Clarksburg Places

TripWhat's travel guide to Clarksburg; our list of the best things to see, including West Virginia Italian Heritage Festival, Glen Elk Wine, Music and Arts Festival and West Virginia Blackberry Festival.
  • The best place in Clarksburg: West Virginia Italian Heritage Festival

    West Virginia Italian Heritage Festival

    340 W Main Street
    Held each Labor Day weekend since 1979. Pasta cookoff, hot pepper eating contest, homemade wine contest, bocce and chess tournaments, traditional Italian music and dancing, 5K run, festival ball, parade, live entertainment. Rated one of the top 100 events in North America.
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  • Glen Elk Wine, Music and Arts Festival

    2-day street festival with local wineries
    Held in the historic Hlen Elk Village district. Information: 304-622-0711.
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  • West Virginia Blackberry Festival

    Clarksburg city park on WV-20 in Nutter Fort
    Held the first weekend in August since 1996. Blackberry pie and cobbler baking contest, food vendors, handmade crafts, golf tournament, talent contest, parades, carnival, live entertainment, fireworks. Lots of blackberry desserts available.
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  • Embellishments

    134 S 3rd Street
    Eclectic housewares and gifts, including gourmet foods, rugs and tapestries, china, artisan soaps and much more.
  • Greek Food Festival

    1010 Factory Street at the St Spyridon Greek Orthodox Church
    Held in early June. Greek food, music and dance.
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  • Jesus Fest

    Located at the new amphitheater at city's Veteran's Memorial Park. Information: 304-623-1362 or visit their web site at
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  • Salem Applebutter Festival

    Many fraternal and non-profit groups vie for the best applebutter award
    On-going entertainment, talent show, beauty pageant, arts & crafts and food and applebutter in abundance. Also a 5K run will take place. Information: 304-782-1518.
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  • Oliverio Peppers and Pasta Products

    427 Clark Street
    Freshly made sausage, chopped cherry peppers and pickled vegetables, cracked olive salad.
  • West Virginia Black Heritage Festival

    uptown Clarksburg
    Held the second weekend of September. Celebrating black history with music, artists, soul food, a gospel sing, a youth showcase and speakers. Call 304-623-2335.
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  • Ritzy Lunch

    456 W Pike Street
    Serving local favorite hot dogs since 1933. Try them topped with chili and slaw.
  • Greenbrier Restaurant

    200 Buckhannon Pike
    Open daily 11 am to 11 pm. Owned by two Italian sisters who learned to make pasta from their mother. Soups, salads, appetizers, sandwiches, beef, poultry, seafood, homemade and baked Italian specialties. Try the fried meatballs for $1. $4.50 - $40.
  • Minard's Spaghetti Inn

    813 East Pike Street
    Very popular local restaurant serving baked pasta, spaghetti, steak, seafood, salads, Italian specialties. Try the spaghetti with meatballs and their house salad.
  • Double Diamond Casino and Lounge

    424 Buckhannon Pike
  • Julio's Restaurant

    501 Baltimore Avenue
    Italian and continental cuisine. Try the crab cakes. $20 - $30.
  • F.O.P. Mountaineer Lodge # 78

    F.O.P. Mountaineer Lodge # 78

    1422 Buckhannon Pike
  • Minard's Spaghetti Inn

    Minard's Spaghetti Inn

    813 E Pike St
  • Vito's Pizza

    104 Park Blvd
  • Julio's Cafe

    Julio's Cafe

    501 Baltimore ave.
  • Dagwood's Subs & Pizza

    327 W Main St
  • Toni's Ice Cream & Yogurt

    Toni's Ice Cream & Yogurt

    1700 W Pike St
  • Big Frank's Bar-B-Que

    Big Frank's Bar-B-Que

    211 N. 4th Street
  • Parkette Family Restaurant

    Old Bridgeport Hill
  • Gourmet Cafe

    795 W Main St
  • Buffalo Wild Wings

    45 Betten Court
  • Wonder Bar

    Bridgeport Hl
  • Bonnie Belle's Pastries

    1520 Buckhannon Pike
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EDIT THIS ITINERARY Our list of places in Clarksburg uses some content from Wikipedia and Wikivoyage.