We started this campaign, called “Faces of Local”, to highlight our businesses and to show the faces of those who work there. This campaign reached across many types of localities, from restaurants, to shops, to service industries. All of these Downtown Wytheville locations offer something special and unique to their customers and patrons. We hope you enjoy this listing to learn more about the great places in Downtown Wytheville.
Pictured from 7 Dogs Brewpub is Thomas Wingo, Manager, with Jenny Hill, the Assistant Manager and Matt Umberger, the Brewmaster. 7Dogs offers a family-friendly atmosphere and hosts fun activities and entertainment such as SINGO, Trivia, and Live Music on select nights! Also, guests can expect at least 12 different varieties of craft beer on tap including award winning Ales and Lagers as well as IPAs, Sours, Stouts, Wheat Beers, and Porters just to name a few. For your furry friends, their beer garden is always open. Their full service restaurant includes a wide range of foods including appetizers, burgers, tacos, soups, salads, gluten-free options, and more. Treats for your dogs are available too! Check out their merchandise section for the perfect Christmas gift as well! Whether you’re looking for entertainment and craft beer or a restaurant with a variety of food, 7 Dogs Brewpub has it! https://7dogsbrewpubva.com/
Meet David Clark, Founder and President of Seven Sisters Brewery who is the proud recipient of the Wytheville-Wythe-Bland Chamber of Commerce’s Entrepreneur of the Year Award for 2020. Also, pictured is Joe Hayes, the Head Brewer at Seven Sisters who does excellent work creating a wide array of craft beer, with a focus on German and Belgian-styles. Seven Sisters has live music, trivia, and other events. Local food trucks frequently visit and have some of the best food around at Seven Sisters too!! Be sure to visit; you are welcome to bring your pets too! Opening hours are Tuesdays thru Fridays from 4 pm to 9 pm, Saturdays from 12 pm to 10 pm, and Sundays from 12 pm to 7 pm! Check them out at sevensistersbreweryva.com.
Where else might you see David? He manages Skeeter’s “World Famous Hotdogs”, does part-time marketing and community development work for HOPE (Helping Overcome Poverty’s Existence), and helps with Open Door Cafe. We are thankful for so many in our community who take such an active part in making our community special!
Looking for a place to eat that has a lot of history? Skeeter’s “World Famous Hotdogs” is a place that has served travelers and locals to the tune of almost 10 million Skeeterdogs over the period of 95 years! David Clark, owner of Seven Sisters Brewery, manages Skeeter’s. Pictured are his helpful staff who help continue this tradition and serve their famous red hotdogs along with sandwiches, barbeque, and chili beans. If you are looking for a quick bite for lunch or for a nostalgic experience, stop by Skeeter’s for a couple of Skeeterdogs and a side of fries! They are open Monday thru Saturday from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. http://www.skeetershotdogs.com/
Moon Dog Brick Oven of Wytheville is a relaxing and welcoming restaurant in beautiful Downtown Wytheville just minutes from the Interstate. The building and décor uses jerseys, hats, and pictures to show off their dedication to local schools and businesses. There, you can enjoy indoor dining or patio seating. Their doors are open seven days a week, and they offer daily specials. All dishes are prepared in the kitchen from appetizers and salads to pizzas, calzones, and subs, and they offer gluten free options. They also have 12 taps, serving pints and pitchers of beer, which pair well with wings and pizza of course. Moon Dog is a family-friendly location to enjoy watching your favorite sports on 55 inch TVs. Enjoy this spacious place full of delicious food! As always, we are happy to share with you another location for our “Faces of Local”. Pictured are managers, Lisa Alford (left) and Jesse Johnson (right). https://moondogbrickoven.com/
Before joining Downtown Wytheville, Tina Gregory-Williams began her business as a hobby in her home eight years ago. Then, two years ago, Downtown Wytheville welcomed her to 155 East Main Street where she continues to thrive. In her store, Glitz N Glam Boutique, you will find affordable and stylish fashions for women from sizes small to 3X, exclusive handmade jewelry, accessories, Simply Southern collection, and other gift ideas for the entire family! Her store also offers gift certificates and accepts payments through Sezzle, PayPal, and all major credit cards.
In this store, you will find friendly staff to help you with your gifting ideas this holiday season, or while you’re there, you will likely find something for yourself. That’s perfectly fine too. We are happy to have this store in our town as another way to love local. https://glitznglam.commentsold.com/
Meet Tonya Riggins, owner of Devoted To You Boutique, located at 145 West Main Street. She has a love of community and offers women’s clothing, shoes, accessories, bath & body, home goods, and much more!
Her store hours are from Tuesday through Friday, 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Saturday, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. https://devotedtoyou12.com/
Let’s face it! Skincare is important! meet Kelsey Robert, owner of Wytheville About Face, where you can shop for your skincare and weight loss needs. They offer Obagi skin care products, gift merchandise, CBD products, and gift certificates. If that was not enough, they even provide facials and massages by appointment! All major credit cards are accepted along with Sezzle as another payment option. You never know what you may find in this place! I mean, you’ll even find that they have Virginia Diner Peanuts! Stop on by to find out more or shop online at wythevilleaboutface.commentsold.com. You will be glad that you did!
Meet Lily Formato, founder of Formato Fine Arts, located in Downtown Wytheville at 100 West Main Street. She has a beautiful location to visit, or you can shop online. If you prefer to shop online, visit formatoart.com. You can also book an art lesson from this website as well. These lessons go from beginner to intermediate for oil/acrylic painting lessons. Whether buying art or creating your own, Formato Fine Arts has you covered!
Petals Wytheville celebrated a BIG anniversary this year in Downtown Wytheville, marking their 10th anniversary!!! Teresa Campbell, owner of Petals, offers many great gift ideas for any of your friends or family members. Stop in for an assortment of gift ideas from a great selection of wine and craft beer to home décor, plants, and florals. Or how about a gourmet food basket with wine, flowers, and Ashe County cheese delivered to your loved ones for the holidays? Petals is located at 160 Tazewell Street and is open Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Saturday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Visit Petals online as well at petalsofwytheville.com
Meet Lisa Crowgey! She serves as the Artistic Director and Rachel Crowgey Wilson serves as the Musical Director of Lisa’s School of Performing Arts. Having been in business for more than 30 years, Lisa’s School of Performing Arts is home of the national award winning competition, Wythe Rhythm. Lisa’s School offers quality dance classes, including ballet, tap, jazz, musical theatre, contemporary, hip hop, and Irish and also offers gymnastics! They give lessons to many ages from 18 months old to adults. Find out more from www.lisasschool.com or by calling 276.228.3586.
Did you know that Wytheville is the birthplace of a First Lady!? Mrs. Edith Bolling Wilson, wife of President Woodrow Wilson, was born in our town. Groups and individuals can tour Mrs. Wilson’s birthplace at the original 1840s home at The Edith Bolling Wilson Birthplace Museum in Downtown Wytheville, located at 145 East Main Street. They offer educational programs and events, including a living history reenactment where talented actors brings Edith’s story to life. Executive Director, Morgan Herbert, will be glad to share with you more about this interesting place and how a First Lady went from Wytheville to the White House! Learn more at edithbollingwilson.org or call (276) 223-3484 to schedule a tour! Also, their gift nook offers an array of books, toys, apparel, souvenirs, and memorabilia! This is a great place to shop for unique gift ideas!
Meet the faces of Carilion Clinic Physical Therapy – Wytheville, located at 178 West Main St. These faces are the providers for your therapy needs at our clinic. We offer care for orthopedic pain and injury, sports injuries, post-surgical rehab, back and neck pain, chronic pain, stroke, neurological diseases, brain injury and concussion, generalized weakness, balance and vestibular disorders. Some of their specialties include LSVT Big, a program specialized for Parkinson’s disease. We also specialize in Mechanical Diagnosis and Therapy, also better known as the McKenzie Method, for neck and back pain. They have recently expanded their specialties and are excited to offer lymphedema management and pelvic health! Contact our office at (276) 228-3258 for more information or talk to your doctor for a referral for therapy.
Counts Drug Store is Wytheville’s choice for personal attention provided by a friendly and professional staff. They are a locally-owned and operated corner drug store that has been serving the community since 1954! They are dedicated to providing our community with outstanding customer service and unmatched prescription and compounding services. Their staff will make it as easy as possible to get the medication you need, including the billing. They will bill Medicare and most insurance companies. They offer medication therapy management and free in-town delivery services for all medications. Stop by and let them take care of you! Pictured is Kristi Weisiger, Pharmacy Manager, who is there to help; they are open Monday thru Friday, 9 a.m. – 7 .m., Saturday, 9 a.m. – 5 p.m., and Sunday from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. http://www.countsdrugstore.com
Curves recently joined our downtown district! Caroline Simmons began working for Curves in Nashville years ago, while she was acting at Nashville’s renowned Wild Horse Saloon. From there, she caught the attention of Curves International Directors in 2009 and began working for Curves International, leading training sessions and establishing new Curves facilities in Europe and the Middle East.