This West Virginia pizzeria’s hard to top

Food lovers cross state lines for its pies

Pizzas & Cream/ Photos by Davina van Buren
Pizzas & Cream/ Photos by Davina van Buren
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Being a food journalist, I’m always on the lookout for unique dining experiences. Among my favorites: a restaurant inside an ancient cave at Teotihuacan, a dining room suspended 180 feet above the Las Vegas Strip, and a serverless restaurant strictly for parties of one in the Roswell, Georgia woods.

When a coworker tipped me off about “a restaurant in somebody’s backyard,” of course, my ears perked up.

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