Fayetteville Dining

Known for being a small town with a big appetite, Fayetteville, West Virginia, is a foodie’s paradise. Located in the heart of the New River Gorge, Fayetteville’s local restaurants are anything but ordinary. From eccentric pizza pies to fine dining fare, these trendy spots are favored by visitors and locals alike. 

 

The Station 

The Station has recently transitioned from a full-service, dine-in restaurant to a local grocery store, fresh market, and bistro. The Station is now a spot for handcrafted, small-batch, eco-conscious, and sustainable delights. The business is stocked with seasonal inventory including organic produce, local meats, baked goods, fresh flowers, and more.  Visit The Station’s Facebook page to view what is currently in stock. 

 

Pies and Pints Pizzeria 

Pies and Pints Pizzeria, known for its unconventional craft pizzas, was founded in Fayetteville and has expanded over the years to locations throughout West Virginia, Ohio, Alabama and more! From a simple house pie to one of their famous specialty pies like the Chicken Gouda or Grape & Gorgonzola, Pies and Pints has a pizza for every palate. An extensive list of draft beers, ciders and wine rounds out the menu. Pies and Pints are currently offering curbside carry-out and outdoor dining (for parties of six or less). Check their website for more information. 

 

Wood Iron Eatery

Located in the heart of Fayetteville, Wood Iron Eatery is a small chef and wife-owned restaurant serving made-from-scratch breakfast and lunch items all day. Along with the food, Wood Iron has a full-service espresso bar and roasts their own coffee beans under the name Bad Kid Coffee. In its two years of business, Wood Iron has garnered praise for its signature dishes, which range from breakfast burritos and house-made granola to more uncommon dishes such as chilaquiles and various takes on chicken and waffles. Wood Iron Eatery is now open for curbside carry-out. Find out more information on their website

 

Cathedral Cafe 

Cathedral Cafe has been a community staple in Fayetteville since its opening in 2000. Located in an old stone church with walls lined with books, the cafe is known for its organic, fair-trade coffee beverages as well as its large menu of breakfast, lunch and dinner items. Specialties range from breakfast frittatas, paninis, rotating house-made soups and sweet favorites like cinnamon rolls and carrot cake. Cathedral Cafe is open for outdoor dining as well as carry-out, to-go family meals, and alcohol deliveries. Stay updated with Cathedral Cafe’s daily menu by following them on social media

 

Southside Junction Tap House

Located on the corner of Court Street in downtown Fayetteville, Southside Junction Tap House is a local hangout offering twelve rotating taps of local craft beer. Along with beer, Southside Junction also offers munchies like southwest egg rolls and gouda mac and cheese bites, as well as burgers, brats and a variety of tacos. Southside Junction Tap House is open for carry-out orders. Follow their social media to receive updates on their special menu items and additions to their dining options when available.

 

Firecreek BBQ & Steaks

Voted “Best BBQ” by Blue Ridge Outdoors this year, Firecreek BBQ & Steaks is a locally owned restaurant serving fresh smoked ribs, wings, brisket and more! Since opening in 2018, Firecreek has become a popular spot among visitors and locals looking for homemade comfort food. Firecreek offers the best cuts of steak in the area, signature entrées like Loaded Firecreek Mac ‘n Cheese and Atlantic Salmon, as well as a full bar. Firecreek BBQ & Steaks is currently open for limited inside dining, outdoor dining (weather permitted), and curbside carry-out. Follow them on social media to stay updated.

 

There is certainly no shortage of unique and delicious restaurants in this small town. The only problem is choosing where to eat next. Let us know your favorite downtown Fayetteville restaurant!