Hurricane-Teays Valley is usually one of stopping places when we're traveling east on I-64 since I don't like to drive on the turnpike through the West Virginia mountains at night. When there, we often eat at Fat Patty's. It's a very nice hamburger restaurant, and our grandchildren like it a lot.
It has a large variety of bar foods done very well. Some of the snacks-appetizers our family likes best are the pickle chips, big pretzel, onion rings, and potato boats. They must have about two dozen different specialty burgers and even more sandwiches. We've tried a bunch and never been disappointed. No matter how picky your kids are, you're bound to find something that they'll eat here.
If you're spending the night in the area, skip the fast food joints and have dinner at Fat Patty's; you'll be glad you did.
One thing, though; there aren't many restaurant choices in Teays Valley, so get to Fat Patty's early or be prepared for a long wait on most nights.
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