We had Korean tacos, chicken sandwich, French onion soup all was good oh yea great bloody Mary's. Hope to come back,for Sunday brunch buffet.
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I was pleasantly surprised by The Green Goat. As soon as you pull up, you get this feeling of relaxation which is always a good sign in my book. Charles was my server, he was very friendly and attentive. Every time he walked by, he...More
I had heard very positive things about this newcomer to the area. In a remodeled train station, next to the Greenway Belt. Probably just luck of the draw, but service was slow this day. Drinks are watered down, good flavor but not much kick. The...More
service slow, food not appetizing. Menu is limited. although very near the Roanoke river the view is only of an open field and railroad tracks.
Traveling thru town and made a lunch pit stop here. Nice beer and cheap beer. Good was tasty. I had the Greek wrap and my GF had a burger. Both were good. Service was very good. Nice location! Glad we made the visit. Sweet tater...More
Travelled all the way from Lexington to dine here and we weren't disappointed. Five of us ate dinner on the porch on a beautiful sunny afternoon served by Shannon who attended to us with an engaging manner and an excellent knowledge of the menu's offerings.I...More
I have eaten here a few times. It's never over the top but has always been decent. I thought they made their food from raw ingredients, which was appealing to me. I ordered the grilled chicken sandwich, and to my utter disappointment, the chicken is...More
We were searching for a place with a separate room to host a 90th birthday party with 27 guests and The Green Goat far exceeded our expectations! Peggy, the manager, was so easy to work with and was not phased by half our party being...More
While visiting Black Dog Salvage, we found a gem of a lunch spot on Wasena Park. Tons of Dog friendly outdoor seating, great service, and the food was outstanding. Very reasonable Sunday buffet, and the lunch menu has something for everyone.
Normal 'grill' sort of menu but in a cool old train depot and right off the Roanoke Greenway along the river. Afterwards you can walk over and check out the consignment sales at Roanoke Mt. Adventures and take the trail to Black Dog Salvage....what a...More