A charming, out-of-the-way Morgantown, West Virginia, diner, Ruby & Ketchy's is a favorite restaurant for locals to come for square meals and conversation.
Coleman’s fish sandwich is simplicity itself: two pieces of soft white bread holding a cluster of steaming hot fried-fish filets. It is delivered across the order counter, wrapped in wax paper; then you find a table somewhere on the broad floor of the renovated century-old Wheeling Centre Market House, unwrap it, and feast!
Many of the pepperoni rolls sold in grocery stores and convenience marts in the greater Fairmont area are supplied by Country Club Bakery. For an absolutely fresh and pure taste of West Virginia’s most distinctive single specialty, we suggest travelers stop at the source and buy a half-dozen or a bag full. They’re handy little sandwiches – a sheaf of spicy pepperoni sticks enclosed in dough reminiscent of the puffy rim of a pizza pie.
Since 1967, Michael’s Beef House of Wheeling has been known for the goodness of its roast beef sandwich. Sliced thin and piled high inside a sesame seed bun, the beef is butter-rich, moist, and flavorful. It comes sprinkled with seasoned salt, and there is a condiment bar where you can add whatever else you want.