The restaurant is located in a building constructed in the mid-1800’s. The building won the “Historic Preservation Award” in 2004. The windows contain glass from the original building. The floors are made of distressed pine recovered from Virginia barns and buildings. Also indoors you will find a delightful horseshoe shaped Copper Topped Bar, walls covered in brick and wormed-chestnut, stained glass partitions from the original building as well as a romantic fireplace, wooden tables and restored pine benches and chairs. We display art from local artisans for your enjoyment and our decor includes many original Fellini movie posters throughout the bar and restaurant. The atmosphere at Fellini’s is casual elegance – delicious meals, cozy atmosphere and romantic melodies from the piano in the bar. We have many Italian wines as well as a variety from Virginia and around the world. We have beers on tap and “Fellini’s” cocktails.
Be sure to include Fellini’s in your plans – before or after an event at the Paramount, a relaxing dinner after a beautiful hike at Monticello or for a romantic interlude to your hectic schedule.
Many guests have asked what was in the building before it was Fellini’s . An extensive search at the Historical Society revealed that this building was used as a private residence, as a furniture and antique store and as a rummage sale shop for the council of churches.