Fredericksburg Places

TripWhat's travel guide to Fredericksburg; our list of the best things to see, including Carlos O'Kelly's Mexican Cafe, Capital Alehouse and Capital Ale House.
  • The best place in Fredericksburg: Carlos O'Kelly's Mexican Cafe

    Carlos O'Kelly's Mexican Cafe

    2306 Plank
    Longstanding Tex-Mex chain eatery that definitely has more of a local feel due to how long it has been at this location. Opened long before the idea of Central Park was conceived. Bar room features karaoke on a regular basis.
  • Capital Alehouse

    Capital Alehouse

    917 Caroline St
    Offers 62 beers on draught and over 300 bottle beers, as well as wine, mixed drinks, and regional/European food. Casual upscale atmosphere, great for big groups, darts and board games are freely available in back. Lots of weekly specials on food and drink. On Friday nights, they tap a firkin (wooden barrel of beer), it's a great way to enjoy traditional brews.
  • Capital Ale House

    Capital Ale House

    917 Caroline St
    Monday- $2 Burger Night Thursday- Growler Discount Day Sunday- Prime Rib Specials and $1.99 Late Night Appetizers
  • George Washington's Ferry Farm

    268 Kings Highway
    A home of George Washington.
    food nearby
  • Stafford Marketplace

    located near the Garrisonville/Aquia exit on I-95
    It also contains Bed Bath & Beyond, Kohl's and Best Buy, but fewer stores overall. There is also a Wal-Mart nearby.
  • Bistro Bethem

    Bistro Bethem

    309 William St
    Tu-Sa 11:30AM-10PM, Su 11:30AM-9PM. $$$. Southern-themed, family owned bistro. Seafood and wild game specialties and one of the best wine lists in town. Wood stove, heartwood pine bar, and artisan crafted copper fixtures set the mood. Local art and live musicians add the finishing touches, the Tuesday night acoustic shows (with accompanying drink specials) are always well attended.
  • Eileen's Bakery & Cafe'

    Eileen's Bakery & Cafe'

    1115 Caroline St
    Eileen's Bakery & Cafe was awarded "Best Lunch Spot" & "Best Desserts" for 2012 by Fredericksburg Guidebook!
  • The Bavarian Chef

    The Bavarian Chef

    200 Lafayette Blvd
    Find us on foursquare and follow us on twitter @theBavarianChef
  • Hard Times Cafe & Cue

    Hard Times Cafe & Cue

    314 Jefferson Davis Hwy
    Great Food. Good People. Cheap Prices.
  • Lee's Retreat BrewPub

    Lee's Retreat BrewPub

    3300 Dill Smith Dr.
    Fredericksburg's Local Brewery and Brewpub! www.blueandgraybrewingco.com
  • Sammy T's

    801 Caroline St
    Relaxed and casual, specializing in sandwiches and wraps. Lots of vegetarian and vegan options. Large bar with over 75 bottled beers available. Local art and local bands are featured regularly.
  • Olde Towne Steak and Seafood

    1609 Princess Anne St
    Doesn't look like much from outside, but inside you will find wood paneling, a roaring fireplace, and finely dressed wait staff. Known for their generous portions, wide variety of cuts, and surf'n'turf options, this is the place to go if you simply must have an 18 oz. ribeye.
  • The Blarney Stone Public House

    715 Caroline St
    The bright green color scheme overplays the "Irish" theme a bit, but it is actually owned and operated by a local Irish family. If the front dining room is empty, check the back bar room where the real action is. Plenty of Irish beer on tap, pairs well with the fish and chips, shepherd's pie, or corned beef and cabbage. Acoustic musicians are regularly featured in the back.
  • Kenmore Inn Restaurant

    1200 Princess Anne St
    Situated in the basement of the Kenmore Inn bed and breakfast, this restaurant offers a warm, charming atmosphere for fine dining. Whether in the outdoor courtyard or at the copper and mahogany horseshoe bar, you'll enjoy their seasonal menu and excellent wine cellar. Live music featured many nights of the week, including jazz, rock, and bluegrass.
  • The Otter House

    1005 Princess Anne St
    Burgers are king here (try the stuffed ones), made with quality hormone-free beef. Decent vegetarian menu as well. Two levels, downstairs is an open restaurant, upstairs is the music hall. Excellent music stage with a variety of local and regional bands, great dance floor, video games, foosball table, lots of televisions screens for sports viewing. Free wi-fi is available.
  • Blue & Gray Brewing Co.

    3300 Dill Smith Drive
    Fredericksburg's local microbrewery located a mile south of downtown off of US Route 2 in an industrial park. Lee's Retreat is their in-house restaurant, many refillable growlers are available. Free tours of the brewery (including samples) are available from We 2-6PM, Fr 3-8PM, and Sa 10AM-1PM.
  • Allman's Bar-B-Que

    1299 Jefferson Davis Hwy
    Funky old barbecue house right off of US Route 1. Unpretentious, authentic interior down to the hand painted menu on the wall and cutaways to the kitchen. Aside from the obvious menu selection, their onion rings and hamburgers are a nice, greasy treat.
  • KC's Music Alley

    1917 Princess Anne St
    Catering mostly to the metal/punk crowd, KC's is a huge music venue located in a seedier part of town. Plenty of pool tables, poker tournaments, and other bar novelties are featured.
  • Sunken Well Tavern

    720 Littlepage St
    M-F 11AM-9PM, Sa-Su 9AM-9PM. Intimate little restaurant with a classy, yet casual, atmosphere. Standard bar menu, 12 beers on tap and full wine list. Local bluegrass performances featured weekly.
  • Hyperion Espresso

    301 William St
    Perhaps the most popular coffee shop in the city. Local hang out and meeting place, you'll find everyone from college students to politicians catching up on the latest gossip. The coffee is addictively good and priced comparable to national chains, light fare like pastries and muffins are also available. Free wi-fi is available.
  • La Petite Auberge

    311 William St
    Classic French cuisine served by smartly dressed staff. Many dining setting options, including outdoors and in the eclectic bar room. If you're on a budget, check out their "Early Menu" special, a four-course meal for $23 (served Monday through Thursday, 5:30-7PM).
  • Brock's

    503 Sophia St
    Rather fancy dining by day, full scale bar scene at night. Another local hang out full of mini-reunions, especially in the summer when the spacious outdoor deck is open and the DJ is spinning.
  • Jake and Mike's

    806 William St
    Seafood and steaks in a cozy atmosphere with many fusion-style dishes. A bit pricy, but the food is excellent and the service is very nice.
  • Kybecca Wine Bar

    400 William St
    Mo-Th 5PM-11PM, Fr-Sa 3PM-midnight, Su 11AM–8PM. Brilliant wine selection, bottled craft brews, inventive tapas menu, modern stylish atmosphere, plenty of outdoor dining (including misters for when it's hot and heaters for when it's cold). Local art exhibitions are featured monthly. One unique draw: their Enomatic wine dispenser. This self-serve machine allows you to sample very expensive wines for a few bucks a pop.
  • Colonial Tavern

    406 Lafayette Blvd
    Irish-themed pub, regularly features karaoke and live music, sometimes features touring acts.
  • Buttercream Bakehouse,LLC

    Buttercream Bakehouse,LLC

    110 riggs road
    custom cake and dessert company and Baking Blog with easy recipes and tutorials for baking like a pro and throwing fabulous parties. Subscribe today at www.buttercream-bakehouse.com
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