Coffee Stops in the New River Gorge, WV
Warm up and wake up with a fresh cup of coffee! Get a jump on your morning and enjoy a hot cup of caffeine-filled energy fuel on a cold winter morning.
Whether you're stopping through or starting a day of exploring the New River Gorge, here are a few coffee stops to consider:
Kick yourself into gear with a piping hot cup of caffeine, and a loudly quirky environment. From the large ornate windows of this old cathedral-turned-coffee joint to its artfully painted table scenes, this place mirrors Fayetteville's wild character.
The bold flavor extends to the taste, too: the beverage selection includes unique blends. Grab some baked goods or a hot lunch while you're in, or browse the crafts for sale.
Adventures on the Gorge
If you're really looking for something to stimulate you in the morning, pour yourself a quick coffee on the way to a thrill ride! Adventures on the Gorge offers complimentary coffee to its early bird (or mid-day bird) outdoor crews before they head out. Sign up for a few hours of adrenaline pumping— ziplining, whitewater rafting, rock climbing. The Bridge Day-approved way to start your day.
Tudor's Biscuit World
If you're looking to pair your coffee with a hearty breakfast for a combo jump-start to your morning, Tudor's is your go-to or drive-through. Merge your simple cup of warm coffee with a massive, buttery biscuit, or a heaping homestyle platter.
Pies and Pints
It's a little later in the day. How about a beer with that coffee? Pies and Pints has a rotating list of brews that include coffee stouts and other java-flavored brews, so you can have your caffeine (which boosts focus) with some alcohol (which boosts creativity.) One could easily argue this as the perfect lunchtime pick-me-up. Easily.
In a hurry? Using that coffee to hit the ground running! For a great grab-n-go, stop by the Little General store, press a button, and viola! A hot cup of New River Gourmet Coffee. Or, snag one of the cold bottled coffee drinks waiting for you in the beverage section. Either way, it's easy to get in and out, and enjoy.
Where are you making your coffee stop?