The hustle and bustle of the final shopping days during the holiday season leaves little time to find a great place to eat. We’ve done the work for you by finding some of the best Virginia DINE spots that are conveniently located close to great shopping areas.
Call us old-fashioned, but we’d be quite happy to stay at home this Black Friday. This year we are serving up a dozen reasons stay at home with friends and family this holiday weekend. With these great foodie gifts, you can feel good about finishing off your shopping list AND buying local.
October is Virginia Wine Month, and the grapes are ripe for picking! The VAfoodie crew grabbed our cameras and hit the road, visiting some of Virginia’s best wine and foodie spots. Check out our discoveries, and take full advantage of a month of events at Virginia vineyards, wineries to restaurants.
At Kybecca, craft is the abiding principle, driving a passion about the handmade, small producers, and skilled craftsman. Founded as a wine shop in 2005, Kybecca has been a full-service restaurant since March 2013. They cherish the plethora of fresh produce that Virginia has to offer and highlight these items in the kitchen and behind the bar.
The Broadway Farmers Market provides fresh, quality, local food and agricultural products from producers in Rockingham County to residents and visitors. Vendors at the Farmers Market must grow, produce or hand-make their items within a 50 mile radius of Broadway, Virginia.
Starr Hill Brewery is driven by a passion for crafting great times through quality, world-class beer. Born in a music hall, Starr Hill beer is hand crafted for experiences that bring people together.
“Shooting Point Oysters produces handcrafted oysters on their family farm and they have a damn good time doing it.” Tom Gallivan and his wife, Ann, ventured into cage culturing hatchery-produced oysters 17 years ago. Their combined experience in shellfish research and commercial fishing blend to create a company that is committed to produce sustainable shellfish on one of the last standing Eastern Shore oyster houses.