What are you grilling for Memorial Day Weekend?
Memorial Day is this coming Monday, May 29th.
Call ahead to order your:
- Butcher Bistro Burgers
- *NEW* Beef Hot Dogs from Buffalo Creek Farm
- Housemade Kebabs
Our sausage offering this week will be:
- Sweet Italian
- Hot Italian
And don’t forget to order the other essentials:
- Buns for burgers or hot dogs
- Wines for celebrating
- Salad mix, arugula, spinach
Call today to order. 540.724.1650
What better way to celebrate Thomas Jefferson’s birthday than with a cocktail honoring his long-term rival John Marshall Continue reading Celebrating John Marshall, for Thomas Jefferson’s Birthday
The Whole Ox is honored to be the Marshall pick-up location for The Farm at Sunnyside this season!
Continue reading Organic Local Produce for 25 weeks? Oh yeah!
Local artist Micherre Mo has designed cute little TWOX stickers for us!
Come in and get them while you can! $2.50 each.
Tonight and next Wednesday are the last two nights for half price on full bottles of wine.
Just meters from the border with Slovenia, the Venica brothers farm their father’s father’s hillsides with the easternmost edges of the snowcapped Alps around them. Collio, a small old wine region north of Venice, produces beautiful and expressive white wines and smooth reds. Continue reading On the Edge of Italy: Collio
It’s the time of year where the weather is wintery-cold one day, and springy-sunny the next. And some days both. What better way to embrace the coming sunshine and still enjoy the comfort of a rich wine than to drink these richer, full-bodied white wines. Perfect for Sunday brunches, afternoon cheeses, and weeknight roasted chickens. Continue reading Wine Tasting: Rich Whites for almost-Spring
Tonight at The Whole Ox Butcher Bar, we are featuring The Virginia SAZERAC. (just like the original, only made with Catocin Creek Rye and Mt. Defiance Absinthe). Also: fried oysters and crawfish gumbo. Laissez le bon temps rouler!
#TWOX #TWOXbar #mardigras
Dark, easy to love, and even easier to drink, the Malbec grape has found untold popularity in Argentina, while many seem to overlook its origins in France.
Today, February 25th, we will be tasting four Malbecs, all from France.
We will explore two from its home in the foothills of the Pyrenees in southern France, and two from the Loire Valley in the north, where the grape has been grown for centuries under the local name Côt.
The tasting is from 12noon-3pm and is free for friends.