0BH offers Corner-goers a new twist on the restaurant/bar double so prevalent in Charlottesville: a boarding school theme. A non-smoking dining room downstairs and a â "romp room" upstairs,...
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Less than $25 (average dinner bill for 2 excluding alcohol)
Shenandoah's Joe's coffee, Albemarle Baking Company treats, and Charlottesville Cupcake on Wednesdays at 1pm at this cozy, light-filled coffee house on Elliewood. Free Wi-Fi, too.
The name Para, owner Eric Kelly (pictured) explains, is Spanish for 'for,' as in 'this is for you,' though the Spanish meaning indicates purpose or intent, such as Es hecho para ninos (It is made for children. It is made to be used by children). âIt means something for an intended purpose, Kelly explains, which in Para's case, he hopes, will be directing some of the cafes spoils back into to the community.