About Red Stag Grill-Grand Bohemian Hotel Asheville
Asheville, NC 28803
Complimentary valet parking! Red Stag Grill offers Asheville’s finest dining with the freshest local ingredients, personally selected at nearby farms by our chef. Featuring contemporary European comfort food, Red Stag Grill is sumptuous, rustic hunting lodge meets modern-chic sensibility. After dinner, sip a signature martini or cocktail in the Red Stag Grill lounge and bar area and be entertained by local musicians.
Hours of Operation:
Breakfast Daily: 6:30am - 10:30am; Lunch Daily: 11:00am - 2:30pm; Dinner Nightly: 5:00pm - 10:00pm
$31 to $50
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Wednesday through Saturday nights, 8 PM till 10 PM
At the Grand Bohemian Hotel, exceptional events are our passion. We specialize in hosting inspiring business functions and social occasions for those who expect the absolute best in service, detail, and atmosphere. Through meticulous planning and flawless execution, we weave distinctive character and impeccable style into every event to ensure it is as memorable as it is successful. By harnessing your vision, we define an artistic direction for your gathering and deliver a professional, sophisticated affair that accomplishes all of your objectives.
Complimentary Valet Parking with Restaurant Validation
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Entertainment, Farm to Table, Fireplace, Full Bar, Late Night, Non-Smoking, Private Room, Takeout, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Red Stag Grill offers Asheville’s finest dining with the freshest local ingredients, personally selected at nearby farms by our chef. Featuring contemporary European comfort food, Red Stag Grill is sumptuous, rustic hunting lodge meets modern-chic sensibility.
Red Stag Grill-Grand Bohemian Hotel Asheville Ratings and Reviews
Great atmosphere as long as taxidermy do ...
Great atmosphere as long as taxidermy doesn't bother you which it doesn't us. Tables are a little too high for the seating. We were there for restaurant week, so a three course meal for either $35 or $45 was an excellent value. We each had the filet . Normally we are hesitant to order filet as the flavor isn't as good as other cuts. However, this filet was as flavorful as a ribeye and as tender as it should be. The portion was plentiful as well. The other courses were excellent. Would recommend this as a dining choice.
Our food was too salty. I had the meatlo ...
Our food was too salty. I had the meatloaf which claimed to be local meat. Tasted like the salt lick the local meat indulged in. Not sure if that's a real thing or not. I have noticed several advertisements over time on Craig's List constantly advertising for servers. I now understand they probably don't hire quality people to begin with. Our server was inattentive and couldn't be bothered to clean the table next to us during our meal, refill my drink, clear my soup bowl before my main course arrived, or inquire whether we needed anything during our meal. I have served tables for many years and see the potential..however, seems they lack the means to embrace all details which could make this a wonderful dining experience.
My wife ordered a Kale ceasar chicken sa ...
My wife ordered a Kale ceasar chicken salad entree with dressing on the side. It arrived with dressing applied and not one piece of kale. I had almost competed my meal by the time her salad returned, again with no kale. My fried brussel sprouts were great, the grilled trout meager even for a lunch portion. The winter squash soup wonderful, as as good as homemade, nice presentation, bowls need to be deeper. Considering the small number of diners and service could have been better.
This was our first time in Asheville - c ...
This was our first time in Asheville - celebrating out 16th anniversary with our 2 boys. Due to the weather we decided to eat dinner at the hotel. It was easy to book the reservations online. The decor was the nice but a bit dark where we were sitting. The light-up menu helped but having to stare at the menu while deciding on what to eat was hard on the eyes. I had the elk steak which was perfectly cooked. My wife had the pheasant, which was a bit salty if eaten alone. Pairing it with some of the vegetables made it more edible. Our oldest son had the trout, which was also good. Our youngest had the basic chicken strips and fries. Overall the experience was great. Would recommend it more for special occasions.
We were staying at the Inn at Biltmore b ...
We were staying at the Inn at Biltmore but didn't want to eat at their restaurant (The Dining Room) so we decided to try the Red Stag. The Dining room is decorated very nicely. The bread service was great. A wheat and white bread selection with fresh butter. The salads where delicious. I was very impressed with my filet. I will definitely return the next time we are in Ashville.
Very disappointed!!!!!!! Our waiter was ...
Very disappointed!!!!!!! Our waiter was rude and acting like because he worked there he was better then us and was very short with us. And he did not even deliver the food so he took our order and checked on us once or twice. The lady that served our food threw it at us and turned and left. And the food just plain SUCKED. Was a 5 course meal that with each course we hoped would get better each one was more disappointing then the last one. And to top it off when I got home and was doing my online bills I noticed the waiter added $40 to my .5% tip I left that was already too much. I recommend that you stay as far away from this place as you can. You would have a better meal at the Burger King next store.
I do not think the prices warrant the fo ...
I do not think the prices warrant the food. Had an entree of scallops. Got three scallops, cauliflower and brussel sprouts for $38.00. Ambiance is nice but not that nice. Waiter David was average but certainly not outstanding.
We were highly disappointed in the calam ...
We were highly disappointed in the calamari which was recommended by others....seemed like it was shipped in pre-breaded and frozen. Could of had that at Friday's. It set the tone for the rest of the meal so, we decided to have another drink and go somewhere else to eat dinner...when we order a 2nd Apple Sangria , they were out! Disappointing...glad we left. We were guests at the hotel so when arrived back later that evening, there was an AMAZING piano player at the bar. So there was a silver lining...
No welcome, super unfriendly hostess, po ...
No welcome, super unfriendly hostess, poor service.
We planned an outing here for a special occasion lunch. We waited for more than TEN minutes at the hostess stand for someone to greet us and show us to our table. Then the most unhappy, unfriendly hostess I have ever seen finally came to the stand after someone from our party went looking for her. She curtly asked for our last name. After that she did not speak or offer any greeting.
The hostess was unsmiling, very unwelcoming, and had the attitude of someone who hates her job, and you as an inconvenience. Hurts the Red Stagg "experience" right off the bat!
Food was average to good; service was slow and indifferent. A pretty place, but it is skating on its decor and reputation more than service and food quality. A real shame. Having someone welcome you at the hostess stand and say "glad you're here" or "how are you" makes a big difference. Hostess could not have been more dismal.
Have enjoyed meals here a few times. Al ...
Have enjoyed meals here a few times. Always good service. Today the service was not as great as it normally is. Had to request refills each time. Food was ok. We will try again hopefully this was just as off day. They were busier than normal.
Our party of 4 enjoyed most aspects of o ...
Our party of 4 enjoyed most aspects of our dining experience, however one of the party did not enjoy the post dinner portion(me). I voided at least $150,00 of it, within 30 minutes because of food poisoning, and left a trail from Asheville to Brevard. I was the only one to have the Lobster and Duck. I passed this information to a member of the management staff when I was physically
Very disappointing for a $500 dinner. Se ...
Very disappointing for a $500 dinner. Seated looking directly into kitchen, dirty utensil, poorly cooked beef, had to keep filling our own water glasses , wrong menu , short one bread plate , We had better service and food at the Charlotte airport the next day. This was not an $85 dinner, Very disappointing for Christmas dinner.
We ate at the Red Stag for Christmas din ...
We ate at the Red Stag for Christmas dinner while visiting the area. The atmosphere is beautiful and elegant. They provide an upscale experience in a comfortable, attentive environment. Our 4 course dinner was from a pre-set menu. First course was roasted chestnut soup; it was fabulous. Who knew you could make soup from chestnuts? Next came salad. This is where they faltered a bit. Then the entree. My grouper was excellent. However, my husband said his steak was too rare and did not have the flavor and quality expected. We were too full for our dessert so we took it with us - lava cake with buttermilk ice cream and bourbon pecan bread pudding. On the whole, it was a very enjoyable experience. The entire staff was attentive, courteous and gracious and it capped off our wonderful visit to the Asheville area.
Went for Christmas lunch. Atmosphere was ...
Went for Christmas lunch. Atmosphere was nice, but closeness of tables was less than intimate. Food was good, 4 courses were well paced. Disappointed that no bread was offered, nor was there salt & pepper on the table. Also seemed to be a silverware issue, but otherwise it was a nice Holiday meal.
While the Bloody Mary was very tastey, d ...
While the Bloody Mary was very tastey, doubling the price without mentioning this until the bill came was a little offsetting. I'm a little hesitant about recommending a lovely restaurant that would pull off something like this. It WAS Christmas Day dinner, the price was already a little high, but this beverage practise was uncalled for.
The meal was five out of five stars for me and my husband!
First of all, being a licensed food serv ...
First of all, being a licensed food service manager I was appalled when I saw silverware being placed on the bare tabletops by the wait staff instead of being left in the cloth napkins. Those tabletops are in no way free of germs!
I had halibut that must have lived its life in the Gobi desert. I never tasted such dry, overcooked fish before. There was hardly any dressing on my salad, and the amount of ice cream on my dessert was an insult.
My asked for her duck to be prepared medium well, it was delivered rare. At these prices I expect the staff to get it right the first time! I can assure you, we would be hard pressed to return to the Red Stage.
We ate here on Christmas Day while stayi ...
We ate here on Christmas Day while staying at the hotel. We had previously eaten here and thought it was outstanding. Today, the breakfast was delicious and the service was excellent. The omelets were perfect and the grits were the best! However the four course Christmas lunch was mediocre. The squash bisque was very good. The salad was large on greens and so so. The halibut was fine but the accompanying vegetables did not complement the fish very well. The bread pudding and cheesecake were delicious. Our server was OK. We will return in the future as we really do like the hotel and most of the time, the meals are outstanding.
Service was dismal and the food a mixed ...
Service was dismal and the food a mixed bag. Soups and salads were good. The grouper entrée was very good. The halibut entrée was disastrous - the fish was woefully overcooked and placed on a very skimpy bed of tepid chard and mushrooms. Desserts were okay. This was a special Christmas Day menu - and what we had hoped would be a special meal, but that was not to be. Too many excellent choices in this town to settle for overpriced mediocre fare.
We had our Christmas Eve prix fixe dinne ...
We had our Christmas Eve prix fixe dinner here at Red Stag and had high expectations based on the price! The ambiance is more like a casual dinner spot, with some tables looking out on the busy street and the McDonalds across the way. They were also too close to one another, in my opinion. It was also fairly noisy.
The food was just average. The scallops were a bit chewy but the halibut was very good. My salad was average. The bread pudding was cold and had very little flavor. It was a huge disappointment.
We dined at another resort restaurant the next night and had a much better experience there. I found the Red Stag way over priced and did not believe it measured up to the hype.
Took my 83 year old mother to Asheville ...
Took my 83 year old mother to Asheville for Christmas. I chose The Red Stag for Christmas Eve dinner, and it was excellent! It was an experience we will not forget. Staff were excellent, food great, and especially the dessert. Thank you for giving us a great memory!
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