Purcellville is one of those quaint Hunt Country towns that has more to offer than meets the eye. While we stand by our first Purcellville restaurant guide, the many incr(edible) eateries run by local folks who love everything the area has to offer warranted a second go-round. These are local institutions focused on highlighting drinks and ingredients from all over the Piedmont region. Here is our Purcellville Restaurant Guide, volume 2.
West End Wine Bar & Pub | 36855 W Main St
Sitting in a painstakingly restored building dating back to 1915, West End provides the perfect setting for enjoying a Wine Country farm-to-table experience. Menus are seasonal and feature wine, beer, produce, seafood, and beef, with an emphasis on the locally-sourced.
Monk’s BBQ | 251 N 21st St
Monk’s is everything you’re looking for out of a neighborhood barbecue joint – traditional, flavorful, and authentic. When it comes to smoking meats, the crew at Monk’s doesn’t believe in shortcuts, resulting in the best barbecue around.
Market Burger | 145 W Main St
This isn’t your average burger joint. While you can definitely get the classics at Market Burger, you’ll also find on the menu options like a falafel veggie burger and the “Cocina on Market” burger, complete with chorizo, chipotle mayo, pepper jack, lettuce, avocado, raw onions. This is one local burger experience you don’t want to miss.
Anthony’s Italian Restaurant | 620 W Main St
This family-style Italian spot is all about “great food, uplifting atmosphere, and good friends” creating the kind of casual dining experience you want to come back for again and again. Each meal is made with fresh ingredients, just like Nonna made it.
Bicycles & Coffee | 609 E Main St, Unit O
The self-proclaimed “certifiable bicycle crazy” Bicycles & Coffee crew is just what you’d expect out of a locally-run, slightly-nutty shop. They shamelessly promote a two-wheeled lifestyle while selling incredible, tasty, locally-roasted coffee and nutritious snacks in an environmentally conscious atmosphere – “because a healthy, vibrant, cultured community is made up of locally owned operations, not chain stores.”
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