Palmyra is a census-designated place (CDP) in and the county seat of Fluvanna County, Virginia, United States. The population as of the 2010 census was 104. Palmyra lies on the eastern bank of the Rivanna River along U.S. Route 15. The ZIP code for Palmyra and surrounding rural land is 22963.
Things to do in Palmyra
4.5 based on 72 reviews
Villa Nova is a small but pleasant restaurant that is worth a visit if you are in the area, though doesn't warrant a long drive just for the experience. The lasagna and the eggplant parmigiana were very good and came with some delicious bread. The small salad was actually quite large and topped with grilled chicken. Villa Nova apparently is well known for its pizzas and several take-out orders were noted, even in the late afternoon during our visit. Service was friendly and attentive.
4 based on 6 reviews
Growing up in the Northeast, I have a bit of a Dunkin Donuts habit. Though I pass on donuts, they get my coffee right every morning. In all of my experiences with Dunkin Donuts, and that experience is vast, this is the best trained, most professional, courteous and friendly staff I have ever encountered.
4 based on 11 reviews
Stopped in while visiting family. Since I am a Florida girl, I really liked the Key West, Tiki bar theme. Coffee was yummy, service with Hannah, Shailynne, and Josh were super friendly and accommodating.Easy on the wallet and laid back atmosphere. Maybe some acoustic guitar early evenings would be nice. Can't wait to come back.
4.5 based on 50 reviews
The waiter was nice and the portions are generous. Nothing was bad. That said, the refried beans came from a can and were heated in a microwave. The fajita meat was all overcooked and dried out. Tortillas did not taste homemade.
If you're more of a gourmand than gourmet, have a hankering for Tex-Mex food, AND you live nearby, I wouldn't say skip it and drive to Charlottesville. If you are missing any one of those variables, get in the car!
4 based on 58 reviews
This was a family outing. My first observation was that the service was slow. The place wasn't crowded, but it took a long time before they took our drink orders. Then it took what seemed like forever before they came back to take the dinner order. The food itself was prepared in a reasonable amount of time.
I wasn't impressed with the food. I ordered the sausage and pepper dinner which is grilled peppers over Italian sausage. The sausage was cooked dark and hard. Before writing the review, I polled the other folks at dinner and they all had "not very good" comments about the food. The calzone was not the best, the veal marasla was not very good.
3.5 based on 36 reviews
I live inside the lake near Dogwood and love stopping by after work or meeting some friends later for a nice cold beer. Few pool tables, different events, bar/lounge separated from the dining area. It's my favorite local hangout spot and the bartenders, Julie and Jim are always on point!
4.5 based on 12 reviews
We have visited Asian Cafe for lunch previously and enjoyed some pretty decent sushi. On this occasion, we went for dinner, and both had hibachi. My wife had steak and shrimp, while I had shrimp and scallops, both with fried rice and vegetables. We both agreed it was just average -- nothing really very special.
Prices for hibachi dinners are generally in the $14-$18 range, with seafood dishes going up to $24. Service was above average.
Overall,we felt it was just average.
4.5 based on 4 reviews
This a brand new restaurant. It offers limited seating for a salad and sandwich menu, and egg dishes for breakfast. The food is organically grown, and the meat is grass fed. All is from local farms. I had a non-cured ham sandwich that was quite good.
4.5 based on 3 reviews
I always like PJ's pizza -- but never tried their thin crust before. It's terrific!! Though I had one bad experience with PJ's before (a late delivery with cold pizza -- the manager has since apologized and offered a free pizza), this one was outstanding. Hot, crispy, and delicious.
You must also order the cinnapie (or apple pie) ... what a great addition!
3 based on 17 reviews
I'm new to the area, and this was my first attempt to order take out Chinese food. Overall the flavor was lackluster but not terrible. The orange chicken was not spicy, and didn't taste at all like orange chicken. I think it was plain sweet and sour sauce with way too much cornstarch; it had sort of a sticky snot consistency. The hot and sour soup also tasted bland, had very few mushrooms, and also had way too much cornstarch. It was thick and slimy with globs of burned cornstarch that felt like worms in your mouth. The soup was not at all edible. Everything else was edible, just not very good. The ingredients weren't bad, and the place seemed clean, but they need to learn how to season their food, and take it easy on the thickeners.
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