8/3... food was yucky today french fries stale, hush puppies raw inside and fried fish stale and hard. My $23 dollars was wasted 🤢.
I was very disappointed in my visit to The Green Goat. My server named Charles had really bad sores all over his face and seems to be on really bad drugs. I was really grossed out by the sores on Charles' face that I could only imagine what other bad hygenie he had. We already waited about 10 minutes for Charles to come to our table and when we saw what he looked like we just left and went to The Tap House instead. I definitely do not recommend The Green Goat to anyone!
We ate here two nights ago as we were spending the night in Roanoke. The receptionist at our hotel recommended the restaurant to us. First of all, whoever wrote in a previous review that there is a dress code must be mistaken. I was wearing a pair of jeans and a polo shirt. My girlfriend in a jogging outfit, all because we were driving from Tennessee to NJ. The restaurant is a bit old in the style of the decor, but it was neat and clean and not worn. The waitress was very friendly and helpful. The food was absolutely delicious and prepared to perfection. If I lived locally, I would be a regular patron. The next time we drive through Roanoke, we will definitely stop here.
Never again. I ordered a pick 3 Platter which I chose Oysters, Scallops, and Fried Clams. I received a large plate rounded up but only got 3 oysters and 3 scallops. The rest consisted of fries and over cooked clams which sounded like bones cracking in your teeth. I complained to the waitress but got no help. I complained at checkout and was referred to the new owner who was near by. He was very rude and when I told him the number of oysters and clams I received and told me that was not true and was not going to do anything but take an order of slaw and one soft drink off the bill. The slaw and drink was not the complaint. To sum it up I paid $16.95 for 3 oysters and 3 scallops where ok but nothing to write home about. We have been regulars there but the new owner seems to me an immigrant from who knows where who brought his tradition with him. Stick with Red Lobster when in Roanoke.
My husband and I usually have lunch here every couple of weeks and enjoy the servers and the food is yummy. However we went there for dinner this evening and were extremely disappointed. Our server did not smile at all nor make eye contact. She was very short with us. I thought perhaps she had a bad day so I went the extra mile in an attempt to make her smile. NO GO. She did clear our dirty dishes in a timely manor. While visiting the salad bar I noticed it was very messy and many of the foods were intermingled. The mashed potatoes had a visible brownish coating on them as if they had been sitting out for a long time. An employee came over to fill the food trays and she held the pan on her arm while the food touched her arm from elbow to wrist while filling the serving pan, I observed this with two different foods. Food was going out of the pans and down her arm and into the serving pan. GROSS. The handles on the serving spoons were also very sticky and messy. While we were eating we could hear the cooks talking among themselves in extremely loud voices. The food was not nearly as yummy as during the lunch time. Pintos were hard, mashed potatoes were cold, mac and cheese was hard as well as the brownies and cake . This WAS one of our favorite places. We will not be returning for the dinner hour. I hope these problems are addressed with the employees as to courtesy and cleanliness. The atmosphere was very unpleasant. I hope it is not this way every evening!!! We will return for a pleasant lunch soon.
Great food! Best wings in town, homemade sauces, none of those bottled, shipped in sauces like the other wing joints. Friday night karaoke with the Patman is lots of fun, and that red headed bartender is the best in Roanoke!!
This is a pretty nice sports type bar. They have really good pizza among their many menu items, including reuben sandwiches. The onion rings are great.
Elegant and upscale this lovely restaurant is located in the historic Hotel Roanoke. The breakfast buffet has made to order omelets, spoon bread, pecan rolls, delicious scones, along with the usual breakfast offerings. The Sunday Grand Brunch is even more elaborate with carving stations with an even grander price. Treat yourself. You deserve it.
Extensive menu and large venue with stage, billiard room, open air deck, brick oven, and many screens to keep track of your favorite teams. In the heart of the downtown Roanoke entertainment district I found the service to be above average and was a nice choice for a night out with family
The food was excellent! I couldn't ask for better service! Audra was the best! The prices are around what you'd expect to find in Roanoke. Aside from the location there is nothing bad to be said about this place!