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Legends Grille

Legends Grille

Legends Grille Is a local family owned American Grille with a sports theme that everyone in the family can enjoy. Come in and enjoy a twist on an American grille in our comfortable and relaxed environment, one that makes you feel right at home.
Jay’s Downtown Sports Lounge

Jay’s Downtown Sports Lounge

Jay’s is not your ordinary sport bar. We are a modern, sleek and state-of-the-art facility that has hosted numerous events. We are committed to community relations and the development of the Fredericksburg area. Jay’s Downtown Sports Lounge is a fun and family...
J. Brian’s Tap Room

J. Brian’s Tap Room

Open since 1994, we are a family-owned gastropub in the heart of Downtown Fredericksburg. We strive to provide a casual and inclusive environment for friends and family to gather to enjoy good company, good drinks, and good food. We deeply believe in being involved in...
Happy Endings Bar and Grill

Happy Endings Bar and Grill

Drop into Happy Endings Bar & Grill for good times and great food. The restaurant is a neighborhood favorite, and offers a casual, friendly dining atmosphere that you and your friends are sure to enjoy.
Buffalo Wild Wings

Buffalo Wild Wings

Wings. Beer. Sports. Multiple Locations: 1638 Carl D. Silver Parkway, Fredericksburg, VA 10107 Southpoint Parkway, Fredericksburg, VA 1050 Stafford Marketplace, Stafford, VA
Capital Ale House

Capital Ale House

Nestled in Historic Downtown Fredericksburg, Capital Ale House is situated in a 200-year-old building set up much like our Downtown Richmond restaurant. The design is respectful of the building’s history, complimenting the old brick, wood beams and pine flooring....
Colonial Tavern Home to the Irish Brigade

Colonial Tavern Home to the Irish Brigade

Traditional Irish fare. Please call and speak with Erin Dougherty or Terri Hubbell for scheduling your next gathering! Our banquet room accommodates up to 50 people and has a separate bar.
Harry’s Alehouse

Harry’s Alehouse

Harry saw a need for a restaurant in West Fred at Harrison Crossing. Since no one else seemed to be stepping up to the plate, he thought, why not me? Being a dog did not deter Harry. He worked hard and put a great group of people together to build a place where...