Augusta County boasts a wide range of dining-out options, from national chains to numerous independents. Our award-winning restaurants celebrate the bounty of our farmers and their agricultural heritage, by sourcing ingredients locally. With hundreds of dining options to choose from, we encourage you visit Trip Advisor or Yelp to search by type of cuisine, price, or location.
Craft Breweries & Vineyards
Augusta County is home to a growing number of craft breweries and our wineries uphold Virginia’s emerging global wine reputation. For craft beer lovers, Shenandoah Beerwerks is the region’s premier beer trail.
Breweries, vineyards & tasting rooms in the area include:
In the immediate area (Augusta County, Staunton, and Waynesboro):
A little farther out:
Agritourism & Farmers’ Markets
Augusta County is a key partner in the Fields of Gold agritourism trail. We encourage citizens and visitors to experience what we have to offer by eating, picking, growing, and taking something home. We are also home to Polyface, the nationally-recognized “beyond organic” farm of Joel Salatin, who gained fame in the bestselling book The Omnivores Dilemma. Our four area farmers’ markets operate from spring through fall and feature fresh produce, summer berries, homemade breads and pastries, naturally-raised meats, and dairy products.
Photo in header image by Brydie Ragan