We were coming home to Virginia from our vacation. We always hate when we get hungry once we pass the VA line because we have never been happy with where to go eat. Now we know where to go The restaurant is not fancy at...More
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We were visiting Lake Gaston and found this great little restaurant. The service and staff were great. The menu had something for everyone. The homemade pimento cheese is worth trying. The pies are to die for! We had an extremely difficult time narrowing our choices...More
I try to eat at the Horseshoe whenever I'm in town. It is a small town local diner. Always good. The onion rings are truly homemade, the fried green tomato BLT and reuben sandwiches very good.
We met the grandparents here for dinner with the kids. The onion rings were good but the sweet potato fries were amazing. The sweet potato fries were simple, not overly seasoned and tasted great plain. But add the cinnamon sugar provided with fries and they...More
We were exploring and found this gem of a restaurant. As soon as we entered we were met with a warm and friendly greeting and were immediately seated. You feel like you were welcomed home! The pimento cheese is worth the calories. The pecans and...More
Having spent some of my childhood growing up in a small town, having a place that feels like a family meal every time you walk through the door is a wonderful feeling. We were on our way home from vacation looking for a place for...More
Stopped heading to SW VA and on the way back for lunch. Wait staff are friendly and bubbly. Food was spectacular and the pie...I have no words to describe. We will certainly stop in again when in South Hill. A hidden gem, for sure!
I only get to South Hill twice a year but when I go, I always go to the Horseshoe for dinner. The owners changed the menu, but rest assured, they still make the Clydesdale, homemade pimento cheese, great pies, tomato basil soups, and fried green...More