I live there. It’s not roadfood, but if you would like a great place for a nice dinner go to JC Winery, on Route 43, East Springfield. This is west of Steubenville, off Route 22. Take the Route 43 exit, turn right. The food and wine are fantastic. Get the Gorgonzola dressing on your salad. I’m partial to the roast duckling with berry sauce, and the rack of lamb is good too. Plus they make their own mashed potatoes.[:p]
In Stuebenville, i’m a big fan of ‘The Ville’ at the mall. I’ve never had a bad meal there (try the pork chop). Its a restaurant similiar to places like Garfileds and such, but I believe its independently owned. Since your here, you need to cruise up to Drovers Inn in Wellsburg and enjoy the worlds best wings (subjective I know, but i’m partial). Also, if you get down Wheeling WV’s way, try Uncle Petes. Again, i’ve never had a bad meal there either.
In Weirton, WV, you should check out Dee Jay’s Ribs. They specialize in fall off the bone baby back ribs. They moved about three years ago into a big building right by Rte-22, but the new place doesn’t have nearly the atmosphere or great smell that the old digs had. My friends still swear by the place and the ribs still seem to be drawing people from as far away as Pittsburgh.
I’ve been pondering the Idea of visiting family in Stuebenville, OH on my week-long thanksgiving break. I thought it would be an excellent excuse to visit the various local restaurants. I plan on stopping in Cincinatti for a 5 way or a coney or two on the way up from central Kentucky. I think I should also do Primanti’s in Pittsburgh, (half an hour from Stuebenville) as well as the Beef House in Wheeling, WV (also half an hour from Stuebenville, just in a different direction) I also want to check out a few obscure and/or struggling chain places across the river in Weirton, WV like Eat n’ Park and Rax. I also have yet to try Tim Horton’s, which is also in the area. Does anybody else have any suggestions for me in the East Ohio, West Virginia panhandle, or Western Pennsylvania area?
Visiting Stuebenville, Ohio Where Should I Eat?
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