Little Washington, Rappahannock County, Va., "America's Tuscany"
* All Gallery photos by John McCaslin
Rappahannock County Farms to Tula's Tables—in minutes! (aka Farm to Table)
Scrumptious "Blue Plate Specials" are served every Monday all winter
Tula's features daily Market Fish specials, only with the freshest seafood!
Rappahannock County artist Nancy Keyser paints Tula's in beautiful watercolors
Our pastries, pickles, and relishes are all homemade
Seared Scallops for an entree is always a treat!
Minutes from Tula's is Little Devil Stairs hiking trail — here in October 2016
Chef's spontaneous artistic creation
Halloween is spooky on Tula's Psycho-streaming, fog-smoking, bonfire-lit patio
Homemade cheese cake makes any occasion flavorful at Tula's
When nature calls you will pass through Tula's very cool forest mural painted by artist extraordinaire Linda Heimstra
Kenny Sullivan's Rappahannock Flyer whisks visitors and locals alike to art galleries, wineries—and Tula's, of course
Only in Little Washington
Skyline Drive, a few miles as a crow flies from Tula's
Autumn's glory off Tula's patio
Esteemed political satirist Mark Russell thanks those who came out to his sold-out 2016 show from the Big Washington, the Little Washington, "and Tula's"
Tula's heated patio on a crisp mountain evening
Our Blackened Shrimp 'n' Grits Appetizer: a southern favorite!
Your bar table awaits in Tula's beautiful brick and wood bar . . .
After dinner take an evening stroll around the village of Little Washington and view the festive lights and decorations, decking two homes above
Piping-hot and healthy foods and soups from our kitchen to your cozy table—or bar seat!
Tula's offers daily meat and/or seafood specials
Locally sourced farm to table
Tula's specialty lemonade
Homemade apple cobbler
Seared duck breast
Book your special occasion at Tula's
Tango to Tula's
Lightly-grilled watermelon, a summertime favorite
Baked Alaska and a special retirement
No better place for live music than at Tula's
Rappahannock County's local colors
Resurrecting the drive-in movie — so to speak
Come and claim your umbrella
Out back of Tula's — Main Street, Little Washington, rush hour
Opening night reception for the 2016 Film Festival at Little Washington
Keyser Run a few thousand feet above Tula's (ask John McCaslin about his favorite hikes within minutes of Tula's)
Behold the Blue Ridge: They don't call Rappahannock County "America's Tuscany" for nothing
US Marine Corps' 241st Birthday Celebration at Tula's on Nov. 10, 2016. Thank you for your service!
Tula's is one of Charleston Living's 8 Fall Getaways for 2016. And check out the recent Food & Wine magazine review about Tula's
This 2016 blizzard closed Tula's patio, but the bar was rockin'
Tula's kitchen shines (no deep fryer found in this restaurant)
Tula's festive patio in December
The annual bonfire outside Tula's dining room windows
Fresh from our holiday oven (our chocolate chip cookies rock)
Mary, er, Kerry has a little lamb — at nearby Mt. Vernon Farm
Hop & Wine delivers an entirely new landscape to Tula's patio
"Buffalo Bob" Tagert, publisher of the widely read Old Town Crier
Locally-distilled Wasmund's Whiskey awaits sipping at Tula's
You never know what creation you will see in the town square next to Tula's
Tula's was the stop for Audi motors and 50 of the nation's top automotive writers
Black bears are sighted daily in these parts . . .