Snowshoe is a gorgeous must-visit destination in West Virginia, most well-known for being home to the Snowshoe Mountain Ski Resort.

Whether you visit Snowshoe for snowboarding, skiing, or another outdoor adventure, you’ll absolutely fall in love with the village’s charm.

While you’re in Snowshoe, you’re bound to work up an appetite from all the calories you’re burning while having fun.

I’ve rounded up some of the best restaurants in the village and surrounding area to help you decide where to eat!

I can also help you decide where to stay in Snowshoe, WV. I’ve stayed in the Village, at B&Bs, and in a cabin near Snowshoe.

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Cheat Mountain Pizza

Front entrance to a restaurant with pylon sign outside. Best Snowshoe, WV restaurants.
Entrance to Cheat Mountain Pizza

First up on this list of Snowshoe WV restaurants is none other than Cheat Mountain Pizza. This restaurant is located right in the village’s center and serves up all the Italian cuisine you could possibly want. The menu consists of great dishes, including sandwiches, pasta, salads, and of course, signature pizzas. With both indoor and outdoor seating, Cheat Mountain Pizza is one restaurant that can’t be missed.

The most popular dish on the menu is the Supreme Pizza, with almost every topping you could imagine, like sausage, onions, peppers, cheese, pepperoni, and olives. Cheat Mountain Pizza’s overall atmosphere is friendly and laid back, but it can get crowded quickly during peak times to visit Snowshoe.

Prices at Cheat Mountain Pizza are relatively affordable. Most dishes are around $15, with nothing on the menu costing more than $28 for the largest pizza pie.

Find out more here.

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Sunset Cantina

Sunset Cantina is one of the most incredible restaurants near Snowshoe WV for a good reason. It makes this list of the best restaurants in the village for its affordability, delicious flavors, and hospitality.

This restaurant serves up some of the most delicious Southwestern cuisines in all of Snowshoe, with dishes including nachos, tacos, burritos, and more. No matter what type of Tex Mex you’re in the mood for, you’re sure to find it on the Sunset Cantina menu. The most popular dish is the Three Meat Nachos, but my personal favorite is the Chicken Burrito.

The interior of the restaurant is very laid back, with colorful accents throughout. Keep in mind that this is a more popular restaurant and, similar to Cheat Mountain Pizza, can get quite busy during peak times.

Find out more here.

Foxfire Grille

Foxfire Grille is the perfect restaurant if you’re looking to wind down after a long day out in Snowshoe. With comfort food entrees ranging from sandwiches to chicken tenders to hearty BBQ, you’ll find that there’s something on the menu for everybody.

This restaurant has been consistently ranked #1 on Tripadvisor for best American restaurants in Snowshoe, West Virginia. Plus, the atmosphere is perfect for a night out with friends and is also kid-friendly if you’re traveling with your family. You’ll find that this is one of the best places to watch the sunset on the mountain.

The staff are always friendly and have tons of stories to tell if you ask. The most popular dish on the menu is the Roasted Pork Shank, so if that’s your style, be sure to give it a try while you’re at Foxfire Grille. 

Situated inside a lodge with lively decorations, Foxfire Grille is a great place to dine in Snowshoe!

The BBQ here is pretty good and reminded me of Canaan Valley BBQ – one of the best restaurants near Davis, WV.

Find out more here.

Appalachia Kitchen

Charcuterie board and beer at Appalachia Kitchen. One of the best Snowshoe, WV Restaurants.
Charcuterie board with beer at Appalachia Kitchen.

Appalachia Kitchen is one of the best restaurants at Snowshoe if you’re looking to splurge a little! This farm-to-table restaurant offers a lot of locally sourced ingredients, depending on the season so the menu is always changing.

Located inside the new Corduroy Lodge at Snowshoe, Appalachia Kitchen also provides some great sunset views of the nearby Allegheny Mountains. Head Chef Ed Shuttleworth cooks up a wide variety of dishes, including Pan-Seared Day Boat Scallops, Roasted Beet, and Goat Cheese Salad, Elysian Fields Lamb Shank, and more. 

This is the perfect restaurant for couples while visiting Snowshoe. The atmosphere is luxurious, the staff is professional, and the beer & wine list is extensive. 🙂

Find out more here.

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The Junction

Looking for a historic place to eat in Snowshoe? Look no further than The Junction! This restaurant’s atmosphere is comfortable, homey, and lively, with historic decorations covering the walls. The staff here is known for being incredibly friendly, and the food always comes out pretty quickly.

The menu is mainly American foods, with some top-rated dishes including Venison Chili, the Junction Burger, and Hot Wings. The average entree price is between $14 and $18, which is considered mid-range for Snowshoe restaurants.

The Junction also has many seating options, including some that look directly out at the slopes. If you’d like to sit outside, there are tables with umbrellas that can keep you cool in the warmer months!

Find out more here.

Old Spruce Tavern

exterior of the Old Spruce Draft House
Old Spruce Draft House

Old Spruce Tavern is one of the most unique restaurants near Snowshoe WV. What makes Old Spruce Tavern different than the other restaurants in the village on this list is that locals frequent this place!

They have multiple locations around Snowshoe – the Tavern, Brewery, and Draft House. The Tavern and Draft House are in the village and the Brewery is a bit further down the mountain at the entrance to Silver Creek.

The food here is served up pretty quickly, and the menu consists of absolutely no fried food dishes. The majority of menu items here are soups, sandwiches, and salads made from local and fresh ingredients. For a real treat, be sure to order one of their desserts, like the Gone Nuts Banana Split!

One thing to note is that the tavern isn’t that large, meaning that it can be hard to find seating when you visit. Luckily, Old Spruce Tavern does offer to-go options, which can be a perfect way to dine quickly during the day!

This restaurant is consistently ranked as one of the top American restaurants in Snowshoe, second only to Foxfire Grille. Most meals here cost between $10 and $30. If you don’t have at least one meal at Old Spruce Tavern during your visit to the village, then you’re going to regret it!

Find out more here.

Related: How to Do Snowshoe, WV On a Budget

The Boathouse

Ballhooter lift with snow around it
The Boathouse is at the bottom of Ballhooter Lift.

Next up on this guide to the best restaurants in Snowshoe is The Boathouse! This restaurant is located right at the bottom of Ballhooter lift on Shavers Lake.

The Boathouse is located inside a lodge, making for a very comforting atmosphere in the winter months – though small! There are plenty of picnic-style tables outside though.

Since it’s so close to a lift, it’s also a great spot to go if you’re looking for a quick recharge during your day of outdoor adventure. Plus, it’s one of the most affordable places to eat in all of Snowshoe.

The menu covers pretty much all the bases: burgers, fries, mashed potatoes, beer, and more. The Boathouse is really for a quick bite as you rush back out to hit the slopes.

Find out more here.

Hoot’s Bar & Grill

The fast-food and casual vibe of Hoot’s Bar & Grill is what makes it a popular choice. Plus, this grill offers both breakfast and lunch, with classics like Biscuits & Gravy, Breakfast Sandwiches, Mountain Bean Chili, and Hoot’s Famous Smash Cheeseburger on the menu.

Hoot’s Bar & Grill is also extremely popular because of its affordable prices. Nothing on the menu costs more than $14, and the average price of a meal is closer to $10. While the menu isn’t as extensive as some of the restaurants on this list, the food is still delicious.

The restaurant’s inside is quite lively, with a bar, pool tables, and ample seating. During peak season, the inside can get quite busy, so get there early for breakfast and lunch to make sure you get a seat!

Find out more here.

Tuque’s Bar & Grill

Last up: Tuque’s Bar & Grill! This American restaurant is named after one of the owner’s French-Canadian heritage, giving it a personal touch. It’s located directly upstairs from the popular Appalachia Kitchen.

The menu consists of fun dishes, including Classic Poutine, Calamari Steak, Tuque’s Venison Black Bean Chili, and Ribeye French Dip. Most meals cost around $15, making this one of Snowshoe’s mid-range restaurants. There’s also a bar, which helps the place come alive at night.

Tuque’s Bar & Grill has a great and fun atmosphere with bright decor featuring pictures from the slopes. There is also a ton of seating inside, so this is one of the easier restaurants to get a seat during busier times.

Find out more here.

Which of the Snowshoe, WV restaurants is your favorite?

sunset through the trees and over the mountain
Sunset across the road from Top of the World.

Now you know all of the best restaurants in Snowshoe. You honestly can’t go wrong with any place on this list, as they are all great spots to recharge between runs throughout the day. Is there any place that I missed that you think should have been included? Let me know in the comments!

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  1. This is a great foodie guide! I went to Snowshoe when I was in college, but was on a budget and couldn’t fully enjoy the food scene there. I definitely want to go back in the future and check out these places. 🙂

    1. Thank you! Yeah, many of the restaurants aren’t too budget-friendly. I hope you do get to go back! It’s such a cool place.

  2. These all look incredible!

    I love that there is a place called snowshoe! My main question was can you go snowshoeing there…but then I saw the photos at bottom of Ballhooter – lol it looks like you can!!

    1. You can go snowshoeing! It’s not quite like the snowshoeing you do out west, but it’s still fun. 🙂

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