Valentine's special menu available the weekend before and after Valentines- Open on Valentine's' Day- Wednesday, February 14th (typically closed on Wednesdays). SPECIAL OFFER- 10 course/Wine Paired/Chef Tasting dinner- $145 each (plus tax and gratuity) - 6:00 Seating (only).
Wednesday, February 14, 2018
We had brunch for six at the Lafayette in December after a small, intimate wedding, and it was just perfect. Quiet, intimate, and lovely food.
Very solid brunch in an area with few options. Will definitely revisit when in Stanardsville.
Marine Corps Birthday
always delicious, always beautiful and always great service. It is a very special place.
Great food and service in an historic inn located in picturesque town. Nice property with commemorative plaques.
The restaurant is located in a beautiful old house. Extensive menu options for dinner & desert.
We always enjoy our evening at The Lafayette Inn. Good service and lovely ambiance. Each meal is carefully prepared fresh and delicious!
Wonderful experience. A hidden gem. Only learn they are in Stanardsville through Open Table or TripAdvisor...or from a former guest. They are about an hour drive from our home; we were looking for a special venue and we were truly satisfied. Apparently The Lafayette Inn & Restaurant has the right pace of patronage for business. Our dining experience was exactly what we had in mind. Chef and staff delivered a most delicious meal and they were all quite personable as they managed to wedge in a bit of time to converse. We would go again and encourage our neighbors to dine there too. Thank you!
We were looking for a new place to have Sunday brunch and tried the Lafayette Inn in Stanardsville. The setting of this old inn is beautifully landscaped and we enjoyed our walk to the front door and again after our meal, to the car. It was a nice surprise to find such excellent food and we invited friends to join us there for Sunday brunch a few weeks later. Both times we enjoyed our selections--the omelette of the day and the traditional Eggs Benedict. Our friends tried the (crab) cake and eggs. The first time we were there, the omelette had feta cheese and teeny tomatoes that we could only call "raisin tomatoes" because of their size. The meal was artistically arranged on the plate so that the yellow, orange and red tomatoes tumbled out of the omelette. When we were with our friends we all ordered the stone-ground grits instead of the potatoes and they were delicious! You should try them. The only downer is that no matter how many people are in the dining room, it's very noisy. The first time we were there, there were about eight people and it was noisy; the second time, graduation weekend, it was really noisy. The owners should consider adding some noise abatement, such as carpets on the floors.
We had a very enjoyable night at this restaurant. Great service great food outstanding wine list.