My wife and I stopped in here on a Saturday evening our way back from NC. I had eaten in "It's About Thyme" and "Jocelyn's" in Media, PA years ago and was amazed to find it reincarnated here in Culpeper by the same family. The place was busy but they said they could work us in and took us next door to the bar in their other restaurant "The Copper Fish" to wait. Needless to say, after some reminiscing, we had an excellent meal with some very good wine. The special meatball appetizers are not to be missed.The coho salmon was very good - cooked to order with a squid ink blackened pasta. The ravioli dish was excellent. The staff is friendly, accommodating and the service is excellent. The restaurant is small so I would suggest reservations if dining near prime time. There is plenty of parking in the area -free by the Amtrak station two blocks away.
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