Visit the Grandin Village Farmers Market on Saturday mornings. Lunch inside one of our restaurants, or on outdoor patios in warmer months. And browse an array of independently owned retail and dining establishments, including unique shops offering formal furnishings, fine jewelry, funky antiques and natural foods.
Enjoy local music, beer and food trucks in a laid back atmosphere at Grandin Chillage the last Friday of the summer months. Browse the stacks at Too Many Books, or find the perfect outfit, jewelry or household goods at New To Me. Meet the stars of DIY Network's “Salvage Dawgs" at Black Dog Salvage. After taking a break at our local coffee shop, Little Green Hive, marvel at the beautiful furniture offerings at Reid's Fine Furnishings, then grab a farm to table burger at FarmBurguesa or a gourmet meal with signature wines at Rockfish Food & Wine.
Try local, sustainable eats at Local Roots, Indian cuisine at Taaza Roanoke, or catch a movie in our restored 1930's art deco The Grandin Theatre. Before you leave, enjoy some freshly baked goods made daily On The Rise. They also serve breakfast and lunch along with coffee and espresso. This unique location also houses a variety of local art and hand-picked items.
Whether you’re looking for live music, a family outing, a romantic evening, a great meal, or unique stores, you've come to the right place.
The 1932 Historic Grandin Theatre serves as the hub of Grandin Village
The historic Grandin Theatre serves as the historic and cultural anchor for the Grandin Road Commercial Historic District. Roanoke's first suburban movie house, the theatre opened in 1932 and was renovated in 2002 with support from the community and the Grandin Theatre Foundation. Going digital in 2013, the Grandin shows first run, independent and classic movies.
The Grandin Village is proud to host the only independently operated theater in the region, as well as the one with best popcorn in town! It’s not just about the movies, or the unique business district, or the great surrounding neighborhoods. For the merchants and residents in Grandin Village it is about the community, the history and the people. And sharing all we have to offer with our visitors and patrons. We're glad you're here!
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According to the WorldPropertyChannel.com, in 2014 Grandin Village in Roanoke came in #5 on the list of the top 10 Valentine's Day Getaways in the world. We beat out Venice, Hong Kong, Bali, Nashville and Shangai!
Join the neighborhood folks who make it a point to visit the Grandin Village Farmers Market (GVFM) on Saturdays from 8 a.m. until noon, April through mid-November, for local food and music. The GVFM supports regional, sustainable agriculture by connecting the public with local farmers and other producers in a vibrant and economically viable marketplace. From November to March, the market meets every third Saturday from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the parking lot behind the CoLab. Recipients of SNAP, Pandemic-EBT, WIC, and Medicaid receive an additional dollar to spend on fresh fruits and vegetables for every dollar they spend at market.
The Grandin Theatre, Roanoke's first suburban movie house, opened in 1932 and was renovated in 2002 with support from the community and the Grandin Theatre Foundation. Going digital in 2013, the Grandin shows first run, independent and classic movies.You can add your name to the Walk of Fame Stars engraved in the front sidewalk and enjoy the best popcorn in the Blue Ridge!
For the last 30 years, is our unofficial Mayor and Angel of Grandin Village was Mr. James Hunter Tarpley, a resident of the Grandin Village area. Mr. Tarpley took care of the merchants and visitors to the Village doing odd jobs, and was always ready with a friendly smile, to offer directions or assistance and to tell you anything you wanted to know about the happenings in the Village. He even has our local park named after him! Sadly, Mr. Tarpley passed away in late 2019, but he is remembered by a painting of him on the outside of Rockfish Food & Wine which often has flowers placed at the base from residents and visitors showing their love.