Winchester Historic Buildings – The Hoover Home

Winchester Historic Buildings – The Hoover Home As one cruises along South Cameron Street in the Historic District of Winchester, Virginia, you may pass by 422 South Cameron Street, the site of The Hoover Home.  From the writings of William Greenway Russell from...

Tour Photo Thursday – Two Additional Restaurants Join the Tour!

Anthony and Misty are pleased to announce two additional restaurants have partnered up to be a part of the Taste Winchester History Food Tour and be part of the regular rotation!  So maybe this edition should be called “Tour Logo Thursday.” Sexi Mexi...

Weird Food Wednesday – Century Egg

Weird Food Wednesday – Century Egg All righty then… it’s neither a century nor a millennium old, but this egg is pretty rotten from our perspective (another one that has not yet included a taste test, to be entirely truthful, maybe with enough feedback...

Tasting Tuesday – Winchester on the Rocks at Sexi Mexi!

For Tasting Tuesday, January 15th, 2019, the Taste Winchester History Food Tour offers you a segment featuring the Winchester On The Rocks Week!  Our stop today is at Sexi Mexi on Piccadillly Street. Winchester on the Rocks is running this year from January 13th...

Winchester Historic Buildings – The Orrick House

Historic Buildings of Winchester – The Orrick House. In 1744, Lord Fairfax conveyed 1300 acres of land to Colonel James Wood that would ultimately become what we know as Downtown Winchester, and it started as three streets and 26 half-acre parcels of land....

Tour Photos Thursday – Giant Pizza

Tour Photo Thursday! We bring you PIZZA! And not just any old regular pizza, but the specialty pizzas provided by Benny Meleto’s!!! Benny Meleto’s is one of our partners on the Taste Winchester History Food Tour and they have an ever-changing rotation of...