The Snow White! Was that ever a step back in time. The place was pristine, the burgers good and the employees had a Mayberry friendliness. I felt like I was in the Twilight Zone. Too bad about the short hours but worth it.
If you’re in Winchester during the week, you can’t beat Snow White Grill. This is on the downtown walking mall. It serves old fashioned sliders, fries and shakes. This is a classic roadfood joint, but only open 10-2 on weekdays.
You guys are great! We might keep that in mind for the return trip. On the way down, we’ll be arriving in Winchester around 8pm after a 12-hour drive, so I suspect at least a few among us will be absolutely unwilling to travel any more to get to dinner. But we’ll be passing through again on the return trip, so all these suggestions will stay in the travel tips folder! Many thanks!
Our family loves this place. It is friendly, nice atmosphere, great prices and the food is really good. This is well worth a little drive.
Winchester proper is kind of a fast/chain heaven. The places that I know of are a bit southerly of Winchester on 1-81. First is the Wayside Inn on the Middletown exit along with the mucho wonderful Route 11 potato chip place, a must have for take home.
A bit on further is the Strasburg exit and the Strasburg Hotel, a grand old hotel with great prices and delicious food……love their frizzled onion rings
then just a wee bit further is Woodstock which has an old fashioned soda fountain drugstore and the Spring House Tavern. as well as Shaffer’s, a small grocery where you can get deli country ham sandwhiches and biscuitsa
All are located along Rt 11 off of 1-81
Maximum mileage is to the Spring House. which is approx 30 miles from central Winchester
We hit town around 8pm this Friday night! Hence our wish to find something very nearby …
When ya gonna be there?
[:)] Thanks, Mike & Route! We’ll check ’em out!
Used to be a great place called the Royal…dunno if it’s still there.
I wasn’t impressed with the Triangle Diner the 2 times I’ve eaten there. My best recomendation would be for a Chinese place called Chinatown. It has great food, moderate prices and a full bar. For lunch every day and dinner on Wed & Sun they have buffett. Rest of the time is menu service. My wife, Picky Peggy, even likes this place. It is the only East coast place we have found that serves plain pan fried noodles like she likes.
It is located on the N side of US 50 about .5 mile East of I-81 (exit 313). If you want more info I can get it.
Otherwise there is all the usual chain choices.
MikeS. who lives about 16 miles North of here.
[?] We’ll be staying in Winchester later this month; does anyone have any suggestions for an in-town eatery? We’re just staying overnight and won’t want to travel much for chow. I’ve seen an article about the Triangle Diner that makes it look interesting, but it didn’t say much about the food. Any tips would be greatly appreciated!
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