Located across the street from the Midway Drive-In in West Huntington, Smoke 'Em If You Got 'Em is a quaint little barbecue shack which first opened it's doors in early may. Wayne native Shawn Kennedy had been cooking barbecue and catering for several years before deciding to open his own restaurant.
The family steakhouse will be having an outdoor party at 8 p.m. today, July 9, featuring country Singer Bryan Scott and guest Adam Crank. Established in Clarksville, Indiana in 1993 the Louisville based chain has more than 450 locations, including international ones as far away as Dubai and Taipei.
There's a new restaurant in Huntington, and it's on the move. Fair to Middlin' is a mobile restaurant that's the brainchild of owner/chef Nicholas Taylor.
The small barbecue shop has moved across the river from downtown Huntington to South Point, Ohio, and is now near the Big Sandy Superstore. The move was not one originally planned by owner Shawn Stowers.
HUNTINGTON - A former Sam's Hotdog Stand franchise, "Chilidog Company" is the newest hot dog stand in town.
HUNTINGTON - Established in Ontario, Canada in 1995 the Pita Pit is a quick service food chain offering a fresh alternative to sandwiches.
HUNTINGTON - The cold weather that plagued the Tri-State area in late February and early March may have been a headache for some local businesses, but one Huntington landmark took a cosmetic blow as well. Since 1959 the iconic giant root beer mug atop Frostop Drive-In has greeted motorists entering Huntington along Hal Greer, but on Feb. 19, temperatures dropped so low that paint actually fell from the mug and shattered. Restoration will start on the mug this week to get it looking like its old frosty self once again.
The self-proclaimed "Cadillac of Pizza Places," Monty's Original Pizza dates back to 1956 making it one of the oldest pizza joints in town.
BARBOURSVILLE - Whether you're looking for a healthy snack or have special diet needs because of a food allergy, there's a new dining option for you in Barboursville.
BARBOURSVILLE - In November 2012 Annette Cambell and her daughter Sassa Wilkes opened a small bakery called Sweet & Sassy on Brady Street.