Surry (formerly Cross Roads, McIntosh's Cross Roads, McIntoshs Cross Roads, Scuffletown, Smithville, Surry Court House, and The Crossroads) is an incorporated town in Surry County, Virginia, United States. The population was 244 at the 2010 census. It is the county seat of Surry County. Its name is derived from the historic county of Surrey in England.
Things to do in Surry
4 based on 159 reviews
Moved to Williamsburg less than 6 months ago. Still trying out restaurants close to home. Had out of state friend to visit a couple of days. Great, wanted to check out places myself. So we took ferry across the Mighty James River and found this place within 10 minutes. So close and easy to find. At the end of the road that goes through a neighborhood. The "local" dog clearly did not want traffic on his street and blocked 1 lane. Did not budge. Got to the restaurant/soon to be marina, and had a great time. Great menu, very friendly help, reasonable prices. And a bar that makes very good Bloody Mary's.
4 based on 51 reviews
Located at the end of a Williamsburg, VA to Surry, VA ferry ride. Good location. Plenty of parking. Clean. Very good waitress. Spouse & I shared a thin crust 16" meat pizza & bottled beer. $36.00, including tip. For a country restaurant, it appears to be a very good Italian restaurant. VERY busy to-go business!
4.5 based on 334 reviews
Willilamsburg's favorite scratch bakery and restaurant for 25 years! Now located at 135 Colony Square by the Habitat for Humanity ReStore. Serving breakfast and lunch daily 8AM-4PM, 3 PM on Sundays, our bakery counter is open until 6PM Monday-Saturday, 4 PM on Sundays.
We were close to the Jamestown settlement and stopped in for lunch. The service was quick and staff was friendly. We had tomato basil soup and Brunswick stew with ham biscuits. Very good! My son’s pimento cheese and ham sandwich was very good as well. I am glad we stopped in and will go back.
4.5 based on 33 reviews
Venture out to the Virginia countryside of Surry County, our original hometown since 1926. The Edwards Ham Shop of Surry is perfect for those looking for an authentic experience of the American South. Grab a seat on the porch, enjoy a country ham and pimento cheese sandwich, and take in the peacefulness of rural Surry. We also have a wide selection of Virginia specialty goods that are perfect gifts for the southern foodie in your life!
Sadly we drove a way to get to this place. We wanted to get some genuine Virginia ham. Sadly it was closed. Check the hours, especially the weekend ones, before you drive the distance or take the ferry. We ended up buying ham in Williamsburg.
4.5 based on 743 reviews
This was our first trip to Duck Donuts. First of all, I am THRILLED that there is not one anywhere near home. Why? Because I’d likely go A LOT. They are ridiculously good, my favorite (and I consider myself an expert at this moment- I intended to eat 2, I ate SIX- it was simply criminal to leave ANY behind)...anyway as I started to say, my favorite was “blueberry pancake”. The truth is that all of them were stupid. Stupid good.
Worth the stop- go out of your way. And only order what you actually want to confine yourself to. We got a dozen, four of us. Momma ate 1. Two teens, 2/ea. No leftovers. Hmm.
4.5 based on 4 reviews
Did not expect to see a Chinese/Japanese place in Surry. Service was friendly and patient. Portions were large Provided free samples to try out as part of meal. Hibachi Chicken was good. Downtown Surry with parking. Near church. Friendly experience and would go back to try their many other dishes.
4 based on 185 reviews
We stopped in yesterday while visiting the Jamestown settlement. We wanted somewhere closebye and passed by this hole in the wall while we were driving into town. We decided to stop because well ...PIE! My son and I ordered pot pies, I got the chicken, he ordered the seafood one. They were so creamy and Each one was big enough for 2 people. Mine had chicken shredded throughout so I had chicken in every bite, and you could see the chunks of shrimp and scallops in my sons My daughter and husband split an Italian pizza with lots of different meats. It was to die for! Of course we had to try a piece of blueberry peach pie. You can tell these aren't made from canned fruit, it wasn't overly sweet and the crust was delicious. We left there full, happy, and regretting that we lived too far to save the leftovers! We will definitely return. My only criticism was that the outdoor tables did look like they hadnt been well cleaned in a while. But, honestly, outdoor picnic tables are hard to clean.
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