Subway

331 Douglas Dr
Damascus, 24236
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After a long bike trail, a couple of friends and I stopped to refresh, rest, and reconnect with others. This Subway was really nice, clean, quiet, and convenient. The one employee there was really polite to everyone, understanding of the weather, and informative. The food was good and we were able to get free wifi connection. I would definitely recommend others to stop by.

(276) 475-6002

Sandwiches, Fast Food

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Pork Bellies Southern Cafe

425 Douglas Ave
Damascus, 24236
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This place is a great find! Bookmark it and try it out. Pork Bellies is a fairly new establishment located right on the Virginia Creeper Trail in Damascus, VA. They smoke their meats on-premise and their sauce varieties are house made. The care and pride they take in the preparation of their food is clearly evident. I've had the smoked chicken basket with the hot smoky sauce and it was done to perfection. Others in my party had the pulled pork BBQ sandwich and the spare ribs. All of them reported that they were very pleased with the portion, taste and sides that accompanied the dish. All of their products look to be house made rather than "off the truck" as so many places are now days. They serve beer and are in a great location to pop in after a days ride on the Virginia Creeper Trail. They offer dining on the deck in back overlooking the Laurel Creek. Lunch and dinner hours, daily specials. The price is extremely reasonable and the food is excellent! Service was very good. You need to try this place out.

(276) 475-6001

Southern, Barbeque

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In the Country LLC

409 Fritz St
Damascus, 24236
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Couldn't ask for a better way to end the creeper trail! Nice cozy place with friendly employees. Lots of out door seating and a place to park your bike. Burger and sweet potato fries were delish. And would highly recommend the ice cream. I really enjoyed the butter pecan ice cream. :) *and free wifi here
After 17 miles of riding the trails, this is one of only a handful of eateries in the area. It was a welcomed stop and they had a full menu consisting of sandwiches, burgers, fries, and more. The burger and sandwich was good and this certainly fits the bill. They have plenty of indoor seating and a nice patio as well. The staff was friendly. When I was there, they had the entire business up for sale. Are you the next owners?
I get it. If youv'e been hiking the Appalachian Trail and eating twigs and bark for a month, this food is probably better than that. Maybe I just came on a bad day. In August 2011, I ordered a French dip. It was raw deli meat with cold au jus. The flavor was also off and I thought the meat may be spoiled. Since it was so cheap, I threw it in the trash can and ordered a grilled cheese instead. The grilled cheese came out, and it was evident the cheese was not melted. The bread was dry and I could tell it came from a the microwave (it was ready in under 60 seconds; there were no grill marks from a stove top). It was more disgusting than the raw French dip. I put it in the trash where it belonged. I decided to try my luck with a Blizzard. Or so the mixing machine said on the side. But after ordering it, I wached and realized the machine was broken. The girl stirred in the ingredients in by hand and not even very well. I suspect the ice cream was not Blizzard either, because the taste was off. My father had a similar experience, but he ate his. He was in the Peace Corps for three years in Cameroon and it takes a lot to make him turn his nose up at bad food. For me, it was three strikes. I was SHOCKED a few months ago to see this restaurant documented on a special on The Appalachian Trail as one of the better places. I felt compelled to warn the world. I can almost guarantee if this place were built where I live in Richmond, it would go out of business just as quickly as it opened. "Location, location, location" they say... and I guess if it's within such easy access to the trail, they have a constant new customer base.

(276) 475-5319

American (New)

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Blue Blaze Cafe

132 W Laurel St
Damascus, 24236
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(276) 475-5753

American (New), Cheesesteaks, Pizza

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Damascus Old Mill

215 Imboden St
Damascus, 24236
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(276) 475-3745

Bed & Breakfast, Hotels, American (New)

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Creeper Trail Cafe

37077 Chestnut Mountain Rd
Damascus, 24236
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(276) 475-3918

Delis

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Pizza Plus

744 Beaver Dam Rd
Damascus, 24236
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(276) 475-9053

Pizza

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Off the Beaten Path Ice Cream Shoppe

409 Fritz St
Damascus, 24236
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(276) 475-5319

Restaurants

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