Dublin is a town in Pulaski County, Virginia, United States. The population was 2,534 at the 2010 census. It is part of the Blacksburg–Christiansburg–Radford Metropolitan Statistical Area. It is the site of the Volvo Group Trucks Operations New River Valley Cab and Vehicle Assembly plant.
Things to do in Dublin
4 based on 224 reviews
At FATZ, we serve your favorite American fare with a delicious twist. From steaks to seafood, treat your taste buds to the flavors of FATZ. FATZ is committed to the highest standards of fresh quality food preparation with the finest of ingredients.
Stopped here for lunch while we were touring the area. Don’t let the name fool you; it’s great. Lots of great salad, sandwich and burger choices with an extensive dessert menu. Good choice of beer as well. Service was attentive but not pushy and we enjoyed our lunch in the interesting atmosphere.
4 based on 12 reviews
Stopped off for a Blizzard on the way to Claytor Lake State Park. Service was friendly, and Blizzards were excellent. They were not served "upside down," so as advertised on the commercial the next ones will be free. Can't wait to go back for more! Obviously the "very good" rating is based on a fast food experience, not an upscale establishment.
4.5 based on 112 reviews
This is located in an old garage put it is spotless. It is a huge local favorite. It is also very popular with law enforcement. The pizza is well made and cooked in a wood fired oven.
4 based on 44 reviews
I went to the ladies room and dropped a $20.00 bill on the floor and had no idea. One of the servers returned it to the tables. I was blown away by their honesty! You can't beat that. The server is nice and will talk to me in my limited Spanish. I'm glad Dublin has a Mexican restaurant! I have yet to try the bar. This time I had a chicken sandwich with french fries. I have one of their punch cards. I can't wait until I get to use the $7.00 off a meal.
3.5 based on 85 reviews
I was pleasantly surprised by this restaurant which was next door to the hotel. There were heavy rainstorms and I did not want to drive any more, so I did a take-out order consisting of a smoothie, milkshake, children's meals of sliders, pancakes, and grilled cheese sandwich, and a Philly Cheesesteak. The entire family was happy with the meal. The French Fries were deliciously crisp and yummy. The staff had put plenty of condiments in the bag for the varied menu. What earned this rating was the teamwork and interaction of the front register staff and management. They were positive, upbeat, and supportive of each other. I liked seeing happy people at work.
4 based on 19 reviews
Old fashioned, if you're looking for authentic American coffee shop. Don't expect any fancy place, but good and honest eggs and hash browns
4 based on 12 reviews
I enjoyed my country ham biscuits so much in Boone, that I stopped at the Bojangles in Dublin Virginia for a late lunch.
Their special was 2 country ham biscuits for $3.50. I also bought a cinnamon pecan twist, which was outstanding!!! I saw crispy chicken pieces in the metal pan by the cash register, and asked if I could order chicken wings separately. When I heard the answer was "yes" and the price was only $1.19, I immediately ordered 4 wings. I ate those for dinner when I returned to Pennsylvania. They were crispy, well seasoned, and so delicious.
Restrooms were very clean, credit cards accepted, ample parking.
4 based on 8 reviews
I haven't been to Patty's for awhile and decided to try it for lunch on my way back from Pearisburg today. They had a lunch buffet of chopped steak and vegetables, but I opted instead to order from the menu.
I had one of the lunch specials, meatloaf with two sides (mashed potatoes and pinto beans) which came with either a roll or cornbread.
The meatloaf was average with a lot of filler. It needed ketchup which is not a good sign.
The mashed potatoes were OK, a bit lumpy and the beans were pretty standard fare for this area. I was disappointed in the cornbread.
All in all, a decent meal at a fair price, but I won't be stopping here again. The food is average, and the quality is not what I want in a restaurant meal. But again for less than $6, it is pretty good. I guess I am more inclined to pay a bit more, and enjoy a higher quality of food and standard of service
4 based on 18 reviews
on the road looking for a place to have breakfast, dropped into this place and was pleasantly surprised with the quality and service all very good, my omelet was excellent and with hot sauce better, coffee was just what the doctor ordered, fresh and flavorful.
4 based on 7 reviews
We ate dinner here while working in Dublin. Food was above average, but a little slow to come out. Good waitress kept drinks coming until food arrived. Atmosphere is unimpressive as mentioned in other posts, but food and menu selection make up for it. I'm not sure if the AC was broken or just ineffective, but it was quite warm inside during our visit.
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