Are there any good fine dinning resta...

Are there any good fine dinning restaurants in this area????

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good chef

Saint Albans, WV

#1 Sep 14, 2013
Im looking for a nice place with great food, a nice wine list and quite dinning and a quaint atmophere...So tired of the generic sports bar type place....Applebee's, Logan's, Friday's and that crappy Fireside Grille in Teays Valley. I have tried Bridgestreet Bistro and Fith Quarter and they were ok....Looking for a nice quite place where a couple can go for a romantic dinner, drink a nice bottle of wine and have an outstanding desert....be able to talk and hold hands, and not have to put up with the noice of TVs blairing, drunks yelling or loud music. Somewhere you can go and make memories..........
Wvgirl

United States

#2 Sep 14, 2013
good chef wrote:
Im looking for a nice place with great food, a nice wine list and quite dinning and a quaint atmophere...So tired of the generic sports bar type place....Applebee's, Logan's, Friday's and that crappy Fireside Grille in Teays Valley. I have tried Bridgestreet Bistro and Fith Quarter and they were ok....Looking for a nice quite place where a couple can go for a romantic dinner, drink a nice bottle of wine and have an outstanding desert....be able to talk and hold hands, and not have to put up with the noice of TVs blairing, drunks yelling or loud music. Somewhere you can go and make memories..........
Laury's
poor baby

Ashburn, VA

#3 Sep 14, 2013
Wvgirl wrote:
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Laury's
I agree completely! My husband and I have been going for years. Their ribeye steak is unbelievable! Oh and definitely do yourself a favor and get the bananas foster for desert. That alone is worth the trip and they cook it table side.

Oh, and if you are wanting an amazing Italian dinner, Fazios is the only place to go. Family owned and has never changed their recipes. A true Charleston gem.

Hope this helps! Enjoy!
Steak

United States

#4 Sep 14, 2013
Is the Chop House still open?
perfection

Chesapeake, OH

#5 Sep 14, 2013
HOOTERS
good chef

Saint Albans, WV

#6 Sep 14, 2013
Been to Fazio,s many times...not impressed at all, been to Laury,s once and they could cook my steak right to save their soul........never been to Chop House
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Man Up

Pittsburgh, PA

#8 Sep 15, 2013
I was in the smokehouse the other day , everything on the menu that my family and I had was great! Also great service.
you got it

Charleston, WV

#9 Sep 15, 2013
Man Up wrote:
I was in the smokehouse the other day , everything on the menu that my family and I had was great! Also great service.
bwahahaha - the Smokehouse - yes
Nice and romantic
Jack

Chesapeake, VA

#10 Sep 16, 2013
good chef wrote:
Im looking for a nice place with great food, a nice wine list and quite dinning and a quaint atmophere...So tired of the generic sports bar type place....Applebee's, Logan's, Friday's and that crappy Fireside Grille in Teays Valley. I have tried Bridgestreet Bistro and Fith Quarter and they were ok....Looking for a nice quite place where a couple can go for a romantic dinner, drink a nice bottle of wine and have an outstanding desert....be able to talk and hold hands, and not have to put up with the noice of TVs blairing, drunks yelling or loud music. Somewhere you can go and make memories..........
You will not find it in Charleston! If you are serious, and I believe you are a man of means. Fly into the Europen capital of fine cooking, "Paris" at LeMeurice you will forget about the cornbread, beans and pork jaws once you tried this place.
MsKamish

Charleston, WV

#11 Sep 16, 2013
Jack wrote:
<quoted text>You will not find it in Charleston! If you are serious, and I believe you are a man of means. Fly into the Europen capital of fine cooking, "Paris" at LeMeurice you will forget about the cornbread, beans and pork jaws once you tried this place.
Obviously you can't get "out much" because of that corn cob stuck somewhere..The only "Jaws" flapping around here are yours....you may want to try a vegan diet until you realize they are JOWLS.....

Laury's wonderful, semi private dining.
MsKamish

Charleston, WV

#12 Sep 16, 2013
And Don't forget the Greenbrier, it is a great Saturday, day trip, but worth it...
billhilly

Baltimore, MD

#13 Sep 16, 2013
Angela's on The river in St. Albans is nice also
Rumor has it

Newport News, VA

#14 Sep 16, 2013
I've heard Noah's is amazing.
http://noahseclectic.com/
SEcond to none

Charleston, WV

#15 Sep 16, 2013
Dear Good Chef

Go to Laurys you won't be disappointed. The food, service and atmosphere are second to none. A very nice wine list and the desert menu is awesome.
smokey

Dunbar, WV

#16 Sep 16, 2013
no, there are none
good chef

Saint Albans, WV

#17 Sep 16, 2013
billhilly wrote:
Angela's on The river in St. Albans is nice also
Are you kidding me...I use to work for that crazy lady and I wouldn't call what they serve there Fine Dinning...over rated home cooking is what it is. She had a great guy there named Jay that was putting out some great food and she pissed him off.
good chef

Saint Albans, WV

#18 Sep 16, 2013
MsKamish wrote:
And Don't forget the Greenbrier, it is a great Saturday, day trip, but worth it...
wpart of Charleston didn't you understand...I use to work at the Greenbrier and did my internship under Executive Chef Timmons and he is a great chef and the Greenbrier is one of the nicest places in the states.......
good chef

Saint Albans, WV

#19 Sep 16, 2013
Jack wrote:
<quoted text>You will not find it in Charleston! If you are serious, and I believe you are a man of means. Fly into the Europen capital of fine cooking, "Paris" at LeMeurice you will forget about the cornbread, beans and pork jaws once you tried this place.
I don't have to go to Paris to get some great food, The Greenbrier is just up the road.....I started this post to see what people thought about the restaurants in this area.....
Jack

Chesapeake, VA

#20 Sep 16, 2013
MsKamish wrote:
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Obviously you can't get "out much" because of that corn cob stuck somewhere..The only "Jaws" flapping around here are yours....you may want to try a vegan diet until you realize they are JOWLS.....
Laury's wonderful, semi private dining.
So you have eaten "Hog Jowls"! Lmao
slurpy

Barboursville, WV

#21 Sep 16, 2013
The Chop house is nice. Naturally, it's pricey but, worth it.

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