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Lunch before Inn at Little Washington

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Heading down to Washington, VA this weekend for dinner. Reservations are at 6PM, but we're going to head down there early.

Does anyone have suggestions for a light lunch spot somewhere in the area? We're heading from Northern Virgnia down there so we don't really want to go west of Little Washington for lunch.

I was thinking of a winery like Oasis, but I think they only have cheese plates.

I was thinking about Four and Twenty Blackbirds but maybe that's too big of a lunch since we're eating early in the evening.

Any other ideas?

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  1. How about a burger at Sunnyside Farm's Burger Barn or a sandwich at their shop around the corner from the Inn?

    Link: http://www.sunnysidefarms.com/

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    1. re: bilrus

      second that nomination. Have had gr8 burgers there, made from Wagyu cattle, the US version of Kobe.The burgers are so juicy and tender you need to change your shirt afterwards! Ask for your burger to be served in the 57 Chevy box.
      They also have a gourmet meatmarket and a various and assorted goodie shop, so it's a good place to while away a bit of time. Outside they have an organic farm market.
      One last thing, don't overstuff b4 the Inn. You are in for an incredible gastronomic treat!!!
      Michel

      1. re: bilrus

        second that nomination. Have had gr8 burgers there, made from Wagyu cattle, the US version of Kobe.The burgers are so juicy and tender you need to change your shirt afterwards! Ask for your burger to be served in the 57 Chevy box.
        They also have a gourmet meatmarket and a various and assorted goodie shop, so it's a good place to while away a bit of time. Outside they have an organic farm market.
        One last thing, don't overstuff b4 the Inn. You are in for an incredible gastronomic treat!!!
        Michel

        1. re: bilrus

          second that nomination. Have had gr8 burgers there, made from Wagyu cattle, the US version of Kobe.The burgers are so juicy and tender you need to change your shirt afterwards! Ask for your burger to be served in the 57 Chevy box.
          They also have a gourmet meatmarket and a various and assorted goodie shop, so it's a good place to while away a bit of time. Outside they have an organic farm market.
          One last thing, don't overstuff b4 the Inn. You are in for an incredible gastronomic treat!!!
          Michel