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Charlottesville Restaurant Week

January 14, 2014

The first Charlottesville Restaurant Week begins January 26, 2014 and ends February 1, 2014. $1 of each meal from each restaurant will benefit the Blue Ridge Food Bank . For each $1 donation they are able to provide 4 meals. Please visit Charlottesville Restaurant Week website for a complete list of participating restaurants. Bon Appetit!

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Eater Review of Charlottesville Restaurants

October 1, 2013

Previously we’ve written about many of our personal favorite places to eat in Charlottesville.  You’ll find many of those reviews in our categories on the right of this page under such titles as ‘Restaurants’ and ‘Charlottesville People and Places’. Now there’s a fresh view of some of the newer eateries in C’ville that’s catching folks’ attention, […]

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Sadza Cakes at Shebeen

August 10, 2013

If I had known how to adequately describe one of my favorite Charlottesville restaurant dishes, I’d have written about this sooner.  But the meal is so deliciously complex and unique that I was at a loss for words.   But lucky me.  Preston Long from Charlottesville’s Cville Magazine, a local paper, has captured exactly what I […]

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Charlottesville Restaurant Week

June 24, 2013

July 8th – 14th, 2013 Mark your calendars now to enjoy delicious meals at some of the finest restaurants in Charlottesville! You can’t beat these deals and a $1 of every meal goes to the Boys and Girls Clubs of Central Virginia. A list of participating restaurants and their contact information for reservations can be […]

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Feed Me Seymour

May 19, 2013

The area in and around Charlottesville’s Barracks Rd shopping center is getting a real assortment of new restaurants and eateries.  Fine by us.  We like to eat.    They range from national chain restaurants to more Virginia-based operations.  If you’ve followed our blog accounts of new eateries in C’ville…. you can see how we might end […]

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Charlottesville’s Wonderful Chef

March 19, 2013

We can vouch for the fact that while he was a chef at Fossett’s restaurant at Keswick Hall… and also while he prepared the predictably fantastic food at Duner’s restaurant … chef Curtis Shaver deserved his stellar reputation for providing innovative and wonderful foods of all types. Recently the owners of Hamilton’s restaurant on Charlottesville’s downtown mall […]

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Charlottesville Noodles

December 3, 2012

Yay.  Count me among the millions of people around the globe who love noodles.  Pasta.  Of all kinds.  Hot or cold.  Sauced or straight up.  It doesn’t matter, they’re all good. Now Charlottesville will be adding yet another specialty restaurant on Dec. 3rd at Stonefield, this one aptly named “Noodles”.  Guess what’s on their menu?  […]

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Have It Your Way

November 19, 2012

Browsing through recent news accounts, it seems almost impossible to me that, within hours, police departments in two different areas of the country were called to the scenes of two separate Burger King restaurants….. both for having a driver plow right through the side of the building.   I mean, what are the odds?   One incident took place […]

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Tex Mex Coming to Charlottesville

October 9, 2012

Apparently another restaurant has targeted Charlottesville’s hospitable dining climate to open a new place to eat.  A Tex-Mex establishment based in Houston, named Cyclone Anaya’s, has announced that it will soon open its doors in Charlottesville.   They describe Cyclone Anaya’s atmosphere as “clubby” and “homey”.   Their plans include a margarita cart for making tableside margaritas, and they […]

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Popular St. Maartens Cafe Sponsors UVa Sports

October 7, 2012

We’ve written previously about a very popular cafe/bar on The Corner of UVa’s campus.  It’s one of those places that you likely won’t just stumble past, because it’s kind of hidden around a little street.  When St. Maarten’s owners and founders (since 1985) decided to go in another direction, the patrons quickly banded together to […]

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