Restaurants in Virginia

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At the intimate Clifton Inn, the decadent rusticity of the rooms—claw-foot tubs, Mascioni linens, fireplaces, but nary a ruffled window treatment... Read More

Inspired by his time spent in southern Provence, chef John-Gustin Birkitt opened this authentic French bistro in a white, Federal-style building... Read More

Pour on the sauce at this corner bbq joint, famous for serving the town’s best barbecued pork sandwiches. Read More

Classic dishes like rack of lamb (paired with local wines) are served in an intimate period dining room. Read More

For the Beltway crowd ready to loosen their belts, this all-American comfort food hangout is where chef Liam LaCivita keeps two wood-fired ovens roaring... Read More

Dishes at wood-beam–ceilinged The Local showcase homegrown ingredients, as in Blue Ridge Mountain brook trout with Cajun rémoulade.... Read More

In season, cozy up to the Victorian fireplace for grass-fed-beef meatloaf and pecan pie. Read More

Stop into the delightful wooden house on Sperryville’s Main Street for a Sunday brunch of mushroom crêpes or French toast. Read More

Amid the inner workings of a historic gristmill, the Waterwheel Restaurant offers stylish country dishes like Allegheny Mountain trout pan-fried with... Read More

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