This restaurant is a favorite of ours for a birthday or other celebration for several reasons: the drive is lovely down a Va. country road, ESP on a sunny day; the Inn itself is very traditional, evocative of ones seen in France and Germany; the Gardens outside the large windows are restful to look at Winter and Summer; and the large fireplace in Winter as well as the wall decorations and table linens provide a wonderful homey feeling. The tables are not crowded together, one enjoys one's meal in a quiet space, service is excellent ant unhurried. The fix price 4 course meals are well- priced as there is sufficient variety of fish, meat and vegetarian selections to please most, with somewhat of an Alsatian focus. I would not deem the L'Auberge as a place for Foodies . It's not on the order of Voltaggio's or the Inn at Little Washington but neither is the price. Fav dishes: poached Lobster, any of the desert soufflés.
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