Nate’s Trick Dog Cafe is a wonderful little restaurant full of music and laughter and extraordinary food located in the quaint watertown of Irvington, Virginia. It has been called the “best place to eat on the Northern Neck,” and whether that is true or not we are proud to be seen in that light.
“Fine dining in Irvington is limited to one place, the new Trick Dog Cafe.” – Washington Flyer Magazine
The Local is THE place in the Northern Neck to gather for great coffee, delicious food, and the “Local Buzz.” With seating for 30 inside and a delightfully landscaped dining patio, The Local can accommodate you with gracious hospitality and a commitment to quality products with an emphasis on customer satisfaction. Early mornings bring the aromas of freshly baked muffins and locally roasted organic coffee, along with daily deliveries of local and regional newspapers. The Local enjoys a lively lunch crowd, where quick service will get you back to work on time, or you can while away the afternoon under an umbrella with a glass of wine.
“Wonderful homemade soups and sandwiches with local character” – Trip Advisor regarding The Local
Treat yourself to our exquisite Chesapeake Bay inn’s dining at the Hope and Glory Inn. Although our Inn keeps good company with many award-winning restaurants, we believe our Chef Anne Kirkmyer is better and our guests agree. She prepares delicious meals throughout the year. Reservations are required to be made as far as in advance as possible. Please check our calendar to view the next time to visit our Irvington inn for a memorable dining experience.
“The Hope and Glory likes to advertise itself as one of the most romantic inns in the country,” …“that seems hard to quarrel with, but the description hardly does it justice.” – The New York Times
“Top Resorts in the Continental U.S.” – Travel + Leisure World’s Best Awards, 2013 regarding The Tides Inn
Sample all of our culinary options–each one distinct among Irvington, Virginia restaurants for enjoying authentic regional cuisine.
The multi-tiered layout of the Chesapeake Club and East Room accommodates various parties of guests while preserving a serene atmosphere for those who want a quieter, more intimate dining experience. As you enjoy views of the Tides Marina and Carters Creek, savor regional American cuisine featuring the bounty of the Chesapeake Bay and Northern Neck. Both restaurants offer a wine list which has been awarded the Wine Spectator’s Award of Excellence list.
Along the water near the pool relax with a lunch at Commodores and don’t miss the fun atmosphere at the Golden Eagle Grill.