Local restaurants listed in West Virginia dining guide


The Greenbrier County Convention and Visitors Bureau (CVB) has announced that six restaurants in the Greenbrier Valley have been named in Wild, Wonderful West Virginia’s “101 Unique Places to Dine” guide for 2017.

The chosen eateries include a mix of family-friendly and fine dining options, reflective of the overall selection in the valley.

Appearing on the list for a second year in a row is Stardust Café, recognized as the area’s originator of farm-to-table dining.

Also returning to the guide is When Pigs Fly Real Pit BBQ and Jim’s Drive In. Newcomers include Hill and Holler, a pizzeria known for its inventive toppings, Food & Friends, a popular dining choice due to its varied menu and Fruits of Labor Café and Bakery which specializes in house-made bread, pastries and desserts.

This is the third edition of the guide by the West Virginia Division of Tourism. It showcases the variety of cuisine available in the mountain state and inclusion in the guide can provide a boost to local restaurants and surrounding areas. The guide is printed and distributed around the region and is available for free by request at Gotowv.com.