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A prix fixe breakfast is included in the room rates and is served by the fire in winter and on the verandah on warm days, if you desire. Enjoy the views of the beautiful Shenandoah Valley as you delight in dishes ranging from savory egg dishes to sweet country waffles. The morning fare at our Lexington bed and breakfast is always a delight of the freshest seasonal fruits, vegetables, and herbs.
For its small size, Lexington has quite a few great restaurants. Here are the innkeepers' picks:
The Palms: 101 W. Nelson St. (540) 463-7911. This relaxed pub features gourmet burgers, homemade soups, salads, and a wide variety of light meals, as well as a full service bar. Open Mon-Wed 11:30am-1am; Thurs-Sat 11:30am-2am; Sun 12-11pm.
Southern Inn: 37 S. Main St. (540) 463-3612 www.southerninn.com. Offering casual, upscale dining, the Southern Inn has one of Lexington’s most expansive fine-wine lists. The restaurant features locally raised and grown products prepared from scratch daily. Open Mon-Sat 11:30am-10pm; Sun 11:30am-9pm.
Cafe Michel: 640 North Lee Highway 540-464-4119 www.michelcafe.com. Casual, upscale French cuisine, fresh seafood and an extensive wine selection. The Lobster Bisque is a guest favorite. Reservations required. Open Mon - Thur 5pm - 9pm and Fri & Sat 5pm - 10pm.
Salerno: 115 S. Jefferson St. (540) 463-5757. Very casual, this family owned and operated restaurant offers pizza, pasta, 42 different submarine sandwiches, calzones, steak, salads, full dinners (pasta, chicken, and veal) and the innkeepers' favorite — homemade rice pudding. Open Mon-Sat 10:30am-9:30pm. Note: No credit cards accepted.
Tuscany: 24 N. Main St. (540) 463-94979. www.tuscanyitalianrestaurant.com
Casual, upscale dining featuring authentic regional Italian delicacies
Need more options for fun and food? Click here for the Lexington Visitor’s Center website.