New Belgium’s Tour de Fats, vegan eatery, Zia Taqueria

A nationwide brewery will deliver its annual occasion again to Asheville, a neighborhood meals truck finds a everlasting dwelling and a taco eatery reopens after a full redesign. 

Rolling on

An Asheville brewery is rolling ahead with one among its annual, standard occasions after being canceled throughout the COVID-19 pandemic.

New Belgium Brewing will revive Tour de Fats Asheville on Oct. 8.

More than 500 cyclists paraded from the French Broad Outfitters at Hominy Creek to New Belgium in the Inaugural Asheville on Bikes and New Belgium Tour de Fat Bike Parade on Sept. 22, 2018.

The main points for this 12 months’s pageant of wheels are nonetheless being deliberate, in keeping with a spokesperson, however it should keep true to its basis.

Tour de Fats is a community-driven celebration centered round bicycles and beer. In 1999, New Belgium launched the occasion and have introduced it yearly in Asheville and Fort Collins, Colorado. Historically, Tour de Fats includes a pedal-powered bicycle parade with costumed riders of all ages among the many fold. Plus, music, video games, leisure and loads of New Belgium beer pouring from the faucets.

The occasion advantages bicycle advocacy and nonprofit organizations within the cities. Greater than $5 million has been raised to assist bike advocacy, schooling and trails.

New Belgium is at 21 Craven St. in Asheville. For updates, go to

Placing down roots

The Trashy Vegan meals truck is making huge strikes this 12 months.

The Trashy Vegan homeowners, Joel Boggs and Michelle Edwards, have claimed a everlasting handle at 697 Haywood Highway in West Asheville, in Foothills Butcher Bar’s former west location.

The neighborhood is the place the companions obtained their begin and the place a lot of their buyer base resides, Boggs mentioned.

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