Tim’s at Lake Anna, one of the Tim’s Rivershore family of restaurants, offers beautiful water views, traditional American fare, home-cooked seafood, and outstanding service. It is open all year with both indoor and outdoor seating. They are closed on Wednesdays. Find them on the Boardwalk at Lake Anna at 300 Boardwalk Way in Mineral.
Anna Cabana offers delicious food with a stunning view of the lake. There is indoor and outdoor seating where you can see some of the most beautiful sunsets in Virginia. There are fire pits and Adirondack chairs where you can relax while you watch a game of cornhole or just sip a delicious cocktail. They offer breakfast, lunch and dinner, located at 4227 Boggs Drive in Bumpass.
Looking for delicious Caribbean food? Lake Anna Hideaway is the place for you. The chef has many years of experience combining the best Caribbean flavors and the staff works to make the experience exciting for you. You can find them at 5152 Courthouse Road in Spotsylvania.
Callie Opies Orchard Restaurant offers farm-to-table dining with a seasonally inspired menu with Mediterranean specialties. They use the freshest local beef, chicken, pork, lamb, and vegetables. There is indoor and outdoor seating as well as a barn used for special events. They are located at 4533 Zachary Taylor Highway, Mineral.
Lake Anna Winery follows that motto that there is no perfect wine for all situations, only perfect times for the wine. The winery’s founding began with a business trip to France when Bill Heidig noticed that the climate and soil conditions in a wine country area in that country were very similar to the soil on his farm in Spotsylvania farm and realized it may be possible to create wines in Virginia. Today, the winery offers its award-winning wines. You can enjoy a tasting, a glass, or a bottle in their tasting room with beautiful views of the vineyards. The winery is located at 5621 Courthouse Road in Spotsylvania.
In 1988, Chuck and Jeanette Miller, descendants of relatives with a strong history of moonshining, had a dream to keep the family legacy alive. That was how Belmont Farm Distillery was born on their Culpeper farm. It is the first craft whiskey distillery in the United States when Chuck began producing “Virginia Lighting,” a fresh, clear corn whiskey. The distillery was featured on the Discovery Channel show Moonlighters. Find them at 13490 Cedar Run Road in Culpeper.
A Native American winery, Mattaponi Winery is family-owned and has a passion for making a variety of outstanding wines for two decades. The log cabin was built by family and friends for a Christmas tree farm which is still in operation. Mike Evans, the wine master has extensive knowledge of wine and Janette Evans, the founder of the winery, donates the proceeds of some of the wines sold to various charitable organizations. Find them at 7530 Morris Road in Spotsylvania.