When it comes to dining in Farmville, there are plenty of great options. Here’s a sampling of some of the must-have dishes in town. Farmville’s restaurants have put a spin on a few classic favorites to make them special. Be sure to give these flavorful favorites a try the next time you’re in the area – or you might even want to make a special trip!
Mindy’s Favorite BLT: Featured at a town favorite, The Fishin’ Pig, is a dish that puts a culinary spin on a classic BLT. It’s loaded with fried green tomatoes, brown sugar smoked bacon, Bonnie’s pimento cheese, cilantro-dill remoulade, and lettuce served on grilled Texas toast. The layering of quality, mouthwatering ingredients makes this one of the most popular dishes on the menu. No wonder it’s Mindy’s favorite.
Pimento Cheeseburger: A popular favorite featured at Walker’s Diner. Pimento cheese, also known as “The caviar of the South,” is a thick, creamy spread comprised of pimento peppers and a ton of cheese. Spread it atop a hot burger and you’ve got a Pimento Cheeseburger. Hot, juicy and delicious!
Charley’s “World Famous” Roasted Red Pepper & Crab Soup: This is far from your ordinary crab soup. Found only at Charley’s Waterfront Café, it features sweet roasted red peppers and fresh crabmeat blended with cream and spiced to perfection. This crab soup puts any others to shame. Yes, it’s that good.
Merk’s Breakfast Pizza: Pizza for breakfast? It’s a dream come true at Merk’s Place in downtown Farmville. This dish begins with fresh pizza dough, then it’s topped with cheese and all your breakfast favorites: eggs, bacon, ham or sausage to name a few. Pizza is always a good idea. Have it for breakfast at Merk’s Place, nobody is judging.
Carpetbagger: Head on over to Macado’s and try the Carpetbagger. Known for their unique sandwich creations, Macado’s piles them high with tasty ingredients. The Carpetbagger features sliced steak, melted cheddar, lettuce, tomato, onions and Thousand Island dressing served on French bread. This sandwich is a standout in every which way!