Dining

Here are our personal favorite recommendations of places to go eat in the area.

We are still in the process of adding to this, so please let us know if you have any recommendations!

Spicy curries, noodles & stir-fries, plus a separate vegan menu, in a low-key space with a patio.

https://chaangthai.com/

 

Mark Tasker has been working in a kitchen since he was sixteen years old. He began his career at Silver Tree in Deep Creek Lake, Maryland, where after six months he became the Sous Chef. Then Mark moved to California where he furthered his culinary knowledge at Cendio, Vigilicci’s Ristorante and JRDN.

When Mark returned home to Maryland, he served as the Sous Chef at Will ‘O the Wisp for the next three years. Striving for the best culinary knowledge, Mark staged at several restaurants including Newtons in Washington D.C. and Eleven Madison Park in New York City.

Chef Mark focuses on New American cuisine, creating seasonal and whimsical small plates. He believes food is an art form that everyone can enjoy. Mark is the founding member of Table 9 and Tru Art Restaurant Group. Table 9 is Chef Mark’s first signature restaurant focusing on the craft of what a restaurant should be and can become.

http://dinetable9.com/

Pizzeria chain offering an array of craft beers, plus specialty pizzas, salads & sandwiches.

https://piesandpints.net/

Cozy gastropub featuring New American bites, local beers & specialty cocktails in warm environments.

http://ironhorsetvrn.com/

 

Where It All Began

In 1965, Sonny and Shirley Oliverio founded Oliverio’s Ristorante in Bridgeport, West Virginia.  Sonny and his father, Pete, remodeled the building, adding seating for up to twenty-three people. The restaurant opened in March of 1966 and was named, “Sonny’s Restaurant.” The first menu was very basic, serving ice cream, pizzas, and hoagies. Sonny and Shirley both shared a passion for food and created many homemade recipes including Fried Chicken, The Stacked Steak, and our very own House Dressing.  At the time, Sonny’s was one of four restaurants in Bridgeport.

In 1968, the Oliverio’s added onto the restaurant which brought the seating capacity to 50. Restaurant competition began to increase in the 1980’s and Sonny’s felt the effects as business slowed down from it’s booming start.

The restaurant was closed in May of 1988 due to a fire in the kitchen that caused damage to the entire building. The decision was made to renovate and make some changes. Shirley was very influential in updating everything about Sonny’s Restaurant.  In September 1988, the new restaurant opened.  The building had a completely new look, new menu, and totally new concept.  At that time the name changed to “Oliverio’s Ristorante.”  Everything was different except the food and the service–those remained top notch.

People began to flock to Oliverio’s.  They fell in love with the all-you-can-eat bread sticks and House Italian salad.  Popular dishes like Chicken Marsala, Chicken Olio, Angel Hair Pasta and Sicialn Trio were added and remain some of the most popular today.  With the newfound popularity, Oliverio’s began to outgrow its capacity.  In the fall of 1992, the latest renovation took place at the Bridgeport store, this time, Sonny and Shirley’s son Pete was the architect.  He designed a large front dining room, bar and entry, expanding the overall capacity to 210 people.

Over the years our Family and Business has continued to grow and evolve.  There are now more than 30 members of the immediate family, many of which work hands on in one of our hospitality venues.  There are now three generations under Sonny and Shirley guaranteeing that Oliverio’s legacy will live on for years to come.   To this date we collectively operate the following businesses:

 

 

Oliverio’s Bridgeport

 

Oliverio’s On The Wharf (Morgantown)

Via Veneto Event

 

The Social Tap

 

Almost Heaven Desserts and Coffee

Our Roots.

Hey – thanks Uncle Joe

It all started during the Great Depression – with Joe Primanti operating a small sandwich cart in Pittsburgh’s now-historic Strip District, an area that even in 1933 was a bustling hub of activity. Strong sales allowed Joe to open a storefront that year – feeding hungry truck drivers and shift workers at all hours of the day.

 

ABOUT US

WE ARE A GASTROPUB

Bacon, Bourbon & Beer is a Locally owned and operated establishment located along the Racetrack Rd Corridor.

The Boston Beanery Story

 

The Boston Beanery is the neighborhood spot where anyone can stop in, at any time, and feel at home right away. We’re about good food, good drinks, and good company.

Our menu has been developed over time to provide freshness, quality, flavor, and a taste of Boston. We’re known for our wings, our handcrafted burgers, our chowder (of course), and the flavorful sandwiches from our Beacon Hill Grill. Our salads are always crisp, fresh, and packed with quality ingredients. And you can’t go wrong with the homemade crab cakes, charbroiled chicken breasts, or pizzas crafted with homemade dough and sauce. When you’re with us, you can count on food that will put a smile on your face.

Something else you can count on at the Boston Beanery? A friendly staff that’s always happy to see you. The members of the Beanery family are passionate about providing each guest with a fun, relaxing experience. Gracious smiles and warm hospitality are always going to be the most important part of the Boston Beanery experience.

 
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