Does the Post love us or what?
The Washington Post is at it again–praising the Charlottesville food scene. Just a week after Post writer Roger Piantadosi facetiously claimed that we had more restaurants per capita than France, and called us "insanely committed foodies," Post writer Jane Black writes, "the food here is far better than it should be in a place with about 40,000 year-round residents and 20,000 broke college kids" and called Mas "without a doubt my favorite Charlottesville restaurant." Mas, Bang, Kate Collier of Feast!, Albemarle Baking Company, Ten, and Rev Soup are all included in a nifty slide show.
Black doesn't miss much in this food tour, and her final words are enough to make us blush.
"Across the board, Charlottesville's food scene is inventive, diverse and brimming with talent," Black writes." It's enough to give Monticello a run for its money."