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Operating Hours


Wednesday - Thursday 5pm - 8pm

Friday - Saturday 4pm - 9pm


Sunday All Day 11am - 7pm

Whats Going On

We will be hosting a wide variety of events and functions throughout the year so keep an eye on our "Facebook" Page to stay up to date.

Our culinary philosophy of contemporary Southern American food is influenced by Major Samuel Scott’s preference for preparing fresh table fare at every meal for his family and guests.  His love for gardening and utilizing the freshest seasonal offerings at the daily dinner table was evident of the tremendous variety of fresh sustainable vegetables and fruits grown in his gardens of Locust Thicket.  Drawing inspiration from our very own garden plantings, along with seasonal availability from local farms and regionally sourced products to create our fresh home style menu which features fresh baked breads, smoked pork barbeque, beef brisket, tasty chicken with roasted vegetables from our historic wood-fired stone hearth oven and smoker along with our traditional every changing Southern Style sides and buttermilk biscuits!  Ice Tea/Lemonade and Desserts are included. 

Feel free to join us in our fresh philosophy with a fabulous meal and a stroll through our gardens to enjoy the aromas of over 100 varieties of herbs, vegetables, fruits and flowers.  We proudly source our products from local and regional farms, wineries, breweries and suppliers including: the local farmers markets, Edward’s Virginia ham, Carolina Mountain Trout, 1855 Black Angus Beef; Barboursville & Horton wineries; Starr Hill, Devil’s Backbone & Apocalypse Ale Works breweries.  We trust you will enjoy our Southern cuisine, service and hospitality with many enjoyable visits!




The Stone Hearth & Manor House Kitchen Team…


                                           …delivering a refreshingly unexpected Family Style dining experience!


Always cook with love!  Chef Jim

Our Menu

Contact Us/Make A Reservation

We kindly welcome you to enjoy our food, beverage & hospitality! Feel free to explore the gardens and grounds of
Locust Thicket Historical Precinct during your visit.

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