Known for small-batch spirits and hand-pressed juices utilizing fresh and local fruits and herbs, Tin 202 is definitely on the list to try. On the food side, they specialize in Tapas style and light-plates using local ingredients. Only 1 of 2 “Fine Dining” places on our list in Morgantown, it’s the perfect place to get away from the noise of the college students.
202 High St, Morgantown, WV 26505
West-Whitehill Winery, founded in 1981, has established a tradition of producing fine wines from French-American hybrid grapes grown in the cool, dry, sunny climate of the South Branch Valley in the Potomac Highlands of eastern West Virginia.
Hill & Hollow specializes in creating global cuisine from locally grown ingredients and elevating Appalachian cuisine among the pantheon of world flavors. It’s also probably one of the only restaurants in WV where you’ll hear the term “molecular gastronomy”.
Located an hour south of Morgantown, Lambert’s Winery is truly a unique place. The winery is constructed from hand cut stones gathered from various parts of West Virginia. It’s a beautiful place to host a wedding or any other event.
Forks of Cheat Winery in Morgantown is one of West Virginia’s, if not the biggest, winery. Established in 1990, they started with a production of less than an acre and has grown to almost sixteen acres.
Mead, or honey wine, is widely accepted to be the oldest form of alcohol. Like the idea of dragons, and their fondness for maidens, mead seems to have been created independently by different cultures all around the world. Mountain Dragon Mazery brings these ancient archetypes into the modern age, producing delightfully flavorful wines.
Stefano’s is an Italian Morgantown gem that is difficult to find. Hint, it’s underneath the bowling alley.
Sporting several restaurant accolades that are too long to list, Black Bear Burritos is so good, it was once a staple to my college aged pregame diet. That alone is proof enough that Black Bear Burritos will not disappoint. If that’s not enough, keep reading.
Known for small-batch spirits and hand-pressed juices utilizing fresh and local fruits and herbs, Tin 202 is definitely on the list to try. On the food side, they specialize in Tapas style and light-plates using local ingredients.
The Morgantown Brewing Company is West Virginia's oldest operating brewery after it was re-opened by Art Gallagher in 2009. WVU alumni owned and operated, they currently offer ten craft brews in its arsenal with several seasonal brews and small-batch special brews released every week.
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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