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West Virginia’s Global Cuisine Scene


We are always on the lookout for new places that fly under the radar to share with our readers—and we never pass up an opportunity to eat.
This fall, expand your culinary and cultural horizons with a visit to these restaurants that are plating up out-of-this-world global cuisine.
Miskycha in Bridgeport is beloved by locals. This low-key spot near the Bridgeport Conference Center brings authentic Peruvian cuisine like lomo saltado, arroz chaufa, yucca, plantains, and tequeños to north central West Virginia.
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