A good Rappahannock read

Check out restaurant reviewer (and longtime weekender) Walter Nicholls’ amiable and informed hike though Sperryville’s hotspots in his piece in the May-June Bethesda magazine, which includes most of the best things visitors can do around the village, plus some less-well-known facts — including the spot where Patrick O’Connell started a homegrown catering business before he moved a few miles north and opened the Inn at Little Washington.

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Former Rappahannock News editor Roger Piantadosi is a writer and works on web and video projects for Rappahannock Media and his own Synergist Media company. Before joining the News in 2009, he was a staff writer, editor and web developer at The Washington Post for almost 30 years.

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  1. Mr. Nicholls mentioned some of the best Sperryville has to offer. However, he missed all of the great shops at the School House that includes Monkey Business, Coterie, Beans, and Knit Wit. All of which are wonderful assets to Sperryville, offering antiques, gifts, local artist works, kitchenware, Fair Trade clothing and gifts, and fiber which includes locally produced and dyed yarns from several farms and local producers in Rappahannock and surrounding counties. There are many more shops, wineries, and restaurants so check out the Rappahannock Visitors Guide for a full listing.

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