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7 Feast-Worthy Restaurants in Advantage Valley, WV

While in West Virginia, be sure to enjoy these must-visit stops in Charleston, Huntington and Hurricane.

By Livability on November 22, 2021

West Virginia eatery
Cecil Ybanez

You won’t run out of good places to eat in Charleston, Huntington and Hurricane. A collection of Advantage Valley restaurants covers every style of cuisine, from barbecue to ethnic to classic American. Here is just a small sample:

Backyard Pizza and Raw

At this restaurant in Huntington, a husband-and-wife team serves up hand-crafted dishes, including wood-fired pizzas and fresh oysters, specially ordered to ensure the mollusks arrive within five days of their harvest date.

Bahnhof WVursthaus and Biergarten

This Huntington restaurant puts its own spin on classic German fare. Not only can you find all the schnitzel and hand-cranked sausages you’d expect, there are a few surprises on the menu prepared with Appalachian-inspired ingredients.

Barkadas

Barkadas” is Filipino street slang for a gathering of friends. The menu of this Charleston restaurant was inspired by the owners’ children, who influenced a blended concept of American and Filipino foods with elevated flavors.

1010 Bridge

Your taste buds are in for quite the experience at 1010 Bridge in Charleston, where you’ll find an Appalachian menu with a low-country influence. Plus, the restaurant is connected with the community, utilizing local farmers for their ingredients when possible. We suggest you try the grilled cauliflower steak or brisket burger.

Black Sheep Burritos & Brews

With locations in Charleston and Huntington, Black Sheep offers a menu that boasts burrito-based foods, plus other street fare from around the globe. Black Sheep touts itself as a place to “separate from the rest of the pack.” Its location in Charleston also includes its brewery, Bad Shepherd Beer Co.

Bridge Road Bistro

A community institution, Bridge Road Bistro in Charleston serves up American-fused, farm-to-fork fare in a casual/fine dining environment. Don’t skip the signature bistro soup!

Whiskey Taco

Advantage Valley’s immigrant population ensures an array of ethnic cuisine around the region. This local taqueria in Hurricane offers authentic dishes with the taste of Jalisco, Mexico.

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