Attractions Near Beander’s Restaurant & Tavern
– Elkins, WV
Enjoy Great Food & Drinks While Exploring Randolph County
“Where Good Food, Good Friends & Good Times Come Together”
Visitors to Elkins are invited to explore everything our intriguing arts-centered area has to offer. From majestic mountain vista and scenic wonders to some of the finest historical and cultural experiences in the Appalachian Mountains, Randolph County, WV offers ample opportunities to make memories that will last a lifetime. When you’re ready to take a break from exploring, be sure to stop in to Beander’s Restaurant & Tavern for a tasty bite to eat and a refreshing local craft beer! We can prepare a convenient boxed picnic lunch for you and your group before you head out, as well.
Monongahela National Forest – Restaurant in Elkins, WV
Get out and explore the thousands of miles of untamed rivers, streams, and mountains at Monongahela National Forest. This one-million-acre wilderness is accessible from the Ranger Station in Elkins on Sycamore Street (stop in for a map). Be sure to fill up on great food and beverages at Beander’s Restaurant & Tavern in town before you head out hiking, biking, or fishing. If you don’t make out too well on your trout fishing excursion, don’t worry. We will prepare a wonderful meal when you get back to town!
Branson-style Dinner Theater at Gandy Dancer Theatre
Gandy Dancer Theatre and Conference Center in Elkins offers family-friendly entertainment everyone can appreciate. Some of the area’s finest vocalists, musicians, and performing artists deliver dazzling variety show performances, Christmas shows, concerts, and even a murder mystery theater. Whether you love Country, Pop, Modern Rock, patriotic American music, Gospel, Motown, Bluegrass, or are a big fan of Elvis or the other music legends (Dolly Parton, Sonny & Cher, etc.), Gandy Dancer Theatre has a show you will love. Take in lunch at Beander’s Restaurant & Tavern before you head over for dinner – and we will welcome you back for drinks after the show!
Restaurant Near Dolly Sods Wilderness Area
If you plan to be near Randolph County, you do not want to miss the opportunity to experience the wonder that is Dolly Sods. One of the few true wilderness areas remaining on the East Coast, the Sods offers 10,215 acres of stunningly sublime terrain to explore. The magical, otherworldly sight of wind-warped trees, natural rock escarpments, mosses, lichens, and bright red blueberry bushes in the fall looking out over seemingly endless green pine forests (often cloaked in fog) is truly breathtaking. Hike around, experience the mystical mountains and thrilling backcountry, and stop in to Beander’s Restaurant & Tavern! We offer the best food and drinks near this exciting natural wonder.
Elkins Depot – Durbin & Greenbrier Valley RR Train Rides
The friendly folks down at the Elkins Depot are ready to take you on a unique excursion through the mountains to see sights you just cannot view any other way. The Durbin & Greenbrier Valley Railroad operates four beautiful historic locomotives that have been beautifully restored. Depart from Elkins on your choice of scenic trips ranging from a 4,000 ft. mountain ascent, tunnel 1,800 ft. through Cheat Mountain, explore clean mountain streams, wildflower meadows as far as the eye can see, the thrill of the sharpest mainline railroad curves in the United States, and much more. Many of the train excursions offer either lunch or dinner on the train, but don’t worry: we have you covered before and after your trip! Beander’s Restaurant & Tavern serves up good food and good times to keep you satisfied and whet your whistle just a few minutes from the Depot.
Restaurant Near Augusta Heritage Center & Helvetia Square Dances – Elkins, WV
As you make your way along the Mountain Dance Trail as it passes through our region, Beander’s Restaurant & Tavern is ready to take care of you. Whether stopping in the Augusta Heritage Center for a square dance, Honky-Tonk, Swing, or other exciting dance or are on your way to or from Helvetia for an authentic Swiss mountain circle dance, we invite you to enjoy the best food in the mountains!
Allegheny Highlands Trail – Nearby Restaurant & Bar
The Allegheny Highlands Trail stretches from Elkins to Thomas, WV, in the beautifully scenic Potomac Highlands. Since 1884, travelers have enjoyed the scenic panoramas of intrinsic mountain magic. When passing through Elkins, stop in to see the friendly staff of Beander’s Restaurant & Tavern. Good food and good times await!
Food and Drinks Near Davis & Elkins College
Visiting Davis & Elkins College? Beander’s Restaurant & Tavern serves up delicious daily lunch and dinner, and the food and drinks keep coming well into the night. We are located right in downtown Elkins. If you are on your way through the area and looking for a place to call it a night, the Graceland Inn Mansion is now accepting overnight guests. Don’t miss The Stirrup Gallery’s more than 10,000 pieces of American history and culture, as well as artifacts dating back to the Stone Age.
Restaurant Along Staunton-Parkersburg Turnpike – Elkins, WV
Add Beander’s Restaurant & Tavern to your itinerary while traveling the Staunton-Parkersburg Turnpike. With over 225 miles to explore, let us take care of your hunger with our mouthwatering homestyle meals and local craft beers. Stay for awhile and enjoy the best live music in the mountains!
Bickel Knob Observation Tower – Nearby Restaurant & Tavern
View a sublime panorama of the magnificent mountain vistas surrounding Elkins from the Bickel Knob Observation Tower. Beander’s Restaurant & Tavern is located just 10 miles southwest of the Tower on Forest Road 91. We are also conveniently located for visitors to Stuart Recreation Area and the Otter Creek Wilderness.
Restaurants Near Historic Beverly, WV
Explore the intriguing history of Beverly, WV and add Beander’s Restaurant & Tavern to your schedule for a delicious lunch or dinner. We are located just six miles north of Beverly in Elkins, WV. Don’t miss out: learn about the rich Civil War history of this region firsthand while you’re in town!