If you’re like me, that warm weather we had a couple weeks ago made me long for a cold beverage beside a body of water. Here in Charleston, that body of water has to be the Kanawha River, so I thought of The Barge. Unfortunately, they were not open.
Rest easy, though, friends- The Barge is set to open for the season this Saturday, May 15.
Monday – Thursday 11:00 am – 10:00 pm
Friday – Saturday 11:00 am – 11:00 pm
Sunday noon – 8:00 pm
If you go:
The Barge Bar & Grill
1414 MacCorkle Ave SW
Charleston, WV 25303
I have been waiting for the smoking ban to take effect to make my maiden voyage on the anchored sailing vessel that is The Barge. Of course I planned to sit outside, but in the case no tables were available al fresco…I didn’t want a side of smoke with my sandwich.
In case you haven’t been to The Barge, it is off Route 60, between Oakwood Road and Sport Mart. There are signs to help you find the parking lot. It is a short walk down either an incline or stairs – or you can take a golf cart-ish shuttle down to the restaurant. There are two distinct options: the Barge Bar with indoor and outdoor seating open for lunch and dinner, or the fine dining restaurant on the upper level of the boat open for dinner only Wednesday through Sunday.
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