Dining at The Biltmore takes a casual or elegant form with a large choice of venues, each boasting a unique menu.
Refined palates are treated to the ultimate in French cuisine prepared by Chef Gregory Pugin, a Michelin Starred chef, at Palme d’Or. Through his use of fresh and local ingredients, Chef Pugin transports palates to France, while adding a modernized twist that reflects his eclectic culinary history.
Found in the lush courtyard of The Biltmore, Fontana is a mixture of elegance and romance. A center fountain reflects the European style of the hotel, while Chef Beppe Galazzi prepares Italian cuisine using local and fresh ingredients. Here, morning guests can also tuck into a breakfast buffet, or elect to savor à la carte items.
Exuding a classic club restaurant atmosphere, 19th Hole Bar & Grill offers views of the golf course. Here, guests can refresh with a selection of “Brews of the World” while tucking into a casual club sandwich.
Providing al fresco dining next to the famous pool of The Biltmore, Cascade offers lunch and afternoon tapas. The venue also boasts the occasional live musician and has a bar in the loggia found under the cascading waterfall of the hotel.
The Cellar Club Bar offers up coffee as well as morning pastries and a selection of fresh fruit. During the day the bar offers up over 100 wines by the glass and can be found in the lower lobby near the Fontana restaurant.
Settle in for cocktails and old school glamour at the Biltmore Bar in the lower lobby. Here, guests who smoke may enjoy outdoor seating.
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