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At the confluence of the Kanawha and Elk Rivers lies the small city of Charleston, West Virginia, known for the distinctive gold-topped dome of its Capitol Building. The banks of the rivers offer a diverse choice of cuisines ranging from pan-Asian to craft pizza and local beer to traditional Appalachian, with a few offbeat choices and fine dining selections in between. Here is our selection of the ten best restaurants in Charleston.
Nestled inside the Capitol Market, Charleston’s farmers’ market, Soho’s offers gourmet Italian food and wine in a cozy, comfortable atmosphere. Open for lunch and dinner, highlights include pollo alla parmigiana with Soho’s signature marinara sauce and the Soho lasagne layered with Bolognese meat sauce and ricotta cheese. If perusing the Capitol Market activates a sweet tooth, try the cannoli, tiramisu or Soho brownie. Dinner specialties also include less Italian surprises such as the jambalaya and five spice duck, which give a taste of local cuisine. This, coupled with a generous wine selection, makes Soho’s sure to please any appetite.