From fast food to farm-to-table,
we have something to meet any dining pleasure!
Boyd's Steakhouse features a bar that was once owned by Al Capone. With the mahogany booths and costumed waiters, this has become the "go to" place for special meals or fun dining. Enjoy a mimosa or Bloody Mary during Sunday brunch!
Boyd's Steakhouse was also used in the filming of Making of the Mob:NY
Brix 27 is designed as a gathering space for friends and family. A pairing of old world ambiance with a modern flare. Their small plates are crafted to bolster sharing and pairing with their extensive wine collection. Chef Christian and his culinary artists coordinate with our local farmers, allowing unique opportunities to craft seasonal menus that support local growers and push the culinary boundaries that downtown has to offer.
The Peppermill is where fine dining meets speakeasy. Indulge yourself with exquisitely prepared culinary delights in this downtown fine dining restaurant, located in a wonderfully restored 1885 Queen Anne home. Venture upstairs to the Speakeasy Lounge, where you can toast your cares away with a wide selection of delightful libations.
The Blue White Grill has been in downtown Martinsburg for over 50 years. From generous chef salads to the most amazing homemade desserts, this restaurant has a lot of fans! Located on the corner of Burke and Queen streets, Blue White continues to offer old-fashioned charm.
All around Berkeley County you will find great grill restaurants! From salads to sandwiches, steaks to seafood, chain restaurants to locally owned, you will find something for every palate.
Cider Press Deli and Grill features farm-to-table food. Located inside Taylor's Farm Market, the sandwiches, desserts and service make a very enjoyable meal!
Chesapeake Bar & Grill features fresh seafood including crab fests. This is a sure stop if you are this far inland and have that seafood craving!
Best Desserts Anywhere
Berkeley County attracts fabulous dessert chefs! From Latte da Cupcakery to Everything Cheesecake, the calories abound. Also, find some great desserts at Blue White Grill, Cider Press Grill, and Sweet Frog.
For a chocolate repast, stop in and get some truffles at Defluris Fine Chocolate.
Oh, and all these places package to go if you want to "save it for later!"
Want it a little spicier?
Try some great Mexican fare at Viva Mexico in Inwood, or at Las Trancas or Fiesta Tapatia on Foxcroft Avenue in Martinsburg. If you are on the north end, try Cinco de Mayo in Spring Mills. When in downtown Martinsburg you must try Habanero's, where food is so fresh they don't even own a can opener.
Whether you are adept at chopsticks or not, try tantalizing dishes at Chopsticks, where you can order off the menu or select your own combination on the grill line. Downtown features the Peking Restaurant, and Inwood features the Oriental Buffet.
Unique dining can be found at Asian Gardens with its Sunday seafood brunch featuring sushi and crab legs.
Kobe Japanese Steak and Seafood with the entertaining hibachi chef is always a fun time for group dining!
Looking for a flair of Italy? Then don't miss La Tratoria, always a TripAdvisor favorite. Downtown, experience the intimate dining at Casa Visone where owners Francesco and Eva make sure everything is pleasing for you.
Craving pizza? You can't go wrong at one of the many locations of Kings Pizza where they offer not only pizza, but hoagies, ravioli and more.
Or, if you want to get a little Caribbean flair, how about Ting Ting on King Street? With goat curry and ox tails on the menu, this has become a great community restaurant for the adventuresome palate!