The day after the Arrington Wedding, we went to brunch in Charlottesville at the Pigeon Hole, a darling restaurant situated in what used to be someone’s home – you can even dine on the patio itself!
Our brunch mimosas, in mason jars of course. Charlottesville is a college town, and named the localvore capital which means it’s restaurants largely use locally sourced ingredients.
Nick ordered the Country Benny, which tasted as good as it looked: thick sliced ham and poached eggs on biscuits with their signature zesty hollandaise sauce.
Being a french toast fiend, when I heard that their special of the day was Peanut Butter & Jelly French Toast, I naturally had to try it. It was absolutely delicious, and the heartiest thing ever! The peanut butter made it hard to get through, but I trekked on and demolished the whole thing – with a little help, of course.
After such a hearty meal, we spent the rest of the afternoon walking it off. Here are just some of the gorgeous flowers we happened across.
I’ll give it to Charlottesville: this localvore capital really knows it’s food! Everything was delicious and absolutely fresh.
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