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Jan 26, 2010 12:58 PM

Where to eat near the Greenbrier in White Sulphur Springs?

Any suggestions about where to eat at the resort or in the area during a 3 day mini-vacation. Any help is appreciated.

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  1. There's definitely plenty of good food to eat at the Greenbrier itself. My father-in-law loves their pecan pie. I have only visited once, but when I did we stopped by Lewisburg, W.V. as well and it was a cute little historic town. We ate at the General Lewis Inn in Lewisburg, which was good. It's nice homestyle food, like someone's grandmother might make. The Inn itself is a historic house near a battlefield, so the atmosphere is nice. Have fun!

    1. The last time I was there (admittedly, it's been a few years), Lewisville was starting to have some fun things going on downtown. I stayed at the Gen. Lewis on a very snowy night and had a good meal of mountain trout, and there was a little bakery/cafe in a converted gas station down the street. I'd bet there is a lot more there now.

      1. If you're there, definitely eat at the resort. The Main Dining room is very nice; Draper's Cafe is perfect for lunch and a more casual dinner. The new steakhouse JW42 is not cheap. There is very little in White Sulphur Springs; but some chains and mom and pops in Lewisburg.