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Welcome to Cranberry's Grocery & Eatery —
a natural and organic store/café
in the Shenandoah Valley.
We’re right around the corner from the Shakespeare theatre in historic Staunton, Virginia _ a favorite spot for both tourists and locals. We look forward to seeing you soon!
April. Come, she will. And Cranberry's is ready.
Our big news is that we're now open until 7:30 p.m. on Sundays. We literally do hope to see you later.
Also, we'll again be combining Earth Day with Staunton's Bridge Day celebration. Spend $10 anywhere in the Grocery or Eatery on April 25 and get a free Cranberry's Kool Shopping Bag. Then save the Earth by using it everywhere you shop.
Cranberry's is always coming up with ways to help protect our tired ol' planet. We recycle and compost everything we can, and our Eatery has less food waste that most restaurants because our menu is made-to-order fresh. Starting this month, we'll be phasing out plastic bags in favor of paper, but we'd really prefer you to bring in your own bag!
You can also enjoy the Earth by joining us for our 2nd Cranberry's Hike on April 26. Call or email us for more information.
Enjoy the spring!
Joseph, Lester, Heather, Sierra, Rob, Zoe, Kristin, Catherine, Sarah, John, Deiontrae, Jaylan, Jordan, Jen & Jen
"The staff was friendly, the juice tasty, and the building charming."
- Lea Birch, Fayetteville, N.C.
"Many delicious options on unique cafe menu. Lots of 'finds' in the natural food section. Fun gift shopping as well."
- Lou Ann Armstrong, Reston, Va.