My wife and I were in Asheville for six nights celebrating our 40th wedding anniversary. We ate at all of the vegetarian restaurants of which we had knowledge (Laughing Seed, Plant, Rosetta's itchen and Homegrown). We're not pure vegetarian but prefer eating that way, in addition to some seafood and poultry dishes - absolutely no red meat period. No knock on those who do eat meat (the majority of people), it's just not our thing. Posana was up-scale enough to choose as our actual anniversary night restaurant, to dress up a bit and celebrate. Posana was billed as vegetarian-friendly and even (somehow) is listed under "vegetarian" in the Asheville visitor center official website. We expected more options: There are a couple of interesting salads and starters but as for regular hot dinner entrees, there is exactly one (1) on the menu - which I ordered, a delicious tofu dish. Kudos to Posana for having a tofu dish. But to be vegetarian-friendly, there needs to be more than just one veggie dinner entree! My wife loves scallops and therefore ordered the scallops . . . which on the menu come wrapped in bacon. That's actually offensive to stick red meat into a seafood entree. Of course, she was able to order without bacon and our server was quite accomodating, and to make up for that agreed to one additional side vegetable. However, it wasn't brought out to the table with the rest of our food. Later when the server swung by and we pointed that out to him, he brought it pronto. A good guy. The sparkling wine (a Spanish Cava) was excellent a good value off their better-than-average wine list. The ambiance and decor are fine. I'm wondering about the review dated Nov. 2, 2013 that claims Posana to have vegan dishes (plural), as there was only the one veggis dish on the menu (and only the regular menu was served on a Saturday night, no specials, which was kind of surprising and a little disappointing. Not likely to return on future Asheville visits.