Where to Eat Outside in Downtown Staunton (Beverley Street and Beyond)

While Dine Out in Downtown has been one of the most popular spots for outdoor dining during the early summer, many other businesses just a block or two from Beverley Street are also open and ready to safely serve you! This week, we will be looking at other restaurants in the Downtown district that offer outdoor dining. Please note: the information contained in this blog could be outdated even within a few hours of posting it. Please check the individual businesses’ Facebook page or websites for the most accurate, up-to-date information regarding service and hours of operation.

South of Beverley Street (The Wharf and Neighbors of the Wharf)

The Historic Wharf district is home to many delicious food and drink options. The Depot Grille, Byers Street Bistro, and Blue Mountain Coffees all offer outdoor seating – well-behaved furry friends are welcome! Take your pup to a casual lunch at the Bistro, or bring your partner on a date at Depot Grille. Nearby Table 44 is a great option for Sunday brunch – which we all have been missing during the shutdown! Make sure to grab a cup of coffee afterwards from neighboring Crucible Coffee Roasters. For those who need a place to grab drinks with friends, The Wine Cellar and Ox-Eye Tasting Room offer socially distant, safe options to enjoy your drink of choice. Below is a list of all restaurants in and nearby to the Wharf:

North of Beverley (Uptown)

Looking for something different, or just want to avoid downtown parking all together? Chicano Boy Taco, Gonzo’s Pollo and Nu-Beginning Farm’s Garden of Eatin’ are all offering socially distant outdoor seating. Come grab some of Chicano Boy’s famous street corn to enjoy on their patio, or grab breakfast (served all day!) with a friend at Nu-Beginning Farm. Haven’t tried Gonzo’s Pollo yet? Now is the time to see what you are missing out on! Bonus tip: After your meal, head to D&L Donuts to grab a sweet treat. Below is a list of restaurants on Central Ave: