Crossroads launches new website

It’s a refreshed interweb location.

With the fitting tagline, “Keeping The Oral Tradition Alive Through Social Intercourse” one of my favorite spots in the area has launched a new website at

Things I like about the new website that other local businesses could emulate:

  • Everything is on one page, no clicking through random pages.
  • Beer list, because beer.
  • List of upcoming events. If they can keep this up to date this will be a great resource for planning the weekend and catching those musicians you want to see and let’s be honest maybe skip the ones you’ve heard 324 times.

Nice improvement over the previous site.

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Richard Hayes is the co-founder of RVAHub. When he isn't rounding up neighborhood news, he's likely watching soccer or chasing down the latest and greatest board game and/or beer.

1 Comment on Crossroads launches new website

  1. This is nice and easy to view. Who did the work?
    I did not know they sold much in the way of food, nice picture of that.
    Will they list a menu or the type of offerings they have?

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