- ZZzzzzpainterSt. Louis •3 reviews5.0Dined 3 days agoThis place hands down has some of the best food in Charlottesville for seafood, it's pretty small inside but they do have outside seating and it's kinda loud inside but who really cares it's just a all-around good place to go and enjoy some really good seafood and other foods... Especially the oysters!!! Scallops I got were seared to perfection! My wife got the Arctic char and it was fabulous ( not always on menu was a special) service was good , friendly staff!!More infoPublic Fish & OysterPrice: Expensive• Seafood• Charlottesville•4.8
- OTOpenTable Diner1 review5.0Dined 4 days agoEvery time that I have dined at this restaurant, I have always been satisfied, and Friday was no exception.￼ The food and service was top notch.￼ I took a friend there for their first time, and they seem very pleased and wants to come back again. Keep up the great work.More infoRegion's 117Price: Moderate• American• Winchester•4.8
- OTOpenTable Diner1 review5.0Dined 5 days agoGreat place. Golf, ski, and cabin community. Food was good, not too expensive, and service was friendly.More infoCopper Kettle at Bryce ResortPrice: Moderate• American• Harrisonburg•4.3
- MHMelanieHWashington, D.C. Area •1 review5.0Dined on Apr 8, 2023The food was excellent and the vibe was very welcoming.More infoThe Base at Blue RidgePrice: Moderate• Farm-to-table• Sperryville•5
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Known as a somewhat distant Capitol Hill suburb, Luray boasts a small-town feel. Ultra-fine dining may not be present, but there are copious casual dining options. Here, you can enjoy a hearty sandwich with a twist as well as good Southern barbecue. Savor a smoky and tangy pulled pork sandwich housed in a crunchy bun alongside freshly made coleslaw. Upscale fare is also available for those looking for a sit-down dinner. Consider bacon-wrapped crab or tomato-stuffed whole trout served with wild rice, arugula, and capers in a buerre noisette sauce. Make room for dessert and order some decadent deep-fried Oreos lightly powdered with sugar.
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