• Dining in Warrenton

    Visit our award winning restaurants, cafe's and delicious destinations.

    Altered Suds Beer Company

    Website

    (540) 216-3490

    Old Town Warrenton's newest brewery can be found at 36 Main St. Located between Hartman Jewelers and Black Bear Bistro, Altered Suds provides a speakeasy atmosphere offering IPAs, Kolsch, Hefe, and Stout brewed onsite.

    Black Bear Bistro

    Website

    540-428-1005

    Upscale comfort fare is served with local wine & beer amid cherry-wood decor, a fireplace & patio.

    Bubble N. N Bubble

    Website

    540-428-8788 or 8573

    Bubble N • N Bubble offers fresh fruit with tea and Japanese crepes. Japanese Crepe craft a crispy thin chewy layer, and then construct an artistic crepe. By lunch time, Bubble N N Bubble also offer Chinese dumplings and Japanese noodles and rice. Take out available.

    Claire's At The Depot

    Website

    (540) 351-1616

    Eclectic Southern-leaning dishes offered in classic environs inside an 18th-century train station.

    Deja Brew Cafe

    Website

    (540) 680-2620

    We are dedicated to providing quality food and service and contributing to our community with literature, music, and art enrichment through our various weekly events.

    Denim & Pearls

    Website

    (540) 349-9339

    Located in the heart of Old Town Warrenton where you can enjoy indoor and outdoor patio seating, while enjoying an excellent selection of fine wines, uncommon whiskeys, and gourmet culinary creations. Family friendly, pet friendly, warm, and welcoming.

    Ellie's Place

    26 Main St, Warrenton, Va. 20186

    Website

    (540) 216-7810

    A family-owned and operated dine-in or carry-out restaurant serving breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Ellie's Place also features 32 flavors of Hershey's ice-cream!

    Great Harvest Bread Co.

    Website

    (540) 878-5200

    Bakery chain specializing in whole-grain breads & muffins made with Montana wheat.

    Haute Cakes Pastry Shop

    Website

    540-272-8826

    Located at 7 North 5th Street Warrenton, Virginia, Haute Cakes Pastry Shop is a boutique bakery that specializes in custom wedding and event cakes, treats, and more. Haute Cakes also offers cake and cookie decorating workshops, and is open Tuesdays 12-6pm, Wednesdays-Fridays 10am-6pm, and Saturdays 9am-6pm.

    Molly's Irish Pub

    Website

    (540) 349-5300

    Centered in the heart of beautiful Historic Old Town Warrenton, Molly's is a traditional Irish pub and family style restaurant serving hearty meals, cold pints and warm laughs.

    Natural Marketplace

    Website

    (540) 349-4111

    Owned & operated for over 27 years by Shelly Ross, The Natural Marketplace has been a landmark & community resource for all aspects of health & well-being.

    Red Truck Rural Bakery

    Website

    (540) 347-2224

    We’re a rural bakery born in a farmhouse in the Virginia Piedmont hunt country 50 miles west of Washington, D.C. Travel + Leisure says we’re one of the best small-town bakeries in America and Condé Nast Traveler named us one of “America’s 13 Sweetest Bakery Destinations.”

    Third + Main

    Website

    (540) 347-2935

    Every day, we feature two soups in addition to a wide selection of sandwiches, salads, wraps, quiches, and sweets. The soups are homemade and range from the exotic to the traditional. You will find everything from old fashion Chicken Noodle to Thai Pork Green Curry, and every Friday we serve our Famous She-Crab soup.

    Sunny Hills American Grill

    (540) 351-0550

    Warrenton Wellness Kitchen

    Website

    (540) 347-7600

    The Warrenton Wellness Kitchen brings clean eating to the table with healthy, whole ingredients that come together in simple yet delicious ways. Our meals are always nutritious so that you and your family can enjoy quality food cooked especially for you. We even deliver to your doorstep!

    Wild Hare Hard Cider

    Website

    (703) 402-7956

    We are a small, local Virginia cidery that started from a desire to craft something with our hands, a product of science and art. Our fruit comes directly from our orchard in the heart of the Shenandoah Valley. We press heritage apples and cool-ferment the juice to proper dry, and age for more than a year. Our ciders are authentic and simple; not to be confused with highly sweetened national brands you might find in your grocery store

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