La Petite Auberge
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Since 1981, La Petite Auberge has been owned and operated by the Renault family. Our specialties consist of traditional French cuisine, as well as the very best our region has to offer. Our philosophy has always been to serve our customers the best food and wine available at a reasonable price.
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If you are craving French food this is the best by far and the location is great for walking and exploring downtown.
Fancy a fancy dinner? Le Petite is French snob food: absolutely delicious... with a price that accurately reflects the fact. Again: delicious!
wonderful, locally sourced, French food. They normally have a Prix Fixe selection available in the early evening; call to find out more.
Great spot where locals go to dine; also has a great pub separate from the main dining room.
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“Great pizza/italian on William St downtown. They cook both standard and Neapolitan style pizzas. Outdoor seating, and has a rooftop bar as well.”
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“Boyhood Home of General Washington. This location offers a visitor center, gardens and archeology. This is where Belle Grove goes to get artifacts identified.”
- 9 íbúar mæla með
“Mexican food in an unpretentious, small restaurant. We love everything they serve, especially their fish tacos and homemade soups. ”
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“Finer dining Italian with indoor/outdoor seating. Good wine list. Located downtown on the main drag”
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Point of Interest
“Retrace some of the history of the Civil War at four battlefields: Fredericksburg, Chancellorsville, The Wilderness and Spotsylvania Court House. During the summer walking tours guided by park historians are available in certain locations. The battlefields are open daily until dusk. Two visitor centers at Chancellorsville and Fredericksburg help interpret the four battlefields with audio-visual presentations and museum exhibits. Maps, brochures and assistance from park historians are available. Open daily from 9 am-5 pm, except January 1, Thanksgiving Day and December 25. Hours expand on spring and fall weekends and daily during the summer. Admission is free, but a fee is charged for the 22 minute film: $2 ages 10-61, $1 ages 62 and above. Please allow 50 minutes for your visit. For complete information from the National Park Service, visit www.nps.gov/frsp.”
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