Bridge Road Bistro

Charleston, WV

The Bridge Road Bistro is located in the quaint South Hills neighborhood of Charleston, just minutes from downtown. Since opening in 2004, the Bistro has earned both regional & national acclaim for its cuisine & has won a prestigious Wine Spectator Magazine award for 10 years straight. Our cuisine is classically rooted with global & contemporary influences while supporting local farmers, regional producers & our community. We specialize in locally grown vegetables and grain fed natural beef, veal & lamb. We support our WV Farmers and provide many seafood and American dishes as well.
American Fused-Farm to Fork Casual/Fine dining. Live Entertainment Wed, Thurs and Saturdays. Catering and deliveries available, Weddings, Reunions & Private Rooms.
11am to 11:30-(9:30 food service ends) Fri-Sat Closed on Sundays-except Mother’s Day we have a Brunch Buffet

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