Things are looking a little sweet over in Barboursville for the mother/daughter co-owners of Sweet & Sassy, a new bakery specializing in gourmet cupcakes and catering.
HUNTINGTON -- A pizzeria and sandwich shop with 24 years of history in the area Daniello's is famous for serving some of the best pizzas in a city filled with pizzerias. To kick off the summer season the venerable pizzeria has introduced a selection of hot and cold tortilla wraps as a healthier alternative to sandwiches.
HUNTINGTON -- Since opening its doors in September Black Sheep Burrito and Brews has established a name for itself in downtown Huntington as a restaurant/bar with an eclectic menu, live music and a wide selection of craft beers.
HUNTINGTON -- With winter weather finally blowing down on Huntington, a good way to warm up might be a plate of spicy curry or Pad Thai noodles.
HUNTINGTON — Established in 1995 the Old Village Roaster has been a labor of love for owners Vicky and Pete Cooper.
BARBOURSVILLE -- Few shopping districts were as shaken up by the fall of the once popular chain of Borders Bookstores than the Huntington Mall.
HUNTINGTON -- It's harder to get much more old-school than Cam's Ham.
HUNTINGTON — Patrons at the Big Sandy Superstore Arena will now have more options when dining in at a show. Crowd favorites, Midway Drive-In and Rick’s Lemonade will be joined by Pig Pit this December.
ASHLAND -- If the name Tre Fratelli sounds somewhat familiar, it might be for a reason. Co-owners William Robinson and Misael Nunez own a successful Mexican restaurant called Tres Hermanos. Both restaurant's names translate to mean three brothers. The new Italian restaurant opened in Meade Station Plaza in the former home of Rajah's Family Restaurant.
HUNTINGTON -- While Ralph Hagy opened his small Italian restaurant on Oct. 3, the origins of La Famiglia stretch back generations to when his grandfather, Raffaele Ierardi, came to America in 1898.
BARBOURSVILLE -- Many customers of the Barboursville Bellacino's were disappointed when the franchise closed abruptly this summer.
HUNTINGTON -- Pizza certainly is popular in Huntington, even by college town standards.
HUNTINGTON -- Based out of Dublin, Ohio, Roosters is a growing chain of sports bars with locations throughout Ohio, Kentucky and Indiana. The Pullman Square location, which opened in August, is the first franchise in the state of West Virginia. The chain was established by Bob and Corrine Frick in 1988.
BARBOURSVILLE -- First opening its doors in 2001, The Blackhawk Grille is one of the best known restaurants for fine dining in the area.
People looking for an upscale sports bar in downtown Huntington have a new option just across the street from Joan C. Edwards Stadium.
HUNTINGTON -- The building at 1555 3rd Ave., has it's fair share of lore in local restaurant history.
HUNTINGTON -- Frozen yogurt first became a nationwide craze in the 1980s thanks to the popularity of chains like TCBY and I Can't Believe It's Yogurt.
One year after she started selling her cupcakes out of the Third & Ninth Street Deli, Paula Vega has moved out into her own business on 9th Street.
BARBOURSVILLE -- Mom and pop hot dog stands are almost ubiquitous in West Virginia.
HUNTINGTON -- Opening its doors in late July, the Tahona Grille offers a wide variety of Mexican, American and Italian cuisine. It also offers one of the widest assortment of craft beers and imported brews in Huntington. Beers on tap include Breckenridge, Flying Dog and Sierra Nevada.
HUNTINGTON -- Rocco's Little Italy is a restaurant that looks like it came from another era.
MILTON -- Sometimes you can't keep a good bakery down. Aunt B's Bakery co-owners Brenda and Larry Hill first closed their Hurricane-based bakery in 2004 before repurchasing the business in 2008.