Bath County, located west of the Shenandoah Valley in the mountains of Virginia, has been welcoming visitors for more than 250 years. Good food has always been a part of the local hospitality. In recent years, a growing culinary scene combined with craft beverages and a renaissance in local farming, has made Bath County a hot destination for food lovers. Local restaurants and creative chefs are starting to get the recognition they deserve as some of the finest in Virginia.

The First Annual Bath County Restaurant Week gives visitors a chance to sample the variety of restaurants in the county — from country style to pub fare to fine dining. Spend a few days and see what all the buzz is about.

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Participating Restaurants:

Bacova Beer

Featuring a special week-long theme, new menu items, deals and events for Restaurant Week.

“Get Hot in the Hot with Nashville Hot Chicken”

Saturday Dec. 4 – Musical Guest from Nashville, TN, Jarrod Dickenson, playing 8-10pm

New Menu Items all week including:
• Nashville Hot Wings • Hot Chicken Flatbread • Hot Chicken Sandwich • Porter Brownies
• Seasoned Fries • Chicken Fingers

Beer Special includes $5 Pints and a $4 Daily Special Pints (different beer each day)
Release of WWJD Holiday Spiced Ale

Thursday evening is Nashville Themed Trivia

Information or directions: 540-839-2217; Visit website >

Country Café

More information coming soon

Les Cochons d’Or

Restaurant Week Tasting Menu:
First: Cream of Six Onion Soup – Fried Shallots, Chives, Caramelized Onion Chantilly
Second: Braised Pork Belly ‘Chocroute” – Sauerkraut, Smoked Bacon, Pork Shoulder, Potatoes, Onion, Fennel
Third: Warm Bread Pudding – Dried Fruit, Chocolate Chips, Raspberry, Chocolate Anglaise

Beverage Pairing: $35
Tasting Menu: $45

Information, directions and hours of operation: 540-839-8900; Visit website >

Milk House Market

With a minimum $10 purchase of sandwiches, soups, beverages or gourmet groceries, simply mention Restaurant Week and get a free spin of the Milk House Prize Wheel for a chance at free goodies.

Information, directions and hours of operation: 540-839-6455; Visit website >

The Omni Homestead and Resort

Savor the flavors of Virginia with three incredible, prix fixe dining opportunities. Enjoy a three-course dinner in Jefferson’s Restaurant for $65 per person, a three-course lunch or dinner in Jefferson’s Taproom for $45 per person, or a wood-fired artisan pizza, salad and dessert at Woody’s for $40 per person.

Information, directions or reservations: 540-839-1766; Visit website >

Snead’s 1912

First: Beef Tips and Penne – Smoked Bell Peppers, Tomatoes, Mushrooms, Spinach, Saved Pecorino
Veal Schnitzel– Mushroom Risotto, Roast Tomatoes, Spinach, Brandied Cream Sauce
Third: Pumpkin Crème Brulée – Candied Pumpkin Seeds

Tasting Menu: $45

Information, directions and hours of operation: 540-839-6328; Visit website >

The Tavern at the Inn at Warm Springs

Restaurant Week Menu:
Appetizer:  Three Cheese Arancini
Salad:  Red Beet and Lentil Layered Salad with Goat Cheese
Soup:  Garlic Soup with Melted Provolone
Main Course:  Beef Bourgignon with Parsley Polenta
Dessert:  Fried Vanilla Ice Cream with Forest Berries

$45 per person

*plus tax and gratuity

Information, directions or reservations: 540-839-5351;  Visit website >

Waterwheel Restaurant

Restaurant Week Menu:
Appetizer:  Prince Edward Island Mussels, White Wine, Butter, Garlic, Grilled Bread
Entrée:  Sirloin Chateaubriand, Potato Purée, Roasted Carrots, Red Wine Reduction
Dessert:  Sour Cream Maple Cake

$45 per person

*Menu subject to change; Consuming raw or undercooked meats, poultry, seafood, shellfish, or eggs may increase your risk of foodborne illness.

Information, directions or reservations: 540-839-2231;  Visit website >