The flagship restaurant, located inside of the nationally-touted Grey Eagle Music Hall in Asheville’s River Arts District, is slated to expand to three new locations across Western North Carolina this summer.
Both BearWaters Brewing, which opened a second brick and mortar establishment in Maggie Valley on May 29 and Big Pillow Brewing in Hot Springs have revealed plans to offer The Grey Eagle’s Latin-inspired menu from their respective kitchens.
Co-owner of The Grey Eagle Taqueria, Sarah Keith and her crew have been hard at work refining new dishes so that every taqueria location has something distinct to offer.
“We are excited about introducing The Grey Eagle Taqueria’s Latin inspired cuisine to the Canton, Maggie Valley and Madison County communities,” Keith said. “Our head chefs, Janelle Koelling and Maxwell Baker, have thoughtfully created individual menus to offer a unique experience to each location.”
“We couldn’t be more excited about extending our collaboration with The Grey Eagle Taqueria to the kitchen in our main brewery in Canton,” said Mark Cervero, director of operations at BearWaters. “Their tacos and entrees are the perfect fusion of traditional authentic Mexican fare coupled with a beautifully health-conscious contemporary spin.”
BearWaters in Maggie Valley also saw the launch of their Creekside taproom and production brewery last month which included the official reveal of their Grey Eagle Taqueria kitchen, complete with carefully-spaced indoor and outdoor seating arrangements and masked wait staff.
BearWaters has also started manufacturing their own hand sanitizer, which is available to customers at both locations. The brewery will continue to practice rigorous health and safety measures.