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VENUE GUIDE

JUL 29—AUG 4, 2018

McArthur Squash Center Boar’s Head Sports Club Charlottesville, VA


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WELCOME TO CHARLOTTESVILLE! The following pages lists some of the numerous restaurants, shops and places to visit in and around Charlottesville. Also, check out this blog from the Charlottesville Chamber of Commerce on 100 Reasons to Visit Charlottesville and Albermarle County

Enjoy your stay!


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2100 Hydraulic Road Charlottesville, VA 22901 Hours: Mon-Sat from 10AM to 8PM Sunday from 12PM to 5PM info@shopsatstonefield.com

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LEAVE YOUR MARK! 946 Grady Avenue Charlottesville, VA 22903 (434) 293-0610


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Albermarle Baking Company PHOTO

Their award-winning breads, cakes, and pastries are handcrafted in their bakery using only the finest ingredients. Their breads are found on the tables of most of the finest dining establishments in Charlottesville. They are the bakery of choice of many of the caterers in the area, and of many specialty food shops.

418 West Main Street Charlottesville, VA 22902 (434) 293-6456 http://www.albemarlebakingco.com/

Atlas Coffee PHOTO

Serving great coffee, espresso, and tea, Atlas Coffee is a friendly neighborhood espresso bar where the pastries are fresh-baked and the coffee is locally roasted. Their syrups are homemade using vanilla beans, Ghirardelli chocolate, and caramelized cane sugar. Chai is brewed inhouse with fresh ginger. Pick up a pound of Atlas Blend coffee beans for home, either whole bean or ground to order.

2206 B Fontaine Avenue Charlottesville, VA 22903 (434) 970-1700 http://atlascoffeecville.com/


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Barracks Road Shopping Center PHOTO

At Barracks Road you will find restaurants, grocery stores, pharmacy and specialty shops. Barracks Road is very easy to get to, no matter where you’re coming from. At the corner of Emmet Street and Barracks Road in Charlottesville, it’s just minutes away from the University of Virginia and downtown Charlottesville. Many area hotels offer bus services to and from Barracks Road.

1117 Emmett Street Charlottesville, VA 22903 (434) 977-9233 http://barracksroad.com

Birdwood Grill at the Boar’s Head PHOTO

Enjoy a round of golf at the acclaimed Birdwood golf course, then enjoy a post-round snack or drink on the covered patio with stunning views of the Blue Ridge Mountains. Birdwood Grill offers one of Charlottesville's most extraordinary views of the Blue Ridge Mountains and is open to the public daily. Stop by for a workday lunch break or have a drink on our covered patio before or after your round of golf. Golfers, place an order at Hole #9 and have it ready when you make the turn. Menu items include salads, appetizers, sandwiches, and more.

410 Golf Course Dr Charlottesville, VA 22903 (434) 293-6401 https://www.boarsheadresort.com/dining/birdwood-grill


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Birdwood Golf Club PHOTO

Among Golf Digest's Best Places to Play, Birdwood Golf Course in Charlottesville is a nationally acclaimed, 18-hole course with stunning Blue Ridge Mountain views, breathtaking vistas, and challenging golf. A par-72 championship course, Birdwood also features meals and lighter fare at the Birdwood Grill, as well as a fully stocked Pro Shop offering an extensive line of world-class equipment, apparel, and accessories. Please book your tee time by calling: (434) 293-GOLF (4653)

200 Ednam Drive Charlottesville, VA 22903 (434) 296-2181 www.boardsheadresort.com/golf

BJ’s Brewhouse PHOTO

Since their humble beginnings back in 1978, they’ve continued to refine their brewhouse experience to make BJ’s a place where you can make the most of any meal. They want BJ’s to be a place where the moment you leave is the moment you plan on coming back. They pride themselves in their craft and attention to detail. Guests come here for their award-winning handcrafted beer. They come here for the Southern California twist they’ve put on the Chicago-style pizza. And they come here for their Pizookies, their world-renowned dessert. But above all they know people come here to make their good times better.

3924 Lenox Ave Charlottesville, VA 22901 (434) 422-5170 http://www.bjrestaurants.com


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Burton’s Grill PHOTO

Since opening their doors in 2005, Burtons Grill & Bar has had a simple goal in a complex and highly competitive business, “Delight every Guest“ one at a time. Whether it’s their traditional fare you have come to love, or their chef-driven, innovative local preparations, they promise to keep you coming back for more. With their legendary scratch kitchen, they are able to customize their menu offerings to meet your dietary needs or wants.

2010 Bond Street Charlottesville, VA 22901 (434) 977-1111 http://burtonsgrill.com/

Boylan Heights PHOTO

At Boylan Heights, their main goal is to provide a completely guilt-free burger. They offer only the finest organic beef from local Virginia and Maryland farms. The meat is dry aged for 21-26 days to further deepen the flavor, and their beef is ground fresh daily. It is naturally-raised Angus, hormone and antibiotic-free, grass-fed and most importantly... healthy.

102 14th St NW Charlottesville, VA 22903 (434) 984-5707 http://www.boylan-heights.com/


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Burger Bach PHOTO

Burger Bach is a New Zealand inspired gastropub whose concept originated in Richmond in 2012. They source their Certified Grass Fed pasture raised beef and lamb from Silver Fern Farms and pride themselves on their house-made sauces, condiments and dressings. Their award-winning burgers can be paired up with 30 craft drafts, Southern Hemisphere wines and specialty cocktails. The burgers and fries are supported by a simple and delicious seafood offering, a raw bar that focuses on Mid-Atlantic oysters and freshly tossed salads. Relax and indulge at the Bach, your home away from home.

2050 Bond St Charlottesville, VA 22901 (434) 328.2812 http://www.theburgerbach.com

Carter Mountain Orchard PHOTO

For over one hundred years, the Chiles Family has been carefully tending its orchards. Beginning with a card table, cigar box, and roadside stand, the first generation of the Chiles Family sold the fruit of their labors to neighbors and folks passing through. Since that time, the orchards have grown to become community favorites and destinations for visitors far and wide.

1435 Carters Mountain Trail Charlottesville, VA 22901 (434) 977-1833 http://chilesfamilyorchards.com/orchards/carter-mountain-orchard/


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City Market PHOTO

A producer only market of farmers, food vendors, crafts, and artisans since 1973 – The Charlottesville City Market is held every Saturday from 7:00am till Noon from April through December. City Market offers fresh produce, herbs, plants, grass fed meats, crafts, and baked goods from local vendors.

Water and South St Parking Lot Charlottesville, VA 22902 (434) 970-3371 https://www.charlottesvillecitymarket.com/

Downtown Mall

The Downtown Mall in Charlottesville, Virginia is one of the longest pedestrian malls in the United States. Located on Main Street, it runs from 6th St. N.E. to Old Preston Ave., where it extends to Water St., for total length of eight blocks. It is laid with brick and concrete, and home to an array of restaurants, shops, offices and art galleries. On Fridays in the spring, summer and fall, the Downtown Mall is host to Fridays After 5, a weekly concert series. Several side streets are also paved in brick and likewise closed to traffic. On the east, the Mall ends at the Sprint Pavilion, an outdoor concert venue, while the west end of the Mall features an Omni Hotel and an indoor ice skating rink. It is also home to the newly renovated Paramount Theater and the historic Jefferson Theater.

E Main St Charlottesville, VA 22902 (434) 295-9073 http://www.downtowncharlottesville.net/


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Duck Donuts PHOTO

It all began on the sandy beaches of the Outer Banks in Duck, North Carolina. There, Russ DiGilio and his family would enjoy relaxing and fun vacations… but something was missing, there were no fresh donuts! So, they decided to create their own… and Duck Donuts was born.

2100 Hydraulic Road Charlottesville, VA 22901 (434) 823-1960 http://duckdonuts.com

Grit Coffee Bar and Cafe PHOTO

Grit Coffee Bar and Cafe at Stonefield features the same great locally roasted coffee and handcrafted espresso drinks as their other three area shops, and will introduce to its offering cold brew coffee on tap. The food menu features familiar favorites like build-your-own breakfast sandwiches and the popular pressed Cuban sandwich, with a grab-and-go selection for guests who want to grab a quick bite. They are also adding some new twists like empanadas, savory small plates and a ‘Dessert Bar’ in the evenings, featuring a rotating dessert menu alongside craft beer, wine and a curated cocktail offering.

2035 Bond St Charlottesville, VA 22901 (434) 284.8461 http://gritcoffee.com


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James Madison Montpelier PHOTO

Montpelier, the lifelong home of James and Dolley Madison, is situated on 2,650 acres of protected land with unobstructed views of the Blue Ridge Mountains, just a two-hour drive from Washington, D.C. Visitors can tour the historic House, enjoy award-winning food at the David M. Rubenstein Visitor Center, and hike on 8+ miles of walking trails.

11350 Constitution Hwy Montpelier Station, VA 22957 (540) 672-2728 http://www.montpelier.org/

James Monroe Ash Lawn/Highland PHOTO

Experience Highland, the official residence of fifth President James Monroe and his wife, Elizabeth Kortright Monroe, from 1799 to 1823. Join the newly revamped house tour, lasting approximately 40 minutes, and explore the fascinating life of the tireless public servant who fought and bled in the American Revolution, successfully negotiated the Louisiana Purchase, worked behind the scenes to push the Missouri Compromise through Congress, secured the nation’s borders, and issued the first hemisphere-wide foreign policy statement: the Monroe Doctrine.

2050 James Monroe Pkwy Charlottesville, VA 22902 (434) 293-8000 http://highland.org/


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Kluge-Ruhe Aboroginal Art Collection of the University of Virginia

The only museum in the United States dedicated to the exhibition and study of Australian Aboriginal art. Their mission is to advance knowledge and understanding of Australia’s Indigenous people and their art and culture worldwide. Working with living artists, international scholars and arts professionals, they provide a wide range of learning experiences to the University community and the public through exhibition, research and educational programs.

400 Worrell Dr, Peter Jefferson Place Charlottesville, VA 22911 (434) 244-0234 http://www.kluge-ruhe.org/

McCormick Observatory PHOTO

The Leander McCormick Observatory has been offering education and public outreach programs to Virginians since its dedication in 1885. It is open on the FIRST and THIRD Friday nights of every month (except holidays) year round. Visitors can view celestial objects through the historic 26-inch McCormick Refractor and other smaller telescopes (weather permitting), tour the Observatory, hear a presentation by an astronomer, and see the exhibits. All faculty, postdocs and graduate students participate through a rotating schedule. No tickets are required and advanced reservations are not necessary.

600 McCormick Rd Charlottesville, VA 22904 (434) 243-1885 http://astronomy.as.virginia.edu/


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Mezeh Mediterranean Grill PHOTO

The menu at Mezeh has more than one million healthy, heart-conscious combinations, all of which showcase flavors and recipes from across the Mediterranean. While working in open kitchens, Mezeh’s chefs spin the restaurant’s fresh, all-natural ingredients into these healthy fast-casual meals. Customers first personalize their order by selecting a base and a protein, such as a flatbread wrap stuffed with chicken shawarma or just-cooked basmati rice crowned with hand-rolled falafel. They then choose from numerous toppings, which range from hummus and couscous to tabbouleh and eggplant caponata, then finally select a sauce. Everything from the house drinks to all of the toppings and proteins are prepared in house daily. 2015 Bond St Charlottesville, VA 22901 (434) 202-1446 http://www.mezeh.com/

Mission BBQ

Mission BBQ opened its doors for business on September 11, 2011. PHOTO

Every day they strive to serve you authentic BBQ made from the freshest, most delectable ingredients, and serve it to you in a patriotic dining room filled with tributes to those who’ve made this country great.

3912 Lenox Avenue Charlottesville, VA 22901 (434) 260-7740 https://www.mission-bbq.com/


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Muse Paintbar PHOTO

Muse combines painting instruction with a restaurant & bar, hosting painting sessions 7 days a week. All ages are welcome and no prior experience is required! Muse also hosts private parties for any type of occasion – birthdays, bachelorette parties, work events, fundraisers, kids’ birthdays, you name it! View their calendar for details and to book a session. Paint, party and pour!

2050 Bond St Charlottesville, VA 22901 434.829.3060 https://www.musepaintbar.com/

Racquet’s Restaurant

“Serving” breakfast, lunch and dinner, you’ll “love” the new Racquets Restaurant inside of Boar’s Head Sports Club. PHOTO

Drop in during the morning hours for a warm breakfast or just grab a salad to go for lunch. Evenings include a full dinner menu prepared by their top-notch culinary team. If you're just looking to relax and have a drink in a vibrant atmosphere, their selection of adult beverages is bigger than Andy Roddick's first serve. Choose from an array of fine wines or just kick back with a cider, cocktail or local brew.

200 Ednam Drive Charlottesville, VA 22903 (844) 611-8066 https://www.boarsheadresort.com/dining/racquets-restaurant


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The Corner PHOTO

The Corner's name derived from its location at the corner of the University of Virginia. This seven block long strip along University Avenue is filled with numerous restaurants, bars and shops, conveniently providing students with places to eat and socialize.

1501 University Ave Charlottesville, VA 22903

The Fralin Museum of Art at the University of Virginia

The Fralin Museum of Art at the University of Virginia is dedicated to creating an environment in which the largest possible share of its diverse constituencies, including members of the University community and the general public, can study and learn from the direct experience of works of art.

155 Rugby Rd, Thomas H. Bayly Building Charlottesville, VA 22903 (434) 924-3592 http://uvafralinartmuseum.virginia.edu/


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The Glass Palette - Interactive Glass Art Studio PHOTO

The Glass Palette is a fun and friendly environment where adventurous people of any age are invited to explore the limitless possibilities of creating with GLASS! They supply the materials, tools and instruction- just bring your creativity and an open mind!

1304 E Market St, Suite W Charlottesville, VA 22902 (434) 977-9009 http://theglasspalette.net/

Travinia Italian Restaurant PHOTO

Serving handcrafted selections for both lunch and dinner, each Travinia Italian Kitchen & Wine Bar Chef is compelled by a passion for the flavors and freshness of regional ingredients. Here, guests look forward to a creative and varied menu of contemporary American Italian cuisine, an extensive Gluten-Free menu, an impressive collection of carefully-chosen wines, and an atmosphere of comfort, style...and their unmistakable desire to please .

2075 Bond St, Suite 100 Charlottesville, VA 22901 (434) 244-3315 http://www.traviniaitaliankitchen.com


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Virginia Discovery Museum PHOTO

The Virginia Discovery Museum fosters intellectual curiosity and development for all children of the community. It envisions a future in which all children in the community are inspired to be lifelong learners. They seek to be a vital community resource where children from economically and culturally diverse backgrounds explore, imagine and discover together.

524 E. Main St., Downtown Charlottesville, VA 22902 (434) 977-1025 http://www.vadm.org/

Uncle Maddio’s PHOTO

Uncle Maddio’s is the next generation pizza joint. With over 47 toppings, 3 crusts, 6 sauces, and 7 cheeses, including vegan… and gluten-free pizza options, the possibilities for delicious and healthy pizzas are ENDLESS. You build it, they bake it. Plus, they have fresh salads made-toorder, fresh made foldwiches and affordable, kid’s sized pizzas.

3912 Lenox Ave, Suite 320 Charlottesville, VA 22901 (434) 234-3717 http://www.unclemaddios.com


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