The Dish

Atlas shouts, TJ celebrates, Belmont slices, and a new CSA
Published on Apr 13th, 2011
0 comments We have the recession to thank for Atlas Coffee, on Fontaine Avenue, right beside Guadalajara in the old Jackson Hewitt Tax Service space, which opened on April 5, as owners Ruth Ellen Outlaw, her...
Atlas shouts, TJ celebrates, Belmont slices, and a new CSA
Published on Apr 13th, 2011
0 comments We have the recession to thank for Atlas Coffee, on Fontaine Avenue, right beside Guadalajara in the old Jackson Hewitt Tax Service space, which opened on April 5, as owners Ruth Ellen Outlaw, her...
Elks launch farmer's market
Published on Apr 5th, 2011
11 comments While the Charlottesville City Market continues to search for new and better location, the folks at Elks Lodge 389, located off Stony Point Road near Darden Towe Park, may have beat them to it....
Elks launch farmer's market
Published on Apr 5th, 2011
11 comments While the Charlottesville City Market continues to search for new and better location, the folks at Elks Lodge 389, located off Stony Point Road near Darden Towe Park, may have beat them to it....
Some like it raw
Published on Apr 5th, 2011
0 comments If you're frustrated by the fact that you can't buy raw milk in Virginia, don't have a cow– buy one! There's a great article in the Staunton News Leader about how local dairy farmers get...
Some like it raw
Published on Apr 5th, 2011
0 comments If you're frustrated by the fact that you can't buy raw milk in Virginia, don't have a cow– buy one! There's a great article in the Staunton News Leader about how local dairy farmers get...
2 Sides to be replaced by pizza pub?
Published on Apr 5th, 2011
0 comments Looks like 2 Sides Restaurant in Belmont has closed, but according to a legal notice a place called Belmont Pizza & Pub is hoping to take its place. The restaurant has a website (...
2 Sides to be replaced by pizza pub?
Published on Apr 5th, 2011
0 comments Looks like 2 Sides Restaurant in Belmont has closed, but according to a legal notice a place called Belmont Pizza & Pub is hoping to take its place. The restaurant has a website (...
Served raw: Hartman chews the fat with foodies
Published on Mar 29th, 2011
3 comments Fancy head chef turned pit master Craig Hartman has now cooked up an "unscripted and raw" podcast interview series called Chew the Fat. He'll be talking with talented chefs, winemakers, farmers, and...
Served raw: Hartman chews the fat with foodies
Published on Mar 29th, 2011
3 comments Fancy head chef turned pit master Craig Hartman has now cooked up an "unscripted and raw" podcast interview series called Chew the Fat. He'll be talking with talented chefs, winemakers, farmers, and...
Carmello's re-opening
Published on Mar 29th, 2011
6 comments After nearly 20 years on Emmet Street, and more than a month of preparation, Carmello's will finally be re-opening in its new location on Fontaine Avenue this Friday, April 1. They hope. Owner Bill...
Carmello's re-opening
Published on Mar 29th, 2011
6 comments After nearly 20 years on Emmet Street, and more than a month of preparation, Carmello's will finally be re-opening in its new location on Fontaine Avenue this Friday, April 1. They hope. Owner Bill...
Scream-worthy: Graeter's takes Charlottesville
Published on Mar 24th, 2011
16 comments Buckeyes are already familiar with Graeter's, the fourth generation family-owned Cincinnati ice creamery. Foodies may have heard Emeril Lagasse and Bobby Flay extol its virtues. Since it's now...
Scream-worthy: Graeter's takes Charlottesville
Published on Mar 24th, 2011
16 comments Buckeyes are already familiar with Graeter's, the fourth generation family-owned Cincinnati ice creamery. Foodies may have heard Emeril Lagasse and Bobby Flay extol its virtues. Since it's now...
Pho-nominal: Chang serves up new dishes
Published on Mar 24th, 2011
2 comments If you were lucky enough to eat at Peter Chang's place earlier this month, you probably noticed the Pho on the menu. That's because Chang had a Vietnamese chef visiting from Las Vegas for a few weeks...
Pho-nominal: Chang serves up new dishes
Published on Mar 24th, 2011
2 comments If you were lucky enough to eat at Peter Chang's place earlier this month, you probably noticed the Pho on the menu. That's because Chang had a Vietnamese chef visiting from Las Vegas for a few weeks...
Toshi Sato's mother found
Published on Mar 24th, 2011
2 comments On Wednesday morning, just hours after we went to press with the story of Now & Zen owner Toshi Sato's wait for word of the fate of his mother and other relatives, who'd been living in the family...
Toshi Sato's mother found
Published on Mar 24th, 2011
2 comments On Wednesday morning, just hours after we went to press with the story of Now & Zen owner Toshi Sato's wait for word of the fate of his mother and other relatives, who'd been living in the family...
Cuccinelli whips up a fenzy
Published on Mar 22nd, 2011
0 comments A food frenzy, that is. Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli will be the special guest speaker at the 5th Annual Statewide Legal Food Frenzy kickoff luncheon on Friday, March 25th at the University of...
Radio Bistro at C & O
Published on Mar 22nd, 2011
0 comments As you may already know, the C&O Restaurant launched its Monday late-night Radio Bistro on March 14. What's Radio Bistro? "It's an idea that was presented to me by Adam Smith, Chris Halad and...
Radio Bistro at C & O
Published on Mar 22nd, 2011
0 comments As you may already know, the C&O Restaurant launched its Monday late-night Radio Bistro on March 14. What's Radio Bistro? "It's an idea that was presented to me by Adam Smith, Chris Halad and...
Now & Zen's Toshi Sato watches, waits for news
Published on Mar 18th, 2011
4 comments One of the more widely broadcast videos of the tsunami damage in Japan is of Kesennuma, a small city in northern coastal Japan that was close to the epicenter of the massive earthquake that...
Now & Zen's Toshi Sato watches, waits for news
Published on Mar 18th, 2011
4 comments One of the more widely broadcast videos of the tsunami damage in Japan is of Kesennuma, a small city in northern coastal Japan that was close to the epicenter of the massive earthquake that...
Queen City feast: Thrifty eatin' in Staunton
Published on Mar 15th, 2011
7 comments Better look out, Charlottesville food scene. Staunton is on the move. Fresh off a big article in Baltimore Magazine that called our neighbor to the west " one of the country's best-kept foodie...
Queen City feast: Thrifty eatin' in Staunton
Published on Mar 15th, 2011
7 comments Better look out, Charlottesville food scene. Staunton is on the move. Fresh off a big article in Baltimore Magazine that called our neighbor to the west " one of the country's best-kept foodie...
Dumpling v. dumpling: No buffer between buffets?
Published on Mar 8th, 2011
0 comments The recently opened Hibachi Grill and Supreme Buffet on Route 29 may have some curious company in the near future, as a place called Ultimate Buffet has laid claim to the former Charlottesville Power...
Imbibe digs Blue Mountain
Published on Mar 7th, 2011
0 comments Southern breweries that Imbibe Magazine loves? Afton's own Blue Mountain Brewery, one of 12 the magazine chose as part of its recent "Southern Issue." "We woke up one morning and opened our email to...
Imbibe digs Blue Mountain
Published on Mar 7th, 2011
0 comments Southern breweries that Imbibe Magazine loves? Afton's own Blue Mountain Brewery, one of 12 the magazine chose as part of its recent "Southern Issue." "We woke up one morning and opened our email to...
What's on TAP? Clean water for the world
Published on Mar 7th, 2011
0 comments Wait persons at Hotcakes, Bang!, Blue Moon Diner, College Inn, St. Maarten's, Horse & Hound, Eppie's, Duners, and The Ivy Inn, to name just a few, will soon be watering your table for a good...
What's on TAP? Clean water for the world
Published on Mar 7th, 2011
0 comments Wait persons at Hotcakes, Bang!, Blue Moon Diner, College Inn, St. Maarten's, Horse & Hound, Eppie's, Duners, and The Ivy Inn, to name just a few, will soon be watering your table for a good...