Dine At The Historic Spot In West Virginia Where Two Presidents Headquartered In The Civil War

We’ve got our fair share of historic bars in West Virginia, including the reportedly oldest bar in the state. But there’s one famous bar hangout in West Virginia that packs a punch in terms of history, yet it is more of a hidden local gem despite its historical significance. That bar is Fosters Main Street Tavern in Beckley, West Virginia. Its historic significance? Among other claims to fame, it was on this spot back in the mid-1800s that future U.S. Presidents William McKinley and Rutherford B. Hayes were headquartered during the Civil War.

Learn more at Foster’s Main Street Tavern’s website or Facebook page. Have you ever visited Fosters? Did you know the history behind this local favorite restaurant and bar hangout in Beckley, West Virginia?

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Address: Foster's Main Street Tavern, 121 Main St, Beckley, WV 25801, USA