1. The Barboursville Ruins
17655 Winery Rd, Barboursville, Virginia
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Barboursville Vineyards has a lovely picnic spot by the ruins of the home Thomas Jefferson designed for James Barbour.
2. The Inn At Court Square
500 E Jefferson St, Charlottesville, Virginia
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The Inn At Court Square has a lovely wine list and is located in the historic Court Square.
3. Michie Tavern
683 Thomas Jefferson Pkwy, Charlottesville, Virginia
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Michie Tavern is a late 18th century tavern that still serves traditional beers and wine.
4. The Virginian
1521 University Ave, Charlottesville, Virginia
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The Virginian is one of Charlottesville’s oldest surviving restaurants. It has been proudly serving Charlottesville since the 20’s.
5. The Jefferson Theater
110 E Main St, Charlottesville, Virginia
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The Jefferson Theater opened in 1912. Their two full service bars allow you to drink in the very same theater Houdini once performed.
6. Hanover Tavern
13181 Hanover Courthouse Rd, Hanover, Virginia
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Hanover Tavern is a colonial tavern. You can drink in the very same tavern that George Washington graced with his presence.
7. Crab Louies Seafood Tavern
1352 Sycamore Sq, Midlothian, Virginia
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Crab Louies Seafood Tavern sits on the site where it all started. Two Scottish brothers built this house in the 18th century and called it Midlothian. The town that formed around it became Midlothian, VA.
8. Shields Tavern
422 W Duke Of Gloucester St, Williamsburg, Virginia 23185
Shields Tavern is located in Colonial Williamsburg. This 18th century tavern has a great cocktail menu!
9. Christiana Campbell’s Tavern
101 S Waller St, Williamsburg, Virginia 23185
Christiana Campbell’s Tavern is actually noted as George Washington’s favorite seafood spot.
10. Spring House Tavern
325 S Main St, Woodstock, Virginia
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Spring House Tavern is in the 1900’s home that sat on top of a spring. It is said that the people of Woodstock would come to this house for water.
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