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Old 06-27-2011, 09:48 AM
 
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Frank's is on our list for the next visit, but our most recent visit was yesterday. Most of the places that were anywhere close to where we were are closed on Sunday, so we had to improvise. The Harris Teeter on Hendersonville Road has some BH products (enough to tide us over until our next Asheville trip).

Thanks all for all the info here.
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Old 06-27-2011, 11:55 AM
 
Location: Greenville, SC
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Good gosh, I see that Asheville loves Boar's Head as much as the Upstate.

It's too bad that Publix is not available - they have a wide variety of BH's products - I love the cajun turkey!

Publix is slowly encroaching on western NC. It's established in Chattanooga, Upstate SC, NE Atlanta suburbs (Gainesville), and, soon to be south of Charlotte (Fort Mill, SC). As I've stated, Publix would dominate the Asheville grocery scene if it chose to establish.
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Old 07-01-2011, 12:37 PM
 
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Publix is slowly encroaching on western NC. It's established in Chattanooga, Upstate SC, NE Atlanta suburbs (Gainesville), and, soon to be south of Charlotte (Fort Mill, SC). As I've stated, Publix would dominate the Asheville grocery scene if it chose to establish.
Publix would beat Ingles, but would it beat the organic stores in WNC? Around Asheville, organic is popular.
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Old 07-01-2011, 12:41 PM
 
Location: Birmingham, Alabama
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^ Yes, I believe it surely would, because organic is expensive. Very few people can afford to literally shop for their groceries at the Greenlife or Earth Fare. Most regular working people do buy their groceries from Ingles. And Ingles has deep roots here, it would be difficult to force them out like that.
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Old 07-05-2011, 07:38 AM
 
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Franks Deli is fabulous! We even had them cater a lunch for 14 people and they bent over backwards to do the most beautiful platters and it was all delicious. BUT, it's not for family dining. There is no where to sit except outside in good weather. He will help you with anything sliced by the pound. Take out the sandwiches. If he has his spectacular meatball sub on special that day, get one for two people.
Not far from the Biltmore heading downtown on a back street near the Orange Peel is a great new place called STORM. You can google it. Fresh, varied fun menu and good prices. You might want to try that also.
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Old 07-05-2011, 08:49 AM
 
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I realize this is a bit of a trivial question, but can anyone tell me what stores/delis in Asheville sell Boar's Head cold cuts?

I live in Johnson City but visit Asheville every so often. Boar's Head isn't available in JC, so I try to stock up when I'm there. The one place I've found that sells the product doesn't carry all the varieties I like, so I wanted to see if anyone else was familiar with places.

Thanks for any help you can provide.
Viva Deli on Haywood Rd. in West Asheville (across from the Sunny Point Cafe)
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