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    American Restaurants in Charlottesville

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    Business Listing   Blue Light Grill & Raw Bar - Charlottesville, VA - Phone: (434) 295-1223

    Business Listing   Fox's Cafe - Charlottesville, VA - Phone: (434) 293-2844

    Business Listing   Hardees - Charlottesville, VA - Phone: (434) 977-4804

    Business Listing   Ivy Inn - Charlottesville, VA - Phone: (434) 977-1222

    Business Listing   Kentucky Fried Chicken - Charlottesville, VA - Phone: (434) 296-1475

    Business Listing   Wild Greens - Charlottesville, VA - Phone: (434) 296-9453

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    Helpful Definition for: American Restaurants

    Cuisines in American restaurants in Charlottesville mainly comprise North American and Latin American cuisines. The cuisine of North America mainly encompasses sandwich, pizza, soup, curry and salad. Fruits and vegetables, dairy products, meat, confectionary form the main diet of North America. A characteristic feature of the cooking style of these American restaurants in Charlottesville is amalgamation of the regional and contemporary. Different dishes from different countries form the exclusive range of Latin American cuisine in these restaurants. Tortillas, guacamole, pebre, tamles are some of the important ingredients used in the cuisine of Latin America. The popularity of American cuisine has led to its expansion throughout the world and Charlottesville is not an exception. There are a number of American restaurants in Charlottesville which are gaining in popularity with the young and old alike.

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