Generally, twice a year I drive down to North Carolina to visit relatives, and frequently I'll spend the night enroute in Huntington West Virginia. An overnight stay there ALWAYS means breakfast at Tudor's Biscuit World. The food there isn't memorable, but it's good and hearty; always a dependable stop. They're only open for breakfast and lunch; I think that they all close at 2:00PM ( the similar Biscuitville chain in NC keeps the same kind of hours. ) I always get the Super Breakfast - 2 eggs, choice of meat ( sausage for me ), fried apples, home fries, biscuit and gravy. A great way to start the day in the Appalachians. Their lunch menu, mostly sandwiches, features a regional "delicacy" called The Hungry Man's Lunch - pinto beans n' cornbread, fried potatoes and raw onion. You can't get much more West Virginia than that! If I remember correctly, they have about 50 locations.
post edited by nocarolina - 2009/10/10 12:43:17