6 best places to pick up tailgate snacks to-go

Where are the best post-game hangouts in West Virginia? Here are just a few…


Pittsburgh-based Primanti Bros. now has an urban location in Wheeling and after a day of rooting on your team, its in-house gas fire pit, flat-screen televisions and full-service bar are just what you need to wind down and catch up on some other scores. The menu includes a big selection of sandwiches, wings, pizzas— and of course the hand-cut fries!Beer bottles at a pub in West Virginia

Generations Restaurant & Pub boasts a 1,000-square-foot deck for some after-game relaxation. Ownership spans four generations and whether it’s indoor dining or outdoor fun, they have a little bit of everything. Pasta, fish and chips, burgers, sandwiches and salads are featured— but the pierogies are a staple. Make sure and ask your server about the draft beer selection!

Wanna keep your post-game celebration local? Check out Wheeling Brewing Company. Soup, salad, flatbread pizzas and sandwiches are part of the menu, but the real star player is the beer and wine selection. House drafts and seasonal beers are available in pints, half pints, flights and pitchers— including 4 West Virginia breweries. The wine selection varies weekly and specials are always available in 8-oz glasses.

Harpers Ferry/Shepherdstown

Inside the Clarion Hotel in Harpers Ferry is the White Horse Tavern. There’s no better place to hydrate and re-energize after a big win on game day! Fried Maryland crab balls, steamed & spiced shrimp, signature crab cake sandwiches and a make-your-own burger board can be paired with craft beers and bourbons for the ultimate post-game meal.


Stop in one of the three Morgantown locations of the Boston Beanery for some downtime after the game! Appetizers, pizzas, sandwiches, soups, salads and more combined with signature drinks and full bar selection make this popular pub a destination location.


One of Fairmont’s best neighborhood hangouts is Derby Bar and Grill. The menu ranges from American classics like cheeseburgers and beer-battered fries to chimichangas. A full bar and good drink selection coupled with a lot of televisions makes this spot ideal for an after- game hangout.


Wondering where to go after the game in Charleston? Sam’s Uptown Cafe has all of your game-day fare— including live music, a pool table, and comfortable couches and second- floor balcony facing downtown Charleston.


Hands down the best place to be after the game is Hank’s in Huntington. Known for delicious bar food, daily beer specials and even karaoke— it brings new meaning to the afterparty!


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This post was last updated on July 28, 2020