Isis Restaurant and Music Hall

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Isis Restaurant and Music Hall, formerly Pastabilities Restaurant, is housed in the historic 1930s Isis Theater. One of the ghosts here is Susie, a former owner’s little girl who passed away. One time, a restaurant patron’s young daughter was having a lively chat with someone unseen, and when asked whom she was speaking to, the little girl answered “Susie.” An older man’s apparition has been seen here as well, along with strange phenomena like whistling, whispers, footsteps on the projection room stairs, and objects that fly off the shelves.

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Geographic Information

743 Haywood Rd
Asheville, NC 28806
United States

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35.5781214, -82.59312510000001
Buncombe County, North Carolina
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Weaverville, NC (8.4 mi.)
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