5 Affordable Roanoke Restaurants near Willis

Finding affordable Roanoke restaurants is as simple as looking online. The problem that people run into when looking for affordable restaurants is what their idea of affordable is. For example, a family of five might not consider a seafood restaurant affordable, but a couple with no kids would. When trying to find affordable Roanoke restaurants, you need to keep that example in mind.

Blue's BBQ
107 Market Street
Roanoke, VA 24011
(540) 344-4227

BBQ is something that couples or an entire family can sit down and enjoy. Trying to decide on which platter to order is hard, so ordering multiple platters and sharing is the best choice. At Blue's BBQ you will find platters ranging in price from $9 to $20. Each platter comes with a main entree and two sides, so the food is more than enough to fill you up. All the meat is good, but give the ribs and pulled pork a try.

Fork in the Alley
2123 Crystal Spring Avenue
Roanoke, VA 24014
(540) 982-3675

Before heading back to your Willis Inn you should stop in and grab a few drinks or even something to eat. You can expect to pay around $10 per person for a meal, so it is one of the more affordable Roanoke restaurants. No matter what you are coming in for on a warm summer's night, make sure you grab a seat on the patio. For a great appetizer the pasta dishes are recommended, but so is the BBQ shrimp. For dessert you must try out the brick oven s'mores.

Burger in the Square
32 Market Square
Roanoke, VA 24011

After leaving your Willis Bed and Breakfast you should stop in here for a great lunch. Even if the line is long, the food doesn't take long to arrive. The best part is even with a long line, the food is still hot and fresh when it hits your table. Burger in the Square has some of the best hamburgers around, especially their double cheeseburger.

Cace's Cafe
1509 Hershberger Road
Roanoke, VA 24012

At Cace's Cafe you're going to find a wide variety of deli foods, such as hot dogs, salads and sandwiches. You'll find normal hot dogs and sandwiches, and some of the house specials. When coming in for lunch or dinner, stay away from the stuff you can get anywhere and try something special. A great sandwich to try would be the Roanoker, which comes with slaw, onions, Thousand Island dressing, Swiss cheese and ham all on a rye bun. You can even try the Taco Dog, which comes with corn chips, salsa, lettuce and cheese.

214 Market Street SE
Roanoke, VA 24011

If you are looking for the best sushi in town you will need to head over to Wasabi's, but if you're coming in on a Friday or Saturday be sure to make reservations. If you're not sure what to order you can talk to the waitress for recommendations, but all of the fish rolls are fresh and the salads are amazing. An average person spends about $15 on a meal, but you can spend more or less depending on your budget and your appetite.