4 based on 201 reviews
Opened in 2009. Excellent Food and moderately priced
Stopped by here on way to Watermelon Bluegrass Festival. Got there very late so many specials were over. Wanted to try the black bean burger but it wasn't homemade. The fish fry was good, a huge portion. My husband loved his Cuban too. Friendly attentive staff, easy parking & decent menu options.
4.5 based on 59 reviews
With pinkies out or in, you are sure to delight in the experience of our lavish Manor House Teas. You will relax in the elegant setting of our historic manor enjoying the company of friends and loved ones with a comforting cup of tea. Our teas are blended especially for Historic Rosemont Manor by Marsha G. Richards of Tea for All Reasons in Winchester, Virginia. Teas include our enchanting Byrd Blend black tea – a signature blend of Darjeeling, cream Earl Grey, rose petals and other natural flavors – and the refreshing Rosemont Blend green tea – a combination of Sencha, strawberry and papaya pieces, rose petals, candy pearl dragees and other natural flavors. Rosemont chefs carefully plan a three-course menu, preparing sandwiches, scones and sweet treats that will complement each of the teas we serve.
Arriving Jan 2017 we were able to see the beautiful decorations still up from Christmas and experience a lovely afternoon tea complete with Cucumber Sandwiches, Cheddar-Chive and Bacon Scones, Eggnog Ice Cream and Chocolate Mousse in an edible chocolate cup plus 3 different teas. The historic manor was built in 1811 by the Norris family and has hosted many famous people to include owner Sen. Harry F. Byrd and family, Franklin D. Roosevelt, Pres. John F. Kennedy and wife Jackie, President Lyndon, B Johnson and wife Ladybird, to name a few. Many of the suites are named for the famous occupants. This would be a wonderful wedding venue or great for an overnight stay. The staff is gracious and entertaining as well as knowledgeable about the lovely manor.
4.5 based on 22 reviews
Best soft serve for 50 miles around. Flavor burst options (strawberry, cherry, orange, raspberry cotton candy, etc. are fantastic. Large portions so don't over order, Convenient off of Rte 7. A MUST!!!!
5 based on 40 reviews
The Tea Cart is Berryville's premiere tearoom and event destination providing traditional British fare and curated specialty teas.
Went there on a recommendation and had a delightful and tasty afternoon and I'm not even a tea drinker! Finger sandwiches and pastries were a filling lunch and quite good. They also have a large selection of teas for those with discerning tastes in teas and well as novices such as me. We also enjoyed the variety of hats and the decor. The owner had a nice chat with us, made us feel very welcome and explained the dishes. We had a marvelous time.
5 based on 24 reviews
A coffee roastery and cafe serving craft coffee, espresso drinks, gluten-free waffles, smoothies & teas.
Cordial Coffee is a half block off Main Street and offers friendly service, Wi-Fi and really good coffee options. There are several cozy rooms that invite relaxing with your coffee of choice. The owners know their coffee and have (and use) their own roaster in the lobby. Every cup is brewed fresh - including a straight coffee. It is hand made in a milita-like device. This is a coffee place first and foremost.
4 based on 65 reviews
Located in a strip mall, this unpretentious eatery offers a great selection of sandwiches, including many Greek sandwiches, burgers, salads, soups, breakfast items, appetizers, and desserts. The food is wholesome and down to earth. Flavors are authentic and enjoyable. There are a few outdoor tables with umbrellas to enjoy, weather permitting.
4 based on 67 reviews
This unpretentious p[lace serves a number of basic American-Italian classics. They are usually well-prepared, although we have certainly had better and more refined versions of all items listed on the menu elsewhere. The Mozzarella sticks and breaded vegetables are good, satisfying and heavy. The salads are good, especially if you get there at noon or early evening. The pizzas are OK, but what do you expect for the price?
4 based on 40 reviews
This place is right in town, has lots of free parking, is very clean, and offers service that's fast, efficient, and friendly. But despite what other reviewers have said, this is definitely not authentic Mexican food. It's not even authentic Tex-Mex. But it's tasty, and it's served steaming hot, so you're likely to enjoy it anyway.
4 based on 28 reviews
Honest homestyle cooking. We are the farmer in our `Farm to table`efforts. Me pride ourselves in the art of scratch cooking. If you want a great breakfast - from a couple of eggs to eggs benedict or real smoked bbq or lunch, hungry for a Great burger or a great reuben - you will find it at the `Nest`. Our dining room is a place to meet new friends and laugh a lot! Come join the fun!!
Check the hours of operation first but I will say most of the food is good and service is usually good with very reasonable prices.
4.5 based on 5 reviews
My wife and I were staying at Rosemont Manner B&B and they had a coupon for cookies so we took advantage! Lovely little place with very sweet staff. We were the only seated customers so had an opportunity to speak to her for several minutes. The lattes were good as were the cookies and trifles.
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