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Other Dining in Greenbrier County

Greenbrier County, home of The Greenbrier Resort, has some very good restaurants.  Most people know about the fine restaurants in Lewisburg; however, there are restaurants in other parts of the county that might suit your taste as well.  So I’m going to give you a sampling of those restaurants as found on www.WVyourWay.com by searching under the “Restaurant” heading and the categories: Casual/Fine Dining, Family and Homestyle Cooking.

The Mason Jar Restaurant in White Sulphur Springs has a variety of steaks and seafood that is prepared by some of the best chefs in the business.  They have a very nice buffet and the atmosphere is casual/fine dining, but it’s not so stuffy that you can’t laugh out loud with your friends.   [Casual-Fine Dining – > Catering – > Family]

Food and Friends in Lewisburg is the same restaurant that was featured on the Food Network some time back because of their delicious meals.  The breads, served in a clay pot that looks like it should have a plant growing in it, are some of the best breads that go very nicely with the meal.  The whoe experiance of dining is top knotch from the time you enter the restaurant until you leave.  [Casual-Fine Dining – > Seafood – > Steaks]

Rudy’s Corner Grill located off US 219 in downtown Ronceverte is another great place to eat while in the area.  If you are looking for a more down home setting where the locals like to eat, you’ve found the right place.  Their buffet will have you going back again and the waitresses will make you feel as if you’re a neighbor.  [Buffet – > Catering – > Family]

The Dairy Delite Restaurant in Rupert is another homestyle restaurant where you can experiance not only local dining, but the friendliness of the local people as well.  This isn’t just a place to find ice-cream, because they have a full menu of your favorite meals.  Hamburgers are made from 100% ground chuck and their desserts are made fresh. In season they have ramp dinners, fresh catfish and pig roasts.   They’ll even give you a free cookie if you mention you found out about them through WVyourWay!  [Catering – > Country Cooking – > Family]

The Spare Time Sports Bar & Grill is located in the bowling alley north of Lewisburg on US 219 and they serve some very nice meals which you can enjoy while watching your favorite teams on their many TV screens.  Their grille serves the number one burgers, wings and quesadillas in the valley.  [Casual-Fine Dining – > Sports Bar/Grill – > Music]

The Gables Restaurant in Hines, which is between Rupert and Rainelle on US 60, offers dining in a soothing atmosphere for those wanting to enjoy a delicious meal.  Their Bolivian coffee is roasted fresh daily and you can enjoy breakfast items any time of the day. Their menu includes a variety of casual foods from hot dogs and hamburgers to ribs, Rotisserie chicken, crab cakes, fried green tomato sandwiches, fried chicken and steaks and seafood. [Breakfast All Day – > Casual-Fine Dining – > Coffee]

January 3, 2011 - Posted by | Restaurants | , , , , ,


  1. Very informative and i really want to try some of those places. The Food and Friends sounds wonderful and i really want to try that bread! Are you going to be blogging about different places to dine in other counties?

    Comment by Shawna | January 6, 2011 | Reply

  2. Thank you for your comments, Shawna. I do plan on blogging about restaurants in other areas. As a matter of a fact, my plan is to do one on restaurants in Sutton very soon.

    Comment by wvyourway | January 6, 2011 | Reply

  3. I did not know that there was a Restaurant in Rupert called the Gables. My ex and his wife own a bar in Chillicothe, OH called Blue Gables. I am sure the Restaurant is better, cleaner. I will have to check it our since my daughter lives on that end of the county.

    Comment by Melanie Cox | January 7, 2011 | Reply

    • It really is a nice restaurant and the owners are very friendly. They’re the kind of business I love to see suceed. Make sure you mention WVyourWay when you go in there, please. It all helps.

      Comment by wvyourway | January 8, 2011 | Reply

  4. Will do.

    Comment by Melanie Cox | January 8, 2011 | Reply

  5. Stella’s in Lewisburg just opened recently on Lafayette St. It is in a restored/renovated historic home and from the menu I picked up on Tuesday looks like an interesting place to check out. Have you seen it yet?
    Their web page is still under consrtuction though right now, ad opp perhaps?

    Comment by Melanie Cox | February 9, 2011 | Reply

    • Thank you Melanie. I’ve not been there yet, but I will check it out. Thanks again for the heads up.

      Comment by wvyourway | February 18, 2011 | Reply

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