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Wine & Dine Jefferson Style Fresh Local Foods

D ining G uide

Charlottesville lies among a few beautiful counties whose rich agricultural history and farm communities are well loved and supported by our many local restaurants and residents. Even the students at UVA have access to fresh produce through a food delivery program that partners with local farmers and artisans. Area chefs take great pride in creating memorable meals and letting the artisan’s hand show through when plating locally crafted cheese, charcuterie and jam. Agri-artisans on the Monticello Artisan Trail supply the community with anything from locally grown fruits and vegetables to Virginia-raised cattle and chickens. When dining locally, take note of the farms and artisanal ventures mentioned on menus, for you may encounter some of the people at a local farmers market when in season. During winter months, stop by a local specialty store and you are sure to find a taste of all that Charlottesville has to offer. At the newly opened Charlottesville Wine & Country Shop, you’ll find an array of local products from wine and beer to jams, coffee and more — the perfect souvenir or gift to take home with you.

Gouda cheese

made with love. For more information, visit olamonastery.org

3365 Monastery Drive, Crozet

European-Inspired Fare Serving breakfast, brunch, lunch, coffee, & baked goods. 700 Rose Hill Drive, Charlottesville 434.529.6118 | mariebette.com

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Exploring Jefferson's Virginia