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Fredericksburg, Virginia recent comments:

  • Roses, Harry (guest) wrote 5 years ago:
    I worked there in 1988. My first real job. Low pay but loved it.
  • Roses, Roses Asst Mgr (guest) wrote 6 years ago:
    I worked there in mid 1980s. Sad to see it go.
  • Planter's Hotel , Rolf Figowitz (guest) wrote 7 years ago:
    ABRAHAM LINCOLN DID NOT STAY HERE . . . . IT'S A MYTH.
  • Lee Hill Exhibit Center, MorganGray (guest) wrote 9 years ago:
    Site of two massive 30# Parrot Rifles.
  • Big Lots, lennie (guest) wrote 10 years ago:
    i remember when kmart was here
  • Kings Buffet, lennie (guest) wrote 10 years ago:
    this has been changed again to another sushi-buffet style restaurant
  • buybuy BABY, lennie (guest) wrote 10 years ago:
    they closed this location last week :(
  • Patient First, lennie (guest) wrote 10 years ago:
    a patient first clinic now.
  • Tweeter (former), lennie (guest) wrote 10 years ago:
    is now a verizon wireless store
  • The Happy Clam, onefinedesign wrote 11 years ago:
    Barefoot's is open! The restaurant has new owners who have completely remodeled and refurbished it. They have a full, well stocked bar and a menu featuring raw oysters, live lobsters, frog legs, crab bisque, some cajun dishes, fork-tender steaks and more. The food is awesome!
  • Buffett House, Johnay (guest) wrote 11 years ago:
    Sister, actually.
  • The Happy Clam, Johnay (guest) wrote 11 years ago:
    Heard the roof collapsed in back during the heavy snows of the winter of '09-'10, broke a gas line, and caused a fire. Building has a "for lease" sign on it.
  • 925 Caroline Street, Johnay (guest) wrote 11 years ago:
    The store has closed and taken over by the antique mall that was downstairs. They've opened up the old stairs to the lower floor that had been hidden for years.
  • Staples, RTwiford (guest) wrote 11 years ago:
    With the first "Space Invaders" game in town..
  • River Woods, RTwiford (guest) wrote 11 years ago:
    Built on what was then known as "Freeman Farm" in late 70s and initially named Woodlyn Apartments
  • Great Oaks, RTwiford (guest) wrote 11 years ago:
    I misplaced this, please remove sorry, it is for the apartments next to it..
  • Great Oaks, RTwiford (guest) wrote 11 years ago:
    Built on what was then known as "Freeman Farm" in late 70s and initially named Woodlyn Apartments
  • Frederick's restaurant, JSean (guest) wrote 11 years ago:
    Frederick's is closed. As of 2009, the current restaurant is called the "Otter House", managed by the gentlemen who brought you the Sunken Tavern.
  • Texas Steakhouse, lennie (guest) wrote 11 years ago:
    and now being converted into a hibachi-buffet restaurant
  • Sentry Box, CJ Bennett, Wichita, Ks. (guest) wrote 11 years ago:
    This is the a great site! I have been to Fredricksburg several times. I've been through many of histories buildings in Fredricksburg. My brother, George W. Bennett lived west of town. His daughter Janette and her husband Mike Evans live south of Spotsylvania. I must return to Fredricksburg while I still can. I had a most wonderful dining experience at the Chimneys restaurant maybe 20 yrs. ago. Wow! What history in your town. dbennett51@Cox.net