By Betty Gandee
Just as the cold weather has hit and you’re looking for great, warm, comfort food, the Cupboard Restaurant opened its doors in Clendenin, WV, to satisfy your country food cravings.
The grand opening of the Cupboard was a huge success as many patrons from Clay, Clendenin, and surrounding areas came to support Michelle Parilac and this new option in dinning.
The seats were full and the staff was busy ensuring customer satisfaction last Wednesday. On opening day, Chef John Smith prepared some wonderful rabbit stew, and the baker, Susan Marcum, baked up some home-style goodies including pumpkin rolls and coconut cream pie. The staff started their day early, opening at 6 a.m. for breakfast.
This is a big change for this area, seeing that home cooked breakfast in this area has been obsolete since the flood of 2016. Biscuits and delicious venison sausage were offered up for hunters wanting their fill before the 2018 hunting season.
Many came out to try the food and meet staff. The reviews on opening day were positive with one customer saying that it is nice to not have to drive over an hour for a nice steak. He says the steak was delicious and the staff friendly.
The Cupboard is open daily and plans to serve several country favorites such as baked steak and gravy, turkey and stuffing, a variety of sandwiches, salads, and soups and daily dessert specials. Breakfast, lunch, and dinner will be served each day, and the Parilac’s welcome you to come and enjoy a set down meal with your family and friends. For more information of service times and carry outs call 304-548-5556.