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Washington Street Pub: The pub offers a quality selection of beers (including Guinness, Harp and Smithwicks), Irish whiskeys and scotches, and lots of local West Virginia brews and hooch.
Spare Time Sports Bar & Grille: Follow your WVA Mountaineers, Thundering Herd, Greenbrier East Spartans and Greenbrier West Cavaliers at Spare Time for Football and Basketball.
Sweet Shoppe: Your local downtown bar, the Sweet Shoppe is a great place with a good atmosphere, and great service.
“Long, skinny dive bar frequented by locals. Cool fish tank, cheap drinks, and the best crinkle cut fries and chicken chunks in the world. Music every weekend, no cover. Plenty of TVs to watch the game. Go on a Wednesday and catch Corey Lee hosting open mic night. I tend to avoid Thursday karaoke.” – Jason J
930 Washington West. Lewisburg, West Virginia
Alfredo’s: Pizza, calzones, spaghetti, lasagna, stuffed shells, parmigiana, burgers…
413 Greenbrier Valley Mall, Lewisburg, WV
789 Main Street East. White Sulphur Springs, West Virginia
Asylum: A burger with a side of fries has been America’s quintessential year-round comfort food for over a half century, and the Asylum in downtown Lewisburg is turning heads with “Burger of the Week”. Restaurant owner, Colin Rose, and manager, Paula Marie Thomas,feature a different burger every week in all their delicious glory. The formulas are pretty classic, but executed perfectly, and with an unabashed tendency for the indulgent. They are all served with a side of traditional fries, sweet potato fries, or onion rings.
Serving lunch, dinner, coffee and drinks, this special spot is a bar and restaurant (sport bar). It has 3 floors & live music weekly! Go watch the game on their 80″ TV! Rent their decks or The Cellar!
Open everyday at 11am
399 E. Randolph St.
Blackwell’s: A Lewisburg staple, drop in Blackwell’s for a taste of local. The AM menu includes pastries, handmade stuffed croissants, danishes, quiche and specialty breads. For lunch, you’ll always find something hot and hearty on special along with sandwiches, soups, salads and a regular selection of dessert favorites such as cheesecake, tiramisu, cookies and cupcakes.
For pizza lovers, Blackwell’s offers a selection of specialty pies (regular and gluten free crusts) along with a complete list of al la carte toppings from artichoke hearts and grilled eggplant to pepperoni and smoked chicken.
China Palace: (pictured above) Family owned and operated, China Palace offers all you can eat buffet, sushi, and a menu!
Thursday-Tuesday, 11am-9pm. Sunday: 11am-8:30pm. Closed Wednesday.
409 N Jefferson St, Lewisburg, West Virginia
Del Sol Cantina and Grille: Serving fresh authentic Latin cuisine and specialty pizzas. Great food, amazing drinks, fun atmosphere. Indoor and patio dining.
Mon-Fri 11-close, Sat 11-close.
206 W Washington St. Downtown Lewisburg, WV.
Food & Friends: (pictured above) Nestled in historic downtown Lewisburg, Food & Friends specializes in classic America cuisine.
Tuesday-Saturday: 11am-3:30pm and 4:30p-9pm
213 W. Washington St.
Hill and Holler: Made famous by their wood-fired pizzas, heeping salads and daily specials featuring fresh, local ingredients. For those who love a finger-licking-good appetizer; the Hill and Holler team has mastered the art of chicken wings. Insider’s tip: ask for all the dipping sauces on the side. Local craft beer and wine. Live music on select nights and outdoor seating when the weather if just right. Open for lunch and dinner.
Landings: (pictured above) Located inside the Greenbrier Valley Airport, this is Lewisburg’s newest eatery serving American and Caribbean foods. It has beautiful décor with a rustic Appalachian theme and is an excellent choice for lunch, dinner, or simply to enjoy gourmet desserts, cappuccinos, and cocktails. Types of food: American, Caribbean, Steaks, Seafood, Burgers. An in-house bakery with fresh breads and pastries. Unique dining.
Mon-Sat 11-3, Mon-Thu 5-9:30pm, Fri-Sat 5:30-9:30pm. Call for winter hours.
102 E Washington St. Lewisburg, WV
Stuart’s Smokehouse & Seafood: Located on the Greenbrier River, outside of Alderson, WV. Known for Stuarts Smoked Ribs, Pulled Pork, Brisket, Hot Dawgs, Seafood, Hog Balls. Huge covered deck done in bamboo, stage and tiki bar. Live entertainment, Slot Machines.
Taste of Heaven Bakery & Cheese Shop: A bakery and deli that serves sandwiches daily. Let their culinary team prepare some great dishes for you.
12622 Seneca Trail (Rt 219 N), Maxwelton, WV.
Road Hog’s Barbeque: This joint has jammed with folks diving into steak and cheese made the “hog” way, Big D Burgers, and pulled pork sandwiches. The establishment’s back area has been revamped into a 4-season porch and kept toasty with ceiling gas heaters. There’s also 4 mounted TVs and good tunes playing on the speakers. In the warmer months, the plexiglass windows will be removed and the porch will transform into an open-air fun zone for folks of all ages. The long-term goal of Road Hog’s is to become the center of music, events, festivals, and great food. This is a first phase of a large expansion plan for the town. In the coming months, this crew will unveil a brewery, outfitter, wine bar, and more.
50 East Casual Dining & Spirits: 50 East? More like 50 Feast! With dozens and dozens of restaurants to choose from, it is easy to get confused with what one should expect from his or her dining out experience. To make it less confusing, one can look at the vast choices on 50 Easts’ Menu has to offer, in which I recommend the Margarita Pizza, original recipes and everything is prepped from scratch and not to mention how perfect the dough. Try and stop at just one slice! – Elizabeth Lilly fb review.
Open Everyday. Mon-Sat: 11am-12a. Sun: 12pm-12pm
50 E Main St, White Sulphur Springs, WV
Cafes & Bakeries
Amy’s Cakes and Cones: Custom Cakes, Cupcakes, Cookies, Hershey’s Ice Cream and More.
Corn + Flour: Open for breakfast and lunch, this spot has your breadbox staples, après-
818 North Court
Lewisburg, West Virginia
Dirtbean: The café offers Williamsburg coffee, lattes, cappuccinos, espresso, teas, and sweet treats. For breakfast, you can order anything from a 3-egg scramble to the popular, “Da Kine Bagel” which has ham, egg, cheese, spinach, tomato, and pesto. The lunch menu consists of assorted sandwiches, wraps, and gourmet pizzas. Some popular dishes include the Veggie Burger, Hawaiian Ham Sandwich, Chicken Avocado Wrap, Quesadillas, Hawaiian Pizza, Fish Tacos, and Summer Salad with alfalfa sprouts and organic greens. Desserts include cinnamon buns, scones, and a variety of specialty cookies.
“Wonderful place, wonderful people! Great food. Right on the Greenbrier trail. Stop here if you’re in Marlinton!” – Addie A. via yelp.
Wild Bean: Located in downtown Lewisburg, this cafe offers premium coffee, tea, veggie cuisine, wifi, entertainment, and more! The breakfast menu consisting of breakfast burritos, egg scrambles, breakfast sandwiches and granola w/ yogurt. Promoting local agriculture is important to them so they purchase free range eggs from area farmers. They have bagels, granola and baked goods that are all made in-house from high quality all natural ingredients. Learn more: TheWildBrew.com
119 E. Washington St.
Lewisburg Farmer’s Market: (pictured above): Nestled between the Lewisburg Post Office and the Methodist Church, this is a diverse vendor-only market: rain or shine! Musicians usually play happy tunes from 10a-12p.
214 E. Washington St.
Greenbrier Valley Farmer’s Market: The Market on the grass offers locally produced goods, from veggies to meats to baked goodies from over two dozen vendors. Saturdays 8-1, April – October. Stop by to pick up your locally grown veggies, grass-fed beef, pastured lamb, breads, bagels, pies, cakes and other baked goods, in-season fruits (berries, apples, plums, …), honey, maple syrup, jams., and other finds. Buy vegetable and herb plants for your garden, flowers and landscaping plants, cut flower for your table, and a variety of locally crafted items such as cutting board, soaps, baskets, jewelry, brooms and ironwork, and more.
Saturdays from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m.
111 Arbuckle Lane (near downtown)
Marlinton/Pocahontas County Farmer’s Market: Pick up your fill of homemade jams and honeys, fresh produce and more. Held every Saturday from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m.
White Sulphur Springs Farmer’s Market: A street farmer’s market located downtown. Join them for wonderful food and fun events.
May 3 – October