Grafton is a city in — and the county seat of — Taylor County, West Virginia, USA. The population was 5,164 at the 2010 census. Both of West Virginia's national cemeteries are located in Grafton. Mother's Day was founded in Grafton on May 10, 1908 and the city is home to the International Mother's Day Shrine. Grafton was one of the first places to observe Memorial Day in the United States. Grafton originally developed as a junction point for the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, serving numerous branches vital to the local coal industry.
Things to do in Grafton
4.5 based on 52 reviews
Great food at great prices! Service is always pretty decent given the layout and design of the restaurant. It is situated in a cozy, remodeled, old house. The decor is welcoming every season. The lasagna and breadsticks are to die for. A half rack of ribs goes a long way, and is always super tender. The ribs have a sweet barbecue glaze and can always be eaten with just a fork. One of the best places for ribs, & truly the best place to eat in Grafton.
3.5 based on 7 reviews
Friendly service. Only once was I disappointed. I ordered a large chocolate cone, and it looked like a small! Usually, they do a great job, however. I think that day, the girl was new and was learning.
4.5 based on 37 reviews
Staying at the Tygart Lake State Park Lodge with no dining room, Jerry's was the nearest restaurant. We stopped on our way in to the park for lunch. The hot roast beef sandwich was one of the poorest I've ever had. The roast beef was a single slice, poor quality covered in a dark brown gravy that was a package mix or canned product. The mashed potatoes were clearly instant and flavorless. Nothing we were served seemed home cooked or even freshly cooked. Most likely, prepackaged and/or frozen. Later we returned for dinner. Having had such a negative experience with the "home cooking", I decided to go for the more traditional fried foods available everywhere- chicken strips and fries. They were adequate, no complaint. But only adequate. Others in my party had a hot dog (couldn't eat it-said it tasted "off),a hamburger (which he said was very good), a steak sandwich with onions (he loved it). Overall, if visiting Grafton again, I would skip this stop and look for something else.
4.5 based on 17 reviews
I cant say enough about this place.. They have a pizza/salad bar that's so insanely cheap its unreal. They offer extra large size pizzas for 10.00. They also have a whole lot of different items on their menu. Its worth checking out that's for sure.
4.5 based on 9 reviews
I find myself wanting to stop here all of the time to get a little Raspberry cone. They make all types of floats and splits. Even have burgers and dogs type stuff. If you're coming through on you motorcycle, there are gazebos to shade you while you relax on your countryside drive.
4 based on 16 reviews
Best steak hoagie, EVER! I only rated 3 because of witnessing very unpleasant display of poor manners by owner, he was complaining - loudly, how much Styrofoam cups cost and "who in hell put all those cups out?" Interior hasn't changed in well over 30 years, don't expect fine dining, this puts all new meaning to "Hole in the Wall". But, Oh my!! Those Hoagies are too die for!
4.5 based on 5 reviews
My son loves Subway! So with that being said the Subway in Grafton WV is a place we eat often. It's clean and the staff is always friendly.
5 based on 2 reviews
This is a very nice place to eat- -warm, friendly atmosphere with very reasonable prices.
This is the best place in Grafton for a good, affordable breakfast, Fast & friendly, they keep your coffee cup full!
4 based on 4 reviews
A buffet option was recently added to this restaurant and the food is always good. The employees speak minimal English but are very friendly and keep your drink filled and your buffet plates cleared. I'd recommend. Dinner buffet is a little on the pricey side, but worth the food and supporting a local business.
4 based on 4 reviews
I have dined in countless Mexican restaurants across the country, most very good. I have decided, at least a guess on my part, most must use handed-down family recipes for their menus. That being said, I did not find this one to be very good. My favorite Mexican dish is the chili relleno (Mexicana). Typically, these come with the requisite beans and rice and a delicious red sauce, sometimes the sauce is green. My order today came smothered in what appeared to be an orange sauce of indeterminate style or flavor. Regardless of what it was, the chili itself was stuff with way too much cheese and killed any of the flavor of the chili. The rice was rather bland and the beans what I would call a strange flavor. I won't be going back, but as with any restaurant I review, I strongly suggest you visit the Cancun and determine for yourself as to whether is it good or not so good.
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