March 30, 2020
This week, in support of Virginia Restaurant Lovers Takeout Week, we are offering a curated list of restaurants throughout Virginia that are offering curbside/takeaway service for your convenience. As restaurant hours of operation are apt to change, please click the link for up-to-date information on current menus and pick-up hours. Some are even offering delivery.
As you are supporting your local favorites, please share on Social Media to encourage others to support as well using #VirginiaEatsLocal! You can find the full overview of the initiative here. As you enjoy local eateries don’t forget to open delicious Virginia wine with your meal. Many of the below offer wine to go. We are also happy to ship Early Mountain wines directly from our online store - any order of 3+ bottles earns free shipping.
Ivy Inn (434) 977-1222 Please email orders (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Ten (434) 295-6691 Call or order online
Mona Lisa Pasta (434) 295-2494 Call or email orders
Southern Crescent Gallery and Wine Bar (434) 284-5101 Call or Grubhub
Feast! (434) 244-7800 Order by phone or online
C&O Restaurant (434) 971-7044 Email or call
Oakhart Social & Little Star (434) 995-5449 Order through the website
Zocalo (434) 977- 4944 Order online
Now and Zen (434) 971-1177 Call and DoorDash
Beer Run (434) 984-2237 Order online
Hot Cakes (434) 295-6037 Call for orders
Greenwood Grocery (540) 456-6431 Call or order online
The Local (434) 984-9749 Order online
The Shack (540) 490-1961 Call for orders
Grisette (804) 562-6207 Call or email
Alewife (804) 325-3426 Call for orders
The Roosevelt (804) 658-1935 Call or order online
Laura Lee's (804) 233-9672 Call or order online
Shagbark (804) 358-7424 Order online
Perch (804) 669-3344 Order online
Taste Multiple locations Order online
Revel (703) 303-7031 Call or Text
La Fromagerie (703) 879-2467 Call
Screwtop Wine Bar (703) 888-0845 Call or order online
Neighborhood Provisions - NRG Restaurants Order online
Field & Main Order online
March 18, 2020
As we are all adjusting to lots of home cooking and take-out, we want to highlight some of our independent partners offering curbside wine pick-up or delivery to keep you all stocked. As things are ever changing, we will try to keep this updated with new information, but please contact the shops with any questions. We are also happy to ship to our wines direct from our online store- any order of 3+ bottles earns free shipping.
These wine shops are all offering delivery:
Arrowine: 703-525-0990, Revised hours
Screwtop: 703-888-0845, pick-up and free delivery for orders over $100 in Falls Church, Alexandria, and Arlington
Crystal City Wine Shop: 703-414-0777, Can order from Drizly.com app
Unwined Bradlee: 703-820-8600
Unwined Belle View: 571-384-6880
These shops are offering curb side pick up:
Organic Butcher of Mclean 703-790-8300
Planet Wine 703549-3444
Department of Beer and Wine, Alexandria 703-682-2863
Dominion Wine and Beer, Falls Church 703-533-3030
Urban Hang Suite - 804-325-9089 pick up or delivery via ww.chopchoprva.com $3.99 delivery fee
Taste Westhampton - 804-362-0504 curbside pick up
Outpost - 804-447-1730 pre-order pick-up and walk-in
Ellwood Thompson - open for regular business
J Emerson - 804-285-8011 curbside, delivery and waiving over $100
Barrel Thief - 804-612-9232 curbside and delivery, retail open
Libbie Market - 804-285-6414 delivery and curbside - no minimum
Wine Seller - 757-564-4400 curbside, pick up and online
Westside Produce and Provisions - 757-962-1961 open
Taste - curbside pick up
Market Street Wine open regular hours, curbside and in-town delivery. 434-202-0511
Beer Run 434-984-2337 open for curbside and in-town delivery, $30 minimum no delivery fee
Foods of All Nations 434-296-6131 - For delivery, please call and ask for Frankie directly
Rio Hill Wine and Beer 434-295-8466 - curbside pick up, delivery available
Paul's 202-537-1900 Curbside and limited delivery available.
Calvert Woodley 202-966-4400 Delivery within DC and curbside pick-up
Macarthur's 202-338-1433, Delivery Only
Glen’s Garden Market 202-588-5698 - pre order, pick up
January 8, 2013
Don't miss our awesome music lineup for January. We have great local bands booked every weekend on Friday, Saturday and Sundays! Music on Fridays is from 6pm-8pm. Music on Saturday and Sunday is 1pm-4pm.
Can't wait to see you here!
Friday, January 4
The Local Vocals
Saturday, January 5
Joey and the Waitress
Sunday, January 6
Friday, January 11
Saturday, January 12
Charles Owens Trio
Sunday, January 13
Friday, January 18
Saturday, January 19
LG and the Porch Cats
Sunday, January 20
Friday, January 25
Saturday, January 26
Sunday, January 27
Marcus Tenney Trio
November 20, 2012
Many of us put little thought into what wine to pair with our Thanksgiving dinner. Yet, a good wine can make all the difference in enhancing the flavors of that meal that you worked so very hard on. While we tend to focus on the turkey, the bird's simple flavors actually pair quite well with many wines. It's the rich and varied side dishes that need consideration when choosing the perfect wine accompaniment. Whether you're hosting and need a standout wine selection or you're in need of a well-thought-out hostess gift, consider the following suggestions from the Best of Virginia.
2011 Early Mountain Vineyards Viognier
Viognier is the unofficial grape of Virginia. Early Mountain's version combines dry stone and mineral tones with fruity peach nectar, creating a balanced, not too sweet taste. This easy to drink wine will subtly accent the richer flavors of your meal. You'll be thankful to share it with those you love.
2008 Barboursville Vineyards Nebbiolo
From the acclaimed Nebbiolo grapes of Barolo, Italy, Barboursville's light red wine fittingly emanates cranberry both in taste and color. Just as your bowl of cranberry sauce balances the thicker and sweeter dishes on your table, Nebbiolo with its hints of tart fruit and autumnal spices will provide a perfect accent to your meal.
2011 Paradise Springs Nana's Rosé
This dry, French style ros made from merlot, is the perfect "white wine" for the red wine drinker. With tastes and smells of grapefruit, guava and passion fruit, it is light and a bit earthy on the palette and bright in color. This is a well-balanced wine that proves a fitting companion for both your turkey and its sides.
2011 Ox-Eye Riesling
Ox-Eye's dynamic Riesling has bright citrus and tropical fruit notes rounded out with a tinge of honey. Its robust acidity gives it a nice finish. Not too dry and not too sweet, this Riesling will stand up to and provide a little punch to the bold flavors of your Thanksgiving feast.
October 22, 2012
October is more than enjoying the Virginia leaves turning, pumpkin patch hunting and dressing up the kids for festivities - it is a time for fall festivals! Early Mountain Vineyards invites you and the little ones to our first annual Fall Family Festival celebrating Virginia Wine Month on Saturday, October 27, 2012 from noon to 5 p.m.
Gather up the family for an afternoon at the vineyard while the little ones enjoy tractor rides, pumpkin decorating, a KaBOOM! Sponsored playground, face painting, warm apple cider and a tasty hamburger and hotdog stand.The adults in the family can savor flights of wine from Early Mountain and our Best of Virginia wine partners, as well as cider from local Virginia cideries and live music by the Downbeat Project.
Children are free (includes tractor ride, face painting and pumpkin decorating) and adults are free. Adults 21 years old and up can enjoy wine flights for $10. Food items are items available for purchase from Early Mountain Vineyard's market featuring local Virginia purveyors.
We look forward to seeing you at the vineyard as you take in the colors of Fall.