A Day in Crozet
A guy is coming to Crozet tomorrow and he wants “to eat, see and play in all the right spots that best represent Crozet. Your feedback would be appreciated.”
What say you, Crozet? What places should he not miss?
After asking on Facebook …
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A Day in Crozet
If you were to spend one day in Crozet, what would you want to make sure you didn’t miss?
Storified by Jim Duncan · Wed, Aug 15 2012 04:09:29
Eat: Fardowners or Buck’s Elbow, Crozet Pizza. Coffee and a spudnut or carpe donut at Trailside. Play at Mint Springs park, maybe a tour/tasting at Starr Hill.Patricia Chandler Taylor
So many great ideas plus….Greenhouse Coffee, Chiles Orchard, Fardowners for sure, King Family. Although don’t discount our awesome neighbors like Blue Mountain, etc. Amy Ritchie Marciniak
Oh, I love Blue Mountain. . . that’s actually the first place I recommend to anyone, but I thought we were looking solely for Crozet. Chiles Orchard. . . great suggestion.Patricia Chandler Taylor
Da Luca’s, Mudhouse, maybe Bangkok ’99, and King Family Vineyards. Mint Springs is always a good choice.Megan Albright Bailey
swim at the pool & workout at the YBetty Flinn Groth
Drive on Old Trail Dr. Head to Chiles. Starr Hill and KFV. Mudhouse. Mint Springs. Local food.Chris Stewart
When you ask the question it makes us realize how many really good restaurants, vineyards and breweries we have in our backyard…IMO any and all of the suggestions are great…however…he needs to take sometime and simply gaze….sit and look at the incredible beauty that surrounds us….the majestic Shenandoah National Park and @Blue Ridge MountainsBlue Ridge Mountain Trails exiting I-64 VA
Sitting and gazing sounds like King Family’s patio to me.Sandra Strand