Just a little party in Little Washington

Inn at Little Washington chef and proprietor Patrick O’Connell celebrates on stage at INNstock, a food and music festival that attracted more than 1,000 on Sunday. O’Connell is surrounded by former Inn sous chefs, who returned to cook signature dishes for attendees. Luke Christopher | Rappahannock News
A crowd lined Main Street waiting for admission as the festival opened. Luke Christopher | Rappahannock News
A view from the entrance of the Inn to the INNstock festival Luke Christopher | Rappahannock News
Chef Patrick O’Connell greets longtime patron Dr. Bill Raduchel. Luke Christopher | Rappahannock News
Celebrity chef José Andrés, center, talks with visitors. Luke Christopher | Rappahannock News
Celebrity chef, José Andrés (center) with wife Patricia, daughters, Carlota, Lucia and Inés, with Linden Vineyards proprietor, Jim Law Luke Christopher | Rappahannock News
Former Inn dining employees Irina Son, William Washington, Soma Snakeoil, Rhonda Clemmons and dining director Simon Pound. Luke Christopher | Rappahannock News

Foster Harris House B&B proprietors Klaus and Gisele Peters (chef) enjoy the buffet Luke Christopher | Rappahannock News
Chef Kevin White cooks for the camera Luke Christopher | Rappahannock News
Larry “Bud” Meyer and John Anderson Luke Christopher | Rappahannock News
Chef and proprietor of Sperryville’s Three Blacksmiths John MacPherson and former dining manager Chris Castle Luke Christopher | Rappahannock News
Andy Alexander, Beverly Jones, Cheri and Martin Woodard Luke Christopher | Rappahannock News

Town planning commission member Caroline Anstey, Alice Anderson, and town Vice-Mayor Mary Ann Kuhn Luke Christopher | Rappahannock News
Longtime dining director, Neil O’Heir with sons Conor and Mike Luke Christopher | Rappahannock News
Mark Richards, Valerie Steele and Janis Joplin (Michelle Liviano) Luke Christopher | Rappahannock News
Cher impersonator Steven Andrade belts out a tune Luke Christopher | Rappahannock News

 

 

 

Staff/Contributed
About Staff/Contributed 5365 Articles
The Rappahannock News welcomes contributions from any and all members of the community. Email news and photos to editor@rappnews.com or call us at 540-675-3338.