Roanoke, Virginia, also known as the Star City, is located in the Blue Ridge Mountains and is surrounded by green space and beautiful vistas. Dining in Roanoke offers endless possibilities to please every palate, from California-style Mexican Cuisine to classic American with an urban twist. Whether you’re wanting a casual breakfast or some late-night grub and cocktails with your pup, Roanoke offers many dog-friendly restaurants.
The Village Grill
If you’re looking for good ole classic American cuisine, The Village Grill serves up burgers, sandwiches, salads and entrees that have stood the test of time for over a decade. A staple in the historic Grandlin Village, this casual restaurant features a bocce ball court and outdoor stage that’s always booked for live music, no matter the weather. There are two patios with select dog-friendly seating areas.
Wasena City Tap Room
Open until 1am on the weekends, Wasena City Tap Room is a great place to take your dog if you’re ready to live it up a little. They offer 31 beers on tap and fun theme nights, including Monday Night Trivia. Located in the River House and right next door to a rock climbing gym, they use a brick oven and hard wood grill to give their food a signature flavor. Dogs are welcome on the patio
Alejandro’s Mexican Grill
Alejandro’s Mexican Grill – Hollins was established in 2007. Their menu is impressively large and features authentic West Coast-style Mexican food and California fusion, as well as award-winning margaritas. They have an extensive salsa bar, and the spacious patio at their Williamson Road location at Hollins provides plenty of room for you and your furry companion.
Famous Anthony’s boasts that their fame comes from serving generations of families since 1986. They have remained a family owned and operated business with a story “woven by their customers” and where you “visit once and you’re family.” Mr. Anthony himself may very well visit your table. They serve breakfast, lunch and dinner and allow dogs on their uncovered patio.
Scrambled is located in the Historic Market building and offers a fast, casual breakfast in a downtown setting. Open from 7am-2pm, they specialize in breakfast and brunch, including their Vanilla Flavored French Toast. They’ll gladly provide ice water for your canine companion on their large garden patio, where you can dine on one of their numerous Classic Scrambled Egg combos.
Whether you’re already a Roanoke resident or are relocating here with your canine companion, you’ll find dog-friendly hospitality in restaurants all around the area. Contact us to learn more about the luxury lifestyle community of South Peak, where you’ll be ideally located to fully experience all that Roanoke has to offer.