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Museu de Arte
“The permanent collection of more than 2,000 works of art includes prominent 19th- and early 20th-century American art, as well as significant modern and contemporary art, photography, design, and decorative arts, and several smaller collections including Southern folk art.[6] The American art collection dates from the mid-19th through the second quarter of the 20th century, providing exemplary works from the Hudson River, American Realism, American Impressionism, and Arts and Crafts art movements; works by self-taught artists are a small but important subsection to this collection. American artists include Thomas Eakins, Winslow Homer, Childe Hassam, Maurice Prendergast, John Singer Sargent,”
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“Great vegetarian options as well as a full, wonderful menu. Catch a movie next door at the Grandin theater. ”
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Bar
“You will probably need a reservation but the wait is worth it! The bartenders are all mixologists so you can start the evening off with the perfect drink. The farm to table cuisine is superb. This is a favorite with great music and a very relaxed vibe.”
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Restaurante
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“Award Winning Food & Atmosphere Blue 5 is your destination for fine food, craft beer and great live music.”
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Padaria
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“Another awesome local coffee shop that has a lovely menu as well! Built in an old historic home, the feel of this place is very cozy and you can either be out in the middle of the crowd or tuck away in a corner or unused meeting room. Keep an eye out for events here!”
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Restaurante Americano
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“They have a great menu here for a Live Music venue location. Most venues are free. Located in downtown Roanoke.”
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Zoo
“Hours and Prices Starting April 1, Mill Mountain Zoo will be open 7 days a week from 10am-5pm, with admissions ending at 4pm. The Zoo Choo will be running Fridays-Sundays, weather and temperature permitting. Check the home page for weather and holiday related closures. Admission prices are $10 for adults, $8 for children 3-11 and children 2 and under are free. Seniors are $9.25. We support our military! Anyone who presents their military ID card will receive 10% off their admission. Any patron that visits the Don & Barbara Smith Children’s Museum located at Center in the Square and brings their receipt to the Mill Mountain Zoo will receive $1.00 off admission; and, patrons of the Zoo that visit the Children’s Museum and bring their Zoo receipt will receive $1.00 off admission.”
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“Excellent eats and brews right on the Roanoke River Greenway - patio also available.”
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History Museum
“Admissions Rates: $10.00 adults (19-59) $8.00 seniors (age 60+) $8.00 students with student ID (19-25) $8.00 youth (13-18) $6.00 children (ages 3-12) Members and Kids under 3 visit for free!”
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“Best Sliders and Fries in town. Funky bohemian décor. You'll be back. . . ”
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Cinema
“Super cool old fashioned architecture. There's a great mix of independent and modern films in popular Grandin court area. Several restaurants and shops nearby to make for a nice evening or rainy day activity.”
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Bar
“Adirondack chairs and fire pits right on the Roanoke River Greenway! Great food and drinks. Deck dining and occasional live entertainment.”
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Lugar para comer hambúrguer
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“Excellent burgers and brews in a hip part of Old Southwest. Patio seating also available.”
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Bar
“Creative, excellent food and interesting cocktails! Small but upscale neighborhood restaurant. Reservations recommended. A few tables outside...and you may bring your dog but call first!”
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Espaço de apresentações artísticas
“Grand facility with 1920s stylings hosts live performances including opera, jazz & popular music.”
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History Museum
“The photographs. Amazing. Dedicated to the photography of O. Winston Link, the 20th century railroad photographer widely considered the master of the juxtaposition between steam railroading and rural culture.”
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