Tag Archives: bodo’s
Charlottesville 29 is a fantastic new blog asking (and answering) the question – If there were just 29 restaurants in Charlottesville, what would be the ideal 29?
I found this blog when it was shared by a friend on some social network. I remember that he pointed out what is possibly the most comprehensive, definitive depiction of the Charlottesville institution known as Bodo’s. It’s a fascinating read.
When you are in Charlottesville, going to Bodo’s is just something you do. Bodo’s is so embedded in our culture that it has become a Charlottesville institution tocall Bodo’s a “Charlottesville institution.” In a city of 43,000 people, Bodo’s has a Facebook page with 15,000 “Likes.”
Still not convinced? Consider this. Combined, Bodo’s three locations feed close to 6,000 people per day. That’s nearly 500 per hour that they are open. Or, seven per minute.
I’m looking forward to reading more in my now-pared-down daily reading.
* I wonder how many of those 43k “likes” are from the City.
I love when people discover Charlottesville’s own Bodo’s Bagels.
Simple. To the point. Revolutionary. All of the bagels are authentic New York Water Bagels and they come in every type you could imagine. Not to mention they brew fresh ground organic coffee and sell t-shirts for $5.
From the looks of it, this is the place Einstein Bagels wishes they could be. There’s only one thing on the menu: bagels….and you can have it any way you want for a very reasonable price
The bagel was….unbelievable. It tasted the way you always want your bagel to taste: fresh,