The Virginian Restaurant - Charlottesville

The Virginian Restaurant

"A Charlottesville Tradition Since 1923"

Past events

No results were found!

The average proportion of





Be the first to add your blog post about The Virginian Restaurant

Add your blog post
The Virginian Restaurant @Charlottesville
The Virginian Restaurant is lauded as “one of the South’s most famous eateries” in Coy Barefoot’s book, The Corner, a history of UVA’s commercial district. While we certainly agree, this Charlottesville landmark has been through a lot to get where it is today. From transforming into a soda fountain during Prohibition to temporarily “going under” during World War II, The Virginian has had quite an eventful legacy since its grand opening in 1923. This well-loved restaurant is proud to be the oldest one in town – and to have been a staple of Corner culture for multiple generations of ‘Hoos!
States  |  Feedback
Copyright | Terms of Service | Privacy Policy