Wildwood Farms Daylilies and General Store is located just south of Floyd (about 5 miles) on Rte. 221. We have field grown daylilies, live music, garden decor and gift items, local produce, a great lunch menu and so much more. Our gardens, with over 600 varieties of blooming daylilies, have been a landmark in Floyd County since 2000. In 2013, we added our General Store which compliments our daylily selection with a large selection of unique garden décor and gift items. We also added our kitchen which serves BBQ, Hunt Brothers Pizza, hot dogs, burgers and a large variety…
Asian-Caribbean fusion, Chinese Take Out, fresh seafood, farm to table produce, unique specials, vegan/vegetarian friendly, dietary need friendly.
Fat Spoon Cafe serves up an inexpensive Buffet with exquisite entrees, salads, and more with a Vegetarian and Vegan friendly concept. We serve up a full variety of well prepared meat dishes as well. Comfort Foods from my childhood, growing up in the South and Southwest, and spending a career opening high end restaurants in the Caribbean and much of the Gulf Coast as a chef. We strive to bring farm fresh foods to the table daily with our own 3 acre farm and several local Farms like Fertile Crescent Farm and Black Sheep Farm just miles from Floyd.…
Homemade Ice Cream Parlor
Sunday 1pm - 6pm
Friday 3pm - 10pm
Saturday 1pm - 10pm
Hours: Mon-Sat: 5:00AM-11:00PM
A cozy and inviting coffee house, the Loft offers a full espresso menu with many artisan style coffee drinks created by our friendly and knowledgeable staff.
The Loft also features the Old Crow Espresso – a seasonal espresso project developed by manager Rose McCutchan and Red Rooster Coffee Roaster – as well as drip coffees and single cup pour-overs from Red Rooster’s Organic & Fair Trade offerings.
The Black Water Loft is the coffee shop that every small town needs. We’re very proud of our delicious specialty coffee, baked goods, professional service, and friendly atmosphere. We hope…
The Blue Ridge Restaurant is located in the former Floyd County Bank Building and dates back to the end of the 19th century. Originally built around 1897 and then extended in the early 1900’s this was the home of the Floyd County Bank and then, in the early 1920’s, the Citizen’s Bank.
The building became a restaurant in the late 1920’s but retained the bank vault which, to this day, was utilized as a walk-in cooler. (How cool!)
Oddfella's stage attracts national recording acts while continuing to showcase the great wealth of local talent of Floyd. There is Wi-Fi internet available, enjoy lunch and get some work done at the same time.
Oddfellas' relaxed atmosphere and fantastic whole foods make a remarkable venue for live music. Specializing in "Appalachian Latino" cuisine, organic and local,vegetarian dishes and all natural meats, Oddfellas has something for everyone, so come and experience Floyd...
Offering over 45 different flavors of fudge, more than 80 mouthwatering chocolates, 20 amazing artisan chocolates, and more candy than you can imagine!