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20 Wall St, Asheville, NC 28801
Near Downtown Ashville
Established in 1979, The Market Place is a casual dining restaurant that specializes in European and American cuisine. The restaurant offers a seasonal menu based on local ingredients. Its menu of snacks includes boiled peanuts, grilled flatebread and pimento cheese. It serves pan seared trout, grits, wilted greens and bacon vinaigrette. In addition, The Market Place operates a bar that features a selection of cocktails and wines. The restaurant provides a variety of dishes for dinner, such as roasted corn vinaigrette, seared sea scallops, oyster mushrooms and French beans. In addition, the restaurant hosts various private functions, business meetings and group functions for up to 100 people. It is located in Asheville, N.C.
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We went there for a birthday celebration. We were sat promptly, greeted quickly but then forgotten about soon thereafter. Once we finally placed our drink order, the server took an incredibly long time with everything else. Our food order took a LONG time.\r Once we finally get our apps, which were great, the food comes and much to my chagrin (and most of my party) all the food was incredibly bland. The venison was just down right boring. The balsamic reduction did not in anyway accent the tasteless meet, not did the fennel. The pork with sausage plate was also very bland. Two dishes were the saving grace of the night: the beef tenderloin medallions (good but not great) and the lamb shank, which I didn't try but the 1 person who got it was pleased.\r \r Long story short, the menu sounds and looks great. The service stinks, the food is totally boring (we had better food at Scully's 1 hour later) and the quality does not meet the price point. I am truly unhappy about having dropped $160 on food that was worse than the bar food I got 3 blocks away. Save your money. Go to Savoy, Scully's or the Jerusalem Garden Cafe.
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