The Blue Ridge Grocery Store, opened in 1929, is an old-fashioned country store where you’ll find unique gifts for everyone and every occasion: handcrafted wood cutting boards, wine bottle stoppers, bowls, vases, birdhouses and vintage inspired whirly-gigs. We have antiques, pottery featuring Rappahannock County (handmade especially for Blue Ridge Grocery Store), as well as stunning scenic photography by Jack Sharp. You’ll also find real apple butter and honey produced in Virginia, as well as old fashioned sodas and snacks. Stop by and see us, we’re open on weekends or by appointment.
Family-owned and operated. Small batch artisan roasters offering arabica beans from small farms and cooperatives throughout the world’s coffee belt. Also a place for impromptu picking parties and organized (mostly bluegrass and folk) music on weekends, with a family printmaking studio attached behind the roastery. (See listing for Hughes River Trading Company).
150-year-old country store with groceries, cold drinks, fresh local produce, fresh-cut meats, aged cheeses, excellent beer and wine selection. Local maps. Located in the heart of Sperryville at the intersection of routes 211 and 522.
Grows and sells microgreens to the public and chefs in Northern Virginia.
Off the Grid features healthy, flavorful breakfast/lunch options, reflecting the abundant, seasonal offerings from the surrounding area farms with an emphasis on vegan and vegetarian cuisine. Eat and drink consciously, as every aspect of the business is designed with concern for the environment, including small-scale sustainable farm partnering, net-zero on-site renewable energy production, zero-waste on-site composting, recycling, use of reclaimed material, and eco-friendly packaging plus EV car charging stations.
Route 211 Country Market is a locally owned country store and deli. We offer Hunt’s pizza, deli food, Hersey’s ice cream and plenty of other snacks and household food items. Stop by and enjoy our new patio!