FOOD & DRINK

Ultimate Huntington Pubcrawl 2018

According to legend, Huntington's first prostitute came to town on a riverboat the day the city was incorporated on February 27, 1871. Written by Cody Lambert. *This article is intended for readers 21 years of age or older* Well, dear readers, the days are getting...

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Yappy Hour For Dogs Coming To The Bodega

Written by Aaron-Michael Fox. It’s no secret that Huntingtonians love our pets. Huntington’s win in PetSafe’s nationwide dog park contest in 2011 was perhaps our most publicized achievement, but many human residents are spending extra time every day making sure the...

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Sip Wine and Whiskey Bar: Where Friends Meet

Written by Jessica Hurst.  It was a dark and stormy night; the rain fell in torrents…okay, that line has been used before, but it really was a rainy Friday night when I ventured out to Sip Wine and Whiskey Bar in Heritage Station. Sip was recently named the Best...

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Get Sconed At River And Rail Bakery

Written by Aaron-Michael Fox.  On Monday, Jan. 9, the City of Huntington relaunched its “Open to All” campaign which is aimed at promoting diversity and acceptance in the Huntington community. Businesses and organizations who take the Open to All Pledge promise to...

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Winter Beer Fest: Freezing Your Glass Off

Written by Aaron-Michael Fox. UPDATE: The Wild & Wonderful Winter Beer Fest has been moved to the old Food Fair building at 115 Sixth Avenue. The date and time remain the same.  If you’re a beer connoisseur, you’ll want to mark February 9, 2018 on your calendar for...

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Moonlight Cookies: Get Baked After Dark

Written by Jessica Hurst.  Have you ever had a longing for a freshly baked cookie in the wee hours of the night, but not the wherewithal to make them yourself? If you live in Huntington, then you’re in luck. From 8 p.m. until 1 a.m. on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday...

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Food Paradise at Shangri-La Restaurant

Written by Henry Culvyhouse. Today, a Marshall University graduate student will be opening his first business — the same day he will do his final presentation for his Master’s degree in business administration. Talk about a scheduling conflict. Located at 322 Tenth...

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Navarino Bay Restaurant: Timelessly Modern

Written by Aaron-Michael Fox. A new “modern” Greek restaurant is slated to open in downtown Huntington in January 2018. Located in the new market at 809 Third Avenue, it will feature an eclectic blend of Greek-influenced fusion cuisine in a delightfully hip...

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The Daily Grind With Grindstone Coffeeology

Written by Henry Culvyhouse.   For its second winter season, the now iconic silver Grindstone Coffeeology truck will be serving Huntington’s downtown workers on weekday mornings. It will surely be a welcome site. Especially on those dreaded Monday mornings, when no...

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A Seat At The Table 1.1

Written by Jessica Hurst. Food represents what we cannot otherwise express. Food is how our mothers and grandmothers (or fathers and grandfathers) show they love us. Food is how we comfort our friends and neighbors in times of distress. Food binds us to our past and...

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