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sel Jul 5, 2010 09:52 PM

Never been anywhere in this region. It's gonna be mostly 501's and my best t-shirts. Not concerned too much about price but the dress clothes are staying at home. I'll have a rental car and my GPS and will drive far for the can't miss chow in the area! Best pastries, breakfasts, coffee roasters, lunches and craft beer breweries/gastropubs (fantastic burgers?), dinners, specialty dessert places including artisnal ice creams & gelato. Local specialties/treasures? Did I forget anything?!

  1. prima Mar 31, 2013 07:12 PM

    If I only was to have one dinner in Wheeling, which restaurant would you recommend the most? I also noticed Figaretti's in the archive. http://figarettisrestaurant.com/index...

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      LRuthers Jan 30, 2011 05:37 AM

      You can't go wrong at Ye Olde Alpha. The food is wonderful and the atmosphere is as friendly and fun as you'll find anywhere.

      1. m
        mbur Jul 7, 2010 10:08 AM

        Ye Ole Alpha on Carmel (off of Edgington Lane)
        DiCarlo's Pizza in Elm Grove location on National Road (they don't deliver)
        River City Ale Works downtown
        Wheeling Coffee Shop on Washington Avenue
        Fish Market (downtown, Market Street)
        St. Michael's Festival (Washington Ave/National Road) Starts Thursday; alot of great ethnic food!

        Market Street Cafe
        200 Market St, Denton, MD 21629

        River City Ale Works
        1400 Main St, Wheeling, WV 26003

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