18 Great CVille Places To Eat Local

Jerry Miller, CEO

1. Beer Run

beer run
156 Carlton Road, Suite 203, Charlottesville, Virginia
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Beer Run is a great casual New American restaurant with seasonal and locally sourced, organic ingredients whenever possible.

2. Brookville Restaurant

brookville
225 W Main St, Charlottesville, Virginia
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Brookville Restaurant serves exciting, contemporary Southern cuisine with up to 95% of it coming from Virginia farmers or the chef’s garden.

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3. Fossett’s

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701 Club Dr, Keswick, Virginia
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Fossett’s uses herbs and produce from the chef’s garden as well as locally sourced, Virginia meat and produce.

4. Revolutionary Soup

revsoupsoup
104 14th St NW, Charlottesville, Virginia
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Revolutionary Soup uses local, eco-friendly sources for their organic ingredients.

5. The Local

thelocal
824 Hinton Ave, Charlottesville, Virginia
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The Local offers “comfort food with a conscience.” They work hard to feature locally sourced produce, meat, spirits, wine and cheese.

6. Rapture

rapturefood
303 E Main St, Charlottesville, Virginia
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Rapture uses locally sourced ingredients and their head chef’s Virginia background to bring you gourmet soul food.

7. Maya Restaurant

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633 W Main St, Charlottesville, Virginia
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Maya Restaurant has locally sourced food made from scratch, daily. They focus on old fashioned Southern food.

8. The Whiskey Jar

whiskeyjar
227 W Main St, Charlottesville, Virginia
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The Whiskey Jar uses produce from the owner’s farm. Their meat, seasoning, most of meat and even the flour is locally sourced. The owner also hires local foragers to get wild ingredients for the restaurant.

9. PastureQ

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2050 Bond St Suite 180, Charlottesville, Virginia
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PastureQ uses Virginia ham, cheese, seafood, meats and produce in their cooking.

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10. FIG

jambalaya
1331 W Main St Charlottesville, Virginia
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FIG’s owner, Anja Andelic gets many of her ingredients from The City Market. Even the flowers on the table come from there!

11. Red Pump Kitchen

redpump
401 E Main St, Charlottesville, Virginia
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Red Pump Kitchen uses local Virginia famers to bring us the flavors of Tuscany.

12. MAS Tapas

mastapas
904 Monticello Rd, Charlottesville, Virginia
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MAS Tapas has locally sourced meats, grains, honey, herbs and produce for their Spanish tapas menu.

13. C & O Restaurant

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515 E Water St, Charlottesville, Virginia
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C & O Restaurant cultivates relationships with local farmers, cheese makers, winemakers and ranchers to create an exciting New American menu.

14. Orzo Kitchen & Wine Bar

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416 W Main St, Charlottesville, Virginia
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Orzo Kitchen & Wine Bar takes the flavors of The Mediterranean and makes it local with fresh Central Virginia produce.

15. TJ’s Tavern

tj'stavern
990 Hilton Heights Rd, Charlottesville, Virginia
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TJ’s Tavern honors our local founding father by using Virginia wine, produce and beer.

16. Fleurie

fleurie
108 3rd St NE, Charlottesville, Virginia
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Fleurie’s fine dining uses produce and herbs from the chef’s garden.

17. Citizen Burger Bar

citizenburger
212 E Main St, Charlottesville, Virginia
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Citizen Burger Bar uses carefully selected ingredients from regional farms and responsibly raised meats.

18. Public Fish & Oyster

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513 W Main St, Charlottesville, Virginia
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Public Fish & Oyster supports many Virginia farms and can tell you where are their oyster varieties come from.

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