Honest food, artfully prepared.
Heirloom – (n); Something of special value handed on from one generation to another.

Heirloom Hospitality Group (HHG) is a family-owned company dedicated to creating culinary traditions through exceptional hospitality and food that ignites the spirit of discovery and adventure. You’ll find us celebrating Old World traditions and the tantalizing favorites of Spain at Cúrate, our nationally-acclaimed tapas restaurant. Just around the corner at Nightbell, we’re busy putting a new twist on traditional American cuisine, serving up creative craft cocktails and spinning tunes all night long.

Food that feeds the body, nourishes the soul, and delights the senses. That’s the spirit of HHG. Come join us and discover our flavorful tradition that we call heirloom hospitality.

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  • Recreate a Nightbell favorite dessert at home
    Recreate a Nightbell favorite dessert at home
    Garden & Gun magazine highlights Chef Katie Button’s tasty creation The October/November issue of Garden & Gun magazine features a recipe for Nightbell’s Molten Peanut Butter Mini-Cakes. Garden & Gun is a magazine that embraces Southern culture and shares it with the world. In this feature, readers […]...
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  • Katie Button tells her story on local podcast
    Katie Button tells her story on local podcast
    Finding Asheville podcast interviews Chef Katie Button for their latest episode On Nathan Miller’s last podcast as host of Finding Asheville, he interviews Chef Katie Button, chef and co-owner of the “most consistent and exciting restaurants in Asheville,” Nightbell and Cúrate Tapas Bar. She discusses her professional […]...
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  • Pig out at Cúrate
    Pig out at Cúrate
    Local potter creates one-of-a-kind restaurant souvenirs Tapas-style dining has long included the use of toothpicks. Diners use the toothpicks to spear a piece of food from a shared plate. At Cúrate, small ceramic pigs hold the toothpicks at the bar and at each table.   These pigs […]...
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