This place had a good energy, good vibe. Something about it... Just seemed "right." Although I only had fish & chips (and beer), I was mighty happy. One of those spots, can't put my finger on it... Just good.
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I always eat at the Bluegrass when in Charleston, great food and a meatloaf dish to die for....great parking and a great location on the East End, love taking friends there and showing them what southern hospitality and southern cooking is all about while listening...More
I like how the Bluegrass Kitchen will bring in local WV vegetables and menu items. You can find some organic food here. The lunch prices are less than the dinner prices, which run higher. The food is good and the service is good.
Didn't open till 3:30 so it was perfect for us for a late lunch while driving home to Michigan. The sauce on brisket barbecue was very good. Cosmos were so good that I couldn't resist having two. Also, our waitress (very good) said we shouldn't...More
How many times do you say "I prefer a good hometown restaurant over the corpoarate chains anytime" ? Well, when in Charleston you need to stop here and explore their menu. Brunch on the weekend is a good start. Deep dish Quiche or the Eggs...More
We had a good meal. Nice cod dinner. But the star of the show was the blueberry cobbler pie. Absolutely awesome. Could have it for breakfast and dessert every day.
Great place for dinner. Nice size portions that can be split if you are not a "BIG" eater. We had the trout with grits and it was delicious. Restaurant caters to local musicians and if you like bluegrass and old fashion appalachian music this is...More