Five West Virginia restaurants that have outdoor spaces worth traveling to.
It’s the outdoor dining season again, and diners in search of special experiences can enjoy the great outdoors at these foodie-favorite restaurants.
The Forks Inn
With a gorgeous covered dining deck that overlooks breathtaking mountainscapes, The Forks Inn near Elkins pairs delightful food with stunning views. Evening reservation times capture West Virginia wilderness at a truly golden hour, casting the deck in a warm glow as the sun slowly sinks in the sky.
smokey’s on the Gorge
At the very edge of the New River Gorge sits Smokey’s on the Gorge. The view of the gorge sprawls out before you as you enjoy a mouthwatering meal on the deck—a stunning backdrop that makes for a unique and memorable meal.
The Lakehouse Restaurant
It is simply a fact that all seafood tastes better near the water. The Lakehouse Restaurant in Mountaineer Country’s Cheat Lake area offers you that opportunity with a front-row seat to life on the water, where you can take in the shimmery lakeside sunlight and fresh mountain air.
The Humble Tomato
Lewisburg gem The Humble Tomato offers up a charming patio space in the midst of the restaurant’s well-loved garden. Enjoy a mocktail in the presence of your furry friend in the pet-friendly space, taking in the rich greens and floral hues that make up this lovely dining option.