Upscale Dining

Boar's Head Resort

200 Ednam Drive (off 250 West)

C & O 

515 E. Water Street

Upscale food in a casual atmosphere. French/American. Vegetarian options. Reservations accepted but not necessary.

Clifton Inn faculty favorite

1296 Clifton Inn Drive

Food served in an historic southern inn owned by Mitch Willey, an alum of the Law School and the Darden School of Business. 

Duner's faculty favorite STUDENT FAVORITE

250 West (Ivy)

Fresh-made breads and soups. Reservations not accepted.

Fleurie faculty favorite

108 Third Street NE (side street off the Downtown Mall)

Modern French.

Hamiltons' faculty favorite

101 W. Main Street (Downtown Mall)

Gourmet American dishes with trendy ingredients. The menu changes frequently. Reservations recommended. Patio seating in warmer months.

Inn at Court Square

410 E. Jefferson Street

Southern-influenced breakfasts. The dining room is available by reservation for private functions.

The Ivy Inn 

2244 Old Ivy Road (One mile west of UVA) 

In an 18th-century tollhouse. Reservations recommended. Seasonal and regional menu, with items like crab cakes, quail, rack of lamb and salmon. Catering available.

Keswick Hall (Marigold, The Counter, Crawford's)

701 Club Drive (Keswick)

Three unique concepts located in one luxury resort location to the east of Charlottesville.

The Local faculty favorite STUDENT FAVORITE

824 Hinton Avenue

A student and faculty favorite. Local American cuisine and wine.

Maya faculty favorite STUDENT FAVORITE

633 W. Main Street

Locally sourced Southern fare.

Orzo Kitchen and Wine Bar

416 W. Main Street (in Main Street Market)

Mediterranean-inspired menu and extensive wine list.  Event hosting and catering available. 

Palladio Restaurant

17655 Winery Road, Barboursville

Cuisine from Northern Italy served with Barboursville wines. Overlooks the vineyard. Reservations suggested for lunch, required for dinner.


434-293-3663 and 434-971-9463
502 E. Market Street (Just off Downtown Mall, near the Market St. parking garage)

Wine shop and restaurant. Many seafood and poultry dishes, such as lobster bisque and grilled duck salad. Reservations recommended.

Tavola faculty favorite STUDENT FAVORITE

826 Hinton Avenue (Belmont)

Intimate rustic Italian dining at its best. Emphasizing creative, local and seasonal foods.

TEN faculty favorite STUDENT FAVORITE

120B E. Main Street

Modern, upscale Japanese dining and a faculty favorite. Sample menu items include premium wagyu beef, varied kushiyaki skewers, blue fin tuna otoro and vegetable tempura.