424 E. Ridgeway St, Clifton Forge Virginia 24422
540-862-4119 Fax 540-862-0155
Opened in 1979 and considered one of the best-kept secrets of the Alleghany Highlands, Michel Café specializes in French and American cuisine prepared by chef and owner, Michel Galand. The freestanding building with a dry-vit façade, generous parking and beautiful views of downtown Lexington offers an interior look of Café Michel and strives to remain casual, comfortable, but elegant. The menu features seafood, beef, poultry, and pasta entrees. Cooking classes are also available and there is a private party room which accommodates up to 70 people.
Other Restaurants, Cafes, Delis, Bakeries nearby:
(Covington) Eagle Nest Restaurant
(Staunton) Edelweiss Restaurant
(Lynchburg) Gaetano's Italian Cafe
(Lewisburg) General Lewis Inn and Restaurant
(Lynchburg) Isabella's Italian Trattoria
(Lynchburg) Meriwether's Casual Gourmet Restaurant
07/21 Coming to The Clifton Forge area
West Virginia Strawberry Festival Buckhannon WV May15-19 The Festival is a unique, traditional celebration to promote the strawberry harvest. Enthusiastic volunteers provide good, family style entertainment that offers exciting educational and cultural events for everyone.
Shenandoah Valley Bach Festival Harrisonburg VA June9-16 The Shenandoah Valley Bach Festival is a week-long summer music festival devoted to promoting an appreciation and understanding of the music of Bach and a featured composer, country, era or people.
Appalachian Festival Beckley WV August23-25 The 17th Annual Appalachian Festival is three big days packed with arts, crafts, entertainment, music, food and fun!
Golden Delicious Festival Clay WV August30-September1 The Golden Delicious is the State Fruit of West Virginia. Clay County is the birthplace of the golden delicious. Antique Car Show, Art Auction Baking Contest,
5K Run/Walk, Golf Tournament.
West Virginia Italian Heritage Festival Clarksburg WV August30-September1 A special children's area and stage has been added to entertain the smaller children during the entire Festival, from Happy the Clown to magicians and music.