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Dining In Marshall Virginia

Marshall has a variety of delicious restaurants for visitors to choose from. Whether you are looking for something fancy for an anniversary or girls night out, or quick and casual in between activities, you are sure to find great places to eat in Marshall virginia. 

Red Truck Bakery

Red Truck Bakery is a rural bakery that was born in a farmhouse in the Virginia Piedmont hunt country 50 miles west of Washington, D.C., and they're named after the truck they bought from fashion designer Tommy Hilfiger. They ship thousands of items nationwide each year: Oprah Winfrey’s O Magazine says they’re one of their favorite food sites, Travel + Leisure says they’re one of the best small-town bakeries in America and Condé Nast Traveler named them one of “America’s 13 Sweetest Bakery Destinations.” Even President Obama has saluted their bakery's story and pies, but their favorite accolades are from their customers—go see for yourself. Did we mention their moonshine cakes with hooch from the next county?

Field & Main Restaurant

Upscale American Menu - From the field to Main Street, from the farm to the table, this restaurant is built to nourish our community and to celebrate our region. They are clearing away unnecessary distractions and making space for relationships — with people, the land and the products that come from it.

The Whole Ox

The whole ox is an old-fashioned, full-service butcher shop specializing in whole, local foods from your neighbors’ farms. Their meats are raised ethically on pasture without the addition of hormones and antibiotics. This service provides healthy options for our community and supports our local rural economy. Dining and take-out menu are available.

Johnny Monarch's

The big British double decker bus in the center of Marshall (right across the street). They’re made up of a group of eccentric Chefs & Foodies and their food shows it. Some recipes are 60+ years old, others are from the USOC training table. They're open Tuesday – Sat 11:30 -7 and Sun Noon – 7 Go visit them for lunch or stop by for dinner.
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