We stopped at Revolutionary Soup after visiting Monticello on a Thursday afternoon. Arrived about 1pm and there was a line up to the door, but it's a pretty small place with about 10 or so tables and a bar against the wall with a window out to the street. Didn't take long to get through the line, I ordered the Adam's Apple sandwich, turkey, bacon, chevre, arugula, Granny Smith apples on a fresh Sunflower wheat bread, very delicious and unlike anything I've ever had. My daughter had the loaded baked potato soup paired with a half a wrap (a special) and hubby had a sandwich (don't remember which one) with local chips. We all were satisfied and ate every bite. Like that they are local, and use local ingredients, making it all fresh. Decent selection of local craft beer in bottles. Had a hard time finding it, thought Maps was wrong, but it's tucked in a little plaza and doesn't have a blaring sign. Lucking the kid saw it for us. Parking is available in a parking garage around the corner. We paid $2 for an hour. Would definitely go back if we lived in the area.
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