About Deerpark Restaurant-Biltmore Estate
This charming restaurant located on Biltmore Estate was originally an historic barn designed by Richard Morris Hunt. Now transformed into a courtyard restaurant with walls of windows, Deerpark Restaurant serves a generous array of Southern style dishes and Appalachian specialties. Our Taste of the South Weekend brunches offers bountiful choices. It's an excellent setting for family dining, with children nine and younger dining for free. Paid Estate admission is required.
American, Comfort Food, Southern
Hours of Operation:
Saturday Lunch 11:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.
Sunday Brunch 10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.
Expanded Holiday Season Hours: Beginning November 4th
Lunch Thurs-Sat. 11:00a.m. -2:00 p.m. (open daily December 15th - Jan 2nd)
Dinner Fri and Sat. 4:00 p.m. - 8:00p.m. (expanded dinner hours Thanksgiving week and December)
Christmas Eve 12:00p.m. - 6:00 p.m.
Christmas Day 12:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.
$30 and under
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Banquet, Beer, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Non-Smoking, Private Room, View, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Deerpark Restaurant-Biltmore Estate Ratings and Reviews
The food was excellent as always. Our s ...
The food was excellent as always. Our server was fantastic....so sorry cannot remember her name. Hate the place closing in January for upfit/remodel. My only complaint with Biltmore/Deerpark is what they charge for their wine in their own restaurant...I compare them to Chateau Moirsette and their wine price is the same for a bottle as at their gift shop.
This is the best brunch I have ever been ...
This is the best brunch I have ever been to. I love brunch and this is the best by far. The crab claws are outstanding. The salmon and turkey and lamb were superb. The waffles and all the fixings are great. The salads are wonderful.
overpriced food, limited selection, the ...
overpriced food, limited selection, the hand carved meat station was terrible. The slices of meat were paper thin; yes, you could go back for more , but it was just ridiculous. I felt uncomfortable asking for more meat every time. The desserts were just ok. The lady had to again, hand you a slice of cheesecake or cake. when I asked her what was in the cake, she said she had not idea! ha! ok- we won't go back and I wouldn't recommend this restaurant to anyone. sorry.
Since the onset on a new Operations Mana ...
Since the onset on a new Operations Manager in 2015, with the exception of Thanksgiving, 2015 when a high level of reservations coupled with inadequate staffing resulted in food that was tepid at best the Deerpark Restaurant has offered consistently excellent offerings.
Our DeerPark dinner was delicious, the s ...
Our DeerPark dinner was delicious, the server was attentive and the buffet was awesome, the dessert choices all looked so good, we nearly started with dessert first. The meal was a great choice to top off a trip to the Biltmore for a Christmas treat. We heard the renovations planned for next year are sure to make it even a more special place.
This restaurant puts out consistently de ...
This restaurant puts out consistently delicious food. The waitstaff were friendly and attentive. The environment is beautiful and peaceful allowing for conversation without having to fight noise to hear. Always a delight... I wouldn't change a thing.
Deerpark is a beautiful setting for Satu ...
Deerpark is a beautiful setting for Saturday lunch or Sunday brunch buffet and is my favorite restaurant on the estate. The entire dining room encircles an open courtyard and large glass doors are opened during warmer weather to take advantage of gentle breezes. Many menu selections are grown on the farms at Biltmore and are as fresh as you can get. Your meal includes non-alcoholic beverage, appetizers, soup, salad, entree, side dishes and desserts. Desserts are small so it's easy to indulge and try them all! Alcoholic beverages are available at an additional cost. Acceptable attire ranges from coat and tie to casual. This is the perfect place to celebrate a special occasion or just to relax while visiting the estate.
It is important to note that a Daytime admission ticket or Annual Pass is required to dine at Deerpark. A passholder may bring guests to Sunday brunch if reservations are made in advance. Deerpark is closing around January 9, 2017, through sometime in the fall for renovations. When it reopens, I'm sure it will be more spectacular than ever.
The Deerpark Restaurant - Biltmore Estat ...
The Deerpark Restaurant - Biltmore Estate was an awesome experience. First time
Dining here and will not be the last. The food was wonderful and the atmosphere was
so special. We were here for Sunday Brunch and had lots of special items to choose from.
Deer Park Lodge on the Biltmore Estate o ...
Deer Park Lodge on the Biltmore Estate offers a food buffet that pleases all palates. Some diners start with dessert -- and who can blame them when it includes homemade peppermint chocolate shards, pumpkin cheesecake and red velvet cupcakes. Beyond that the breads, butters and jams, primer rib, turkey, soups - the soups are the best! - and salads, and you have more than you can possibly want in a meal. Buffet style fits all appetites. Price is right. Location is perfect any season of the year. We are sad that the Restaurant will be closed for 10 months in 2017 for construction. We hope to be back next November, the expected reopening date.
We had a lovely 60th Birthday celebratio ...
We had a lovely 60th Birthday celebration lunch prior to a visit to the estate and enjoyed the variety of the foods as well as the lovely location and service.
I hear they are going to do some renovations but I thought it was great just the way it was!
Lovely atmosphere and kind attentive ser ...
Lovely atmosphere and kind attentive service. Saturday lunch is a great value. Lots of desserts for those who can indulge. Would appreciate a few more no/low carb options. The prime rib was delicious and I enjoyed a lot of it!
We had a great time and a great meal at ...
We had a great time and a great meal at Deerpark, as usual. We didn't realize that they are closing in January 2017 for a major remodel that is planned to last for 10 months. Glad we went one more time before part of it is torn down. All the original structure is supposed to remain.
Alternate Thanksgiving dinner was delect ...
Alternate Thanksgiving dinner was delectable, especially the Thai spiced pumpkin soup. We always love the food and atmosphere. Service is good...Casey was attentive. Last time we had skirt steak, which was devine and better than the prime rib. See you next month !!
Basic buffet fare, nothing special, very ...
Basic buffet fare, nothing special, very mundane. The cold crab claws were the best part, which tells you something since it's a no cook type thing. Everything else was very blah or downright bad. By far the worst meal we had while at the resort.
My husband and I visited the Biltmore on ...
My husband and I visited the Biltmore on the day after Thanksgiving. It was a hard decision deciding where to eat because the restaurants all looked so good. We decided on the Deerpark and were so glad we did. It was delicious! The buffet was laid out beautifully and everything was perfect. The desserts were amazing. They had a S'mores pie that was to die for. We will definitely return.
We had wonderful food. It was relaxing a ...
We had wonderful food. It was relaxing atmosphere. You could talk to each other and hear each other which was wonderful.
We were there for thanksgiving week and our 42 wedding anniversary. Our grandkids enjoyed having do many choices. Our daughter and son in law had a wonderful meal as well. We will diffently be back.
Beautiful setting and the food was deli ...
Beautiful setting and the food was delicious. One wonders about a buffet but no worries here. Thanksgiving dinner was superb with choices for everyone and one better than the next. Every staff member as friendly, helpful and ready to serve. Dessert table was weak but by then having had a fine meal, it was enough. We will be back!
I LOVED the brown sugar gingerbread chee ...
I LOVED the brown sugar gingerbread cheesecake! They had shrimp and crab legs, salmon dip and the most tender roast beef. The only downside was that our table was across the courtyard from the food so by the time we got back to our table, the food was slightly cold (the weather was cold too so that didn't help). But if you get a closer table then it's all good!
Roast beef was tough, Shrimp was under-c ...
Roast beef was tough, Shrimp was under-cooked, stuffing was too spicy, most deserts were very bland and the pumpkin pie tarts crust was soggy. The green beans were not hot enough and cooled off too quickly.
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