A relative newcomer to the Charlottesville food scene, Tristan Wraight opened Oakhart Social with his business partner (and childhood friend) Ben Clore in late 2014, after nearly five years of working toward the goal. But Wraight’s no stranger to the kitchen—he started as a dishwasher at a bakery in high school and worked his way to […]
Whether you’re slicing up a fresh tomato to anoint your BLT or asking for extra arugula at the lunch counter, it’s definitely sammy season. We recommend taking yours to go and enjoying it in the sunshine. Here are three of our picks that achieve picnic perfection. IvP Banh Mi (pictured) For meat lovers: roasted pork, pâté and […]
In the five years since she’s owned the shop, PK Ross has made quite a few changes to Splendora’s—most notably by adding a whole host of flavors to the repertoire. We caught up with her ahead of Splendy’s fifth birthday (June 24!) to chat about some of the biggest gaffes, greatest successes and what’s up […]
What’s a dessert lover gotta do to get some straight up, full-fat ice cream* when fro-yo is as ubiquitous as Starbucks? Head to one of these local spots for homemade creamy goodness, that’s what. Chap’s 223 E. Main St., Downtown Mall, 977-4139 Take your pick from more than 20 flavors (recommended: classic butter pecan), then […]
It’s backyard barbecue season. But before you fire up the grill, it’s important to be prepared. Sam Rochester, executive chef at Downtown Grille, offers this advice for grilling restaurant-worthy food at home. First, know your grill. “Propane is fast and easy, and gives food a more crisp finish,” he says. However, charcoal grills give food […]
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