By Christi Wayne and Charlie Whitescarver
Special to The Roanoke Times
It is at least a half-hour drive to Narrows from our home, but it’s one we haven’t minded making since we discovered Anna’s Restaurant.
Located in the heart of small Narrows, Anna’s country atmosphere and friendly staff welcome customers when they walk through the door. Anna’s is a big restaurant, and once you taste the food on the buffet, you will know why there is a lot of seating. Owners Jerry and Anna Frazier said December will mark their 30th year in business.
Antique household items, photographs and flower arrangements decorate the walls and hang from the ceiling. Sound travels across the wood floor, but we did not find it bothersome. Aromas from the kitchen tease. At any given time, there are likely to be families, businessmen and police officers among the patrons – a sure sign that this is a good place to eat.
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Have you been to Anna’s? What’s your take on the place?