Restaurants Charlottesville reviews some of the most popular eateries…Late night fun: Rapture: Meals, events and people. A must everyone usually should call on if you’re popping by the Downtown Mall. Boylan Heights: The University of Virginia’s premier night stop and a nice restaurant to visit and order a fresh cheeseburger. Maya: Bellmont’s most visited hot spot with good southern food and fun music. The Box: Terrific entertainment nearly until after midnight. Live shows likeTravis Elliot and Tucker Rogers.
Sit down meals:Milan: Indian fare with something extra. Slow service but good food once you get it. The Brick Oven: Tastiest Italian meals north of Charlottesville. The spaghetti is yummy and the fresh salad bar is astonishing. Flaming Wok: Charlottesville’s best Chinese and Sushi fusion restaurants. Tasty for years. The C & O: A downtown mall tradition! Late meals includes yummy BBQ chicken dinners.
Food and beverage: Tastings: For alternatives and know how when it comes to wine, and top quality menu this downtown mall situation is high value. Blue Light Grill: Tasty menu and an excellent situation to meet people. Enjoy the chicken. Boars Head Inn: Pretty much the most exceptional restaurants in Charlottesville. The grounds are breathtaking. Breakfast with French Toast is good. The suppers are a great date experience. Zocalo: Fun and fine meals with a twist. Outstanding entertainment. Downtown mall. Buddhist Biker Bar: Reputation for fun and drinks than for the menu items. When UVA is in session this place is hopping.
Off the beaten path: The Tavern: A place townies and UVA students join to eat pretty good country prepared meals. Escafe: Events each and every night. One of the big gay restaurants on the Downtown Mall. Guadalajara: Two locations. Popular Mexican food. Our favorite is the tacos. Top picks: Thai 99: Thai fare, surprisingly good for dining in or take home. We prefer the Pad Thai. Christians Pizza: Quite good New York style Pizza by the slice or by the pie. Two locations. Little John’s: 24-hour meals, Clearly one of Charlottesville’s best kept secrets. University of Virginia. Try the Turkey Ruben.