On any given day at C’ville Coffee you’ll likely see a cross-section of Charlottesville’s diverse citizenry.
Don’t waste your time wondering why the people behind Camino would open a new restaurant in this climate.
Lauren McRaven, who started The Flat Takeaway Crêperie (which, incidentally is getting back in gear after limited hours during all the construction along Water Street)
A few weeks ago, when Charlottesville was rated among the “50 Best Places to Launch a Small Business,” little did we know that “Small” meant tiny—as in a 6′ x 10′ mobile donut truck. The editors of Money magazine gave Charlottesville’s small business climate props in part because of the presence of UVA’s Darden School […]
After nine years in the North Wing of Barracks Road Shopping Center, Wild Greens is scheduled to close for good on Halloween.
When Restaurantarama learned that The Boar’s Head Inn’s new pastry chef started in his position six months ago, we thought we were terribly derelict in getting the news, but Kes Thuys, who came to Boar’s Head most recently from a pastry chef stint at Yosemite National Park assures us we’re not too late: “The first […]
Since Si Tapas and its related upstairs music venue Is closed abruptly two weeks ago, new details have emerged regarding its owner Mo Roman,
As our Feedback blog first reported last week, Si Tapas on W. Main Street has closed. After a year in business at the old site of Starr Hill Brewery and Music Hall, the outpost of Richmond restaurant Si, from regional restaurant mogul Mo Roman, has ceased operations of both its kitchen and its upstairs music […]
“Restaurants are great places to meet people,” says Dan Epstein, co-owner with his brother of Eppie’s on the Downtown Mall.
When Fardowners opened on the Square in Crozet, chef Mark Cosgrove never imagined he’d eventually be serving sliders and wings.
When friends ask us if we’d like to go out for sushi, Restaurantarama has to pause, take a very deep breath and say, “Mmm…maybe.
Ray Sellers owns 13 Domino’s Pizza franchises in Charlottesville and in Augusta, Rockingham and Shenandoah Counties
All summer Restaurantarama has been dying to know what kind of renovations are going on behind that mysterious plywood façade in front of what soon will be Trinity Irish Pub
When Cantina opened on Elliewood Avenue on Friday, July 17, owner Elizabeth Manatad still had paint on her arms.
While the rest of us have been busy following other Belmont news, namely the controversy over a re-zoning application that would permit an existing residence on Hinton Avenue to become a restaurant
Alex George, owner of Just Curry, is behind a new project at the old Fry’s Spring Service Station on Jefferson Park Avenue
Score another point for the Belmont residents who’ve rallied against the addition of another restaurant to Hinton Avenue.
It seems we’ve spent the last few months reporting on the variety of survival-mode tactics many restaurants have been taking in light of the economic recession.