This summer, take time to visit a few local shops, and support the community. When we shop local, we help support our friends and family in Mercer County. Look at our roundup of stores and restaurants to support in Bluefield. Spread the love this summer and check out our complete list of stores and restaurants throughout the area.
The Blue Spoon Cafe’s outside dining area is the best way to spend an afternoon. Try their new coffee menu and relax with friends, family or the family dog. The outside patio is pet-friendly! Enjoy their cool chicken salad on a hot day and pair it with a sweet treat!
A cute summer outfit is just a few miles away. Ladies and Littles sells affordable and trendy clothes and accessories, with southern hospitality. Find a special dress for date night, or gift a friend with a cute summer T-shirt. You can also shop online and select curbside pickup.
The Ugly Duckling is like a trip back in time. Wander through dozens of antiques, collectibles and more. You never know what you will find!
Patty Joe’s restaurant, on Cumberland Road, is owned by Patty and Joe, whose love story began as cooks in the Air Force. After running a restaurant in Massachusetts, they moved back to West Virginia. Check their Facebook page for daily specials like lobster bisque, pizza night, and more.
This trendy restaurant, named the RailYard, is the perfect place for a date night. Enjoy signature cocktails, craft beers and appetizers. We suggest the chicken waffles nachos to start! Don’t miss their signature cocktails, or a craft beer!
Learn a new skill at the Bluefield Yarn Company! Owner Karen Rideout can show beginners how to knit and even offers social distancing knit nights in the evenings!
If anything, Bluefield is certainly historical and has many stories to tell about her grand past. Take a peek inside Kammer Furniture store and ride their historic elevator. Read more about how this Vintage Elevator Gives Ride Through Bluefield’s History
New businesses are also coming to Bluefield! Look for the sister store to Princeton’s Heart Strings Boutique, the Vault Downtown, inside the Historic Bank Lobby, and a cupcake store on Cumberland Road.
This post was last updated on November 17, 2020