Kid-Friendly Restaurants in and around Asheville

Asheville Pizza & Brewing

Slinging pizzas since 1998, this independently owned & operated pizza joint and brewery is a local family-friendly hang-out. Kids enjoy the $3 dine-in theatre and the large arcade room with big TV screen, air hockey, ski ball, arcade games and more. 675 Merrimon Ave, Asheville.

Sierra Nevada Brewery & Taproom

This large brewery offers a great kid-friendly outdoor space where families can enjoy the more casual Back Porch menu, sit fireside, explore the natural trail, and play in the large sandbox with cool toys. Kids also love the brewery’s full vegetable & herb garden. 100 Sierra Nevada Way, Mills River

The Hop Ice Cream Cafe

This local ice cream cafe has served up hand-crafted cones since 1978. A local favorite, Hop offers free family entertainment and events at each of their 2 locations in Asheville. Parents can enjoy their coffee and espressso bar while kids enjoy the kid-friendly space with toys and things to do.

Creekside Taphouse, Asheville

Located in the Haw Creek neighborhood of East Asheville, this taphouse specializes in burgers, wings and brews. This large, casual setting is great for kids with games, large outdoor space with patio, volleyball court, playground area and flowing creek. Kids and dogs are welcome! 8 Beverly Rd

Salvage Station, Asheville

This riverfront bar, restaurant, concert hall, and special events venue is located near downtown in the artsy River Arts District. They feature in-house smoked meats, sandwiches, and lighter fare. Enjoy the grassy field overlooking the river, great for families. 468 Riverside Dr, Asheville

White Duck Taco, Asheville

This popular riverfront taco shop located in the River Art’s District of Asheville is a casual, kid & dog-friendly restaurant. Large outdoor space has picnic tables and room for kids to run around. 388 Riverside Dr, Asheville

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