Suburban Extended Stay Hotel
40 Sterling Drive
Morgantown, WV 26505
Phone: (304) 291-2535
Fax: (304) 291-2556
40 Sterling Drive , Morgantown, WV, US, 26505
- Phone: (304) 291-2535
- Fax: (304) 291-2556
Bars & Cafes
Anyone who has a large appetite will love Fat Head's "Headwiches" because they are big... really big. And with names like "The Artery Clogger" and "The Bay of Pigs," you know they're chock full of goodness. Fat Head's also features a variety of burgers, subs and wings. There are a few entrees, but nothing beats the crowd that shows up every Wednesday for wing night. The full-service bar is usually packed in the evenings, with many patrons focused solely on the impressive imported and microbrewed beer selection. Lunch and dinner are served daily. See website for menu, beer list, online gift shop, and more.
There was a time when Blue Lou's and Mario's were two distinct establishments, even though they had the same owner. Several years ago the owner knocked down the dividing wall to combine the bars. One of the hottest nightspots on the South Side, Mario's/Blue Lou's is always crowded. The extensive menu features sandwiches, salads, burgers and the famous BBQ ribs, which are roasted for eight hours before touching the grill. Also watch out for waitresses sliding down the fire pole bearing cakes.
Houlihan's has something for everyone: lunch, dinner, late night dining, live music or DJ, and a dance floor. The menu offers beef and chicken cooked on the wood-fired grill, sandwiches, fajitas, salads and plenty of delicious appetizers. There is a different quiche on the menu every day. Happy hour features discounts on appetizers, which can be a meal on their own. A smoking section is designated in the dining room after 5pm; before then smokers are sent to the lounge. Reservations are accepted every day, except Fridays and Saturdays.
Located near the University of Pittsburgh in Oakland, Mad Mex offers a lively atmosphere and delicious Mexican cuisine. Dishes have interesting names like Heavy Duty Judy's Curry Chicken Burrito. The full-service bar offers an impressive variety of microbrews and some of the biggest margaritas you will ever see. This is not a place for a quiet conversation. The restaurant offers background music and loud conversation, and is perfect for a fun night on the town. The nightly special is from 11pm to 1am when food is half price. See website for menus, draft beer list, and locations all around the region.
Established in 1960, The Original Hot Dog Shop started as a small eatery. As the success of Syd and Moe's restaurant grew, the news of their secret sauce spread, and more and more people came by to try what they were missing. Restaurant expansions and menu additions soon followed, and in no time this place was receiving recognition on an international platform with television coverage, newspaper articles and magazine publications. Even today, if you ask any alumni what they most remember about University of Pittsburgh campus, the answer will likely be “The O.” A variety of hot dogs, french fries, subs, wings and pizzas is what you can try out here. Don't miss out on their famous fries, which fill a large plate that you probably will want to share! This lively place stays open late, and is a great option for a late-night bite.
Caffe Amante is the cornerstone of Fifth Avenue Place, a retail and office complex located in downtown Pittsburgh. The restaurant specializes in Northern Italian and Continental cuisine. The owners boast about a family recipe for the Beans and Greens with Sausage. Other favorites include crab cakes, pastas and veal chops. A full-service bar and extensive wine list are also available. The restaurant will also host banquets.
For several years, chef Christos Malacrinos cooked traditional Grecian cuisine for Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy Onassis onboard the yacht, Christina. These days Malacrinos is serving the same dishes at his downtown restaurant. Diners favor the Moussaka, Spanakopita and lamb kabobs. Make sure you save room for Christos' special dessert, ekmek. The dessert, which was created for Onassis, is a white cake topped with honey, custard, cinnamon and whipped cream.
Located in Shadyside, Buffalo Blues was recently voted as having the best wings in Pittsburgh. You'll understand the vote after tasting some of the 13 special sauces, ranging from sweet to "Hotter 'n Hell." In addition, the menu features a variety of sandwiches, ribs and salads. Swordfish and catfish are also favorites. On the weekends, either a DJ or a band performs. Music ranges from blues to reggae to classic rock and roll. There are also some pool tables for those who need more than wings and a beer to occupy their night.
The name says it all. The Church Brew Works is a brewery occupying a renovated Catholic church. A gigantic copper kettle now sits where the altar once was and the mesmerizing stained-glass windows shine light on patrons swilling distinctive ales and lagers. The house brews are named in view of the unique environment: Pipe Organ Ale, Bell Tower Brown Ale and Pious Monk Dunkel. In addition, guests can feast on contemporary versions of steak, pizza, burgers and unique pierogie combinations. Dine in the company of dazzling lamps, endless pillars and perfectly symmetric arches that make up this stunning architectural marvel.
Tazza D'oro, meaning cup of gold in Italian, is a premier coffee house located in the Highland Park neighborhood of Pittsburgh. Owner Amy Enrico wanted a place that reflects her love of European cuisine and ambiance. The highly trained baristas will expertly mix together the perfect cup of coffee using various brewing techniques. The cafe offers specialty coffees, breads, pastries, soups, salads and imported meats and cheeses. All ingredients are locally sourced and certified organic.