Virgin Countess

The Virgin Countess Inn is a ‘not-for-profit’ venture, sponsored by the Barony of Three Mountains SCA Inc., that is dedicated to providing quality, hand crafted meals at astoundingly reasonable prices.  It is the intent of these dedicated, hard-working volunteers that everyone at the event has a good time, and they appreciate your patience and respect as they endeavor to achieve that through good food and good company.
The Virgin Countess is operating as part of the event, and all proceeds will go to Sport of Kings and the Barony of Three Mountains.
Mangia! Mangia!

Please Note:   We do not post the cost of the meals or the exact meal offerings the Virgin Countess will have before the event.  The prices and content of the meals are too dependent on the price and availability of the ingredients at the time of the event to realistically predict them months in advance for the website.


Below is a menu from a past year and is subject to change without notice.
Thursday eve: Bread, Cabbage Soup, Garbanzo Bean
Friday morn: Egg and Cheese Croissant, Oatmeal, Breakfast Sausage,Gingerbread with jam and butter, Kasha and fresh doughnuts.
Friday noon: Russian Lunch Buffet, Pea Salad in Pita, Caucasian Sausage with bread, Cabbage Soup, Lemon Lentil Soup, Garbanzo Bean Salad, Cheezy goodness and afternoon snacks.
Friday eve: Pomegranate Chicken, Roasted Beef Po-Russki, Kashal Pilaf,Braised Cabbage and Onions, Lemon Lentil Soup, Cabbage Soup, Garbanzo Bean Salad.
Saturday morn: Egg and Cheese Croissant, Breakfast Sausage, Jook, Oatmeal,Banana Rolls.
Saturday noon: Queen of Heaven’s Buffet, Spring rolls, “Pot Sticker” Sausage with bread, “the soups”, cheezy goodness.
Saturday eve: Chicken cooked with fragrant spices, BBQ Pork, Pan Fried Noodles, Grilled Chinese Broccoli, Brown Rice, soup.
Sunday morn: Egg and Cheese Croissant, Oatmeal, Breakfast Sausage, fresh doughnut.
Sunday noon: leftover buffet and afternoon snacks


The Inn started from humble beginnings as a “tavern” for a local demo and later became known as “The Virgin Countess” since it is “one of a kind”. The staff of the VC volunteers their time and expertise, some for more than 20 years.

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