Meet one of the new owners of Oddfellas Cantina in Floyd. Julie Arrington (center) and Kerry Underwood purchased the restaurant today from Rob Neukirch and Michele Morris and will be at the helm when the popular eatery opens for lunch Wednesday.

Julie has worked at Oddfellas as a waitress for a number of years and is also a Realtor and yoga instructor in Floyd. Kerry has been a familiar sight at the Oddfellas in recent days, learning the business from the inside.

As for Rob (below), he will stay busy, playing with local musicans Bernie Coveney and Chris Luster and he will star in the upcoming Mill Mountain Theater production of The Foreigner. Michele will continue her work with the Mt. Rogers Center in Wytheville.

Meet one of the new owners of Oddfellas Cantina in Floyd. Julie Arrington (center) and Kerry Underwood purchased the restaurant today from Rob Neukirch and Michele Morris and will be at the helm when the popular eatery opens for lunch Wednesday.

Julie has worked at Oddfellas as a waitress for a number of years and is also a Realtor and yoga instructor in Floyd. Kerry has been a familiar sight at the Oddfellas in recent days, learning the business from the inside.

As for Rob (below), he will stay busy, playing with local musicans Bernie Coveney and Chris Luster and he will star in the upcoming Mill Mountain Theater production of The Foreigner. Michele will continue her work with the Mt. Rogers Center in Wytheville.

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6 Responses

  1. I dine at Oddfellas frequently and Julie is often our server. I’m happy for her in her new ownership role and wish her the best. I’m sure one of my favorite restaurants will thrive under her management.

  2. How lucky for Oddfellas to have Julie and Kerry. Kerry comes from a long line of down-home Virginia cooks. I have no doubt the cooking talent of the generations is present on the menu.

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