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Any winery restaurant recommendations for Central Virginia?

We'll be vacationing at Massanutten in late March - already have lunch reservations at the Palladio restaurant in Barboursville Winery. Does anybody have an additional recommendation for a lunch or dinner at a winery restaurant in that general vicinity?

It would be nice if we had somewhere we could meet DD & SIL for dinner. They live a ways away (closer to Manassas), so it would be great to find something somewhere in between.

At one time, Prince Michel had a restaurant; but after it changed hands, that changed. Barboursville is the only one that comes to mind for me...

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