Local restaurant openings and closings in April

Once Kathyrn Matthews, who grew up in England, got a taste of American-style breakfast, she set out to capture those flavors with a puff pastry-waffle hybrid known as the paffle. Photo by Tom McGovern Once Kathyrn Matthews, who grew up in England, got a taste of American-style breakfast, she set out to capture those flavors with a puff pastry-waffle hybrid known as the paffle. Photo by Tom McGovern

In April, six food places in Charlottesville opened their doors: Found. Market Co., Vu Noodles and Pearl Island Catering in the Jefferson School Café, Iron Paffles and Coffee, Snowing in Space Coffee Co., Mama Meals at Charlottesville Cooking School and Oliva.


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