Coming Soon: The Gus Bus. You’ll be able to enjoy your famous burger off the Corner, down Rugby Road or at Foxfield, for instance. While 500 diners makes a good day at the restaurant, The Gus Bus is likely to feed many multiples of that in the field, and the thought of that brings a tear to Ellis’ eye.“For us,
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.
The Art Park makes art a daily reality by offering opportunities for cultural exposure and education as an experience, through a continuously evolving outdoor patio space and extensive Art Yard. Free to all, the space guides you into play areas, an al fresco reading room, arresting sculptures, and the “Before I Die Wall,” among others.
Here’s what you need to know to enjoy this year’s Virginia Film FestivalWe know; you’re a cinephile and you had your heart set on attending this year's Virginia Film Festival in Charlottesville.. But, for the first time in its storied history, due to the current pandemic, the 33rd Annual Virginia Film Festival will shift to a virtual format this year.
By Cameron Vest ‘15Charlottesville and her surroundings boast 35 of the state’s 300+ vineyards. Not surprisingly some of the best are led by UVA alumni. We spoke with eight about their vineyards, their love of Charlottesville, and how their UVA experiences shaped the wineries they’ve built.But first, let's set the stage. Twelve years before the University of Virginia was established,
In April 2020, UVA unveiled one of the newest and most elegant architectural landscapes in the world, the University’s Memorial to Enslaved Laborers (MEL).