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Flour and Feed serves tasty meals in historic Morgantown house

The three-story brick warehouse at 156 Clay St. within the Wharf District seems on the Nationwide Register of Historic Locations because the “Kincaid and Arnett Feed and Flour Constructing.”

A photograph dated 1945 held within the assortment at WVU reveals the constructing with the enduring “Morgantown Flour & Feed Co.” signal painted on the brick between the second and third tales, subsequent to the emblem of Gold Medal Flour. The constructing was constantly used as a warehouse for a lot of a long time and remained largely unchanged throughout that point. When it was first positioned on the Nationwide Register in 1995, it was frequent to search out wheat grains between the floorboards.

Since then, discovering meals on tables fairly than the ground is extra frequent. The constructing has housed a number of eating places, most just lately Flour & Feed. The menu accommodates many acquainted meals, similar to a BLT or mac and cheese, however some elegant twists within the recipe or presentation make it really feel subtle.

Brunch is served from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Saturdays and Sundays. Dinner is on the market from 5-10 p.m. Thursdays via Saturdays. There’s a likelihood for leisure together with a effective meal. Dwell music is a typical providing, and native creatives are invited to showcase their abilities throughout periodic open mic nights.

Over the previous few years, the institution has developed to incorporate an occasion venue that hosts weddings, showers and different celebrations. Your entire house can accommodate giant occasions of as much as 100 company and could be rented for full or half-days. Smaller occasions with fewer than 25 attendees could be held within the personal “backspace” throughout common eating hours.

The historic brick partitions, unique wooden floors and lengthy farmhouse tables guarantee any occasion, giant or small, will really feel heat and welcoming.

EVA MURPHY is a contract enterprise author for The Dominion Submit. She writes a column on companies, church buildings and different entities within the metropolis.