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 Menu: Easter Sunday 10-3, Mothers Day 10-3
$30 and under
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Banquet, Beer, Farm to Table, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Non-Smoking, Private Room, View, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Deerpark Restaurant-Biltmore Estate Ratings and Reviews
I enjoyed the made to order omelet very ...
I enjoyed the made to order omelet very much and the blueberry lemon pancakes as well as the live music. (Guitar and harmonica player and singer) He was upbeat and many danced to his music. As someone who has only visited Deerpark during the holidays I realized that I very much missed the prime rib and horseradish cream that is available during the holidays. I also missed the made to order omelets. They were precooked and cold. Also, the spoon for the whipped cream had dropped in the middle of the bowl and was never removed during my entire visit. Our waitress was very nice and attentive. She brought a plate with chocolates and strawberries to the table with Happy Birthday written in chocolate. A nice surprise! All in all a very nice brunch...just wish the prime rib and horseradish cream was always on the menu. It is so delish and such a special treat!
We always enjoy the Deerpark and appreci ...
We always enjoy the Deerpark and appreciate the variety of the menu throughout the seasons. The ambiance is excellent for our "dates", rather quiet with pleasant music (sometimes live), and absolutely delicious and interesting dishes. The shrimp and corn chowder was a real hit with my husband, and the wait staff is very pleasant, just friendly enough without being intrusive.
This was our second time dining at Deerp ...
This was our second time dining at Deerpark and we found it as wonderful as the first. It's in an open air setting, when the doors are open, though not completely outdoors (be careful of bugs that fly through while you eat), and the temperature was just right for having the doors open. The food is outstanding and has a wide variety of something everyone will like and can eat.
We had a wonderful brunch at Deerfield I ...
We had a wonderful brunch at Deerfield Inn Restaurant. We had spent all morning hiking around Biltmore House and grounds. It was a lovely place to relax, refuel, visit and enjoy the view. We will definitely go back.
The food and atmosphere were awesome. T ...
The food and atmosphere were awesome. The service was average. My biggest issue and the reason I can not recommend is that you have to pay for an entrance ticket to the entire Biltmore facility. Each ticket is $60.00 per person. We had a party of 6. That is $360.00 just to evidently have the privilege of eating brunch. When I made the reservation this info was in small print and I was unaware. We all came from at least 3 hours away. Needless to say I was not happy when we were initially not allowed to honor our reservations. With an attitude from the Biltmore staff we were begrudgingly allowed to pass. However, we were made to feel as we were some how getting over. I personally will never return. If you are already paying entry I would suggest you try out the brunch. However, if it's on a Sunday and you want a Bloody Mary, better go after 12:00 pm. After sitting down and trying to order at 10:30 am we were informed of this rule in NC. However, none of us were from NC so that was another pleasant surprise. Guess that may have been in the "Small print" also. Happy Trails!
The spectacular setting alone is worth t ...
The spectacular setting alone is worth the visit but luckily the food is just as amazing. Our visit was for brunch and we sampled as much as we could without ever getting close to trying all that was available. The service was also outstanding. Can't wait to go back!
The Deerpark Restaurant continues to be ...
The Deerpark Restaurant continues to be a favorite venue in Asheville both due to the quality of the lunch and brunch cuisine offered, but as importantly for the quiet elegance and overall setting that creates the distinctive ambience.
We took our grandkids visiting from Miam ...
We took our grandkids visiting from Miami & as a breakfast venue, it was great . However, we were looking for more of a lunch menu & found fewer choices. The staff were delightful, the setting beautiful & the teenage grands were happy w/ the omelettes & waffles. The dessert table offered sweets that were less than spectacular.
We went to the Deerpark Restaurant at Bi ...
We went to the Deerpark Restaurant at Biltmore Estate for Sunday brunch with friends to celebrate our wedding anniversary. Everybody really enjoyed the food In a relaxed atmosphere with great views. I highly recommend this restaurant for any occasion.
This was not our first visit to Deerpark ...
This was not our first visit to Deerpark Restaurant but our friends from Indianapolis were experiencing Asheville and the Biltmore Estate for the first time. This was the first time all of us had experienced the Sunday Brunch. It was delicious with unique combinations and tastes which we all enjoyed trying and finding everyone delightful. Deerpark is an elegant buffet with a wonderful array of fulfilling southern dishes and southern hospitality at its finest.
We've been to the Deerpark on several oc ...
We've been to the Deerpark on several occasions and have never been disappointed in their quality and variety of foods for there weekend brunch. We live about an hour away but I have yet to find anyone that has not had a very special meal at the Deerpark on Biltmore Estate.
Nick the front desk concierge made our d ...
Nick the front desk concierge made our day, and the overall dining was tremendous. A bit overpriced, but nontheless a gem of an experience. The open air seating and live music was charming; the food sumptuous and varied. If you have a big family and can afford the expense, it will give everyone a time to remember.
Very nice ambiance there was a musician ...
Very nice ambiance there was a musician playing guitar, banjo and harmonica that was wonderful. Food was great and it was quiet enough to actually have conversations. Great for adults that want a break from the crowds at the estate.
as with anything that pertains to Biltmo ...
as with anything that pertains to Biltmore, this will now be one of the stops on my next trip to Biltmore. Everything from the food to the service was perfect. I took my cousin there before we went over to the house and she has been raving about it ever since. I am already looking forward to my next trip. Thanks for a great afternoon, Wayne
Family of 6 went for Father's Day Brunch ...
Family of 6 went for Father's Day Brunch. Food was good. Atmosphere was fabulous. Weather was perfect. Service was average as it has been on numerous previous visits. Even though it was a special occasion, it still seemed a bit overpriced for the selection of meats offered.
We have been to the Deer Park restaurant ...
We have been to the Deer Park restaurant many times. This time around was very good. The menu had something for everyone. This menu was one of the best we have seen in awhile. Most of the food was very good. The desserts were not as good as they should have been, but otherwise the lunch buffet on Saturday was very good. I like the fact that Deer Park is returning to some food that everyone can identify with. Some of the menus, especially in the past year or so, have not been as good as in the past. I know Biltmore caters to the elite in the restaurants so many times, but all of us, regardless, enjoy some familiarity in the foods. My wife and I enjoy trying some of the creative dishes at Deer Park, but we also like the familiarity that we particularly saw in this menu. We had a very nice waiter.
My server, Monte, was fabulous. He shou ...
My server, Monte, was fabulous. He should be teaching all servers how to be a server. The food was good, with a new menu. I expect it to improve the next time I am there. I always enjoy going to Deere Park - it is just beautiful!
Deerpark Restaurant is a must when you v ...
Deerpark Restaurant is a must when you visit Biltmore. Excellent food, superb service and a beautiful restaurant! The courtyard is full of flowers and the glass doors open to provide an outdoor experience. Be sure to make reservations and bring your appetite! Saturday's buffet can't be beat!!
We had relatives and "new relatives" vis ...
We had relatives and "new relatives" visiting and was able to book a table for nine people. Our server was wonderful. She was extremely attentive. Even though our relatives had been in Asheville for about five days, Biltmore Estate and the Deerpark Restaurant was the high point of their visit.
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As always, I enjoy eating on the estate. This was my sixth or seventh time eating at Deer Park. The food was excellent, and I always enjoy their signature peanut butter cookies for dessert. However, on this visit, our service wasn't up to par. We received very little attention and had to flag down another waiter for assistance.
I will be back on my next visit to Biltmore, though. Hopefully, I will notice an improvement in their service.
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