Off the Menu

Besides good food, we also offer our guests other nice options like our Rail Trail Store, our Balcony Bistro and a great upstairs for groups and meetings.

Meetings & Conferences

Posted by on Jun 30, 2011 in Off the Menu | 0 comments

Meetings & Conferences

You’re always welcome at the Rail Yard Restaurant. The second floor of our facility has a large conference room great for conferences, reunions, meetings, and wedding receptions We can provide a variety of meal options for whatever type of event you have!

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Directions

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Directions

Directions to the Rail Yard Restaurant on Railroad Avenue Traveling from I-79 in West Virginia, take exit 99 to US Rt. 33 towards Elkins. You will exit at the Downtown Elkins exit from US 33 east (DO NOT USE the Crystal Springs/Old US 33 exit. The Downtown Elkins exit is much easier). Take a right turn at the bottom of the exit ramp. Go straight until you come to a stoplight and you will see the Rail Yard Depot in the near distance. Stay straight at the stoplight. Traveling from US 219, US 250, or US 33 west from...

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Balcony Bistro

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Balcony Bistro

View with a meal! Eating outside on our fabulous 2nd story covered deck is enhanced by the perfect view of the Rail Yard. Watch the trains come and go and on Summer Saturday mornings the colorful Farmer’s Market is held on the town square. A great place to enjoy a great meal.  

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Rail & Trail Store

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Rail & Trail Store

The Durbin & Greenbrier Valley Railroad’s Rail & Trail Store offers a great variety of unique train souvenirs and gifts.  The store is located on the ground floor inside the restaurant. Hours Monday thru Saturday—8am to 9pm Sunday—8am to 8pm So much to see I could not fill my arms up enough! Such inventive and cuit gifts. Tastefully done. Things I have either never seen or remember when I was a “kid”. Really nice selection. Especially liked the wooden things and the “Railroad...

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