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At Fardowners, we provide quality pub fare & a welcoming casual atmosphere. Chef Mark Cosgrove sources local ingredients in season & our rotating selection of craft beer emphasizes Virginia breweries. Fardowners is a great place to take the family for dinner (our kids' Mac & Cheese is definitely the best around), or to come out with friends & enjoy our actively curated draft selection & live music on weekends.Fardowners restaurant takes its name from a group of Irish immigrants who labored for the Blue Ridge Railway Co. and helped construct four tunnels through the Blue Ridge mountains during the decade before the Civil War. Claudius Crozet’s remarkable feat of engineering took eight years and linked the eastern part of Virginia to the west. Opened to rail traffic in April of 1858, the railway was instrumental in putting the village of Crozet on the map. The old C&O Railroad depot can still be seen from the restaurant windows, across The Square on the other side of the tracks.
All reviews brunch wings burger carrot cake tater tots eggs benedict huevos rancheros onion rings salad mac and cheese french toast fish and chips sandwiches pub food local favorite beer selection nice pub
It was a busy Sunday night after Thanksgiving and lots of folk were eating out. Our party of 7 was seated promptly even though they were very busy. All of our orders were correctly presented. All of the food was very good except the special....More
Truly wonderful food, lots of locally sourced ingredients. Great beer selection, love the local craft brew choices. Fun atmosphere, all ages, or take out is available. Friendly, proficient wait staff and bartending.
We came for drinks on Friday night and again for brunch on Sunday with our friends who are locals. Very friendly place where most people seem to know one another. Great drinks out on Friday and a fantastic brunch on Sunday morning. Highly recommend!
Small town atmosphere, lovely staff, and good food.
I had the blackened fish over a salad and it was delicious. Fresh and a large portion of fish. Glad we stopped in. The place was packed even on a Monday night but we were able to...More
This is a true 'local' restaurant, with a lively buzz every single day. Food is consistently good, servers are consistently friendly. Patrick and Scotty are almost always around to make you feel at home. We love Fardowners!
Husband had tachos (just ok) and I had chicken tenders (pretty good.). Service was just ok. Atmosphere is definitely small town bar, loud local man at bar kept complaining about General Lee’s statue being covered and annoyed about having to be “politically correct” Kind of...More
The restaurant was very crowded the Sunday evening we were there. The people around us were getting their food but ours took a very long time to come!! We were wondering if the waitress failed to put in our order. When we finally got our...More