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Grass Rootes: Showcasing farm-to-table cuisine

As a young boy, Andrew Ferlazzo would ride his bicycle on Davis Street often passing one of the oldest buildings in Culpeper. The dreams of opening a restaurant in a building that once served as a Civil War jail for…
Couples of Culpeper: Skip & Lou Price

Perhaps the greatest treasure that any community can have are its people. Those faces and energies that make up the fabric of the place we work, play, pray and do business. That place that embraces our hearts as home. There’s…
Moving Meadows: Feeding friends like families

Walking into Moving Meadows Farm and Bakery on Davis Street is like stepping into your mother’s kitchen when she’s been cooking. The air is warm and welcoming, heady with the aromas of freshly baked breads and rolls.
Vinosity: A Purveyor of Fine Wines

Owner Kim Kelly surrounds herself with what she is most passionate about – wine. Not only is she knowledgeable about what’s inside the bottles of her handpicked collection spanning the globe, she is keenly aware of the ambiance of sharing…
Raven’s Nest celebrates 10 years of sustenance

For 10 years, Raven’s Nest Coffee House has been feeding the people. For owner Jessica Hall, that doesn’t always involve edibles. “It’s not just food and drink that goes into sustaining the people,” she said. “It’s more than just what…