1. Mill Street Grill
Mill Street Grill are well known for their Barbeque Baby Back Ribs, which are tender, fall off the bone, and glazed with a barbeque sauce that they make themselves. One customer quipped, “If Adam had your ribs there would have been no Eve.” Pigs fear them, but Mill Street Grill is not just a rib joint. They have great steaks, which they cut in house and are grilled to order. Fresh seafood arrives daily, which they grille, sauté, bake, or fry. And their assortment of pasta dishes is not only interesting, but also flavorful.
2. Log Cabin Barbecue
Log Cabin Barbecue serves down-home food with exceptional quality and southern hospitality. They pride themselves in delivering outstanding barbecue with their own original sauces, fall-off-the-bone ribs and large portions of homemade sides to fill the hungriest of customer.
3. Jon Boyz BBQ
Jon Boyz BBQ specializes in freshly smoked chicken, pork and beef, hardy specialty sandwiches, homemade side dishes, and oh yes “fries”. Whether you choose to eat at one of their outdoor picnic tables, or take it home to your family, they are proud to serve only great food that everyone will enjoy.
4. Hank’s Smokehouse
Not only have they become a destination for locals and vacationers alike, they have become a premium caterer for the Shenandoah Valley and beyond. Go dine in their newly redecorated restaurant, drink a glass of wine or sip on a local draft beer in the lounge, or purchase their famous Sauces and Rubs online.
5. Butcher Block Buffet
Butcher Block Buffet takes pride in operating a buffet restaurant where you can bring your family and say, “This is the BEST Buffet meal we’ve ever had!” All day Sunday they feature Traditional Southern and American comfort foods. Their Carving Station offers Hand Carved Ham, Turkey, Roast Beef and Brisket, and their Southern American Bar Features Pot Roast, Fried Chicken, Pork Loin and Stuffing, Chicken Livers with Onions, St. Louis Ribs and many other delicious menu offerings.
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