Sheridan Livery Inn

35 North Main Street
Lexington Virginia
Phone: 540-464-1887

Lunch & Dinner 
Seven Days a week

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    The building that is now The Sheridan Livery Inn and Restaurant originally opened in 1887 as John Sheridan’s stable and carriage service.  John Sheridan was an Irish immigrant who became a prominent and respected Lexington businessman-- the Sheridan name remains on several businesses and buildings in the town.  With the rise of the automobile in the early 1900s, demand for Sheridan’s stable and carriage service declined and he eventually sold the building.  In the following years,  the Sheridan building became Rockbridge Steam Laundry and then later the Old Main Street Indoor Mall.  
        In 1994, the building once again changed owners and functions when Ugo and Gina Benincasa purchased the property.  In 1997, after extensive restoration and renovations,  the Benincasas opened The Sheridan Livery Inn and Restaurant.  Ten years later, in April 2007,  The Sheridan Livery became a family business when Ugo and Gina’s son, Francesco, and his wife, Meridith, became partners in the business.
    Come and enjoy lunch or dinner in our dining room or plan a stay at our inn during your next trip to Historic Lexington.  We hope to see you soon.

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