Governor Northam has lifted mask mandates for fully-vaccinated individuals, except on public transit, in health care facilities, and in congregate settings. Businesses retain the ability to require masks in their establishments. Effective May 28, Virginia eased all distancing and capacity restrictions. Learn More >
The restaurants in Downtown Roanoke are a huge part of the amazing local food scene in Virginia’s Blue Ridge.
You’ll find authentic cuisine from countries and cultures around the world, including Mexican, Italian, Greek, Lebanese, Japanese, Indian, and many more. Many Downtown Roanoke restaurants are featured in our blog post about the Best International Food in Virginia’s Blue Ridge >
Downtown Roanoke also has some fantastic local coffee shops and bakeries that serve as wonderful spaces to relax for a couple hours while enjoying a hand-crafted treat. Local favorites include Bread Craft, Morning Brew Coffee Company, and On the Rise Bread Company.
From late-night burgers at iconic spots like Texas Tavern and Jack Brown’s (pictured above) to fine dining at restaurants like Frankie Rowland’s Steakhouse, Lucky, and Alexander’s, we hope you’re ready for a delicious meal in Downtown Roanoke.
To check out a variety of flavors, consider booking a spot on Tour Roanoke’s Downtown Roanoke Food & Cultural Tour. Reserve your space >
In addition to all the great restaurants, you can find great locally-grown produce and artisan products at the Historic Roanoke City Market, one of our most popular farmers markets in Virginia’s Blue Ridge, which is open daily. The City Market Building also serves as a food court full of local dining options.
Scroll down for a list of Downtown Roanoke restaurants.