Friends, family and, of course, deep-fried hamburgers are what keep Deep-Cut Tavern regulars coming back for more. The signature dish is made from fresh, local hamburger meat that is crusted with a secret spice and breading blend. It is then deep fried and perfectly dressed in locally grown tomatoes and finished with lettuce, onion, cheese and a fluffy bun. People from all over Ohio flock to Guernsey County to catch a bite of this flavorful creation. The tiny yellow tavern is located on East Pike Road, which cuts between mountains on either side, earning its name “Deep-Cut Tavern.” In 1946, […]
By Dori Gray, Photo by Jesse Jarrold-Grapes
Unlike most restaurants, mimosas are not reserved for brunchtime within the walls of Donut Distillery. Its “Boozie Menu” takes the tipsy tradition a step further with the Mimosa Pairing Flight, which couples the eatery’s titular features: donuts and alcohol.
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Photos by Abby Neff // Video by Nathan Blackburn
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By Lexi Potopsky, Photo provided by Jamey and Jennifer Ratcliff
The Walkers broke into the coffee industry after humble beginnings as coffee enthusiasts. Lorraine and Phil Walker started their coffee business off about as local as possible. They began roasting coffee beans in a popcorn maker and selling it to their friends in Gallipolis in 2008. With no starting capital, they managed to turn one of the rooms in their house into a USDA-approved roasting site, distributing to one Kroger in Athens, and gained a very small online following. These days the Walkers spend most of their week inside their 400-square-foot coffee warehouse alongside whirring grinders and the constant smell of beans. With simple origins, Silverbridge Coffee now produces about 1,200 pounds of coffee […]