Looking for the best places in West Virginia? We have those answers and more in this year’s Best of West Virginia issue. Each year our readers cast ballots, and this year they cast more than ever before. Nearly 200,000 votes rolled in selecting the very best in more than 70 categories. Read about this year’s winners in our drive-in category and use the 2020 Best of West Virginia awards as your personal guide to the state’s best eateries, towns, parks, cideries, museums, and more.
Jim’s Drive In has been providing old-fashioned curbside service since the 1950s, and it’s Best of West Virginia’s Best Drive-In for a second time this year. At this retro restaurant, call up a carhop and order traditional American fare like burgers, hot dogs, barbecue, chili, fried green tomatoes, onion rings, and French fries. Don’t leave without a real-fruit milkshake or a soft-serve cone for the road. 479 Washington Street, Lewisburg, 304.645.2590, @jimsdrivein on Facebook
1449 Hal Greer Boulevard, Huntington, 304.523.6851, frostopdriveinn.mapforfood.com, “Frostop Drive-In” on Facebook
King Tut Drive-In
301 North Eisenhower Drive, Beckley, 304.252.6353, kingtutdrivein.com, “King Tut Drive-In” on Facebook
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