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Charlottesville, Virginia

Dare-to-try-it fried Buffalo-style pigs' tails at Brookville, photo by Andrea Hubbell

Come for the Virginia Wine Trail, stay for the restaurants. Brookville’s menus change nightly, depending on what Chef Harrison Keevil finds at the market, while Glass Haus Kitchen offers progressive local dishes like goat-milk panna cotta with local Rappahannock oyster and sea beans. Don’t miss C-Ville’s take on Southern food, Pasture, with its black-eyed pea falafel and pimento cheese Ritz crackers, not to mention a Virginia-heavy craft beer list.

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