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Sharing her passion -- Hinton restaurant serves unique, locally sourced menu items


I’m sorry,” Sarah Gleason says, pausing midsentence. “I just love food.” And when Gleason starts talking about food — any kind of food — she says she can get a little carried away. 

“You just have to tell me to stop,” she says, laughing. 

But the 27-year-old doesn’t “stop” doing anything easily. At least not for long. 

Gleason is a bundle of energy, excitement and ideas. 

That’s probably a good thing, too. She’s a one-woman show at Lucky Rivers Café and Catering in Hinton. 

Since November Gleason has served up what she describes as a “unique culinary experience inspired by the wonder of West Virginia and the beauty of its people.” 

“It’s so diverse,” she says of the menu. “There’s so many fun things on it.” 

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