Last week we announced that Brian and I will be traveling to county stores and restaurants every Tuesday for the months of October and November looking for our favorite things. Our first visit was to Hundred, WV.

This past Tuesday could not have been a more beautiful fall day. It was sunny and warm with golden leaves all around. The perfect West Virginia day!

Listed below are the places where we stopped, chatted, and ate. Hundred is a gem with some of the friendliest people you will ever meet. The next time you are in the area, be sure to stop by the shops and eateries in the home of the Hornets!
Lori, at the Coffee Cabin, serves breakfast and lunch. My recommendation is the chicken salad croissant sandwich (Jojo). It’s the best chicken salad ever! (it’s got carrots!!) Brian’s pick is the BLT with egg and cheese. Listed as Lori’s Cup of Joe on Facebook: 

Teagarden Treasures is a place of the heart. This amazing business serves the community by providing clothing, housewares, and even prom gowns for families in need. Payment for most things is your donation. Items are also provided for free to those short on cash. I purchased two Viking votive candle holder tops, a lovely vase, and two vintage espresso cups.

Check out their Facebook page:
4 Sisters Market is a family-owned business that serves the community with great care. Like so many businesses during the Covid-19 pandemic, 4 Sisters struggled to survive, but knowing how vital they are to this tight-knit community, they worked tirelessly to stay in business. Their perseverance paid off. Stock is now being replenished regularly. They have a deli where you can order a delicious meal, as well as a gift shelf with handmade soaps and other items. And as with every business owner we met in Hundred, service was provided with a welcoming smile!

Route 250 Corner Café is another very cool spot to relax and have a home-cooked meal. The décor is reminiscent of a time when life was a bit slower and neighbors stopped in for a hearty breakfast, or a family for an evening meal. Brian had the Oreo brownie and gave it a big thumbs up. He was supposed to save have saved some for his wife Miranda, but I’m not sure that it actually made it home!

Other attractions:
Once Read Bookstore

The Covered Bridge

The Bike Trail
Wednesday, October 13

Executive Committee Meetings, 8 AM @ the Chamber office and on ZOOM

Saturday, October 16

Estate Jewelry Show at S&S Diamonds 9 AM - 5 PM (see below)
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Chamber Community Cash
Super Spec paint closeout. $15/Can while supplies last. Only at Riggenbach Tile & Carpet
801, 3rd St - New Martisnville
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