Virginia August 09, 2017
This Virginia Restaurant Is Located In An 18th Century Manor House And You’ll Want To Visit
Living in a state as historic as Virginia, it’s nearly impossible to find a building without some sort of historical significance. In fact, even our restaurants are located inside some of these treasured landmarks. One such case is the Manor House at Locust Thicket. Located in Lynchburg, this gorgeous 18th century manor home has been transformed into a gorgeous restaurant. It’s here you’ll find gorgeous decor, a delicious menu, and a truly memorable experience.
The Manor House at Locust Thicket is located at 2627 Old Forest Road, Lynchburg, VA 24501.
Surrounded by lush gardens and gorgeous landscaping, you'll feel miles away from it all as soon as you arrive to this historic landscape.
Inside, the comfortable dining area plays tribute to the Manor House's history.
The Manor House is the oldest home in Lynchburg, and the renovations are absolutely gorgeous. Stepping into the house's foyer, you'll be greeted warmly by the staff and introduced to the historic timeline of Locust Grove.
The menu offers a variety of entrees, ranging from indulgent to more lighter fare.
The restaurant serves lunch, dinner, and brunch on Sundays.
There's even a wood-fire oven located outside for authentic cooking and unique flavor.
The fireplace also adds a cozy ambiance to diners enjoying their meals outside on the terrace.
One of the most popular menu items is the open-faced sandwiches, served with a portion of skillet potatoes.
Another great order is the beef ravioli, especially comforting on a chilly evening.
Of course, you really can't go wrong with any of these thoughtfully prepared meals featuring fresh and local ingredients.
The seasonal menu offers plenty to choose from, so there's bound to be a little something for every taste.
When the weather is nice, diners can enjoy a beautiful view of the house from the terrace dining area.
Whether eating inside or out, your time at the Manor House will make your meal there all the more special.
Have you dined at the Manor House at Locust Grove before? If so, we’d love to hear what your experience there was like! For related content, be sure to read about these
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