Discover the best restaurant in Prince George, United States including The Brickhouse Run, Prince George Family BBQ, Demolition Coffee, Starbucks, Buttermilk Bake Shop, El Arriero, K & L Barbecue, Dixie Restaurant, Luca Italian Restaurant, Rosa's Italian Ristorante
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4.5 based on 232 reviews
Historic location just down the street from where some of "Lincoln" was recently filmed. We heard many raves about the place so decided to try it. The fish and chips were supposed to be the closest to the British Isles you can get. Not so.. I've had better at sports bars. The "hand cut fries" tasted suspiciously like frozen fries. I inquired, but the waiter couldn't answer and went away to find out. He came back with some story about how they're cooked. I cut and fry potatoes at home and these were NOT at all the same, nor were they like English "chips."
Ordered a Guiness, and it was not poured the way a Guiness is supposed to be poured, and served in plastic - PLASTIC! That is sacrilege!! Beats fast food tho...
4 based on 99 reviews
We took a side trip again today just so we could stop at Prince George Family BBQ. Everything we have eaten there has been delicious. Today we had the country fried steak, mashed potatoes, butter beans, and collard greens. The collard greens are always so delicious, so today we decided to order a pound to bring home with us!
The food is wonderful, and the staff is SO friendly. When we find ourselves driving north on I-95, we will keep taking the "long-cut" on I-295 around Richmond just so we can continue to stop here. It's rare to find such good home-cooked food on the road these days!
Thanks so much, and we hope to see you again soon.
4.5 based on 140 reviews
At times the order execution process felt disorderly as we kept having to re-check progress on our order.
When it came up, the smoked salmon plus bagel was excellent and the yoghurt bowl and the toasted muffin with almond butter and honey drizzled apple were both very good, as was the French press coffee.
4 based on 9 reviews
Not usually a big Starbucks fan but we went here twice for coffee, once we spent quite a long time sitting inside drinking our coffee and killing time. In both cases, the employees were very friendly and outgoing, and our order was prepared exactly as asked. The seating area is comfortable and relaxing. A very nice place
4.5 based on 84 reviews
Classic American bake shop, in old town Petersburg.
It has been a year since I reviewed Buttermilk. They still have the best donuts I have ever had anywhere. Also try a cake...try anything; they are just excellent at what they do and very friendly to boot. Worth a trip to Petersburg. Get there early before the maple bacon donuts are gone.
4.5 based on 51 reviews
My husband and I stopped by for lunch. We were instantly impressed by the beautiful architecture and designs of the building. The entrance includes a massive Aztec calendar. The restaurant can accommodate several people as it has lot of seating. It's very comfortable and decorative. The staff is very friendly and service is very quick. The food was supurb. The enchiladas arreiro was filled with shrimp and crab and was amazing. I recommend this place for any size crowd and it has a great family-friendly atmosphere.
4 based on 126 reviews
This restaurant has been in Hopewell for many years. I don't eat a lot of pork, but I went to K&L to get a barbecue sandwich for a friend who was in the hospital, and tried one myself. It was absolutely delectable. The bread was soft and fresh and the meat was tender and tasty. I recommend this place to anyone who doesn't mind eating a little pork somtetimes!
4.5 based on 190 reviews
The Dixie is a landmark breakfast and lunch establishment in the heart of Old Towne Petersburg since the 1920s and in it's current location since 1939. It has seen several owners over the years and remains a local favorite. We specialize in traditional southern cuisine. Our menu items include our famous Dixie Dog which is a red hot dog with mustard, onions and our tasty chili sauce. We also serve fried Salt Herring, Salmon Croquettes, Meatloaf, Chicken & Dumplings, made from scratch Pimento Cheese, and Chicken Salad. We offer a variety of sandwiches, barbeque, burgers and hot-plate specials that change daily.
The breakfast is delicious and always served by friendly staff (get there early). The Tidewater omelet (crab meat and cheddar) is outstanding and a "must" if you are looking for something different for breakfast. The baked oatmeal is also to die for . . .
You won't regret trying this place if you are visiting Historic Petersburg!
4.5 based on 52 reviews
Prince George, Virginia, and the surrounding countryside, from Petersburg to Williamsburg to Richmond, is a treasure trove of historical sites from the Colonial and Civil War periods. But did you know there were so many restaurants in Prince George? Courthouse Road reminds a Chicagoan of North Wells Street. One go-to destination is Luca Italian Restaurant, which specializes in Italian home cooking straight out of Taylor Street in Chicago. They also offer New York style pizza but I won't hold that against them. Located at 6619 Courthouse Road, east of I-295 on Highway 106, near the intersection of Courthouse Road and Scott Memorial Road, Luca's is all-things Italian from bruschetta and garlic bread to spaghetti and meatballs and veal scallopini to chicken saltimbocca and shrimp scampi to home-made cannoli and tiramisu. It's a cozy Italian eatery with outdoor seating that makes you feel as if you're dining at home. I even sampled a slice of the meat lover's pizza with cheese and tomato sauce. New York style pizza isn't comparable to Chicago's thin crust with cheese and sausage, in my mind, but I'll settle for it in a pinch. One of Luca's most popular dishes is baked spaghetti, a unique creation that I've never tasted before. Delicious. And my wife was very pleased with chicken alfredo, another house speciality. And if you're not in a mood for a big meal, you can choose from a large list of hot and cold sandwiches, including ribeye, veal parmigiana, meatball parmigiana sub, Reuben, fish, chicken fillet, tuna or chicken salad, roast beef hoagie and Italian or Turkey hoagie. As long as we've been traveling the country, we never are surprised to find quality restaurants anywhere and everywhere. Who would have anticipated an authentic Italian restaurant in the Virginia countryside?
4 based on 150 reviews
We found Rosa's off I 95 when looking for a "non-chain" lunch. They have a large menu where you can choose a la carte items or construct your own pastas. They also had a buffet brunch with many choices that looked quite good and a bargain at $11.09. We opted for two pasta dishes......shrimp on linguini and gnocchi, with a salad. All were very good. Service and coffee both very good.
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