The Tiny Shop In West Virginia That Everyone Visits During The Holidays

The humble pepperoni roll has a great part in West Virginia’s history, with its beginning as an easily portable lunch for miners. This West Virginia bakery has been making beloved pepperoni rolls for over a hundred years.

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Tomaro’s is located at 411 N 4th St, Clarksburg, West Virginia. You can stop in on Mondays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays from 8-5, and on Sundays from 8-1. The bakery is closed on Tuesdays and Saturdays.

For more Christmas traditions in West Virginia, check out these horse-drawn carriage rides, or this holiday lights road trip.