A new popular dining spot in Warrenton, Virginia, Bistro on the Hill, offers good food, a great view, and musical accompaniment by a retired piano player. It’s also the cafeteria of Fauquier Hospital.
“We believe that food is nurturing,” says Zach Erickson, Fauquier’s director of nutrition services. A trained chef, he and his staff go to a lot of trouble to keep the meals as healthy as possible.
A “culinary healing garden” just outside the Bistro provides fresh produce, which is supplemented by locally grown fruits and vegetables. Salad dressings are made from scratch, and contain no artificial ingredients or hydrogenated oils.
And the cost is affordable; meals on senior nights are just $4.50 a plate. And diners interviewed give the food and the service two thumbs up.
All we do for others should be given our best effort, and provide the best to those we serve.
You shall eat in plenty and be satisfied, and praise the name of the Lord. (Joel 2:26)
Bless us, O Lord, and all the gifts we receive from Your generous bounty.