The Ridley stands out as an exciting new entry into Charlottesville’s dining scene. Its central location, inside a prestigious hotel in the heart of an urban enterprise zone pulsing with the pace of students and professionals, makes for an invigorating dining experience with relaxed Charlottesville formality.
That cell phone-free possibility will impress you as you walk along the six hiking trails that circumvent Pine Knot, the same trails TR and his family walked to decompress and explore. Suddenly the red clay and rolling fields visible through the woods adopt a new character for us. This is a setting TR himself fell in love with, and one
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Follow The Charlottesville Guide Vlogs as we visit Beer Run, chat with beer-buyer and expert-of-beer, Justin, and sample one of their trendiest beers.
The Rivanna Trail is Exhibit A that Cville is as cool as its hype. Born over 30 years ago, today the trail remains as essential as it is magical, 20 miles of city-encircling, urban-escaping, recreation path that rivals the best in America.
Learn more about the top vegan and vegetarian eateries in Charlottesville, with hours, addresses and contact information for each business.
This is one of our favorite bars in Charlottesville, and also happens to be linked to one of the best restaurants.
Whatever your resolution is (or was) remember: Skipping a day doesn’t mean the whole year is ruined. The gym will empty out by April, but you can go back in June. Or September. No pressure.
If you haven’t checked out Maru yet, they’re doing restaurant week right. Their 3-course offering of authentically delicious Korean dishes is an ideal way to sample a bunch of flavors
Charlottesville has two indisputable heroic fixtures: Bodo’s Bagels and Thomas Jefferson.