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STRASBURG -- Anyone who has ever had difficulty finding healthy food that caters to their food allergies is in for a sweet treat.
WINCHESTER -- Winchester has become the new New York, at least for recent NYC transplant Frank D'Alessio -- though minus the traffic, the smog and, most importantly, the stress. For D'Alessio, 46, that's the best part about living in Virginia.
BERRYVILLE -- Remnants of the Old Battletown Hotel, homemade food and a family atmosphere are some of the reasons why The Berryville Grille is fast becoming the place to be in Clarke County.
WHITE POST -- At first glance, it may seem just as easy to keep going as you ride by Mr. B's Bar-B-Que on U.S. 340.
STRASBURG -- The change in the menu at Anthony's Pizza in Strasburg can be tasted in the first bite of bruchetta, which at first glance is like dessert for the eyes.
As locations of the local franchise Anthony's Pizza have been adding new meals to their menus, Anthony's X at 103 S. Royal Ave. in Front Royal has put its own spin on the traditional pizza parlor fare.
STEPHENS CITY -- Brenda Myers dreams of a simpler time. And with a little bit of flour, sugar and applesauce, she can whip it up into reality.
FRONT ROYAL -- Boasting a menu that accentuates its signature sandwiches and spuds, the owner of the newest restaurant in the Riverton Commons shopping area says he hopes to attract customers with good food and "a little southern hospitality."
FRONT ROYAL -- The quest to satisfy a strong desire to learn about drinking fine wine and savoring gourmet food and cheese can lead enthusiasts to believe they must travel to exotic lands for an authentic experience.
Area bars and eateries comply with legislation By Amber Marra -- email@example.com The smoking ban that took effect throughout Virginia on Tuesday has the local businesses that were previously smoker-friendly adjusting to the change. Gov. Timothy M. Kaine signed legislation last spring that banned smoking in most public eateries and bars as of Dec. 1. Restaurants that permitted smoking must now designate a closed-off smoking area with a separate ventilation system from the rest of the building if they want to continue with a smoking option. Most businesses that allowed smoking in Shenandoah County, such as the Hi-Neighbor Country Restaurant, the Strasburg Theater and the Spring House Tavern, will probably remain smoke-free. "I've had people walk in, stick their head in the door and walk out because of the smell [of smoke], it bothered a lot of people," said Pat Mumper, the owner of the Hi-Neighbor in Strasburg. Like Mumper, many local businesses are in favor of the smoking ban because it could open their establishments to a larger variety of people. Some clientele are not so thrilled about the ban. "Some people have already been upset about it, as soon as we put up the no-smoking notes people were...
This Saturday, area diners have a chance to make a difference just by eating out.
WINCHESTER -- The Continental Restaurant, for decades a fixture of quiet, fine dining on North Frederick Pike, is about to loosen its tie.
BERRYVILLE -- Behind the office, past the rows of sheep and cows and carnival rides at the Clarke County Ruritan Fairgrounds, about 15 guys are standing in smoke.
FRONT ROYAL -- Summer in the valley wouldn't be the same without the sweet smell of frying sugar lingering over the county fairgrounds.
STRASBURG -- Mounds of pasta and karaoke on Mondays. Muchos tacos and programs for youths on Tuesdays.
FRONT ROYAL -- If you're looking for an alternative to fast food at a low price, Trailblazers Cafe has a table waiting for you.
STRASBURG -- After a 24-year absence, Vinnie Lanzetta and his authentic Italian cuisine are back.
FRONT ROYAL -- Tommy Jones is back home to spend time with relatives and see some familiar faces -- and serve up some steaks and seafood in the process. Perhaps history -- as the slogan for Jones' new restaurant touts -- never tasted so good. Jones, 43, opened the Stonewall Jackson Restaurant on 915 N. Royal Ave. for business last month.
The Union Jack Pub & Restaurant is Winchester's newest "it" eatery. The pub, which opened a little more than a week ago, beckons visitors to its historic space on the Loudoun Street Pedestrian Mall, across from the Old Courthouse Civil War Museum.
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Sunday, Mar. 9: Greater Joy Baptist Church dinner
Sunday, Mar. 9: Saint Luke Baptist Church musical program
Monday, Mar. 10: Mt. Olive UMC spaghetti dinner
Monday, Mar. 10: Warren County ARC meeting
Monday, Mar. 10: Retired nurses luncheon
Monday, Mar. 10: Shenandoah County Cooperative Extension schedule
Tuesday, Mar. 11: Safeway Breakfast Club meeting
Tuesday, Mar. 11: Strasburg artist reception
Tuesday, Mar. 11: American Red Cross blood drives
Tuesday, Mar. 11: Shenandoah County Historical Society program
Tuesday, Mar. 11: Turner Ashby Camp Sons of Confederate Veterans meeting
Tuesday, Mar. 11: Winchester Host Lion's Club meeting
Tuesday, Mar. 11: Pancake supper rescheduled
Tuesday, Mar. 11: St. Matthews Lutheran Church pancake supper
Tuesday, Mar. 11: Phi Delta Kappa International meeting
Tuesday, Mar. 11: American Legion Post 77 meeting
Tuesday, Mar. 11: Gochenour card shower