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Charlottesville Vegetarian Festival

The Annual Charlottesville Vegetarian Festival.

Enjoy a Balloon Ride Over Scenic Charlottesville VA

Hot air balloon rides are fanatasic

Charlottesville Restaurants & Shopping Center | Barracks Road | Shopping & Dining in Charlottesville

Charlottesville Restaurants & Shopping Center | Barracks Road | Shopping & Dining in Charlottesville

Michie Tavern, Charlottesville

One of the best Places to get real yesteryear cooking. Located in Charlottsville VA.

nTelos Wireless Pavilion - C'ville's premier outdoor venue for live performance.

The nTelos Wireless Pavilion is located at the end of the Downtown Mall

public chalkboard, Charlottesville VA

Public Chalkboard, promoting free speech in Charlottesville VA

The Most Locally Sourced Restaurant in Charlottesville.

Brookville Restaurant is farm fresh food from VA in a world class neighborhood setting where we celebrate our community and friends.

Jefferson Vineyards' tasting room (photo: jeffersonvineyards.com)

#94: Go Wine Tasting.

Jefferson Vineyards - Reserve Chardonnay, Viognier and Meritage - Beautiful Wines from the Monticello Wine Trail and the site of our wedding!

Aberdeen Barn - Charlottesville's Best Steakhouse Since 1965

Established in 1965 as Charlottesville's premier steakhouse, dinner at 'the Barn' has become a Charlottesville tradition. Serving only the finest Certified Angus

A Bombay Sapphire martini up and extra dry with olives at Hamilton's, Charlottesville, VA.

Hamilton's on Main, where John Delaney and Jeannette Dwyer go for dinner. (The restaurant always offers a terrific veggie blue plate special on the lunch menu.

Belmont, Charlottesville, VA Then: One of the nation’s earliest planned neighborhoods—born in the 1890’s and raised around the local woolen mills—it declined precipitously when the industry shut down in the 1960’s.  Now: Converted riverside mills, restored Victorian bungalows, and a central location primed this historic district to be the city’s hottest new hood. Más restaurant’s open-air deck and Spanish tapas like creamy croquetas de jamón first lured crowds from nearby downtown in 2001.

Belmont, Charlottesville, VA Then: One of the nation’s earliest planned neighborhoods—born in the 1890’s and raised around the local woolen mills—it declined precipitously when the industry shut down in the 1960’s. Now: Converted riverside mills, restored Victorian bungalows, and a central location primed this historic district to be the city’s hottest new hood. Más restaurant’s open-air deck and Spanish tapas like creamy croquetas de jamón first lured crowds from nearby downtown in 2001.

Market Street Wine Shops

Market Street Wineshop Downtown also get the garlic bread twists

Super cool bar and some of the best (expensive) food at C & O Restaurant in Charlottesville, VA

Super cool bar and some of the best (expensive) food at C & O Restaurant in Charlottesville, VA

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