Best lunch stops in Virginia wine country
If you're vineyard hopping, or just out for a fall day trip, plan a leisurely lunch or grab a picnic in Virginia wine and hunt country.
My favorites: An English-style pub, a romantic patio…
🍷 Tremolo: Middleburg's sleek bar is worth a trip in itself for 75 global wines by the glass (the owner comes from one of Virginia's best vineyards, RdV) and fun all-day menu. Don't miss pan con tomate, or caviar and potato chips if you're feelin' fancy.
🇬🇧 Hunter's Head Tavern: The Upperville pub feels equally English and Virginian thanks to its rustic digs — a fireplace in winter, patio for summer — and lunch/brunch gastropub fare with local ingredients from nearby owner Ayrshire Farm.
🍽️ The Ashby Inn: Snag a patio seat overlooking the hills for a $75 prix-fixe weekend lunch (served Friday-Sunday) with treats like summer truffle pasta.
🥪 Front Porch Market + Grill: Grab lunch or brunch in The Plains at this charming American restaurant where sandwiches and burgers are best eaten on the porch. They also offer to-go for picnicking.
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