Man’s VacationDay One
Afternoon - Arrive in Lewisburg and check into one of the city's newest properties, the
Holiday Inn Express, Hampton Inn or Fairfield Inn and Suites.
Mid-Afternoon - Take a tour at Smooth Ambler Spirits, Greenbrier Valley's true grain to glass craft distillery, offering gin, bourbon, vodka and white whiskey. Using the finest whole American grains, milled on-site and carefully combined with local mountain water. Smooth Ambler Spirits creates products with quality in mind and passion taken deeply to heart. A working still is on display at all times and tours are available by calling in advance, 304-497-3123.
Dinner - Have dinner at The Livery Tavern, specializing in farm-to-table locavore cuisine which includes local cuts of beef, crispy pork belly, braised lamb and short ribs.
Breakfast - Enjoy breakfast at Greenbrier Valley Baking Company. Located in a restored bakery building, GVBC offers artisan breads and European coffee.
Mid-Morning - Morning activities include either golfing or an off road adventure at The Greenbrier.
The Old White TPC, the first 18-hole golf course at The Greenbrier, opened in 1914. It is also home to The Greenbrier Classic PGA TOUR event, and is the oldest course currently used for a PGA TOUR event, as well as the only C. B. Macdonald course available to the public. Come check it out for yourself. Or, get behind the wheel of a specially equipped Jeep Wrangler Rubicon and explore the mountains of West Virginia with a highly trained Off Road Adventures guide at The Greenbrier's Off Road
Lunch - Enjoy lunch at The Greenbrier. Dining options include Sam Snead's at the Golf
Club, Slammin' Sammy's, or CafÃ© Carleton.
Afternoon - While at The Greenbrier, enjoy a guided tour of the resort with plenty of time
to visit the shops and artists community. Don't miss:
- Greenbrier Avenue Men's Shop
- The Gun Club Shop
- The Greenbrier Gourmet Shop, with a selection of fine cigars
- The Art Colony, the perfect place to find a "must have" item to bring home
Dinner - Dinner in downtown Lewisburg at one of Lewisburg's fine restaurants. Choices include Food and Friends, featured on The Food Network's "Best of ... " series, or Del Sol Cantina and Grille, which serves fresh Latin cuisine and offers a full bar.
Nightlife - A short walk through downtown Lewisburg lends itself to many nightlife opportunities. Catch a live performance at Carnegie Hall, one of only four arts center's in the world built by Andrew Carnegie and still in operation. Or, stop at the Irish Pub on Washington Street for music and a pint.
Breakfast - Try The Wild Bean, serving fresh roasted organic coffees, espresso, baked goods and breakfast items.
Mid-Morning - Head over to Caldwell for a morning of archery and sporting clays. Powder Ridge Sporting Clays offers a 12 station NSCA Sporting Clay Course and a full 3- D archery range.
Lunch - Call ahead and have boxed lunches ready from one of the areas many restaurants and catering services. Convenient to both Powder Ridge Sporting Clays center and L&S Pistol Range is April's Pizzeria, specializing in calzones, pizza and other Italian Specialties. Or, head over to 50 East, The Mason Jar or Rt. 60 American Grill in White Sulphur Springs.
Afternoon - Depart for home.