137 S Main St Ste 103, Culpeper VA 22701 - (540)321-4510 Reserve Now

Restaurant Vision

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Our Vision

 

Our vision at Flavor on Main is not only to offer an amazing dining experience in Culpeper but to give our guests an indulging experience in a whole package. Whether it’s a relaxing dinner, drinks with friends, or a weekend getaway, our vision for Flavor on Main is to provide our guests a truly amazing experience every time: wonderful food, unparalleled ambiance, creative cocktails, vibrant social atmosphere, and an up-scale, modern on-site hotel.

 

New Additions

 

Flavor On Main offers two new private dining rooms adjoining Flavor on Main for up to 80 guests. These beautiful dining rooms with an elaborate detail of the 1920’s & 30’s are the perfect choice for rehearsal dinners, private business dining, holiday parties, private parties, or an intimate family get together. Our adjoining event center: Culpeper Center, is a state of the art banquet and conference facility providing a dazzling venue for weddings, business events, personal parties and receptions for up to 300 guests.

 

“Flavor on Main is bringing the enlightened age of the 20th century into the present”

 

Theme

 

We have themed specialty cocktails and drinks popular during Prohibition, including the Bees Knees and Gin Rickey. One can tip their hat to the 1920s at our exciting U-shaped bar with solid walnut top and decorated stamped tin framed panel front. At Flavor on Main, one is sure to experience the nostalgic feeling of America’s most extraordinary and glamorous era!

Our 80-seat Restaurant in Culpeper continues the Art Deco theme used in the building’s Culpeper Center banquet hall and conference center. There are framed photos of Jazz Age stars over the button-tufted banquettes, hand painted tin ceilings, custom walnut tables and an open kitchen that our customers can view through an etched, smoked glass panel.

 

Redefining Decadence

 

It’s a funny thing, but when we think of Prohibition – America’s ill-fated attempt to ban alcohol in the 1920s and early 30s – we end up picturing a drinking culture more decadent than in any other period of history.

Underground parties and bootlegged spirits lent drinking an edge of danger and excitement that was infectious. Parties could be broken up at any moment by the police, while bars created elaborate ways to hide their wheelings and dealings – from hidden doors to secret passwords. Drenched in alcohol, floating rounds of cocktails and elaborate glitzy parties, the roaring 20’s was definitely an era of its own.