Find out what American restaurants to try in Quinton. Quinton is a small unincorporated community in New Kent County, Virginia, United States. It is located on State Route 249 in the western portion of the county.
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We stopped for the gas, but because there were lots of people at Willie's, we decided to eat lunch. What a treat! A great selection of both Virginia and Coastal North Carolina BBQ. The variety of meat was excellent and the sides were really, really good. If you are going to the beaches on I 64, make Willie's a stop. You won't regret it.
My wife and I went there for Wednesday burger night. We had eaten there several times before when it was owned by the golf course management company. The golf course and clubhouse/restaurant was sold the the Brickshire Homeowners Association and reopened. It might have just be startup missteps but I ordered a medium-rare burger and it was overcooked to the point of being dry. My wife ordered a medium burger and it was barely cooked; almost completely raw and unedible. The restaurant was busy and the noise level was so high that conversation was impossible. We won't go back.
4 based on 29 reviews
We had finished the half marathon at the nearby winery and needed a place to relax and have lunch with a friend. Located right by the school complex, there was only one other table occupied when we arrived around 12:30 on a Saturday. However, there was a festival with beer and food trucks just on the other side of the schools so I am sure it was taking away their business. My wife had a burger & fries; I had the chicken salad sandwich with onion rings (good onion rings!). Parts of the building are historic but the back end is modern with no personality but the bar area was cute and welcoming.
At 1609, we pay homage to Virginia's rich horse racing history by proudly applying age-old culinary techniques to create unique blends and flavors that capture the essence of the Commonwealth. Try our menu options filled with signature Southern cuisine an
We wanted to try the full service restaurant at Rosie's Gaming Emporium in New Kent County and we were pleasantly surprised. Our server Erik made excellent recommendations and made our visit special. He was knowledgeable about the food and made sure that our food sensitivities were addressed. We loved the salmon and the chicken entrees. The buttermilk pie was amazing as well. We will be returning again!Thank you so much! We are glad you enjoyed your meal, your pie looks delicious :)
4 based on 44 reviews
We really enjoyed our lunch at Patsy's. Little Mom and Pop restaurants with home cooking like this are hard to find. Meatloaf, yeast rolls (like they served in school back in the day), and sides were all great. The restaurant was slammed, but Patsy did a great job of getting everything to her guests quickly! Thanks for a very enjoyable lunch.
Exceptional food in a relaxed atmosphere. There are many cuisines to choose from in an experience that exemplifies the style and service you'd expect.
Love the gaming, racing and all employees especially Kelllie at the kitchen! Love all all this back at Colonial Downs. Thank you for the kind message!
4 based on 20 reviews
We were looking for a place to eat along our wine tasting journey and came across this one in a rather small town. We started with a large soft pretzel that was warm, soft, and delicious. Lunch choices included a strawberry spinach salad, crab cake sandwich, pulled pork sandwich, and kids cheeseburger. All were tasty, especially the crab cake. It is made in house and my cousin said it was one of the best she has tasted. Very reasonably priced & casual atmosphere, with friendly quick service.
At Wendy's in Quinton, VA we're serving burgers made with 100% fresh, never frozen beef. Order natural cut fries, Wendy's classic chicken nuggets, fresh salads, a sweet FrostyÂ®, or meaty BaconatorÂ® at a Wendy's near you. See our Wendy's Quinton, VA hours,
I didn't understand at first that the "4 for $4" was nothing more than a kids meal with chicken nuggets, rather than 4 sandwiches, but the lady at the counter made sure to embarrass me by schooling me as if I were a misbehaving 4-year-old. On to the drinks: My FIRST FOUR SELECTIONS were "unavailable" according to the computerized dispenser. Once I did find a drink that wasn't empty, I found that NONE of the cup lids fit ANY of the cups (I observed several other customers try, and fail, do apply lids to their cups. As for the meal itself, I went with the "Homestyle Chicken Sandwich" with overcooked fries and a medium drink for $7.20. The sandwich was little more than a slider. Forget it, Wendy's. I'm getting out of here and heading for a Chik Fil A!
Love Love Love Waffle House! This location is off Interstate 64 exit 205 in outskirts of Richmond Va. A fairly new site but always busy! The locals support the restaurant -- not dependent on travelers! Parking is good as well.
4 based on 44 reviews
The food here, at best, would make the worst fast food restaurant taste like a five star restaurant. However, if you've come here to socialize and drink, this is for you. I have come here (close to home) several times and it is always busy.
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