Explore the Hatfield McCoy Region


T he small businesses lining Logan’s downtown streets are hip and cool. Take Hot Cup Coffee , for instance. This local coffee shop serves up an eclectic mix of espresso drinks, including a slew of things you won’t see anywhere else. Once you’ve gotten your coffee fix, head across the street to Nu Era Bakery , a local favorite since 1940, for a hearty lunch topped off with a decadent fresh-baked dessert—everything from cakes to pies to donuts. For a relaxing dinner with a great cut of meat, 317 Steakhouse in Logan is known for the best steaks in the area. If you have a taste for Italian, try Chirico’s Ristorante on Main Street. Savor unique family recipes, from their famous bread to their exclusive Italian butter brickle dessert. If you need something quick, Morrison’s Drive Inn has been serving world- famous hot dogs, hamburgers, and homemade onion rings since 1947. Morrison's hot dog was even ranked in the top 32 hot dogs in the United States by Rachael Ray’s magazine. You can find a little bit of everything at the Four Seasons Country Store on Main Avenue, including delicious food at its deli. Grab a bite while you shop, snag a seat on one of the outside picnic tables to enjoy some slow cooked, mouth watering bbq, or rent a kayak for a fun time on the river. Later, enjoy an old-fashioned country meal at The Surry House in Chapmanville. Be sure to try the fried green tomatoes, egg salad sandwich, and cornbread salad. If you have a craving for pizza, head to the Hillbilly Fire Pit in Man for a great local pie.

A Native Animal Treasure Reintroduced West Virginia’s last native elk was seen in Webster County in 1875. As a result of a reintroduction program beginning

management and insights into what the Division of Natural Resources is doing to make sure the growing elk herd thrives in its new home. Tours are offered daily in the fall at Chief Logan State Park Lodge. Spots book up fast, so make your reservation as soon as possible. Book online at wvstateparks.com.

in 2016, about 90 free-roaming elk make up a growing herd in southern West Virginia. Back by popular demand, Elk Tours are the best way to learn about elk


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