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1. Busboys And Poets; DC
2021 14th St NW, Washington, District of Columbia
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Busboys and Poets is a coffee shop and intercultural, creative space. They serve soul food, Latin American food and Middle Eastern cuisine.
2. Beer Run; CVille
156 Carlton Road, Suite 203, Charlottesville, Virginia
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Beer Run has the largest beer selection you’ve ever seen in a restaurant. That’s because it doubles as a beer store. They specialize in creative bar food and boozy brunches.
3. Comfort; RVA
4. Ted’s Bulletin; DC
505 8th St SE, Washington, District of Columbia
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Ted’s Bulletin is a diner with great American food, but their shining star is their creative selection of homemade pop tarts!
5. Toki Underground; DC
1234 H St NE, Washington, District of Columbia
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Toki Underground is a Taiwanese noodle restaurant with delicious dumplings. It has a wonderfully unique space and great cocktails.
6. Can Can Brasserie; RVA
3120 West Cary St, Richmond, Virginia
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Can Can Brasserie is a classic French cafe with a lovely, old fashioned interior, resembling European bistros in the 40’s. It is a one of a kind dining experience.
7. Kuba Kuba; RVA
8. Julep’s New Southern Cuisine; RVA
1719-21 East Franklin St, Richmond, Virginia
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Julep’s New Southern Cuisine is a beautiful fine dining restaurant located in the historic river district of Richmond. They have an exceptional wine list, cocktail menu and country cooking.
9. The Local; CVille
824 Hinton Ave, Charlottesville, Virginia
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The Local has four lovely dining spaces, each with their own unique feel. They have an inspired New American menu with an emphasis on local farmers.
10. Brookville Restaurant; CVille
225 W Main St, Charlottesville, Virginia
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Brookville Restaurant takes traditional Southern cooking and gives it a uniquely modern spin. The result is both innovative and extremely satisfying.
11. Bistrot Du Coin; DC
1738 Connecticut Ave NW, Washington, DC 20009
Bistrot Du Coin is a Belgian with delicious mussel dishes and fantastic desserts.
12. Millie’s Diner; RVA
2603 E Main St, Richmond, Virginia
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Millie’s Diner is a great, old fashioned diner with an impressive brunch menu, including dishes like a frilled chipotle marinated chicken sandwich or the Devil’s Mess omelette with white cheddar and mild curry.
13. Hamiltons’ at First & Main; CVille
101 W Main St, Charlottesville, Virginia
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Hamiltons’ is a New American restaurant with a delicious brunch menu that includes a section of inventive brunch libations and tempting desserts.
14. Rasika; DC
1190 New Hampshire Avenue, NW, Washington, District of Columbia
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Rasika is a delightfully modern Indian restaurant. They have a wonderful selection of Indian single malts, as well.
15. Bang; CVille
213 2nd St SW, Charlottesville, Virginia 22902
Bang is an Asian-inspired tapas bar known for their amazing cocktails and dumplings.
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