It's quite a drive to get there, but definitely worth it. The restaurant is right off of Rt. 29. When you see the alpine building, you'll know that you're there. I tried the calamari for an appetizer and it was delicious. Another member of my party had the red pepper and crab soup which was also superb. The portions are huge! Great German beer and wine available to go with your meal.
If you're interested in architecture, definitely make a trip here. The historic buildings are originally from New England and were shipped to Virginia and reconstructed. There are five bars in the restaurant, all very interestingly decorated. The food is outstanding, not cheap, but not overpriced either. On one visit there, the wrong food was brought to me. The manager came over and apologized, asked if I'd like soup while I waited, and gave me a complimentary meal. If the weather is nice, ask for an outdoor table.
Whenever I was at Jimmy's, the staff and patrons weren't especially friendly. My friend and I sat at the bar and no one even talked to us except to get out order. The Buffalo wings weren't as good as I had heard they were.
For some reason, this place is always crowded. But I can't say that the food is memorable. It's usually noisy because of all the families with kids. There are better Mexican restaurants in the area.
The restaurant is located at the back of a shopping center and you would never know that it's there unless you see the sign by the road. The chips and salsa were good. The food was average. I prefer Los Toltecos.
It's always a pleasure to go to this small neighborhood restaurant. The sandwich platters are very good and reasonably priced. Pita bread comes out hot before your meal is served. It's worth a trip just for that!
Mint Thai has a combination lunch special which the old Neisha did not. I've gotten the spring roll and the soup. It's reasonably priced. The food is good, but not something that will have you rushing back again and again.
I like the old fashioned feel of the place. There's a lunch counter, wooden booths, and a fireplace in the back room. The peanut soup is good and sandwiches are average. The last time that I was there, they were out of the sandwich I ordered from the menu. It was rather disappointing since there really isn't an extensive menu.
The best time for the ladies to go to the bar is on Tuesday night. The drinks is really cheap. Most of the appetizers are half price too. The Buffalo wings are my favorite. Monday through Thursday, there is a free food buffet. with either wings, buffalo meatballs, or tacos.
The restaurant area is very nice too. The sandwiches and soups are very good and reasonably priced.
This is a cafeteria-style restaurant where you go to the counter, place your order, sit down and wait, then go back and pick it up. It's nothing fancy. But, they have good kabobs. I've tried the lamb and chicken. You get bread, rice, a small salad, and your choice of a vegetable to go along with it.