Excellent Food and services. Pizza and wings were delicious. Pizza was a salad on a crust. Hubby loved the big, big chicken wings.
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I'd been familiar with Maggie's and this was no surprise. Food is consistent and filling. My alfredo was especially good this trip for some reason. For some odd reason, all the salad dressings seemed to have to much "pepper" or spice for me, but that...More
We eat here quite often. A rustic atmosphere with great menu items. The wood fired pizza oven produces awesome pizzas. Staff is very friendly, attentive to your needs, and veryn efficient.
Had dinner here while in Elkins, staying at the Holiday Inn Express. We arrived about 8:00 pm on a Saturday night and were quickly seated in a booth. The inside of the restaurant is neat with many historical items and advertisments on the walls. They...More
Got into to town late at night on a Monday. Hotel clerk recommended Maggies for dinner. Menu had many options to choose from. Had the 8 oz steak and it was excellent. Service was great also.
A fun group of friends just spent 5 hours floating down the river in Parsons, WV. We went here for some food before we headed home. So much food... everything was terrific and prices were reasonable. Lots of places to sit... service was a little...More
Found this restaurant while walking around Elkins with my family. We were seated in a semi-enclosed booth steps away from the door, which was wonderful because my youngest was asleep when we arrived. We couldn't see any other tables from our booth. Our waiter was...More
We stayed at the near by Holiday Inn and this was recommended by Staff. Walking distance which was nice ( less than 2 city blocks). Food was excellent and service was very good. Just burger and steak sandwiches that were served hot and fairly quickly....More
Great place to meet friends, family, or for business. Food is always great, and portion sizes are quite large. Wide selection and custom made entrees.
Loved the atmosphere and looking at all the antiques displayed throughout the restaurant. The history of the building was unique, seeing that it was originally built to house G. C. Murphy Dept. Store. We were there for lunch. Food and service were excellent. Sandwiches were...More