The first Macado's restaurant was opened in 1978 by Richard Macher in downtown Roanoke, Virginia. It soon became popular for its eclectic ambiance of ... More
The first Macado's restaurant was opened in 1978 by Richard Macher in downtown Roanoke, Virginia. It soon became popular for its eclectic ambiance of cartoon, antique, and local nostalgic decor, as well as its wide array of hearty yet modestly-priced sandwiches, subs, and entrees. Popular with the college crowd, the restaurant opened additional locations near Virginia Tech, Radford University, and Roanoke College. Locations were added at the rate of one or two per year, including those in neighboring West Virginia and North Carolina. Some Macado's are located in malls, such as Mercer Mall in Bluefield, Grand Pavilion in Roanoke, and Concord Mills in North Carolina (near Lowe's Motor Speedway). Other locations cater to the downtown business crowd, such as Farmville and Galax. Still independently-owned, Macado's now operates restaurants in Central and Southwest Virginia, West Virginia, North Carolina, and just recently opened its newest location in Bristol, Tennessee. The already-lengthy menu has been changed and expanded over the years, and several events have grown in popularity, such as the Macado's Annual St. Patrick's Day Party and the Macado's Halloween Party. Loyal customers have made Macado's part of their own traditions as well! Just to be there....
This was one of the most disgusting meals I have ever had. There isn t one point of this meal that I couldn t stop ranting about. The atmosphere was great though, if you like a loud, sports bar atomosphere, which I do. The service was terrible. Waited 15mins to be greated...10 more to get our soft drinks...the food came out quickly seeing as how it was just sandwiches. Make sure you have everything you need before that server leaves the table, because there is no check back to see if you do need something. Needless to say I wouldn t recommend dining here!
The food is exactly what satisfies-- there are hot soups and foods for the cold months, and plenty of cold sandwiches for the warm months. I enjoy Macado's b/c it's a relatively cheap meal out, but the loud atmosphere is definitely not for everyone.
Good food... not astoundingly good, but good. Most things are well priced.... It's loud there, which I don't mind at all but not everybody would like. They have good desserts, too. The sandwiches are very good, and service can be quick or less quick depending on how busy it is, but the servers work hard and are friendly. The nacho supreme is excellent, as are some sandwiches that are really good.
If you want lots of choices then this is your place. All of the sandwiches good with plenty to eat. One of the last remaining restaurants in Boone that allows smoking - but the smoking area at the bar is so small it doesn't affect the air in the restaurant. One of my favorites!
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