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Page County - Our FOOD Community

Our rural location lends to the seasonal ingredients selected for many of the dishes offered in our local restaurants. Appetites are satisfied by diner food, "mom and pop" menu specialities, fine dining multiple courses, pub eats, dessert treats and so much more. Page County's culinary palette with surprise you.

Experience it today!

Photo - Farm to Table Dinner - The Mimslyn Inn’s Circa ‘31


from morning to night 


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Page County is home to some of Virginia's most famous attractions  - Luray Caverns, Shenandoah National Park and the Shenandoah River. Three distinct towns support these major landmarks with restaurants, eateries, shops and downtown events. The towns of Luray, Stanley and Shenandoah enjoy being the epicenter of activity and you can to get to them by traveling over the river and through the woods on rural roads like US 340 or scenic bylaws like Skyline Drive.  Once you arrive - they will feed you, offer you a place to stay and entertain you! If you live here, even better as your road trip to dinner is never the same and always beautiful. 

Page County offers a variety of food stops to include fine dining, fast causal, cafes, delis, diners, and pubs cooking up Mexican, Italian, southern comfort, sandwiches, burgers, dogs, BBQ, fusion, Chinese and so much more. Even sweet treats to include ice cream, PIE, doughnuts can be found in every location. Here is what people are saying about the food in Page County: "Absolutely fantastic BBQ!" • "Many different sandwiches to choose. A local must." • "Good Down Home Country Cooking - Local Gem and hangout." • " Food is always delish and I so appreciate having this establishment in our hometown!" 😃

Photos: West Main Market/Main Street Luray + Flotzie’s/Luray + Box Car Deli/ Shenandoah + Hawksbill Brewery/Luray



March 17-23, 2019


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Our Kitchens- Featured Chefs

John Moss


Trained in French Classical and American Regional styles - “exposure to the international flavors and techniques of preparing food in Panama enhanced the styles and tastes of my Grandmother’s cooking.”

“My culinary style evolved from both of these powerful influences into a rustic blend of international cuisines that use unique ingredients sourced locally when possible.”

Chuck Arnaud

Main Street Bakery

Path as a chef - “to bring together seasonality and the bounty of the agrarian community in which we live, and I bake because it gives me solace and an outlet for creativity.”

“Please stop in and ask for specials. Our menu is locally sourced and seasonally appropriate. We cook from scratch and enjoy the company of our guests.”

Benjamin Ramos

Camino Real Mexican Restaurant

Since 1986, Benjamin Ramos has been preparing authentic recipes handed down by his mother.

Chis Harris

The Mimslyn Inn

Chef’s style is southern food with a French twist.

A graduate from JMU, Johnson and Wales culinary school in Charlotte, NC - Chris graduated near the top in his class. Chris worked an apprenticeship in London and then started his career in Luray in 2007 as Sous Chef. He was quickly promoted to Executive Chef. Chris has a wealth of experience in both fine and casual restaurants. 

Jerry Pruto

Gennaro’s Italian Restaurant

Gennaro Pruto, a native to Naples, Italy moved to Luray in 1990. He brought the first Italian restaurants to Page County - opening Giuseppe's in 1989 and then Gennaro’s Italian Restaurant in 1990 and has continued to serve true Italian style meals to his customers since opening.

Bill Isenburg

West Main Market

Our goal is to provide the community and our guests with an exciting menu featuring freshly-prepared foods. 

Leigh, Karen, Jacobb, Danika, Alex, Wes and Melanie!

Gathering Grounds

Although our "chefs" do not posses an actual culinary degree, what they DO posses is creativity, unsurpassed kitchen skills, dedication, and drive. Combine this with over 20 collective years of experience in a successful restaurant environment and you have the skills to create dishes that are not only pleasing to the palate but also pleasing to the eye.  “We've had more luck finding amazing people with great attitudes and teaching them how to cook or serve, than finding someone with the greatest resume in the world and trying to adapt them.” That being said, we are pleased to introduce you to Leigh, Karen, Jacobb, Danika, Alex, Wes and Melanie!


Photos: Momma Mia’s - Shenandoah + Rudy’s Diner - Shenandoah