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Gracie's Place

980 Millwood Pike

Winchester, VA

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Winchester Restaurant History

The following restaurants have previously occupied or currently occupy this location.

Tuesday, October 19, 2010

Place is clean, staff is friendly, but the food was very disapointing. The potato soup tasted like it was out of a can. Sandwich was okay. I probably won't go back. — Anonymous Reviewer

Wednesday, August 11, 2010

My family and I went to have dinner at Gracies and as always were very pleased with the food and friendlyness of everyone there. The subs we all got were great. Both the white rolls and the wheat rolls had great taste, I do however, prefer the wheat, just personal preference. We had a turkey sub that was loaded with meat and the vegetables on it were really fresh and tasted great. We also had a steak and cheese that was loaded with once again great flavored meat and vegetables. The fries were done just right as were the onion rings. The Cream of Crab soup was outstanding. The place was very clean which I find very important and everyone was friendly and courteous. I also enjoyed the oldie music they had playing. We will definately be going back and will be spreading the word about the good food and friendly service that Gracies always provides. — Anonymous Reviewer

Monday, August 9, 2010

the worst subs known to man. the reviews it gets i cant figure them out. The bread was not fresh and the meat was okay but hardly anything on the sub. there is a lot better subs places in winchester. Im from NJ there is only one place in winchester that makes a sub like back at home. Gracie's is not it — Anonymous Reviewer

Friday, August 6, 2010

Gracie's Place is completely acceptable. It's recently been renovated (it used to be a Waffle House), so the interior is crisp and clean. The decor is suggestive of a Fifties diner, but it's a bit short of the mark. There's the white tables and red chairs and long bench seat, but not enough chrome or jukeboxes. A small warning: The bench seat is a good few inches lower than the chairs, so have the tallest member of your party sit on it (or sit at the chair-only tables at the far end of the restaurant). Also, the hanging "rock and roll" foil decorations are cheesy in a bad way--a little half-hearted. But it's clean, which is the most important for a restaurant. This is an "order at the counter, pay at the register" place. The counter is long and open, with all of the cooking and other preparation done in plain sight. Cooking was surprisingly fast, though the check-out process took a good while (no line, but the workers were all busy with other tasks to check us out for a good five minutes). The cheeseburger was acceptable. My dining companion's steak and cheese was "okay", he said. The fries were good, crunchy on the outside, soft on the inside. The mozzarella sticks were exactly what you'd expect. The vegetable soup was, in reality, a beef-vegetable soup, with a watery and not very flavorful base. We assumed that the "corn cakes" would be hush puppies, but we were wrong. They were some kind of sweetened corn mixture (with whole corn kernels) deep fried and served with (probably faux-maple) syrup. They weren't terrible, but they were too sweet for my taste, even without the syrup. I'd have preferred sweet corn cakes without the extra sugar/sweetener. The corn cakes were by no means bad, just not something we'd get again. This was a little surprising, since they were the only slightly out-of-the-ordinary thing we ordered. Usually, when a restaurant has something different, it's awesome. I guess they came in frozen on a truck with the french fries, mozzarella sticks, and hamburgers. The service was friendly and the prices not so high (though a better meal of the same type can be had in Winchester for far less at a joint like Papermill Place--and that's with full, sit-down restaurant service). Again, it's thoroughly acceptable. If you need a diner-type lunch, it won't disappoint, but neither will it wow. We likely won't go back. — Anonymous Reviewer

Monday, July 19, 2010

I took my mom and dad when they visited this weekend because of all the 5 star reviews. They were all spot on! Gracie's is the most friendly restuarant in town! I'm very picky about bread and I found their sandwiches to be fresh and delicious. The shakes (with real ice cream) were excellant as well. :) — Anonymous Reviewer

Wednesday, June 30, 2010

Great Stuff, Cheap! Usually my reviews are a little long winded, but this sums it up nicely! Service is great! — Anonymous Reviewer

Wednesday, June 30, 2010

Huge subs and friendly service. I had a whole turkey sub but it was too much food for me to finish it. The place was clean and our food came quickly. I would recommend to anyone who wants to try a new place to eat in town. — Anonymous Reviewer

Saturday, June 12, 2010

Everything we ordered was tasty. They were extremely busy but the food was prepared quickly. The tuna was really tasty and the cheesesteak was great and HUGE! We all loved our chocolate shakes. Great place to go for a good lunch. — Anonymous Reviewer

Wednesday, June 2, 2010

Food was really good, service was even better. Great friendly people, and a very clean place. I was somewhat disappointed though that when you order a sub, you don't get anything with it. Would have expected you get a bag of chips! Will go back though as the food was delicious. — Anonymous Reviewer

Tuesday, June 1, 2010

Today was my first time, and I was really impressed with the value, quality of the food, friendliness of the staff, and cleanliness of the restaurant. They give you a lot of good food for a reasonable price and far exceed any of the other subs in or near Winchester. The special is a great deal, and I will definitely return. — Anonymous Reviewer