We are very proud and excited to announce our latest accomplishement as winners in Virginia Living’s second annual Best of Virginia issue! We thank you for your support and if we haven’t had the pleasure already, we would love to introduce you to our company in person and show you why we are the very best. Please see the official press release below!
Discover the Best of Virginia
Virginia Living Publishes its Second Annual Guide to the Commonwealth’s ‘Bests’
RICHMOND, Va. (May 3, 2013) — Virginia Living’s second annual Best of Virginia issue is now on newsstands. The statewide guide to all that is ‘best’ in Virginia from dining to shopping to doing, Best of Virginia 2013 lists the more than 1,200 winners from Virginia Living’s second annual Best of Virginia Readers’ Survey conducted in January. More than 25,000 people voted in 400 categories covering the best in Arts, Culture & Entertainment, Living & Recreation, Shopping & Services and Food & Drink across the state.
Best of Virginia 2013 is the guide to everything from the best shopping mall in Northern Virginia and the best barbecue restaurant in the Southwest, to the most luxurious hotel in Eastern Virginia, the best hospital in Central Virginia and the best wine trail in the Shenandoah Valley. Alongside information about our winners in this issue is special editorial coverage focusing on food. We bring you stories about chefs like Travis Brust of the Williamsburg Inn and Cathal Armstrong of Alexandria’s Restaurant Eve, and special events like the Vintage Virginia Wine Festival in Centreville and the Southern Foodways Alliance Summer Symposium in Richmond. We also visit the White Oak Tea Tavern in Troutville and Three Brothers Brewing Co. in Harrisonburg, explore the seven oyster regions of the Chesapeake Bay and bring you recipes from some of Virginia’s most iconic restaurants, including Virginia Diner in Wakefield, Red Truck Bakery & Market in Warrenton and Skyland Resort in Shenandoah National Park.
Virginia Living celebrates all things Virginia—from its people and places, to its deep history and traditions. The highest quality, most widely-read lifestyle magazine in the state, Virginia Living’s combination of smart, engaging stories and stunning photography and art makes it a must-read for anyone interested in the Old Dominion.
Virginia Living publishes six bimonthly issues per year, plus two bonus special issues: Medicine & Wellness in March and Best of Virginia in May, in addition to five bound-in supplements: Weddings, State of Education, Dental Care, Law and Hospitals & Health Care. Virginia Living is available by subscription and at quality newsstands, including select Barnes & Noble, Target, Kroger and MARTIN’S stores.
Virginia Living’s Best of Virginia issue may be purchased online here: http://shop.virginialiving.com/Current-Back-Issues_c_7.html