Bluefield, Virginia has become an unexpected restaurant destination for the middle classes of both America and Canada. Who are we to judge how much you can afford to eat? The New American grub is tantalizingly delicious now. It all seemed so sudden.
The skeptics might say this town lives off food stamps and therefore there are no good restaurants. Newsflash: the kitchen aces around these parts aren’t trying to sway the folk from Charlotte.
Oh well, more for the real Virginians in Bluefield, Virginia to enjoy. Devotees of oysters, tomatoes and blue crabs could be crushing nectarous platters that taste like crack.
You may be confused at first by how these creative top chefs use Italian herbs like oregano and basil in non-Italian caesar salads or kale. But it all works in the end. Alumni from colleges like Hampden–Sydney College and Emory & Henry College tend to post on social media about these places because of their relishing takes on bagels or chowders and generally good vibes.
Epicureans from Boston should seek new restaurants that challenge deeply held convictions about food. Welcome to the Commonwealth.
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508 Commerce Dr
Bluefield, VA 24605