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March 2021 Update

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I have confidence Spring is peaking around the corner!!  Beautiful warm days.

Join us for a celebration of the connections between kitchen and earth.  We strive to excel at turning ordinary evenings into extraordinary ones.  Each course presents inspiration for the seasons and harmony with the earth that we hope will excite your palate and nourish your soul®.  The culinary journey delivers intelligent compositions and delightful flavors while celebrating local and seasonal ingredients offering a progressive menu on what our farm and local farmers, fishermen and foragers provide.  Thank you to allt he farmers, wineries and artisan producers who provide us with their outstanding products.  We appreciate the dedication and the extraordinary job you do each and every day.

We are now accepting reservations through  We look forward to seeing you in the coming months.  Our outdoor seating will be available, weather permitting.  We practice all the guidelines the Virginia Department of Health and the CDC recommend and beyond. We take temperatures of our staff and guests, use proper sanitizing and protect the environment of the restaurant as best we can.  Our staff has been trained in providing excellent and safe service.  We ask that you also help us by wearing a face covering for your safety and the safety of others when entering, exiting, going to the restroom or walking around the property at our restaurant.

SUNDAY SUPPERS - Join us for Sunday Supper.  Served at your table - family style.  A great way to relax, enjoy a leisurely Sunday evening and be inspired by the menu.

Sunday, March 21, 2021

Reservations 5:30 - 7:30 p.m.

$85.00 per person plus drinks, tax and gratuity

Louisiana Cuisine

**Due to the style of menu on all special events, including Sunday Suppers and the complexities involved with individual and specific food allergies, we are unable to accommodate dietary restrictions.**



APRIL 4, 2021

RESERVATIONS 11:30, 12:00, 12:30 and 2:00, 2;30, 3:00

Served Family Style at your table

$85.00 per person plus drinks, tax and gratuity

Children 5-11 - $35.00 - Children 4 and under - no charge



MAY 9, 2021

Reservations 11:30, 12:00, 12:30 and 2:00, 2:30, 3:00

Served Family Style at your table

$85.00 per person, plus drinks, tax and gratuity

Children 5-11 - $35.00 - Children 4 and under - no charge


We are in the garden, preparing for extensive planting.  We are currently planting peas, lettuces, cilantro, dill, radishes, spinach, kale, swiss chard, broccoli, cabbages, fava beans and more.  It is so satisfying to be outside.  

When looking at our garden, we think of several ways to repel pests, control weeds and boost our garden's overall health.  Companion planting means growing two or more different plants in close proximity.  Incorporating plants that attract beneficial insects, deter pests or invigorate the soil will result in boosted garden resilience and enhance the health of your garden.  The close spacing typical of most companion planting naturally squeezes out weeds.  Some people say that certain vegetables taste better when planted with marigolds or calendula.  Some marigold release natural nematode repellents into the soil, making them a great companion for tomatoes and peppers.  "Three Sisters" planting include corn, beans and squash.  All are beneficial to the other.  Every garden in unique and companion planting increases the diversity of plants making for a healthier and happier garden.


"Sometime when we are generous in small, barely detectable ways, it can change someone else's life forever."  Margaret Cho, American Comedian