1. I have an interview at Carilion next week and will be driving in. Anyone know of nice places to eat that are reasonably priced. I've heard The Home Place is nice as well a some downtown spots. Anywhere else? Nice place to work?/Live?
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  3. by   Atheos
    If you are talking Roanoke, try Luigi's. It's on 221 (Brambleton). Awesome Italian food and I am an Italian food snob. It makes Olive Garden look like that hot dog guy on the corner

    Not too expensive but kinda crowded on Fridays and the weekend. NEver been there any other time. They are only open for dinner though.

    There may be better. I'm not a Roanoke native.
  4. by   WildcatFanRN
    Italian food that's reasonably priced, and good is hard to find LOL. Olive Garden, I love the soup and breadsticks. Used to like the food, but the last time I went I wasn't impressed.

    I read that there is a trolley from the hospital to downtown, does it run on weekends?
  5. by   Aneroo
    I've talked to you about Greenville, not sure if you've already done Roanoke yet or not.
    My family is insane over some Famous Anthonys for breakfast and the Texas Tavern. My mom collects all sorts of Texas Tavern stuff!
  6. by   WildcatFanRN
    Texas Tavern??????? Hmmmmm........sounds good.

    Know any good buffet's. I think there is an Indian place I saw online that has a lunch buffet.....
  7. by   Aneroo
    Quote from WildcatFanRN
    Texas Tavern??????? Hmmmmm........sounds good.

    Know any good buffet's. I think there is an Indian place I saw online that has a lunch buffet.....
    It's a tiny hole in the wall mom and pop burger/hot dog place. But dayum good!
  8. by   WildcatFanRN
    We ate tonight at Great 611 Steak Co. While driving around Tanglewood Mall we saw a place called Cheeburger Cheeburger. I've never heard of the place, but I wish we had found it before we ate at the other place LOL. We definately over spent at this place, even though the food was ok.
  9. by   WildcatFanRN
    Well, my interview..actually interviews went ok IMO. So now the waiting begins. I do need to send either thank you cards, or thank you emails. Hmmm can you send thank you emails?
  10. by   Aneroo
    I would do cards! I would print mine on resume paper and mail it in.
  11. by   smn2010
    never send a thank you card; although you can send an email with your letter attached. always a letter of thanks while also including a paragraph about your strengths, why you would be an asset, etc. to "help" the interviewer to remember you--especially if there were several interviews for the same position. also, don't forget to include a telephone contact number.

    good luck! i hope you get the job--if it is truly what you want.
  12. by   WildcatFanRN
    Thanks. I had heard thank you cards, but a thank you letter does seem more professional.
  13. by   WildcatFanRN
    I'm hoping I get at least one offer. I personally think my interviews went very well. I also thought the questions I asked were thoughtful and showed I had researched things. I was told it could take two weeks to hear anything back. LOL talk about a long two weeks.....
  14. by   paolountalan26

    I am a newly graduate nurse who's about to have an interview at the Cairlion Clinic in Va next week. Do you know what questions will be asked of me??? Anyone here who had an interview with Carilion Clinic. I really want to get the job.

    Any help will be greatly appreciated.