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Traveling the two Virginias: Bella Casa

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One restaurant in Downtown Lewisberg offers more than just great cuisine, it gives visitors the chance to step back in time.

Jennifer Shrewsberry the manager at Bella Casa said, "This restaurant is actually one of the most unique places to dine in Lewisberg because of the atmosphere."

Bella Casa, is located in a historic home estimated to be built in 1785, allows give diners a taste of history.  "Pretty much everything in here is original."

Quality materials, and the current owners respect for history help create a charming atmosphere.  "You can actually see some of the distinguishing marks (here) on the wall where they used the candlelight for light."

An array of pastas, steaks, and seafood fill the menu, and customers say the classics are unbeatable.

Terry Gunnoe a customer at Bella Casa said ate the "The spaghetti and meatballs. 'and what did you think about it?' It was very good!"

Christina Gunnoe adds, "I think it's really the best Italian dish that I've had."

Shrewsberrry says, "We are here to pamper you, we are here to make a nice experience for you."  It's that attention to detail, and historic value, that seem to be just the right recipe for success.

Terry Gunnoe commented, "I will come back."

 

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