Locally owned, fine dining. Expensive. For a special/ romantic, meal. Quiet and private. Local history: back in the 80s they had a club / music venue for local bands. (Now closed). Reservations definitely needed.
February 1, 2020
The C&O Restaurant opened it’s doors in 1976. From the beginning the restaurant enjoyed high praise from some of the nations most notable food writers and critics. The C&O staff is peppered with enthusiastic crafts people who are passionate about their work. The kitchen crew works tirelessly…
January 3, 2020
The original Cville favorite for shabby-chic and gourmet food - was recommended by Craig Claiborne in NY Times long ago. Intimate seating upstairs, atmosphere on the ground floor, conviviality at the bar and a few tables in the basement,
December 5, 2019
This is a Charlottesville tradition. White table cloth restaurant upstairs, old school, casual bar (where you can dine) in the basement. Super charming, good food. French.
August 29, 2019
The C&O is a must go if you like a very historic place. It is very unique and memorable. You can choose from 6 different dining rooms ranging from casual walk-ins to upscale and special.
“Secret speakeasy located in an alley off the downtown mall. Amazing for French inspired small plates and cocktails. The food is pricey, but the cocktails are great for celebrating a special occasion. ”