We were pleasantly surprised by the ambiance of this cute place in the small town of Upperville, Va on a Thursday evening. There was lots happening at the bar and in the dining rooms while we were standing in line at the barn door to order the food before proceeding to the table. It was so much fun!! The restaurant was a converted revolutionary era house with so much character and charm. It seems to be a perfect place to eat on the patio during the warm days of summer.
Our food was very good. My friend's shepard's pie was very tasty and my sirloin was tender and tasty as well. I was also happy with the caramel apple sangria, a perfect drink, and not too sweet for fall. The service was prompt although the place was crowded. The server was nice and courteous. I definitely will have lunch or dinner in my next visit to the Midddleburg area and surroundings.
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