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About Edison - Omni Grove Park Inn
EDISON, craft ales + kitchen is an inventive restaurant and bar that brings together the food culture and local flavors of the region. With a focus on local craft beer and hand-crafted cocktails, EDISON serves casual Southern comfort food with an Asheville flair and features expansive views of the Blue Ridge Mountains and downtown Asheville.
Asheville, NC 28804
Contemporary Southern, Contemporary American, Bar / Lounge / Bottle Service
Hours of Operation:
Sunday - Thursday: 11:00 a.m. - 11:00 p.m.
Friday and Saturday: 11:00 a.m. - Midnight
$30 and under
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
2017 Holiday Parking Rates:
Day Self-Parking: $20
Day Valet: $25
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Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Fireplace, Full Bar, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, View, Wheelchair Access
Edison - Omni Grove Park Inn Ratings and Reviews
My wife and I have dined at Edison twice in last 6 weeks. We enjoyed the view and ambiance. Waiters were very nice and helpful but food from kitchen was very slow getting to us. Entrees each time were fair but the dessert menu and actual desserts each time were so bad we thought about asking for refund.
This is the second time I've eaten in Edison and the food was not good unlike the first holiday meal I had. The seafood dishes were overwhelmed with lemon juice. The beet carpaccio was just flavorless ground beets. Overall the dishes were flavorless and unimaginative.
Overall very good, but price is more on par with big cities and just doesn't compare to other restaurants just around the corner in Asheville. It felt outrageous with $25 valet, $35 for two cocktails and over $300 for dinner for two. Nothing bad, but for that coin we expect more - especially with so many other great options in Asheville.
We went for Thanksgiving dinner. The staff was very attentive and pleasant and the food was amazing. Our waiter made an excellent wine selection to go with our dinner. We were seated right next to the window and the view was fantastic. I will definitely eat here again and highly recommend it.
Stayed at Grove Park and had dinner on a Saturday night so I️ could watch college football games. Food and atmosphere were absolutely amazing, great selection of craft beers and cocktails. Absolutely one of my favorite places to eat in Asheville. Recommend the burgers, shrimp n grits, reuben, and meatloaf.
Hidden Gem - we are from Edison, NJ so had to check out this restaurant while visiting Asheville - good choice - server was charming and told us all about the history of the Omni - as well as recommend good vegetarian entrees. The view is incredible - lots of cozy bars with fireplaces indoors as well as outside on the massive balconies - stop in the President Bar before dinner to play pool on a table from the 1800's that 7 presidents have played on - lots of history to read and learn about - would go back!!
This is the Grove Park's informal restaurant that clearly doesn't know what it wants to be. A sports bar with a view and multiple big screen TV's, but with $28 Fish & Chips and $16 average cocktails, it's an awkward mix that leaves a lot to be desired at an extremely high hit to the wallet. Nothing on the menu for kids. A lost leader.
Everything was great from the minute we were greated until we left. We came to celebrate our 40th anniversary, and first went to the bar to grab a couple drinks before our reservation. Elania was warm and inviting, very knowledgeable over the drinks and made great recommendations. We had already picked out what we wanted for dinner before we were sat, but Charlie confirmed that our selections were top knotch! Charlie made our night! So many laughs! He is one of those great employees that you can tell loves where he is, and definitely an entertainer at heart! We had the mussels and the smoked trout dip which were, in fact, top knotch. Maddy was the manager on duty and made a stop by to make sure everything was going well. Thank you Edison team!
Menu has changed with the new chef. The four of us could not quite find anything we really wanted. Ended up with the meatloaf - very dry and hard, and the sauce was puzzling ..a bit bitter. Maybe switch out the Kobe beef and try a real meatloaf recipe and the shrimp and grits were served on a spoonful of grits. It should have been called 'shrimp and corn'!! Really, don't skimp on ingredients when you are The Grove Park!! We have eaten on the Sunset Terrace before and lunched at Edison. ( last year) really like both. But Edison is not the same. All I would recommend is the bibb salad. But service was great, just not the food.
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