Shops and restaurants in downtown Staunton resume April 1

STAUNTON, Va. (WHSV) – He’s back by popular demand. The City of Staunton and the Staunton Downtown Development Association will resume Shop and Dine Out in Downtown on weekends beginning Friday, April 1, providing residents and visitors with additional opportunities to shop and dine al fresco on weekends. end.

The announcement comes after city and SDDA officials reviewed the results of a poll given to companies as well as residents and visitors regarding the event.

Beverley Street will close on Friday at 4 p.m. and will remain closed until Monday morning at 7.30 a.m. every weekend until October.

Cross streets will remain open and on some bank holiday weekends, closures will be extended until Tuesday at 7:30 a.m. Special events may also require adjustments to the regular schedule. Changes will be announced on website.

Participants can view a map of the region with free and accessible parking, pedestrian walkways and demarcated restaurant take-out/pick-up outlets.

The website also features shops and restaurants outside the Beverley Street area to highlight additional local offerings and encourage customers to visit Staunton vendors.

Restaurants participating in Beverley Street Al fresco dining include Baja Bean Co., BLU Point Seafood Co., Clocktower Eats & Sweets, Remedy Burger, Shenandoah Pizza & Taphouse, Shenandoah Valley Brewing Co., The Green Room, The Split Banana, Vic’s Eats, Yelping Dog Wine and Zynodoa.

Although all retailers are open during their regular hours, some may additionally offer an outdoor display of their products.

City officials encourage interested customers to check the websites and social media pages of their favorite establishments to learn more about their participation in Shop and Dine Out in Downtown.

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David H. Henry