The craft beer landscape is a lot like the wine landscape. Think of when you walk into Total Wine. You are presented with 100's of wine brands and varietals. How many times have we bought a bottle of wine, or a beer for that matter, based on the label or maybe the rating, only to bring it home and be disappointed?
Companies, celebrities, athletes and foundations launch new fruit and vegetable brand aimed at taking over America’s taste buds.
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Walking around Granby Street downtown has long been one of my favorite strolls in Hampton Roads. I come from a relatively small town and I still find myself in awe of tall buildings; I walk around wide-eyed and face to the sky like it's my first trip to New York City.
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Chef Chris Hill has been a staple in the Hampton Roads food business for many years, with his frequent appearances on The Hampton Roads Show, opening the 3 Way Cafe in Norfolk and founding The Bachelor Kitchen. But he is now saying goodbye to the area as he returns home to Atlanta to explore new experiences and horizons.
The pinch isn’t whether you can plan a culinary tour of Denbigh, but whether you can work every delicious spot into your jaunt and whether the cops will treat you kindly when you're passed out in the middle of Warwick Boulevard with a belly full of food.
It’s one thing to know and happily accept that you live in a wonderful community of people who care and respond. It’s another thing, entirely, to experience first-hand just how quickly that community bands together to help a fellow in need.
Navigating the magnitude of drinking options on the Peninsula can be a daunting task.
Our friends at the Ferguson Center for the Arts, who have Snarky Puppy coming June 20, want you to bring the party to the north side, so they offered to sponsor this handy dandy guide.
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There are over 125 beers you can sample at the Virginia Beer Festival, taking place both Saturday and Sunday in Town Point Park, as part of the Virginia Arts Festival. Beer Fest is genuinely one of the best things about living in Hampton Roads: the water, the weather, the suds, the ferry coming and going, Downtown looming, and one of the most positive vibes you'll find on the East Coast.
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