Our Favorite Local Businesses
Paul Taylor Custom Sandals
Paul Taylor Custom Sandals was established in 1965. The finest crafted leather sandals in the world. Each pair is made to perfectly fit the feet of the owner. Our sandals are as rugged as a fine saddle.They are wearable art. We also custom-cut belts to fit you while you wait, and have the largest collection of vintage belt buckles in the country.
Tops For Shoes
Find the perfect shoe…and find an exceptional experience at Tops for Shoes. With 300 of the most exciting brands and a staff of dedicated personal shoppers you're sure find the perfect fit, the perfect new style, and the perfect value.
Carolina Bed & Breakfast
An Asheville NC bed and breakfast in the historic Montford District.
Two Ring Studios
Local wedding photographers
Asheville Wedding Professionals
If you are planning a destination wedding in Asheville, NC we can help you find professional wedding vendors based in Asheville. This site will connect you with the area's best wedding vendors – photographers, florists, venues, wedding planners, make-up artists, caterers, officiants, bakers, musicians, and more! All our listed vendors are located in, or around, Asheville so you know they are local and have been vendors for Asheville weddings before.
Rose Hecht Creative
Email Questions to Rosehecht@gmail.com
Shady Grove Fine Flowers
65 N. Lexington Ave
Asheville, NC 28801
Lexington Avenue Merchants Association
Lexington Avenue Arts & Fun Festival
If you want more information about Asheville make your first stop the Asheville Visitor Center in downtown Asheville at 36 Montford Avenue. Pick up brochures and coupons from area attractions and accommodations. For help with finding your way around Asheville, chat with one of the many volunteers who can help customize your visit and provide insider information.
Asheville Downtown Association
The Asheville Downtown Association (ADA) is the voice and resource for over 200 businesses and members supportive and located within the Downtown core. These business members range from small entrepreneurs to large multinational firms. Our residential members range from the downtown resident living above a storefront to residents in other neighborhoods who shares a passion for downtown. All have a vested interest in the economic prosperity of the Downtown core. Ensuring that these members have a voice in critical issues that affect the Downtown is a priority of the ADA. The Issues Committee is the subcommittee of the organization that meets at 9AM on the last Friday of the month to hear issues and seek solutions.
Short Street Cakes
Eloise Farr, Photographer