And no on cared. The pot pie tastes freezer burned. The waiter said no way. Nice ambiance but made for a disappointing stop in Roanoke.
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We arrived at the end of their lunch service but they welcomed us anyway. The food was awesome and healthy. I had the spinach delight, which was probably the best salad I have ever had. My husband had the tofu plate and he said it...More
We love this restaurant for a quick lunch without it being from a fast food restaurant. This is great local fare. We love the falafel, so good and served with a side. The wait staff is always pleasant and knows what we like.
Stopped in for a quick brunch on a road trip from TN to DC. The service was excellent and the food (all made from local ingredients) was very tasty. We had deviled eggs, hoppin john for my son, monte cristo for me, and rice bowl...More
We came here on a scorching hot afternoon. I am always hopeful when I see a vegan place with gluten free options. What was odd was that they propped their front door open. Thus the air conditioning inside mixed with hot air from outside and...More
Food presentation, aroma, and very pleasing to palate! Moderately priced and the establishment is a definite Arnold one-line - I'LL BE BACK!
Sitting in a food court is not always my favorite way to eat. We arrived in Roanoke and were pleasantly surprised by how many vegan options the town offered now. We chose Firefly Fare and enjoyed the food though not quite top of the line,...More