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Three Greenbrier County Restaurants Named to the 101 Unique Places to Dine List

April 19, 2012

Lewisburg, WV (April 18, 2012) - Three local restaurants, Bella Casa, The Mason Jar and Stardust Cafe, were recently recognized in the West Virginia Division of Tourism's 101 Unique Places to Dine contest.

"With over seventy dining options in the Greenbrier Valley, we are thrilled that these three have been recognized by the public," said Kara Dense, Executive Director of the Greenbrier County Convention and Visitors Bureau. "This area is such a culinary delight, it is a joy to be recognized for it."

Located in downtown Lewisburg, Bella Casa marries old-world charm with new-world inspired cuisine and offers an excellent menu of Italian dishes, steaks, seafood and chops all in a warm and relaxed atmosphere. You can enjoy a meal inside the circa 1785 historic house or outside on the patio.

Another downtown Lewisburg location, Stardust Cafe, is known for their fresh quality ingredients with a Mediterranean flair. Stardust offers fine wines and food, including all-natural steaks, seafood, salads and homemade pastries.

White Sulphur Springs' Mason Jar is a full-service, family-owned restaurant that serves a variety of home-cooked specials, including hand-cut steaks and seafood. The atmosphere is casual and welcoming.

101 Unique Places to Dine is a joint effort between the West Virginia Division of Tourism, Collaborative for the 21st Century Appalachia and the state Department of Agriculture that identifies the best eateries across the state of West Virginia. The public was encouraged to vote for their local favorites earlier this year. The complete list can be found at

Bella Casa
208 W. Washington Street, Lewisburg

The Mason Jar
62 East Main Street, White Sulphur Springs

Stardust Cafe 
102 East Washington Street, Lewisburg

For more information, please contact the Greenbrier County CVB at 304-645-1000.

About the Greenbrier County Convention & Visitors Bureau:
The CVB's mission is to strive each day to positively impact the area's economy by marketing the region as a premier tourist destination. The Greenbrier Valley is the second most visited region in the state with 1.3 million visitors annually and an economic impact of more than $181 million.


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