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Dining for a difference

Debbie Rickard and Glenn Padjett enjoy a meal This Saturday, area diners have a chance to make a difference just by eating out. comments
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Groovin' room: Winchester restaurant to stay open later, welcome bands

WINCHESTER -- The Continental Restaurant, for decades a fixture of quiet, fine dining on North Frederick Pike, is about to loosen its tie. comments
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Fair's signature sauce shrouded in secrecy

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. comments
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Food at the fair: Healthy treats can be found even among festival fare

FRONT ROYAL -- Summer in the valley wouldn't be the same without the sweet smell of frying sugar lingering over the county fairgrounds. comments
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Family-friendly: New events at Strasburg Theater cater to a younger crowd

STRASBURG -- Mounds of pasta and karaoke on Mondays. Muchos tacos and programs for youths on Tuesdays. comments
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Trailblazers: Restaurant offers large portions for reasonable prices

FRONT ROYAL -- If you're looking for an alternative to fast food at a low price, Trailblazers Cafe has a table waiting for you. comments
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That's Italian: Popular eatery returns to Strasburg, bringing nightlife with it

STRASBURG -- After a 24-year absence, Vinnie Lanzetta and his authentic Italian cuisine are back. comments
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Old place, new face: Restaurant uses familiar building, name to tap tourist market

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. comments
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Bank on business: British eatery attracts visitors to Winchester

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. comments

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