Martinsburg is a city in and the county seat of Berkeley County, West Virginia, United States, in the tip of the state's Eastern Panhandle region. Its population was 17,687 in the 2016 census estimate, making it the largest city in the Eastern Panhandle and the ninth-largest municipality in the state. Martinsburg is part of the Hagerstown-Martinsburg, MD-WV Metropolitan Statistical Area.
Things to do in Martinsburg
4.5 based on 48 reviews
Daily Grind is a coffee shop and restaurant that strives for excellent customer service and consistency. We are locally owned and operated and have been a part of the community for over 10 years.
I love this coffee shop. I waited for my husband here, and I loved the atmosphere, the friendly employees, and the coffee. Wish we loved nearby because I'd be here several times a week!
4.5 based on 326 reviews
Chips and salsa were addicting.Seated us in the rear so we could visit and children didn't both guests without children. Children (4 in total) devoured there food). Something for everyone. Mexican is not our favorite, but we had great options and good advice on spiciness.
5 based on 56 reviews
We came in on a Saturday afternoon and was greeted very quickly. Staff was friendly and helpful. The cheesecake was amazing. You can tell they make it fresh daily, no hard crust, smooth texture and wonderful taste. The apple cinnamon scone was great too. We...MoreThank you for visiting us!!
4.5 based on 131 reviews
They make great NY style pizza. We were in New York on a quick visit and stopped at a pizza place that was rated as one of the best in New York and it tasted a lot like Kings, in fact I think I like Kings pizza better.
4.5 based on 146 reviews
My husband and I had a gift certificate for the restaurant. We decided to use it on Valentine's Day. The food was ok, nothing to recommend. About the only thing I liked, that's not sold everywhere was the seafood mac and cheese. I tend to shy away from it because other resturants that I've been to have used leftover seafood. Boyd's was, once again, ok.
4.5 based on 80 reviews
Indian spices are used not only for creating unique and robust flavors but also for their medicinal and Ayurvedic properties. Indian cuisine is defined by the wide range of flavors imparted by the elegant and unique combination of multiple spices and condiments. The driving force behind Spice Connexion is the desire to deliver traditional delicious and healthy Indian fare in an innovative context, using only the freshest of ingredients. We look forward to welcoming you and providing only the best culinary experience.
Even though I've around the Martinsburg area for several years now I didn't really know this place existed up until several months ago. I'm originally from the Washington DC metro area and of course there are tons of Indian restaurants there but I wasnt really expecting to find one in Martinsburg. It turns out that Martinsburg has an Indian restaurant and its in fact very good. While its in one of the main shopping areas of Martinsburg its kind of tucked away on the side of a strip mall so its easy to miss.
The chef is from India and has quite a storied career so the food is very authentic. In addition he's a really nice guy who will come out and talk to you.
As far as food goes, everything I've had here has been excellent. Being from DC metro area I have a lot to compare against and I would put this place up against any fine Indian restaurant you would find in DC.
Service here is kind of spotty. Sometimes had very nice and attentive staff and other times its tough to flag someone down to get you some more water.
The place is on the smaller side but nicely decorated. It was reasonably clean as well.
Overall I definitely recommend this place if you enjoy Indian food.
4.5 based on 103 reviews
The title of this review pretty much covers our experience. The staff was friendly and helpful, the eating area was very clean, and the food tasted great. There is not much more you can ask for in an eating establishment.
4.5 based on 53 reviews
Good Natured Is Evolving Maintaining a large in-store inventory was difficult with our small customer base. We will re-open in 2017 with a new approach to shopping by taking orders online and having customers pick-up at the store. Our inventory will be smaller and more diverse with a focus on local and start-up/independent manufacturers, i.e. less of what you might see in the grocery store. We will still offer bulk herbs, beer and wine, bulk grains and snacks, and the availability for you to purchase other items online. Good Natured will be organized much like a membership/collective. Supplements with be available for drop-ship. All these changes and more will unfold early 2017. If you would like to keep in touch please contact the collective on our web site. Sign-up for our email list so that we can keep you informed about our future plans. Stay friends as we might invite you over for dinner. Smile.
The food was delicious, and the service was excellent, especially considering that we arrived thinking they closed a half an hour later than they did. They were very accommodating considering that, and our food was prepared promptly and served expediently. I had a mushroom ravioli that was exquisite and a berry smoothie that was delectable!!
Access to this place is easy, and it's best to park in the lot if there are spaces available. Martinsburg has fallen from its high point, and I suspect that high point predates any time I have spent there in the last 40+ years. This restaurant/shop is a bright shining spot in a town that has many issues. I hope they are able to keep it going. I encourage as many people as possible to support this restaurant and the attached natural foods store, which seemed to run forever around every corner.
As a vegetarian of nearly 30 years, some might accuse me of bias, but I think I can safely say that this restaurant demonstrates how to make food that omnivores can eat and not lament the absence of dead animal bits.
And the music on rotation made for the cruisiest ambiance I have experienced in some time.
4.5 based on 95 reviews
First let me start by saying the restaurant smells like sewerage maybe they were having bathroom problems I don't know. Services was good for 1 server working. We got kapow and drunken noodles. Both had good taste with nice flavors. My drunken was not spicy enough for my liking so I added chili with fish sauce very nice flavor and good level of spicy (note I eat ghost peppers for spicy). Good food if ever in the area we will be back.
4.5 based on 65 reviews
My singing group was saying goodbye to our chorus director and one of our folks said there was a little Italian restaurant a block away from our final concert location. We all ambled down to it and found a small, dark place run by an old Italian fellow. The prices were reasonable but the food was absolutely outstanding, from the antipasti to the dolci to the house chianti. A big surprise since the place is so minimalist. We sang several barbershop tunes that were well received by the owners and customers. There were 15 of us, everyone had something different, and so one went away dissatisfied or hungry.
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