Restaurants in Virginia

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Despite its location on the ground floor of an office building, this French-American restaurant evokes the serenity of the countryside with expansive... Read More

The menu is full of locally sourced dishes (quail with vanilla-bean sauce). Read More

A small coffee shop on Merchant Square serving breakfast, lunch, and dinner inside or on its outdoor patio. Read More

Located at the foot of the Blue Ridge Mountains just an hour west of D.C., the 1829 Ashby Inn is home to an acclaimed New American restaurant serving... Read More

The 2010-opened resto may serve pillowy beignets and slow-cooked jambalaya, but its soul-satisfying offerings (braised-pork-shoulder sausage infused... Read More

Pick up a picnic lunch of fried chicken, pulled-pork barbecue, and coleslaw at this casual restaurant. Read More

Sidewalk tables and a long, railroad-style dining room give this eatery a continental flair; book a table for two and lunch on artisanal cheeses and... Read More

A modern oyster bar and fish house located on Woodmont Avenue in Bethesda, Black’s Bar & Kitchen serves organic and coastal selections. More... Read More

Grab stick-to-your-ribs fare like Virginia ham and biscuits and broiled catfish at this family-style venue. Read More

For more than 40 years, folks have flocked here for hand-rubbed, air-cured meats. Sandwiches are piled high with silky slices; pick up a bone-in whole... Read More

The revolutionary spirit prevails after 5, when 18th-century fare like Brunswick stew and Welsh rarebit are accompanied by colonial-style entertainment... Read More

Attack your dinner with a crab mallet and an oyster knife. Read More

Owned by Irish chef Cathal Armstrong and his wife Meshelle, also the creators of nearby Restaurant Eve, this fish-and-chips restaurant is modeled after... Read More

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