Fork in the Alley Review

One of the restaurants we visited on our Sisters Weekend in Roanoke, Virginia was The Fork in the Alley. Cool little spot for lunch or dinner. Although, it's not easy to find because it’s tucked into an alley next to a 7-11 and isn't where you would expect a restaurant. It's nestled on Crystal Spring Ave. in Roanoke.

Fork in the Alley
We arrived there mid-afternoon on a Saturday and it was busy. There isn’t a ton of parking as the only parking is along the street. We had to go around the block just to find the FITA but we did and found a parking space fairly close. The ambience is quirky and fun. We were seated fairly quickly. The menu is pretty basic. We decided to order a Hawaiian Brick Oven Pizza. It was big and tasty. Our waitress was attentive and kind.

All in all a good restaurant to visit and would probably go again when I'm in Roanoke just to try their burgers.
This bench is outside the restaurant and if you look close you can see their logo.
Thanks for taking the time to read our blog ~ Kelly Jo


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