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It's a cozy restaurant and bar in a historic row building. Parking is limited to the street, and the meters go until 6, so bring some change. The meter maids are relentless. I had the ahi salad. Perfect lightly cooked ahi, and a nice medley...More
My wife and I were looking for a place to have lunch, with vegetarian options, in downtown Shepherdstown. We walked into Bistro 112 and were fortunate to get a table. The restaurant is cozy, the service was very good. The vegetarian options were limited, but...More
After a day of riding on the C&O, we were looking for a nice place to eat. Boy, did we find it. They sat us upstairs in a quiet dining room and we thought we had a private dining experience (although other diners did come...More
If you are making a choice and can only do one nice restaurant in Shepherdstown, this is my recommendation. Don’t get me wrong, there are other nice places here - more than one might expect, but my wife and I liked this one the best....More
The menu has a lot of French cuisine, but it's varied enough to also satisfy the meat and potatoes customers. Atmosphere is really nice, too, in a colonial-style row house on Shepherdstown's historic German Street. Not cheap but well worth it!
Superb food and service; great wine list. Reminded us of eating in those small, sidestreet bistros in Paris. It will be aregular stops for us for lunch in Shephardstown. Be sure to ry the fresh, homemade soups with the hot sandwiches.
Went to this restaurant for lunch with friends while visiting Sherherdstown. All meals were excellent, servers were attentive and offered good advice on ordering. Crepe Lorraine was very good, but other meals amongst friends were all tasty and appealing. Will most definately return if given...More