diningroomSet in a glorious 250 year old stone house once owned by George Washington, our restaurant makes the most of its unique setting. Our recently redesigned interior effectively couples old traditions with the contemporary expectations of our guests.

The building has undergone a fascinating conversion to bring out the best in the plank flooring and exposed beams. The main dining room overlooks our pond and gazebo across from which you might see deer roaming free. Everything is enhanced at dusk by the view of the setting sun.

As with all our culinary endeavors, be they in the dining room, our Pub or catered affairs, we attempt to incorporate only the finest and freshest ingredients, meats, poultry, seafood and produce.

The menu choices listed are representative of our menus, however, our daily menus will reflect market and seasonal availability. Please call in advance if you have specific questions.



For Reservations, Please Call 540-592-3848

Thursday – Sunday
Main Dining — Reservations Recommended
5 – 9:30 p.m.

Wolfe Tone’s Pub & Patio (weather permitting) — Open Seating
3 -5 p.m. Light Fare
5 – 9:30 p.m. Light Fare & Dinner Menu

11:30 a.m. – 3 p.m.

11:30 a.m. – 3pm

Lunch (New Menu)

Click here to view our sample lunch menu


Click here to view our sample brunch menu

Dinner (New Menu)

Click here to view our sample dinner menu


Click here to view our wine list

Wolfe Tone’s Pub

Join us at Wolfe Tone’s Pub for light fare, casual dining, major sports action all year long on HD TVs. Friday and Saturday evenings, we offer live acoustical entertainment. Check out the “Event” page for band listings.

Pub Hours

Thursday – Sunday
3 p.m. to closing

Live Music Friday & Saturday
8 p.m. to 11 p.m.

Pub Menu

Wolfe Tone’s offers our light fare Pub menu from 3 – 5 p.m. and beginning at 5 p.m. we also offer the same menu as our main dining room .

We serve Guinness Draught, Harp Lager, Magner’s Irish Cider, Miller Lite and Smithwick’s on tap. We also carry an array of bottled beer.

Click here for more information regarding the Wolfe Tone Pub