Favorites: Anokha’s Chettinadu curry

Maybe you work around Innsbrook in a cubicle full of stale, recycled air. Maybe you’d rather fill your lungs with the spiced, delicious aroma of Indian food.

Favorites: Sub Rosa’s salami and cheese croissant

Last week Sub Rosa Bakery in Church Hill reopened their doors–good thing, because their salami and cheese croissant is one of our favorites.

Favorites: Burger Bach’s Oysters Rockefeller

Burger Bach is rightly known for its beef, but they also serve quite the variety of shellfish–cooked or otherwise.

Favorites: Heritage’s Business in the Front/Party in the Back cocktail

This cocktail will keep you warm from here all the way to spring.

Favorites: Steve Haas’s shiitake mushrooms

You can find some of the most beautifully appetizing mushrooms in the area without having to set foot into the woods.

Lamplighter continues the Morris Street coffee tradition

The rumor that Lamplighter would take over the Crossroads spot on Morris Street was made official this past Sunday.

Favorites: Dixie Donuts’ Aztec doughnut

Dixie Donuts offers some uncommon flavors in an uncommonly tasty doughnut.

Favorites: The Cask Cafe’s sausage and gouda panini

The newly-opened Cask Cafe is straightforward, simple, and offers an excellent beer selection.

Favorites: The Roosevelt’s Smith Cross Road cocktail

The Smith Cross Road cocktail ($9) at The Roosevelt is a coupe full of Virginia warmth to complement a crisp fall evening. Named for a road familiar to bartender T. Leggett, the drink incorporates Virginia cider and apple brandy. Haitian rhum provides more warmth, maple syrup adds a complex sweetness, and lemon cuts brightly through […]

Favorites: Sausage Craft’s sage sausage

Attention to detail and a respect for heritage makes every Sausage Craft product a joy to eat. Their sage sausage is wonderful in this Thanksgiving sweet potato croquette recipe.

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