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The Hotel Roanoke & Conference Center, Curio Collection by Hilton

Regency Room Restaurant

Dining and drinks

1882 Lobby Bar

Named for the year in which The Hotel Roanoke first opened its doors, 1882 delivers subtle hints of past lore through a collection of authentic pre-prohibition cocktails paired with modern-day mixology. A bespoke collection of draft brews include a special Hotel Roanoke pilsner as well as premium wines by the glass to complete the beverage experience. Whether small plates or a selection from the full menu, guests may partake in American Rustic cuisine from the adjacent Pine Room.

1882 offers intimate yet unpretentious service set in a design that draws from the rich inspiration of an elegant train station – referencing the Norfolk and Western Railway. Captivating live entertainment by local artists set the tone under the restored night sky mural as seen in the pre-1939 hotel.

STEAM Coffee + Eatery

This vibrant grab-and-go coffee shop in The Hotel Roanoke & Conference Center is the newest addition to the historic property’s dining venues. STEAM is an authorized purveyor of Starbucks® and is open daily at 6 a.m.

Admire the region's treasured rail heritage in the design and themes at STEAM Coffee + Eatery. Short-term parking is available at the Wells Avenue Entrance.

3 Baristas in Front of the STEAM Coffee Menu

The Pine Room

Offering an Authentic Taste of Virginia's Blue Ridge

Welcome to the historic and brand new Pine Room! Once a writing room, a World War II Officer's Club and a Pub, the new Pine Room features an open kitchen that is the star of the show, as the Pine Room Chefs are on full display entertaining guests as their meal is prepared.

Guests will find the familiar comforts of the space they remember with the exposed historic pine wood paneling matched with our Hotel Roanoke four-diamond service that’s refined but relaxed, and a dining experience that’s unpretentious, delicious, and exciting.

The Regency Room

Make a statement in The Regency Room each time you dine. Opened in 1938, The Regency Room has remained at the heart of the Roanoke social and cultural life. The restaurant, under the direction of Executive Chef Stephen DeMarco, features French-inspired Southern cuisine and is open year-round, including holidays.
Regency Room Restaurant