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Roanoke is a small city in the south of Virginia. Originally known as the town of Big Lick, the city was renamed in 1882 after growing with the development of the Great Wagon road. Today, the city is famed for its slower pace of life and beautiful scenery, particularly the copper foliage during the fall. In addition to a host of museums, the city boasts a strong restaurant scene. Here are the 10 best.
Fork in the Alley is a nice, friendly, local joint situated in the heart of Roanoke. Serving typical American fare, including hot dogs, burgers and pizza, this joint is also well known for its friendly staff and atmosphere. Fork in the Alley offers regular deals to entice customers. There are a number of ready-made burgers, such as the Cajun blue with bacon and blue cheese mayonnaise, but Fork in the Alley also allows customers to fully customize their burgers with any number of sauces, toppings and accessories. So let your imagination run wild.
Fork in the Alley, 2123 Crystal Spring Ave SW, Roanoke, VA, USA, +1 540 982 3675
The Regency Dining Room can be found in the beautiful and sumptuous Hotel Roanoke, which is, incidentally, an excellent place to stay if you’re in the city for a prolonged period of time. The Regency Room, where food is prepared by executive chef Stephen DeMarco, is steeped in history. Menus provide great meals for all times of the day. Chef DeMarco says that the Regency Room makes the most of a shop local, buy local, mentality, which is in keeping with the overall ethos of this city.