Great place. Buy a loaf of their salt raising bread. Had their noodle soup and half of a chicken sandwich.
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planned my husband's 57th birthday trip around this bakery!...his grandmother made salt rising bread and he says this is the closest he's had to hers!...purchased 6 loaves to share w/family!...for me, it's all about the sweets!...best chocolate chip cookie EVER!...I still think/dream about them!...we ate...More
On a road trip, found this great little cafe, with some most amazing food. The salt rising bread is sooooo good. While we were there mostly to get a loaf of the bread, which we haven't found in many years anywhere, they had a Yuengling...More
Great and unique place for breakfast and lunch! Great atmosphere and beautiful views! Genevieve and her crew are just warm, sincerely and charming! Great experience and certainly will be back! Great location! Just few Minutes from interstate!
A quaint little restaurant/bakery that is off the beaten path, but is worth every minute of the drive to get here. Everything is freshly made and as much locally sourced as possible.
I was introduced to Rising Creek while at WVU, I told my now husband about it while we were dating. He wanted to go but thought I was exaggerating. We lived in two separate places when dating, Rising Creek was a MUST stop whenever he...More
Very nice little place! We stopped on a trip from Pittsburgh to West Virginia. You have to pay attention but it's easy to access less than a mile from 79. The grilled cheese was so good! My boyfriend had the flatbread with bacon and black...More
We were looking for a bakery for breakfast and found this one. Be sure to have GPS or you'll never find the place! Granola and baked goods were very good. Staff was not overly friendly, but we were looking for food, not friends. Neat location...More
We were passing through and I had read the reviews and wanted to stop. Unfortunately, my son and I were not hungry enough to eat but the menu and everything there looked delicious. I did grab a loaf of the salt rising bread and used...More