This restaurant has closed, thank goodness! It was mostly a bar and pool hall with sordid customers.
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This place was very expensive for what you got. I went when they were still open and it was like a 12.00 hamburger. Place was dark and dingy. Great parking lot. Hope that someone opens a great restaurant in this location.
Their crab legs are great... the rest of the menu is greasy, undercooked, and in general unappetizing. They have recently closed their doors... which was no surprise to me.
You sure can't tell a book by its cover. Looks authentic, nostalgic and has lots of Civil War memorabilia but then comes the food/service part. One waitress and about 12 table with actual people sitting at them. Took about 10 minutes to get noticed although...More
My fiancé and I took a trip to Shenandoah Valley and it is not easy to find places to eat around there unless you want ice cream or pizza. We stumbled upon this place after driving around and were pleasantly surprised. I got Cajun chicken...More
The restaurant had lots of interesting things to look at and read on the walls and around. Lots of Civil War memorabilia. The food was okay, but not really worth the cost.
Terrible TERRIBLE TERRIBLE!!!!!!! Went there tonight and crab legs were literally the size of my pinky finger,asked for a new batch and they said order something different.my husband said nevermind just give me those back and the next waitress came out and hollared across the...More
Definitely a bit of local color at the Stonewall Jackson. We went on a lark, but enjoyed our meal. Service was friendly and attentive. Prices are very reasonable. The attached bar is interesting for people watching at the end of the evening.
Well I ate there one night. Let me just begin with the worst dinner I had in my life! I ordered steak with a baked potato and coleslaw, the steak wasn't cooked right at all it was cold by the time I got it, the...More