Blenko Glass: Located at Blenko Glass Company off of James River Turnpike in Milton. Historic museum on second floor of the Visitors Center features extensive stained glass display, history of the family-owned glass company, Country Music Award and U.S. Capitol lighting globe on display. Tours also available. Admission is free. Hours are: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday and noon to 4 p.m. Sunday. Call 304-743-9081.
Camden Park: Originally developed as a picnic area by the Camden Interstate Railway in 1903, Camden Park has survived into the 21st century as a thriving traditional amusement park. Today, it is the oldest amusement park in West Virginia with about 30 rides, including the classic wooden roller coaster, The Big Dipper. Located at U.S. 60 West, Huntington. Hours vary, but the park typically is open on weekends in May, Wednesday through Sunday in June, Tuesday through Sunday in July before hours trail off through August and September. And don’t miss Spooktacular, weekends in October. Call 304-429-4321. Go online at www.camdenpark.com.
Collis P. Huntington Railroad Historical Society Inc.: Located at 14th Street West at Memorial Boulevard, Huntington. Hours are by appointment only. Operated by the Collis P. Huntington Historical Society. Free admission, donations accepted. Call 304-736-7349.
Heritage Farm Museum and Village: Recreates turn-of-the-century Appalachian life in restored log buildings, including a pioneer village with blacksmith shop, antique shop, church, petting zoo, bed and breakfasts, museums, community room, old school house and more. Guided tours available all year 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday through Saturday (except for Thanksgiving, Christmas and, in the winter months, weather permitting). Groups of 15 or more qualify for special group rates when making advance reservations. Located at 3350 Harvey Road, Huntington. For more information, call 304-522-1244, or visit www.heritagefarmmuseum.com.
Huntington Museum of Art: Conservatory, silver and portraits, firearm collections, gallery, glass, museum shop and various changing exhibits. Located at 2033 McCoy Road, Huntington. Hours are from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. Tuesday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Wednesday through Saturday and noon to 5 p.m. Sunday. Call 304-529-2701. Go online at www.hmoa.org.
Huntington’s Kitchen: Jamie’s Kitchen, which was built in downtown Huntington as a set for the unscripted television series “Jamie Oliver’s Food Revolution,” is still open for visitors. Following taping, the show’s producers handed the state-of-the-art kitchen over to Ebenezer Medical Outreach. Although the name above the door was changed to “Huntington’s Kitchen,” its mission remains the same: to teach families how to prepare healthy, quality meals from scratch. It’s located on 3rd Avenue in Downtown Huntington, just across the street from Pullman Square.
Madie Carroll House: Located in the historic neighborhood of Guyandotte in Huntington. Tours of the historic house and small regional museum by appointment only. Call 304-522-0325.
Spring Hill Cemetery: Located near the Fairfield West neighborhood of Huntington, this cemetery is the final resting place of many of the victims of the 1970 plane crash that killed 75 Marshall University football players, coaches and fans. It includes a monument to the lost team and the graves of several players who were never identified. Spring Hill is also the final resting place of many Civil War soldiers. Call 304-696-5516 or log onto firstname.lastname@example.org.
J Taylor Auto Collection: 14th Street West, Huntington. A growing collection of cars and automobile items, geared toward the car lover. Free admission. Call 304-522-2864 for times.
Museum of Radio and Technology: Located at 1640 Florence Ave., Huntington. Hours are from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Friday and Saturday and 1 to 4 p.m. Sunday. Admission by donation. Call 304-525-8890.
Renaissance Art Gallery: This non-profit co-op of Tri-State artists is located at 900 8th St., Huntington. It features various changing exhibits, ongoing art classes and the National Miniature Exhibition each November. Hours are: Tuesday - Saturday 12-4 pm. Sunday, 1-4 pm. 304- 525-3235. For appointments call 304-453-3187.
Days Inn, 5196 U.S. 60 East; 304-733-4477.
Heritage Farm Museum and Village Bed and Breakfast, 3350 Harvey Road; 304-522-1244.
Holiday Inn and Suites, 800 3rd Ave.; 304-523-8880.
Mariott TownePlace Suites Huntington, 157 Kinetic Drive; 304-525-4877.
Pullman Plaza Hotel, 1001 3rd Ave., 304-525-1001.
Quality Inn, 3325 US 60 E., 304-525-7001.
Ramada Limited and Conference Center, 3094 16th St. Road (alt. W.Va. 10); 304-523-4242.
Red Roof Inn, 5190 U.S. 60 East; 304-733-3737.
Super 8 Motel, 3090 16th St. Road (alt. W.Va. 10); 304-525-1410.
Guyan Golf and C.C.
U.S. 60 East, Huntington
Holes: 18, private. Par: 71.
Yardage: Blue 6,446; White 6,062; Gold 5,458; Red 5,347.
Description: Plenty of trees and slick greens.
Disc Golf Course: At Rotary Park, off U.S. 60 East. Open daily. Course designed by former world champion Johnny Sias and the Huntington Disc Golf Club. Go online at www.ghprd.org.
Strike Zone Bowling Center
141 Eastern Heights, Huntington
Call 304-733-2695 or visit www.huntingtonbowling.com/default.asp.
626 5th St., Huntington
Pump Up the Fun
6759 Merritts Creek Road, Huntington
Come during open gym time, schedule a party on-site, or rent inflatables for your next event.
Call 304-733-2FUN, or visit http:// pumpupthefun.com/cms/mos/Front?page/Itemid,1/
Marquee Cinemas’ Pullman Square 16: offers 16 screens with premium technology. It’s located on 3rd Avenue near the Big Sandy Superstore Arena. Call 304-525-7469 and go online at www.marqueecinemas.com.
El Haijj Salon and Spa, 1119 20th St., 304-522-7553, http://elhaijj.com. Massage therapies, body treatments, facials, nail, hand and foot care, hair design.
Invidia Salon & Spa, 361 Norway Ave., 304-563-0767
PULLMAN SQUARE, 3rd Avenue, www.pullman-square.com: The $60 million entertainment complex opened in November 2004 and features the bookstore Empire Books & News, which boasts more than 6,000 different magazine titles. Video games are available at the complex’s Game Stop. Upscale ladies’ boutiques Runway Couture, Heels, Inspired and Chico’s offer the latest fashions. The center also has a 16-screen, stadium-style movie theater and a Starbucks.
DOWNTOWN HUNTINGTON: Around Marshall University’s campus in the heart of Huntington, many stores offer a wide variety of wares. Downtown provides men’s clothing stores like Wright’s and a variety of women’s clothing boutiques such as The Village Collection, 900 4th Ave., 304-525-2204, which boasts more than three decades in business. The newest downtown women’s clothier is White House Black Market, which opened in March at 903 3rd Ave. just across from Pullman Square. Its phone number is 304-522-7681. Department store Mack and Dave’s, 1010 3rd Ave. Huntington, 304-697-4211, www.mackanddaves.com, has operated in downtown for more than 50 years and provides furniture, jewelry, electronics and a variety of other goods. Pet Palace, at 4th Avenue and 9th Street, offers pet supplies, clothing, fresh-baked treats and some small pets. Glenn’s Sporting Goods and Dan’s Sport Shop offer all the Marshall University licensed wear you can carry, plus a ton of sports gear. Another recent addition to the downtown is Sally Weiler Designs Room 2 Create, located in Capital Centre Huntington, at the corner of 4th Avenue and 8th Street. The interior designer opened the store for shoppers to pick up unique, stylish items for the home. Mug and Pia, located across from Pullman Square, specializes in gifts for any occasion and paper products including stationery, invitations and cards. The name is an acronym for “Most Unique Gifts and Paper Items Around.” Call 304-525-7880. Simply Whisk, at the corner of 4th Avenue and 9th Street, offers a wide variety of stylish, unique kitchen accessories. Just a few blocks west, Workingman’s Store offers a variety of clothing from casual dressy to rough-and-ready work clothes, also offering men’s expanded sizes. It’s located at 140 5th Ave.
HERITAGE STATION: Home to the Cabell-Huntington Convention and Visitors Bureau, Heritage Station, located at Veterans Memorial and 11th St. (across from the entrance to Harris Riverfront Park), is growing with unique retailers, restaurants and local artisans. Current tenants include: All About You; Bottle & Wedge; Brown Dog Yoga; Cabell Huntington Convention & Visitors Bureau; Common Ground; Esscential Gifts; Finds & Designs; Greater Huntington Park & Recreation District; Jameson Cigar Co.; Let’s Eat; Morrison’s Studio; The Red Caboose; River & Rail Bakery; SIP Wine Bar; The Wild Ramp (farmers market and locally sourced foods and products). The Greater Huntington Parks and Recreation District is spearheading a plan to turn the historic Heritage Station into an artisan retail center where local residents and guests can shop locally owned galleries and boutiques and be entertained by local artists and performers.
MOTORCYCLE RETAIL: Charlie’s Harley-Davidson, 408 4th St., www.charlieshd.com, 304-523-1340, is a 66,000-square-foot Harley-Davidson dealership complete with a retail store and diner. Charlie’s Harley-Davidson also maintains a shop at the Ashland Town Center Mall.
OLD CENTRAL CITY ANTIQUE DISTRICT, 14th St. W., Huntington, www.oldcentralcity.com. This street in Huntington is home to many antique stores. These include Central City Antique Mall, Antique Center Inc., Hattie and Nan’s Antiques and several more.
Description: Casual dining billed as your “Neighborhood Bar and Grill.”
Address: 1135 3rd Ave.
On the Web: www.applebees.com
Backyard Pizza and Raw Bar
Description: Specialty pizzas include the Gladiator, topped with sausage, pepperoni, white cheddar, mozzarella and a house marinara sauce, and the Tuscany featuring an olive oil glaze, baby spinach, roasted red peppers, eggplant and caramelized onion. Also an assortment of fresh oysters.
Address: 841 4th Ave.
Description: Home of “31 Flavors,” this ice-cream shop’s menu has expanded to include smoothies, frozen coffee drinks, milkshakes, ice cream cakes and more, along with the tried-and-true, hand-dipped flavors.
Address: 1598 Washington Blvd.
Black Sheep Burrito and Brews
Description: The specialty burritos and tacos at Black Sheep aren’t your traditional Mexican fare. You can get a burrito with Texas style brisket, a blueberry barbecue sauce, slaw, and pickles. There are also Baja style fish tacos served with an Ancho yogurt sauce. You can also find breakfast fare, Thai-inspired burritos, tacos and more.
Address: 1555 3rd Ave.
Bob Evans Restaurant
Description: Come “down on the farm” with farm-fresh breakfast served all day long, lunch specials, and dinner options.
Address: 606 3rd. Ave. and 121 Kinetic Drive.
Phone: 304-525-6610 (3rd Ave.); 304-525-3473 (Kinetic Drive)
On the Web: www.bobevans.com
Buddy’s All-American BBQ
Description: Bring the wet wipes when you visit this restaurant, which prides itself on serving wings smothered in sauce, barbecue sandwiches and ice-cold beer.
Address: 1537 3rd Ave.
On the Web: www.wvbbq.com
Buffalo Wild Wings Grill & Bar
Description: In addition to chicken wings and ribs, this eatery offers a wide array of sports broadcasts, full-service bar and video trivia games.
Specialties: Buffalo, N.Y.-style chicken wings.
Address: 746 4th Ave.
On the Web: www.buffalowildwings.com
Description: The restaurant’s signature item, the sugar-flaked ham sandwich, consists of shaved, lean ham on a Heiner’s Grecian bun topped with lettuce and a homemade special sauce. Other popular options include a smoked beef barbecue sandwich, a fried fish sandwich and roast beef.
Address: 809 1st St.
Description: Pulled pork and beef sandwiches, spareribs, hot dogs and more.
Address: 833 6th Ave., Huntington
Phone number: 304-730-3763
Central City Cafe
Description: Located in the heart of the city’s antiques district, this eatery offers a variety of soups and sandwiches with decor displaying Huntington’s history.
Address: 529 14th St. W.
On the Web: www.oldcentralcity.com
Description: 1950s-style diner surrounded by Harley-Davidson memorabilia.
Address: 408 4th St.
On the Web: www.charlieshd.com
China Garden Buffet
Description: This authentic Chinese eatery offers a cozy dining atmosphere filled with scents from the buffet, which is full of hot entrees, rice and soups. Buffet is available for carryout.
Address: 804 6th Ave.
Club 21 at the Frederick
Description: Italian, Asian, Greek and American, plus a with a full wine list and the option of a three-course meal. Finish off with raspberry or chocolate souffle. Open 5 p.m. to 9 or 10 p.m. Wednesdays through Saturdays. Sometimes open to midnight on Fridays and Saturdays. Reservations accepted, but not required.
Address: 940 4th Ave., Huntington
On the Web: www.21frederick.com/
Description: A restaurant and pub offering food at lunchtime only (11 a.m.-2 p.m.), close to Marshall’s football stadium. A bonus: There is also an attached laundry mat, so you can wash your duds, down some suds, and have a sandwich to boot.
Specialties: Ham and cheese sandwiches, steak sandwiches, chili and spaghetti on select days
Address: 212 20th St.
Coach Bobby Pruett’s Steak House
Description: Named after the former Marshall University football coach, this restaurant offers a variety of meat, pasta and seafood entrees in an atmosphere flavored with Thundering Herd memorabilia.
Address: 1001 3rd Ave. (inside the Radisson Hotel)
On the Web: www.bobbypruettssteakhouse.com
Cold Stone Creamery
Description: The store features 18 flavors of ice cream, to which patrons can add a variety of mix-ins for a distinct creation. Employees do the mixing on a granite stone while patrons watch.
Address: 10 Pullman Square
On the Web: www.coldstonecreamery.com
Crumpets & Tea
Description: Afternoon tea, light lunches, formal dining. Open 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Thursdays through Saturdays. Available for special arrangements.
Address: 4th Avenue
Phone: 304-522-1112 or 304-634-1064
Description: With more than 70 menu items, you’ll think you’ve just walked off the streets of New York City when you visit this Italian snack shop.
Address: 1206 4th Ave.
On the Web: www.daniellos.2ya.com
Description: The chain is famous for offering a wide variety of calzones with creative names.
Address: 1520 4th Ave.
Description: Mexican favorites like quesadillas, fajitas and burritos, and signature items like Authentic Chiles Rellenos.
Address: 1325 Hal Greer Blvd.
Description: Located near the Marshall University campus, Fat Patty’s offers casual dining and a menu with 12 specialty burgers.
Address: 1935 3rd Ave.
On the Web: www.fatpattysonline.com
Five Guys Burgers & Fries
Description: The name says it all — this casual dining restaurant prides itself on offering the highest quality burgers.
Address: 900 3rd Ave., Pullman Square
On the Web: www.fiveguys.com
Description: This “experimental” restaurant has turned into a big hit, combining the 24-hour breakfast menu of Flapjacks with the authentic Mexican fare of Tenampa. This is where your go when you get a midnight craving for burritos and waffles. Carryout is also available.
Address: 3rd Avenue and 15th Street, Huntington
Description: Once a road food standard across the country, there are only three original G.D. Ritzy’s restaurant left in the country. One in Indiana, one in Kentucky, and the last one is right here in Huntington, which opened in 1983. Featuring burgers, shoestring french fries and ice cream.
Address: 1335 Hal Greer Blvd.
Description: Cold legal beverages, video games, skee-ball, 13 televisions and some darn good food.
Address: 2501 5th Ave.
On the Web: www.ginospizza.com
Description: This fun pub just across the street from Marshall stadium is a popular hangout on game day and all year-round. Also offers delivery.
Address: 2002 3rd Ave., across from the Marshall football stadium
On the Web: www.giovannishuntington.com
Happy Dragon Chinese Restaurant
Description: Buffet always available as well as menu items; carryout and call-ahead orders available.
Address: 1238 4th Ave.
Hibachi Japanese Steak House
Description: Watch skilled chefs cook an authentic Japanese meal at your table.
Address: 839 4th Ave.
Description: A West Virginia original -- a fanciful experience that pokes fun at Appalachian stereotypes while serving up some gourmet hot dogs with emphasis on great service and hospitality.
Address: 1501 3rd Ave., Huntington; 6591 Ohio River Road, Lesage, W.Va., and a franchise in Culloden, W.Va.
On the Web: www.hillbillyhotdogs.com
Description: Stop by for a sandwich or boxed lunch to go, or try some of the homestyle sides and desserts.
Address: 4341 Rt. 60 E. #3500
On the Web: www.honeybakedham.com
Description: Upscale casual dining that incorporates mainly locally derived ingredients. Open for lunch 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday through Friday; dinner 5 to 10 p.m. Tuesday through Thursday, 5 p.m. to midnight Friday and Saturday and brunch from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sundays.
Address: 910 4th Ave.
Description: Pizza lovers will enjoy this Italian eatery, which also offers a variety of hot wings, subs and calzones.
Address: 335 Hal Greer Blvd.
On the Web: www.hussonspizza.com
Jewel City Seafood
Description: Part fresh seafood market, part sit-down restaurant, Jewel City lets you take home the catch of the day and cook it your way, or order it custom-cooked for you, along with down-home sides.
Address: 1317 4th Ave.
On the Web: www.jewelcityseafood.com
Jim’s Steak & Spaghetti House
Description: A Huntington favorite for more than 70 years. Enjoy homemade spaghetti and top-notch service while sitting in booths that are lined with autographed pictures of celebrities and entertainers who have visited the restaurant. Don’t forget to ask about the day’s selection of homemade pies.
Address: 920 5th Ave.
Jimmy John’s Gourmet Sandwich Shop
Description: Need lunch, stat? Head to Jimmy John’s for a variety of fresh sandwiches, promised to be made in 30 seconds or less.
Address: 1418 4th Ave.
On the Web: www.jimmyjohns.com
Knuckles Sandwich Co.
Description: The restaurant’s signature item is a customizable extra large hoagie called “The Knuckle.” One of the most popular sandwiches is the Italian grinder, an 8-inch hoagie bun topped with Genoa salami, Virginia ham, capacolla, Provolone cheese and veggies. The restaurant’s hot dogs are also notable, having been voted “Best Hotdog in Huntington” by the West Virginia Hotdog Blog.
Address: 409 11th St.
Description: Pizzas include the “Marinara” topped with peppers, onions and garlic. Another option is the “Carne Amore” with sopressata, capicola, pepperoni, prosciutto. Customers can enjoy a traditional marinara sauce, a pork-based sauce, or a “white” pie. The restaurant also includes a wide variety of Panini sandwiches served on 5-inch and 9-inch buns. There is a different pasta of the day every day.
Address: 1327 6th Ave.
Description: New York-style deli and gourmet bistro.
Specialties: During the day, Le Bistro has a host of dishes for those on the go including soups, salads and sandwiches. At night, it offers a variety of upscale dishes and an extensive wine menu.
Address: 905 3rd Ave., Huntington
Description: Let’s Eat is a fresh food fast eatery that serves handmade naanadas, muffalettas and ciabattas. It features locally grown herbs, vegetables and ingredients.
Address: 210 11th St. Suite 3, Heritage Station
Description: Authentic Italian pizza.
Address: 110 5th Ave.
Phone : 304-523-5757
On the Web: Marcos.com
Marshall Hall of Fame Cafe
Description: Soak up the rich history of Marshall athletics while you enjoy your meal.
Address: 857 3rd Ave.
On the Web: www.halloffamecafes.com
Max & Erma’s
Description: Casual American cuisine for lunch and dinner
Address: 26 Pullman Square, Suite 223
On the Web: www.maxandermas.com
Description: The Drive-In continues to offer a number of classics such as hamburgers, corn dogs and a fried fish sandwich.
Address: 445 6th Ave. W.
Description: A Huntington area favorite.
Address: 815 6th Ave.
Nawab Indian Cuisine
Description: Enjoy authentic Indian cuisine in this peaceful setting.
Address: 600 4th Ave.
On the Web: www.nawabonline.com
New York Bagel Cafe and Deli
Description: The shop sells New York bagels of various kinds, along with breakfast sandwiches, deli sandwiches with Boars Head meats, salads, many types of soups, pastries and more.
Address: 944 4th Ave.
No. 1 Kitchen
Description: Chinese food. Chef’s specials include Mongolian Beef, General Tso’s Chicken and Coconut Shrimp. Free delivery with orders of $10 or more.
Address: 4341 U.S. 60 East and 1669 Washington Ave.
Phone: 304-736-5668; 304-781-0655
Paula Vega Cakes & Cupcakes
Description: A large variety of cupcakes is offered in flavors ranging from chocolate to banana to red velvet. The assortment of cupcakes available changes each day, and there are seasonal flavors. Each comes with a filling such as chocolate ganache, peanut butter or strawberry made with fresh berries.
Address: 308 9th St.
Description: Need a quick lunch, but want something healthy? Check out the Pita Pit for a variety of fresh, healthy sandwich selections, all rolled into a pita.
Address: 1216 4th Ave.
On the Web: www.pitapitusa.com
Pub & Oven
Description: Specialty pizzas and craft beers. The Mona Lisa pizza comes topped with sausage, pepperoni, mushrooms, peppers and onions plus a mix of mozzarella and provolone cheeses. The Grilled Peach pizza has chargrilled peaches, smoked gouda, white cheddar, white truffle oil, peach nectar, baby arugula and a peach balsamic reduction.
Address: 401 9th St.
Description: Any seafood lover will be delighted at this internationally known chain. The restaurant includes a fully stocked bar and moderate wine list.
Address: 200 10th St.
On the Web: www.redlobster.com
Description: Authentic Mexican food served in an authentic Mexican atmosphere.
Address: 914 4th Ave., and a second location at 2595 5th Ave.
Phone: 304-522-3010, 304-522-2300
River and Rail Bakery
Description: River and Rail Bakery features a wide assortment of homemade breads that are prepared from scratch each day. Loaves include whole wheat, sourdough, rye, pumpernickel, and of course, Pullman bread. Customers can also buy whole French baguettes or a mini baguette. Also wide selection of cookies, scones and muffins.
Address: 210 11th St. in Heritage Station
Rocco’s Little Italy
Description: A smaller version of the well-known Rocco’s Ristorante is Ceredo that accommodates a busy lunchtime crowd.
Address: 1345 4th Ave.
On the Web: www.roccoslittleitaly.com
Description: Casual, family friendly atmosphere with an all-American menu ranging from nachos and potato skins for starters to chicken fingers, sub sandwiches, pizzas and the famous Rooster’s Wings.
Address: 20 Pullman Square, Suite 310
On the Web: www.roosterswings.com/index.php
Description: You’ll find fine-dining at its best at this destination restaurant located in a remodeled house built in 1903. Reservations suggested.
Address: 1208 6th Ave.
On the Web: www.savannahsmenu.com
Description: With more than 500 locations across the country, this chain prides itself in its variety of sandwiches served on sourdough bread.
Address: 844 4th Ave.
On the Web: www.schlotzskys.com
Sharkey’s Fins Cafe
Description: Enjoy gourmet pizzas and a selection of appetizers in a fun environment that is home to sports telecasts, trivia and live music on most weekends.
Address: 410 10th St.
Description: This chain offers down-home southern cooking with a daily buffet.
Address: 1700 Washington Ave.
On the Web: www.shoneys.com
Stewarts Original Hot Dogs
Description: A Tri-State original. Hot dogs any way you want them, plus BBQ sandwiches, fries and more. Don’t forget to try their original root beer.
Address: 2445 5th Ave., Huntington, 304-529-4700; 1st Street and Adams Avenue in West Huntington, 304-525-DOGS (3647); 1025 Oak St., Kenova, W.Va, 304-453-2777; 205 Town Center Drive, Ashland, Ky., 606-324-DOGS (3647).
On the Web: www.stewartshotdogs.com
Taste of Asia
Description: Japanese steak house and grill Specialties: Take your pick of Thai, Japanese or Chinese cuisine
Address: 821 3rd Ave.
On the Web: www.tasteofasiahibachi.com
Thai House Restaurant
Description: Authentic Thai food
Specialties: All the dishes you’d expect at a Thai restaurant, with spice levels ranging from mild to spicy
Address: 912 3rd Ave., Pullman Square
Description: The menu features an assortment of hamburgers, sandwiches, appetizers and other familiar “pub grub.” There are more than a dozen different hamburger options ranging from the Plain Jane Burger to the Little Boy Bleu topped with bleu cheese and bacon and the Psychedelic Burger topped with grilled mushrooms and Swiss.
Address: 1318 4th Ave.
Tropical Moon Frozen Yogurt
Description: Self-serve frozen yogurt with gourmet flavors changing daily, plus a buffet of toppings ranging from sprinkles to popular cereals to fresh fruit and more.
Address: 407 9th Ave.
Uno’s Chicago Grill
Description: Chicago-style pizza and a variety of other entrees and grill items
Address: 279 9th Ave., Pullman Square
On the Web: www.unos.com
Vic’s Ivy Cuisine
Description: Enjoy a variety of flavorful soups and salads in this quaint restaurant with a bright, artistic flair. The restaurant also offers catering for a variety of events.
Address: 412 9th St.
Description: The chain offers a variety of combinations for breakfast and lunch such as the breakfast All Star Special, which comes with a waffle, toast, two eggs, grits, and a choice of breakfast meat. The lunch All Star Special comes with Texas bacon cheesesteak melt and a choice of sides. There’s also the “Toddle House” ham and cheese omelet combo (named for a long gone southern chain of diners). Lunch items include a double Angus cheeseburger, T-bone steak and chili.
Address: 4384 U.S. Route 60
Description: Authentic Mexican cuisine
Address: 1360 14th St.; a second location, called El Tenampa, in Kenova, W.Va.