Restaurants in West Virginia

A state with character that spans three regions of the country — Midwest, South, Mid-Atlantic — West Virginia offers flavors that reflect them all, but each with an accent all its own. Italian food is particularly good in the northeast part of the state, which is home of the pepperoni roll (bread baked around spicy beef sticks). Up in the panhandle around Wheeling, some of the region’s most celebrated fish sandwiches are served. That’s also where you will find first-rate examples of rare Ohio Valley (aka Steubenville) pizza, which gets baked before its toppings are added. West Virginia is arguably the home of the Dixie dog: a hot dog topped with ground beef chili sauce and cole slaw.

West Virginia’s Most Famous Dishes

4-vegetable plate: beets, corn pudding, yam casserole, mashed potatoes


Salad plate includes slices of orange drizzled with dark balsamic vinaigrette.


Dense, dark chocolate pie perches on a toasted-pecan crust

Chocolate Pie

West Virginia’s Best Restaurants

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