Bailey was born and raised in Fauquier County, Virginia in a very loud, loving and care free environment. Her parents took their children to “hippie festivals” throughout her childhood. So, it’s not surprising that at 18, Bailey decided to start traveling. She was a “rubbertramper” which means she traveled across the states and back again in a little Nissan Sentra, sleeping under the stars in a tent. She’s visited 26 states and lived in 8, always traveling, never sitting still for a long time.
After 5 years on the road, Bailey was ready to settle down and Charlottesville felt like a good place to land. Two years later, Bailey has been welcomed into a supportive community, met some very good friends and found an awesome job that respects her and her opinions. Plus, she’s a mountain gal through and through.
Come visit Bailey at the Coffee Truck@feast!. She’s got some good stories to share, and is looking forward to learning about you, too.
I love working at feast because all of my coworkers are kind, there’s never drama, and everyone gets along. I enjoy working for a small, family-owned business and people who are conscious of local and sustainable foods. I love all the samples too, especially the cheese!
Feast has taught me a new level of customer service. I’ve learned peanuts can be yummy. I’ve learned espresso doesn’t actually taste bad (or isn’t meant to). Also, my cheese and wine knowledge continues to grow because of feast‘s samples and knowledgeable staff!
Besides every cheese we offer…