The 7 Best Places for BIG Food in West Virginia! By
You’ve heard the term “go big or go home,” but you’ve probably not heard it in relation to the size of your food. The epic places below are the best to find big food in West Virginia. We’re talking big burgers, big burritos, and much more. Here are our favorites.
If you love steak, then you’ll love West Virginia Polo Club in Parkersburg, West Virginia. Known as a sports bar, this surprising place has amazing food. Hungry diners will enjoy fried pepperoni rolls, smoke gouda mac-n-cheese bites, delicious overstuffed sandwiches, and other better-than-standard bar food, but what sets WV Polo Club apart is the size of their burgers and steaks. Burger lovers can try their 20-ounce signature burger with double meat, double bacon, and double cheese, or for more hearty eaters, there is the two-pound “Big A** Steak” that’s cooked to order. Thursday is steak night when you get a great discount on your steak choice.
Located in Morgantown, West Virginia, this authentic California-style taqueria brings home great taste at reasonable prices. Open until 10 p.m. every night except on weekends when they’re open until 3 a.m., they specialize in huge, fat burritos. Hungry eaters can try eating the enormous 6.5-pound burrito, or choose their own fillings, toppings, and salsa. If burritos are not to your liking, they also have the best quesadillas and fish tacos that are very popular. Everything is made there and from fresh ingredients, and they serve breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
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Hillbilly Hotdogs in Lesage, West Virginia, is home to monster meals like the five-pound and 17-pound burgers they offer. The largest burger is made with 30 pounds of beef, bread, lettuce, pickles, onions, and plenty of cheese. If burgers aren’t your thing, but you still want a jumbo sandwich, they have a 15-inch, three-pound hot dog called the Homewrecker made with a one-pound beef wiener, jalapenos, sautéed peppers and onions, nacho cheese, habanero peppers, chili sauce, mustard, slaw, lettuce, tomato, and cheese on a large bun. The current record for eating this dog is two minutes and 34 seconds, although anything under 12 minutes is considered a win.
What could be better than pizza with all your favorite toppings and gooey melted cheese hot out of the oven? How about a giant pizza with all that? That’s what you’ll get a Napoli’s in Mineral Wells, Vienna, and several Parkersburg, West Virginia locations. You can have a delicious 16-inch pizza pie with your choice of eight toppings or pick one of the other popular versions like Pepperoni Lover or Garden Patch. The pizza is cut into 16 square slices, and is one of Napoli’s best-selling pizzas.
'Twas the Saturday before Christmas and all through the house; Not a creature was wanting to cook, not even the mouse; So they called up Napoli's, all waiting with glee; Watching down the road, for the yellow truck they will soon see; When the truck arrived, they ran to the door; As the Napoli's delivery driver approached, they let our a joyous roar; Before the driver could knock, Little Timmy ran out to greet; The family brought in their pizza, it was going to be quite a treat!; The family with joy, let out a whistle; As the driver flew back to his truck, like the down of a thistle; But I heard the Napoli's driver say as he drove out of sight - "Happy Christmas to all, and to all a good night!"
With two convenient locations in Morgantown and Weirton, West Virginia, PeppeBroni’s Pizza is home to the giant calzone called the Coliseum Calzone. You can choose from your favorite meats, cheeses, and veggies to top this enormous creation. Not to worry if you fancy a smaller meal, though. They have other tasty treats on the menu, like the Apple Medley Pizza made with a white sauce, Granny Smith apples, red onions, garlic, spinach and feta cheese, or a specialty hoagie like the Meatebroni, heaped with meatballs, four kinds of pepperoni, cheese, and marinara sauce.
Do you love simple, good food? Then come on down to Morgan’s High Street Diner in Morgantown, West Virginia, for some of the best country cooking around. Open every day except Monday, you can get breakfast any time of the day and enjoy favorites like chocolate chip pancakes, chicken and grits, or traditional biscuits and sausage gravy. And if you have a bigger appetite and love dessert, join the Morgan’s Challenge and try to eat a giant 15-scoop ice cream sundae with toppings and whipped cream in 10 minutes or less.
The He-Man Breakfast is the ultimate start to the day at the Poky Dot in Fairmont, West Virginia. Made of four eggs, ham, bacon, sausage, pancakes, biscuits and sausage gravy, potatoes, and toast, this enormous meal is served on a clean metal trash can lid. Originally a drive-thru barbecue and hotdog stand, this whimsical diner offers a nostalgic atmosphere, including old-fashioned sodas and juicy burgers.