HOME – Isis Music Hall

Kitchen 743 offers up a creative fare of bites, sharing plates, and entrees. Perfect choices for a light patio bite or dinner and a show.

Set in the heart of West Asheville, Isis Theater was built in 1937 as a single screen movie theater and screened its last film in 1957. We as a family revamped the theater to what is now Kitchen 743 @ Isis Music Hall. A place to catch an intimate dinner and a show, or a rock show with 450 other people!

Isis is a concert venue with an accompanying bar and restaurant. Many of the artists and performers we feature are recognized national or regional acts.

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