Things To Do In Staunton


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  • AVA Restaurant and Wine Bar
    When they craft their seasonal menu, the cooks at AVA Restaurant and Wine Bar aren't looking to impress diners with unfamiliar dishes. Instead, they wow taste buds with rich, robust flavors, roasted duck breast to meatloaf kicked up a notch by chipotle cream sauce. For vegan and vegetarian visitors, AVA's culinary team draws on organic and local fruits, veggies, and grains to create meals such as vegan chicken and waffles. Meatless or not, each feast can be accompanied by pours from an award-winning wine list curated by the eatery's onsite sommelier. Bartenders also serve plenty of beer, as well as custom, exotic tea blends.
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    103 West Beverley Street
    Staunton, VA US
  • Chili's
    Chili's is serving up American favorites with a tasty tweak. When you're ready to pig out, Chili's is ready to serve you the scrumptious food you're craving. Complement your meal with a beer or wine from Chili's' delightful drink menu. Happy hour at Chili's is filled with deals and steals. Gather up your friends, coworkers or family members and head to Chili's for a group meal. Bring the Chili's' great food to your place. Or, take your grub to go. null Prices at Chili's are moderate — most diners plunk down about $30 per meal.
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    1025 Richmond Ave
    Staunton, VA US
  • The Homestead -
    Ranked 12th in Travel + Leisure's World's Best Family Hotels and Cruises, The Homestead has been pampering guests—including 22 U.S. presidents—with an assortment of leisurely activities since its pre-Revolutionary War construction in 1766. This Groupon includes one night of well-appointed slumber for up to two guests in one of the historic resort's luxurious classic rooms, featuring down pillows, featherbeds, and midnight golf tips from the ghosts of former boarders. The sun porches and authentic fireplaces in some rooms reflect influences of quieter times, whereas WiFi and flat-screen TVs keep guests technologically apprised of happenings in the outside world. Honk your golf cart's horn in triumph after launching a dimply ball off the nation's oldest first tee in continuous use at the Old Course (an extra round of golf may be purchased for $35). The hilly, par 72 course was originally completed in 1892 but has received fairway contouring and silicone calf implants to keep golfers on their toes. Patrons allergic to grass or 9 irons can partake in a slew of indoor excursions, such as complimentary afternoon tea in the Great Hall, free film showings in the historic theater, and spirited rounds of sphere hurling at the on-site bowling center.
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    7696 Sam Snead Hwy
    Hot Springs, VA US
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