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In business since 2005, the Woodstock Cafe has become one of the anchor tenants of this beautiful, Shenandoah Valley, historic town. Serving excellent coffee, panini sandwiches and bountiful salads, the Cafe also features one of the best retail wine selections in the region. Open seven days per week, the Cafe offers Sunday Brunch and live music every Sunday. Gourmet wine dinners and cabaret style entertainment dinners are scheduled for select weekend evenings throughout the year. An annual selection in several categories for Virginia Living Magazine's Best of Virginia issue.
I would have given them a 5 rating as I have always had great food at the Cafe. Today was a different story. I ordered the Turkey Corn Chowder and half a sandwich. The soup - no matter what they may say - was from...More
We visited here when we were on our way to Outlet mall. Great vegetarian meal - sandwich, salad. Bakery items were good as well. This is one of those cute cafe you find in a small town while passing by, good to go if you...More
My family decided to meet at Woodstock Cafe as a mutual location for a birthday luncheon. I have never been there before. It had wonderful food. We had a fairly large party, but the staff was so kind to find a place for us to...More
My wife and I have driven past Woodstock Cafe many times so one day we decided to stop in and try it since our regular "go to" restaurant was close. Parking is limited on Main St as it is In Strasburg, Edinburg and the other...More
Stopped here for lunch on a whim and so happy we did! My husband and I had the combo meals. I had the quiche, salad and soup. He had the 1/2 sandwich and quiche. The quiche was delicious and perfectly cooked. The soup was wonderful...More
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This is a restaurant in a small Virginia town; it is not a chain, but a single owner establishment. There is no other restaurant like it on the West Coast, to my knowledge. In fact, it is unique and I don't know if it... More
This is a restaurant in a small Virginia town; it is not a chain, but a single owner establishment. There is no other restaurant like it on the West Coast, to my knowledge. In fact, it is unique and I don't know if it could be replicated! I hope you have a chance to visit Woodstock Cafe and enjoy all the wonderful food and wine offered there!
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