Photo courtesy of The Biltmore Company
Photo courtesy of 3/09 downloaded from Biltmore Estate website with media password
The Dining Room at Inn on Biltmore
Cuisine: American, New American
Price Range: $$$
Intricate carpets play off an ivory-painted room with coffered ceilings, a dry-stacked stone fireplace, and luminous chandeliers in this elegant establishment. You'll dine Vanderbilt-style, graced by... Read More
Intricate carpets play off an ivory-painted room with coffered ceilings, a dry-stacked stone fireplace, and luminous chandeliers in this elegant establishment. You'll dine Vanderbilt-style, graced by able servers, stunning views, estate wines, and all the appropriate accoutrements. The Biltmore restaurant plies diners with a bevy of fantastic dishes and ingredients. For example, start with a caviar service, and then shift to pastrami-crusted bison carpaccio. With such richness, you'll be hard-pressed to choose an entree, but let yourself be swayed by roasted breast of pheasant with thyme jus, wild Tasmanian steelhead salmon with tarragon aioli, or a Black Angus filet mignon. The entire memorable experience is certain to be second to none. Estate admission fees may apply.
- Best Restaurants: "You need to be a daytime ticket guest or Biltmore pass holder to dine at the Inn or any of the Biltmore Estate restaurants. Guests can accompany pass holders after 5:30pm. While on property, be sure to visit the Biltmore's winery where you can receive a complimentary tour and tasting."
- Recommended as Best Restaurants Because: The chance to drive through the sprawling 8,000-acre Biltmore Estate plus a culinary feast even George W. Vanderbilt would be proud of.