It’s nearing the middle of the summer, but Charlottesville hasn’t run out of great summer events yet. Here are the experiences you need to have during July 2018.
It’s peach season in the Northern Hemisphere! Plan a day at The Market at Grelen and pick your own peaches in their beautiful orchards.
Follow The Charlottesville Guide Vlogs to Draft Taproom as we chat with general manager, Clay, and sample a few of their 64 taps.
Experience the opulence of DuCard Vineyards’s lineup of premium wines, locally sourced cheese plates, charcuterie, and desserts.
The web team here at The Charlottesville Guide has been concocting some exciting plans over the past few months. Or, you could say we’ve been brewing some exciting ideas and filtering out the ones that were a little too crazy. We’ve been hopping around town to bring this project to fruition.
The Charlottesville Guide’s correspondent, Tim Mills, was lucky enough to get a VIP tour of Michie Tavern. Here’s what we learned from his trip.
Traditionally, the only restaurants that were open late night were fast food joints. But, times have changed. Now, many more restaurants are keeping later hours for the night-owl crowd. This is especially true in the booming foodie haven of Charlottesville. Here are the places for late night food with a little C-ville flair and flavor.
With hundreds of popular occasions in Charlottesville this spring, it can be difficult to know exactly which ones to attend. From music to food, here’s a list of Charlottesville’s spring traditions and events you absolutely cannot miss!
The Charlottesville Guide interviews a food blogger, photographer, and poet by the pen-name He.the.Bard. Her creative work highlights the unique, quirky, and beautiful details of Charlottesville’s many restaurants.