Abingdon offers a variety of dining experiences from casual to elegant, from light fare to gourmet. 

The Trail Cafe located at 128 Pecan Street in the historic district and near entrance to the Virginia Creeper Trail.  A newly remodeled Cafe with outdoor seating.  This is a great place to start the day - Opens early 7a.m. and services hearty or healthy breakfast with Seattle's Best Coffee.  Lunch is fresh breads with your selection of meats and cheeses and a fun mustard collection.  Decadent desserts ranging from Triple Berry Pie to Margarita or Kaluha Cheesecakes. Open daily 7am-3pm (closed Mondays). Art Gallery for your viewing  pleasure or personal purchase (New Artist monthly) Room for meetings, deliveries can be arranged and special occasion desserts can be ordered.  "Meet Me At The Trail..................................

Withers Hardware Restaurant at 260 West Main is housed in a hardware store built in 1914 by the Withers family.  Today it is a modern restaurant with several dining areas including an al-fresco area and 2 full-service bars, both smoking and non-smoking.  Patrons enjoy a varied selection of entrees plus daily specials and Sunday Brunch.  There is also Karaoke on Thursday and live music on weekends. 

The Dining Room at Abingdon's Martha Washington Inn  is a local tradition because of the truly elegant dining experience and Sunday Brunch.  Because this is a popular spot both before and after the theater, reservations are suggested.

The Starving Artist Cafe at 134 Wall Street is part restaurant offering gourmet sandwiches and part art gallery.  Sandwiches come with colorful and artsy names like "the Pablo Picasso," "the James Joyce," "the Georgia O'Keefe."

The Tavern at 222 East Main is the oldest building in Abingdon (built in 1779) and lovingly restored to welcome hungry visitors as it did in years past.  The atmosphere is casual and relaxed, and the wine and beer list is extensive.  The current owners are German, so expect some German recipes along with American standards.

Bella's Pizza at 872 East Main is a local favorite offering pizza and subs reflecting original Western New York recipes.  They make their own pizza dough, sauces, meatballs, Italian sausage and sub rolls.

The Cafe at Barter Stage II at 110 West Main Street on Barter Green offers sandwiches, salads, desserts, coffees, lattes, and iced drinks.