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Thursday, November 7, 2013

Artisans Grill

2 East Main Street
Luray, Virginia 22835


After years of searching for a decent place for lunch near Luray caverns in beautiful Shenandoah Valley, we are glad to report that we found it!  ArtisansGrill is a low-key sandwich place with two dining floors where wait staff rush around to accommodate the constant buzz of customers. This is a popular destination on the otherwise desolate (at least it was desolate Saturday afternoon) old-city intersection of Main and Broad Streets, about a 3-minute drive from the caverns.  Prices are cheap, for us Washington metro area dwellers, and the sandwiches are just the perfect size, especially for those who worked up an appetite at the hour-long tour of the magnificent Luray caverns.  My friend and I both ordered turkey sandwiches that came with a reasonable assortment of toppings and sides.  Parking was pretty easy to find, again a novelty for visitors from the DC metro area.  For those who are interested, they serve a nice variety of Virginia wine.  While Artisans Grill offers nothing fancy or out of the ordinary in terms of cuisine or ambience, it is a good wholesome diner that hits the spot.

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