HUNTINGTON -- One of downtown Huntington's trendiest dining spots is gearing up to roll out a new menu in the next two weeks.
HURRICANE, W.Va. -- Located on Teays Valley Road, Clairebells is a self-serve frozen yogurt stand with a twist. In addition to offering a mix of flavors and toppings, the small shop also serves hot dogs and sandwiches. The shop also offers chocolate-covered strawberries, yogurt pies, and "yo-shakes" milkshakes made with frozen yogurt.
Cheddar’s Casual Café is celebrating it’s fifth year in Ashland.
BARBOURSVILLE -- People seeking to escape the heat wave may want to pay a visit to the Huntington Mall. A new frozen yogurt shop opened Friday, July 12.
TEAYS VALLEY -- Three years ago, Crystal Tincher purchased a smoker/trailer from the owners of Aunt B's Bakery in Hurricane.
HUNTINGTON — Established near the University of Massachusetts in 1987, D.P. Dough is a chain of take-out stores specializing in calzones.
BARBOURSVILLE -- There's no business like Sno Biz. At least not for Michael Vega, the owner of Sno Biz in Barboursville.
HUNTINGTON — One of downtown Huntington’s friendliest lunch spots is gearing up for its 10th anniversary.
A traditional English pub, The Jug & Kilt is a new restaurant that serves a host of favorites from the United Kingdom including meat pies, Welsh rarebit, and of course fish and chips.
HUNTINGTON — Cue up the Jimmy Buffett, fire up the margaritas and man the iPhone for sunset pictures — Schooner’s Waterfront Bar and Grille is back from the dead.