, staring at me. One of the tables should be staggered so they are not side by side.
Date night with hubby... food choice wasn’t good and what my husband ending up ordering after not liking any of the choices was awful, and it was a salad and soup. (My husband is not picky so if he didn’t eat it something was wrong! I ended up eating the fish and chips which wasn’t bad but not something I wanted to order just looked the safest
Great food. The shepherd's pie was outstanding. Wine was from the Biltmore winery and was a wonderful cabernaet. Waiter was friendly and had a great sense of humor. Service was terrific. Server's name was Quinn. This was a fun place to eat and I highly recommend it.
My husband and I brought friends to experience their first time at Biltmore. The whole trip was marvelous including the meal at Cedric’s. Our friends were well pleased with the Sheppard’s Pie. I ordered the Risotto. While it had a very good flavor, I missed the creamy texture of traditional risotto. The soup(chicken and ?) was delicious. We certainly will return.
This place could get look beyond very easily, but it is a hidden gem. One of the best restaurants I’ve been to in a long time. Could easily get eclipsed by some of the more well-known restaurants on the Biltmore campus, but this is by far one of the best. The dirty martinis were spot on, and the food was expertly prepared.
Liked the atmosphere - casual and relatively quiet. We would have liked to have been able to hear the musician - what we could hear, sounded good. The salmon was cooked to perfection; the fish and chips was good, but not great. Our waiter was attentive and very apologetic for the slow arrival of our dinners.
We were at the Biltmore Estates with guests from Florida and wanted to eat somewhere comfortable with great food. We were more than pleased with Cedric's Tavern. A great atmosphere and wonderful food. Everyone enjoyed themselves and we will definitely be back.
Shepards Pie was pretty good. The beef in my wife's dish was very tough and chewy. It was also somewhat bland and dry. The wait staff was very friendly and attentive. We probably should have said something about the beef, but didn't. Best thing about Cedric's for us was the outside seating on a beautiful evening with Christmas lighting in the distance. Save room for a walk across the sidewalk to the ice cream store. We didn't save any room but had the ice cream anyway!
We took out-of-town guests on the first night of the Christmas season at Biltmore. The special at Cedric's was bay scallops - large, succulent, sweet and tender. The ground mustard butter with the pretzel rolls was a surprise and everyone loved it. One of the guests had Shepard's Pie, he said he has not had lamb in a Shepard's Pie at a restaurant in 30 years, usually restaurants offer beef or pork and it was exceptional.
Biltmore's Antler Village Christmas decorations and carolers added so much to the experience.
The friendly, gracious staff welcomed us. After a few minutes' wait time in the bar area, where no one pressured us to order immediately since we we were taking up a table, we were escorted up a few steps to a more private area. Entertaining live music created a relaxed setting of fine food. The salmon was moist and flavorful; the shepherd's pie, a wonderful comfort food. Thanks to our server who led us through our food choices while making just enough small talk to inform and entertain.
Simply put, the bloody marys were average at best, the cheeseburger and fries was most basic and unspectacular for $18 and whatever it was they called a pastie was more like a limp apple turnover pastry with a tablespoon of meat and veg filling on a bitter ( and boring!) lettuce bed, again for $18. I've had better meals for a third of the cost. Terrible. A poor reflection on The Biltmore House.
The food was good and reasonably priced. Large servings. We were there for lunch & they had free pickles they were offering. Great atmosphere and our server was very knowledgeable. Would definitely go again. Love the name of the restaurant and the story behind it as well. I did not know it was named after a family dog until we got there, but that made it more special because I love dogs.
We ate lunch at Cedric’s during a visit to the Biltmore Estate. We had planned to eat at Cedric’s even before we left home, so we were happy to have had such a nice experience. The food was excellent and we enjoyed a flight of local craft beers, all of which were quite good, too. Our server, Chris, was attentive but not overbearing, and we felt that he took good care of us.
Very good food reasononably priced for the location. This is the second time we have stayed on the grounds and we eat most of our dinners at this restaurant. The service from the hostess desk, to the server and the management is very personable. I love the atmosphphere
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