“the best burgers in town”
Originally, a Blacksmith shop in the early 1900s, The Horseshoe Restaurant was appropriately named and opened as a Lunch Counter service in the 1930s, serving guest at a horseshoe shaped counter. A dining room was added in the 1940s, and the restaurant has been a staple in the community for over 80 years. The restaurant is full of nostalgic history and interesting stories that are shared, including "The Big Arrest of 1938" of an escaped convict, Roy Kelly. Enjoy Breakfast, Lunch or Dinner which includes the "Best Burgers in Town" and other signature sandwiches, such as, the Souther Pimento Cheese sandwich and Chicken Salad, which are homemade. Desserts are made from scratch daily. Featured in "Virginia Living"Magazine" June 2011 issue as one of Virginia's Favorites
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