Wedding Update
It is with great sadness that we've decided to postpone our wedding celebration to 2021. While this was a heartbreaking decision, health and safety is our highest priority. We are planning to move forward with our marriage on August 1 with our families and wedding party, and hope to celebrate with you next year!
Megan Fricke & Will Douthat

Megan Fricke

and

Will Douthat

Things To Do

Activities


Hiking & Time in the Shenandoah Valley

Found in the middle of the beautiful Shenandoah Valley, Lexington offers plenty to explore. If you're looking for a hike, try House Mountain or Devil's Marbleyard. The Chessie Trail will take you for a flat walk along Lexington's Maury River.

Visit Natural Bridge to see the natural arch formation and walk around the national historic landmark.

Breweries

Check out Brew Ridge Taps (right in town), Devils Backbone or Great Valley Brewery to try some local beers.

Washington & Lee and Virginia Military Campus

Take a walk through the two historic campuses that are important to us and our families. To learn more about the history of each, visit the Lee Chapel Museum on W&L's campus or the VMI Museum.

Our Fave Bites


Breakfast:

Pure Eats

Known for their doughnuts and breakfast sandwiches

Lexington Coffee Shop (LexCo)

Located on W Washington St., this coffee shop is popular among Lexington locals and opens early


Found on W&L's campus but closed on Saturday's, be sure to get a bagel and smoothie here on your way out of town on Sunday

Lunch:

Pronto

Perfect for sandwiches, salads and a little afternoon gelato

Salerno

Offers craft beers, wood-fired pizzas, pasta and salads

Dinner (or a heavy lunch):

Taps

Be sure to try the Taps Burger!


We love their Fried Chicken and Blackened Chicken Penne Pasta - can't be beat!


Located right on main street, Bistro is known well for their beer bread and has a wide range of food

Carrie ONeal