Pies & Pints Pizzeria
Located seemingly everywhere now, Pies & Pints is West Virginia’s premier pizza parlor. What started off as one lone location in Fayetteville WV, Pies & Pints has grown to three locations in the state and penetrated 5 other states.
With pizzas like Grape & Gorgonzola and Chicken Gouda, you can’t help but love this place.
219 West Maple Avenue, Fayetteville, WV 25840
222 Capitol St, Charleston, WV 25301
1002 Suncrest Towne Centre, Morgantown, WV 26505
Jamaican food in WV! Yes! This is what I’ve been waiting for! Here’s how your visit is going to go.
At least how mine went.
If you’re ready for some good ‘ol West Virginia corn whiskey, you’ve come to the right page. Appalachian Distillery makes moonshine the real way.
Don’t walk in expecting an actual yacht club though. The closest body of water that you could get a boat on is roughly 30 miles away. However, there is a boat or two inside this backwoods sports bar that sits on a dirt road.
With his two sons, Rodney Facemire started his vineyards in spring of 1984 and now consist of over six acres that produce 40 tons of grapes annually. Since then, the orchards have been expanded. Blackberry, raspberry and blueberry fields were planted and a rhubarb patch was established.
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Located in Fayetteville between Charleston and Beckley is Bridge Brew Works. Off the beaten path, they’re not exactly easy to find. It’ll be worth the trip though to get their delicious Moxxee Coffee Stout.
Owned by the same wonderful couple that owns Creperi Cafe. Aoleen and Manoli have put together a Pizza/Italian restaurant that will have me coming back for years to come.
This wonderful crepe restaurant has been a monthly staple in my diet for years. Owned by Aoleen and Manoli Stavrulakis. The Manoli’s Greek heritage shines through in the food with delicious Mediterranean cuisine.
Dem 2 Brothers started five years ago on the side of the road in Charleston. Apparently the barbecue was so good, that lines were forming down the road. They have been featured on the Food Network, Zagat.com, and the Leisure Group Travel Magazine.
Fresh farm-to-table comfort food with a modern edge. Their specialties dishes made from ingredients naturally sourced within West Virginia and the Appalachians.
Good brews and a chef that worked in the foody city of Charleston, SC. You can taste the southern influence in this menu. If you really want to experience the best of this restaurant, go for brunch on the weekends.
Located in downtown Charleston, Pies & Pints is Charleston’s premier pizza parlor. With pizzas like Grape & Gorgonzola and Chicken Gouda, you can’t help but love this place.
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