Browsing All posts tagged under »megan kiernan«

Checking in with the Locals: Justin Stone

November 5, 2013 by

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Charlottesville is a city filled with local-loving people, and a spirit of community and collaboration unlike anywhere else. Every week, Cville Niche will celebrate that spirit by featuring a local’s top picks. Check out previous local check-ins! Justin Stone Ever the dapper host, Justin has a knack for thrifting, crafting cocktails, and creating, evidenced at each […]

Forage: The Cleaver’s Cookout

October 18, 2013 by

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Recently, we sat down with Justin Stone and Megan Kiernan of forage to get a behind the scenes look at their dinner series. A few weeks later, we donned our best 1950’s attire, thanks to darling and Low, curled and set our hair, thanks to Sarah Hatch of running with scissorz, and off we went […]

Behind the Scenes with Forage

September 30, 2013 by

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The pie is cooling in the window sill on Pine Street… or rather, Blenheim Road. The Cleaver’s are preparing for their upcoming bash! June’s prepared a delicious menu, and Ward’s ready to man the grill. The classic 1950’s American picnic is ready for the guests! On a late summer eve, the team of forage, Justin […]

Checking in with the Locals: Megan Kiernan

June 14, 2013 by

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Charlottesville is a city filled with local-loving people, and a spirit of community and collaboration unlike anywhere else. Every week, Cville Niche will celebrate that spirit by featuring a local’s top 3 picks. Check out previous local check-ins! Megan Kiernan Describe what you do in town. I run the café at feast!, where we serve […]

Forage’s Bohemian Dinner Party

June 13, 2013 by

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Another forage dinner party, another magical evening. Another inspired atmosphere, another spark of community around a table. Forage’s latest dinner series – Color me Bohemian – was inspired by everything from a Costa Rican outdoor festival to an Anthropologie catalog. The idea of creating “micro-spaces” was brought to life alongside colorful fabrics, canopies, throw pillows, […]

Forage’s Simple & Cider

June 11, 2013 by

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A Simple&Cider This week, we once again will share the magic of a recent forage dinner party. Forage is constantly creating imaginative atmospheres and decadent meals, from their Whimsical Picnic and Preserves to Hemingway’s Paris. Look out for posts this week on their most recent dinner series – Color Me Bohemian. Forage’s Justin Stone is […]

Forage & Hemingway’s Paris

February 12, 2013 by

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The music, the decor, the tastes, the fashion – “A time and place to be lived in and remembered.” Hemingway’s Paris was alive in every detail of forage‘s latest dinner series, breathing life into the worn yellow pages of an era treasured by many. Justin Stone and Megan Kiernan of forage are the masters of […]

Holiday Recipe Series: Forage’s Mulled Wine & Cider

December 14, 2012 by

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The holidays are upon us, filled with festive fêtes and dashing delicacies. Make your holiday local-inspired, with our Holiday Recipe Series, featuring several local foodies’ takes on holiday drinks and eats. Our friend at forage, Justin Stone, offers us yet another mouth-watering drink infused with local cider-maker Potter’s Farmhouse Cider and homemade mulled wine. {For more […]

Cider Week Virginia: Fall In Cherry Cocktail Recipe

November 9, 2012 by

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In honor of the first annual Cider Week Virginia, starting today, forage is sharing their Fall in Cherry cocktail from the Whimsical Picnic and Preserves dinner series. The cocktail features local cidery Potter’s Craft Cider. Check out the Cider Week Virginia events, and all the cider-inspired cocktails at Cville restaurants, such as Zinc, Mas Tapas, Beer Run, Commonwealth Restaurant & Skybar, […]

Forage: A Look Inside the Cville Dinner Series

November 9, 2012 by

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A Whimsical Picnic, a Moroccan Dinner, inspired by an image, a word, a painting, an old window frame, an ingredient, a recently read book, a movie, a cookbook. The dinner series by forage is just that – inspired. Cville Niche has attended past supper clubs, but the work – the transformative experience could very well be […]