1 Hospitality Dr.
Ripley, WV 25271
Phone: (304) 372-5000
Fax: (304) 372-5600
Rice Bowl is a simple, no frills eatery serving up generous portions of tasty Chinese and American-Chinese cuisine. While the restaurant features basic decor, the staff are friendly and helpful and the food, fresh and well prepared. The menu features several popular favorites like crispy crab rangoon served with a flavorful dipping sauce, General Tso's chicken, hush puppies with sweet butter sauce, Singapore curry noodles and crispy egg rolls. Kids can enjoy the special children's menu options as well. A nice place for a quick to-go meal or casual group meal and is just a short walk from the waterfront.
With its fair share of regular patrons, Diehl's Restaurant is something of a local institution. The restaurant is a historic landmark, having preserved its authentic atmosphere, decor and even menu that easily identify its journey through the years from the 1960's. The restaurant is best known for its home-cooked, prepared from scratch meals like their famous roast beef and gravy served with creamy mashed potatoes, pork chops, country-cured ham and baked steak. What no visitor visiting Nitro should miss are the renowned fresh pies, baked every morning in the old-fashioned way like the coconut cream pie, graham cracker pie, pumpkin pie and black berry pie. Diners can settle in for a casual meal at one of their tables or cozy booths and enjoy some good old school West Virginian cooking.
The West Virginia Polo Club isn't an equestrian club but a restaurant and bar on Depot Street. This neighborhood haunt is popular for its wings and steak burgers. Enjoy their hours with a pint or two. Their menu comprises of burgers, steaks and seafood. They also have days where you can eat anything for half the price!
5th Street Pub as the names suggests is literally a pub located at the 5th Street. This bar has great short eats and you can choose from the variety of sub sandwiches on offer. Apart from tasty bites, its patrons are treated with great music. The genres ranges from blues, country to metal and different bands/artists are invited to perform here. That’s not it, it also features free pool and karaoke nights on a regular basis. All in all, 5th Street Pub is an ideal venue to hang-out after work and relax with your buddies.
Prepare yourself for an indulgent steakhouse experience at The Chop House. Centrally located in Charleston, the elegant restaurant offers some of the finest cuts of meats including beef in all its USDA certified glory. Apart from this obvious highlight, the entree selection is suitably large with choice in a variety of meats including seafood specialties like pan seared scallops and salmon. Giving good company is a choice of salads, vegetables and sides for every taste. There's also a gluten free menu catering to dietary restrictions. The restaurant's wine list has received rave accolades for the diversity and quality with an award from Wine Spectator no less. Pairing one with your food should be a breeze. The restaurant interiors with a vivid color palette, rich drapes and elegant lighting options can only be described as classy. An array of room choices seating intimate groups and large parties alike prove to be beneficial for hosting private functions. A must-visit for a delightful steakhouse experience in the city.
Known for its succulent steaks, Fifth Quarter Restaurant of Charleston offers a cozy ambiance and a great service. The restaurant also serves some tasty salads while prime rib is a must try. Chicken and seafood delicacies also dominate its eclectic menu.
Established more than two decades ago, Tidewater has been thrilling Charleston's locals and visitors alike with some of the freshest seafood. The weekly changing menu offers a fine array of seafood delights from clams and oysters to calamari, crabs and much more. Specialties include block island swordfish, mussels, shrimp and sea scallops to name a few. In addition, they offer an extensive range of salads, entrees, pastas, mixed grills and sides. The restaurant has gone to great lengths to ensure high standards in the kitchen including an understanding with some of the best suppliers to regularly audit their facilities and vice versa. This dedication reflects quite clearly in their peerless reviews and accolades. The restaurant's interiors are elegant and have lots of visual elements ranging from the prism-shaped ceiling lamps to the chandeliers. The large outdoor dining is a favorite among patrons. The top choice for seafood in Charleston.
First Watch in Charleston remains popular for its exhaustive breakfast options like waffles, pancakes, eggs Benedict and quinoa bowls. Pecan pancakes and cheddar pancakes are some of its must-haves.
Pies & Pints, as its name suggest, pairs chilled beer with hand-made, gourmet pizzas. It is a casual dining place that always buzzes with teens and young professionals out for after-work snacks. It is also a family-friendly place and has a separate kids' menu. The pizzas are baked on a stone hearth and stretched manually in the traditional style, then bathed in home-made sauces infused with herbs. Try the White Pie or Cuban Pork Pie paired with green salads and American desserts. If you are short of time, avail of their takeaway packages of delicious sandwiches and pies.
True to its name, Noah's Eclectic Bistro offers eclectic world fusion fare in Charleston. The restaurant's menu changes every week with some creative and quirky additions. For desserts, do indulge in its Lemon Berry Marscapone which tastes simply divine.
Leonoro's Spaghetti House has been serving traditional Italian fare since the year 1915. This family-operated eatery remains popular for authentic Italian fare. Their specialty is Italian sauce and meatballs.
Featuring an artsy decor, Starlings Coffee and Provisions welcomes you to savor its luscious pastries, pies and cookies. This bakery also serves delectable coffees and organic teas. The bakery also prepares sugar-free, vegan and gluten-free items on request.