The Oldest Restaurant In West Virginia Has A Truly Captivating History

Sometimes a business cannot survive on its history alone. It must evolve and adapt to the times in order to survive. It must grow and expand to meet the needs of the current age. This is exactly why West Virginia’s oldest restaurant, North End Tavern & Brewery in Parkersburg – also known as The Net – still exists after 118 years in business.

It is a restaurant with this kind of longevity that proves time and tradition can be used to bring people together, while creating a landmark through which the past can never die.

North End Tavern & Brewery
3500 Emerson Avenue
Parkersburg, West Virginia 26104

Mon – Sat: 8am – 12am
Sun: 11am – 8pm

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Want to learn more about West Virginia’s dining choices? Take a look at these 10 historic restaurants.

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