5Meat eaters line up for the prime rib served in this dark unpretentious spot with an old-school feel. Be ready to step back in time when the cheesey food arrives with the bread stix and the lettuce...
This town's oldest fine dining establishment offering intimate dining upstairs (now on a fancy rear patio) and a downstairs pub. The eclectic menu shows French Provincial American Southwest and Pacific Rim influences.
December 2010: The C&O: a friendly port in a stormy world
The C&O Restaurant has provided exceptional dining in an unexpectedly charming setting since 1976. Under the ownership of David Simpson, the C&O expanded into six dining areas with their own unique appeal.
The C&O has maintained the highest standards of quality and intimacy throughout its expansion, and continues to reap accolades for its menu, wine list, and service.
âI can confidently assure you that not since Jefferson was serving imported vegetables and the first ice cream at Monticello has there been more innovative cooking in those parts that at the C&O Restaurant.â
-William Rice, Editor-in-Chief, FOOD AND WINE MAGAZINE