Presented in partnership with Charlottesville Restaurant Week
For the third year Tom Tom Founders Festival is hosting a city-wide Farm to Table Restaurant Week from April 11-17, 2016. This event assembles some of Charlottesville’s finest restaurants and chefs known for their commitment to sourcing local. Chefs will create a prix fixe dinner menu that emphasizes local artisans and farms.
Brookville—Brookville Restaurant sources their ingredients from Virginia farmers, foragers, and their chef’s garden to create local and seasonal menus.
Citizen Burger Bar—A favorite on the downtown mall, Citizen Burger Bar serves up delicious burgers with an extensive list of craft brews.
Commonwealth Restaurant & Sky Bar—Commonwealth has a creative take on New American fare with a lively rooftop and library bar.
Ivy Inn—A staple in the Charlottesville community for decades, the Ivy Inn serves local and seasonal fare in a historic setting.
Mas Tapas—A famous destination in the Belmont neighborhood, Mas Tapas has a menu full of Spanish tapas crafted from simple, well-made ingredients.
Nude Fude—A relative newcomer to the Cville restaurant scene, Nude Fude makes locally sourced ingredients more accessible to local diners by providing scratch-made meals on a fast casual timeline.
Oakhart Social—Oakhart Social has Modern American wood-fired food for sharing as well as a list of unique cocktails.
Orzo Kitchen & Wine Bar—Inspired by travel, Orzo Kitchen & Wine Bar uses local ingredients to complement the Mediterranean fare.
Parallel 38—Parallel 38, named after a circle of latitude known for good food drink, focuses on Eastern Mediterranean-style tapas dishes and wine pairings.
Red Pump Kitchen—A Tuscan style restaurant with a classic wood-burning oven, Red Pump Kitchen incorporates local ingredients in their pastas, antipasti, and entrees.
Tavern & Grocery—Tavern & Grocery, one of the newest additions to the Charlottesville restaurant scene, serves classic tavern dishes and offers house-made items to-go in the grocery section.
The Whiskey Jar—In addition to 125 whiskeys, classic Southern dishes are featured on The Whiskey Jar’s seasonal menu.
Hamiltons’ at First & Main—Great Virginian food made with local ingredients served in a cheerful, cozy atmosphere.
Rapture—A Charlottesville institution, with locally sourced plates that pay homage to their Creole, soul, and low country roots.
Tempo—French fare with an international twist using fresh, local ingredients.
Threepenny Cafe—Globally-inspired and locally-sourced cuisine creatively prepared with an eye to the integrity of the ingredients to allow the true flavors to shine through.