We have several great places to eat and enjoy some down time during your stay at the Inn just down the road. Over the last several months three new establishments have opened, two in Shepherdstown and one just before you cross the Potomac River into West Virginia. These three independent and family-owned businesses are quickly becoming a favorite place for guests to hang out, relax and enjoy delicious food and drinks.

First is Tommeez Pizza & Subs. This Shepherdstown landmark/iconic place to eat/ has reopened under new owners and had a name change. Over the years, Rick Staubs and his brother Raymond worked at Tommy’s Pizza. After the passing of the owner a few years ago the shop had closed. The two brothers took over, remodeled and revamped the menu. They have a great selection of pizza, subs, burgers and baskets. Tommeez is a great place to pick up lunch or a casual dinner to bring back to the Inn.

Directions: Travel west three miles from the Inn on Route 34, or the Shepherdstown Pike into Shepherdstown.  At the second stop sign, turn left on to German Street and follow that to Mill Street to just for before the railroad track and turn right into the parking area . (Click here for Google Maps)

Tommeez Pizza & Subs

300 E. German Street
Shepherdstown, WV 25443
(304) 876-2577

Potomac Ridge Brewing is our newest local brewery and it’s less than five minutes from the Inn. Potomac Ridge Brewing is an independent, family owned brewery on 8 acres in Sharpsburg Maryland steps away from the Potomac River and Shepherdstown West Virginia. The owners, Jeff and Dorie Pilot are great hosts and also own the Little Brick Coffee shop which is next to the brewery.

If you’re looking for a wide selection of beers, IPAs, and specialty drinks, Potomac Ridge Brewery is the place. You can enjoy your beverage in the spacious inside area or you can stroll out back to the pavilion to listen to local music, sit in Adirondack chairs around the firepit or play a game of Cornhole in the backyard. Potomac Ridge also offers over a dozen delicious brick oven pizzas to choose from like the Mountain Mama or the Bub-B-Cue Pork Barbecue pizza. If you just want a snack or appetizers get some “Small Bites”. The Soft Pretzels with Beer Cheese and Mustard is the best.

Directions: Travel west 2.4 miles from the Inn on Route 34, or the Shepherdstown Pike.  Turn left into parking area at the Little Brick Coffee shop. (Click here for Google)

Potomac Ridge Brewing

16609 Shepherdstown Pike
Sharpsburg, MD 21782
(240) 200-9832

The Rumsey Tavern is the location in Shepherdstown at the old Clarion Hotel. Many guests may remember the owner, Campbell Martens, a graduate and football player for Shepherd University from working at Captain Bender’s Tavern. The tavern is named for James Rumsey who unveiled his revolutionary “jet” propelled steamboat in 1787 on the Potomac River at Shepherdstown, 20 years before Fulton’s Clermont.

Campbell has reopened the restaurant which offers a menu that blends classic American bar food with a modern twist. You can savor a selection of mouthwatering dishes crafted with the finest ingredients. From hearty burgers and crispy chicken wings to signature sandwiches and flavorful appetizers, Everyday you can enjoy weekly specials, an outdoor patio and courtyard activities. Rumsey Tavern also offers two private and spacious event rooms that make the perfect place for a special event dinners during you stay at the Inn.

Directions: Travel west three miles from the Inn on Route 34, or the Shepherdstown Pike into Shepherdstown.  At the second stop sign, continue straight on N. Duke Street / WV480 for 1/2 mile outside of town. Turn right on to Lowe Street and follow to parking on the right. (Click here for Google Maps)

Rumsey Tavern

233 Lowe Drive
Shepherdstown, WV 25443
(681) 688-7800