We tried to visit at 6:30 on a Friday night. We had phoned and their machine said they were open, but couldn't get to the phone. When we arrived, their chalkboard by the door just said closed.
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My daughter and I had a lovely meal here. Decor is quaint, service and food were pretty good. We were happy with our meal.
This cafe is located in a lovely Victorian house. That's where the positive aspects stop. The coffee was awful. It never saw a coffee bean. There were hardly any deserts available. Although we were almost the only guests, we had very little attention by our...More
First clue Friday night no cars in the parking lot. Second clue wait staff of one and the chef outside smoking. Third clue please seat yourself anywhere you like; ( all the table are open). Fourth clue, I must be a slow learner unsweetened ice...More
We enjoyed a very nice dinner at the Purple Door. The fresh baked dinner rolls were excellent and make you want to take home more of their baked goods. The restaurant is in a former home and is nicely decorated and the food was very...More
Menu featured unique items and homemade muffins. Enjoyed the quiche, iced teas and chance to eat high quality food while traveling.
We really enjoyed our lunch. Green Acres soup was refreshing, spinach and mushroom quiche was tasty and filling. We will definitely stop here again in our Shenandoah Valley travels. Also recommend shopping at the Shenandoah Moon boutique up the street, beautiful clothes, jewelry, free minor...More
A cute little restaurant - great for lunch. If you want to get away from the tourist crowd around the caverns, this is a great place for lunch. Get the quiche or the chicken salad. Don't get the panini. Don't get the potato salad. The...More
Stopped in after a tour of the cavern, looking for quality food for a family dinner. The inside was on the nicer end, but we opted for the patio (with charming paint-on-concrete rugs!). The food tasted home-prepared with quality ingredients and simple flavors - letting...More