A visit to Monticello is food for your mind! But what about food for your belly? If you’ve worked up an appetite touring Charlottesville’s most famous destination, fear not: you won’t go hungry for long. Here’s our recommendation on great restaurants nearby Thomas Jefferson’s “Little Mountain.”
With this summer heating up, it's only fair that we here at the Charlottesville Guide settle a hotly contested debate: who has the best ice cream in Charlottesville? We've got some suggestions for you to try and see yourself! Here's our list of the creamiest, tastiest, most addictive ice cream shops in C-ville. Best Ice Cream in Charlottesville Chaps Surely a fan favorite
Three years ago, when Phyllis Hunter, Melissa Close, and Gail Hobbs Page -- three women handy with skillets, schedules, and southern hospitality -- organized a group of like-minded colleagues to form Charlottesville Women in Food (CWIF), their ambition was to create a support group for their kind – that is, Women dedicated to making a living in food. Today, CWIF counts
Despite the already-decked halls around Charlottesville, there’s still a holiday left between today and Christmas. It’s a day when the people of Charlottesville gather together, share stories and some good-natured ribbing, and eat some turkey. That’s right, it’s the annual UVA vs Virginia Tech football game. For those of us that don’t follow football, it’s an excellent excuse to eat
One of our favorite weeks of summer is finally here- Charlottesville Restaurant week! Amid the epic and eclectic spreads on offer this summer, we grabbed five favorites you really shouldn’t miss: The Clifton (née Clifton Inn) Is re-opened, with a vengeance. If you were a fan of the old restaurant and haven’t had a chance to make it back out, here’s
With all the great Charlottesvsille eateries to choose from, where do Wahoo legends go to dine and entertain? We frequently welcome back some of UVA’s greatest athletic heroes, and it’s no surprise they often bring a hearty appetite. “When I come back to town, I go to the Aberdeen Barn and to Burton’s Grill,” said Virginia’s legendary Ralph Sampson,
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.
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.