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About The Livery Tavern
Our newest restaurant, The Livery Tavern, is a very masculine interpretation of a mid-1800’s tavern, with an open beamed ceiling and a generous use of natural materials and earth tones both inside and out. The Livery has a full bar, privacy booth seating, outdoor patio seating and an extensive wine and port list. Our menu is a reflection of this same interpretation, with dishes including grilled venison, quail, lamb and local beef cuts like 2 inch bone-in rib eyes. The Livery is also fashioned with a unique military motif to honor our father Major General John B. Hirt USMC, who passed away earlier this year. You’ll find these military influences in our logo and other decorative treatments inside the restaurant.
Lewisburg, WV 24901
Contemporary American, Seafood, Steakhouse
Hours of Operation:
$30 and under
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Farm to Table
The Livery Tavern Ratings and Reviews
Wonderful experience. The food was marvelous. Our server, Annie, was very nice and extremely helpful with the menu. All of her suggestions were spot on. The atmosphere was very nice and pleasant. The dining area was noisy, but not to the point of distraction. Menu was not overly pricey. Considering the quality of the food, it was a real value. Overall, a very nice dining experience. We went there for my wife's 40th birthday and she was very pleased. We can't wait to visit again.
A nice meal before attending a show at Carnegie Hall. The ambience was cozy and the restaurant was about 3/4 full. The hostess was not very personable but our waitress was kind and attentive. The food was good, if not slightly overpriced. I would recommend the Livery Tavern to others and we will surely go back again.
We had a hiccup of the restaurant not having a note about our reservation, but the hostess was immediately accommodating and ending up treating us to free drinks for the confusion. The food was the best ever!! Very creative and memorable. We look forward to returning!
Ate at the Livery when staying at the Greenbrier and all of their restaurants were full. This was probably a blessing as the food and service were excellent and probably at a better price point. We will definitely return here if we are in the area of Lewisburg again
Ever since we had our rehearsal dinner at The Livery in 2015 we always make sure to come back when we're in town. Good food, great drinks, friendly service and nice ambience, what more could you want!? I can't say enough good things about Nancy and her entire team.
My 2 guest and I enjoyed all the dishes very much. The only down side was, I ordered the scallop special. When I received my bill the price shocked me! $50.00 for the scallops! Nowhere was the price shown, chalkboard or menu, I assumed it would be in the range of the other entrees. The owner apologized for the lack of information and gave me a bottle of wine. I highly recommend this restaurant, just be prepared for high prices!
If someone is in the Lewisburg, West Virginia area, STOP HERE!!! My wife and I have dined here on multiple occasions and have found everything on the menu outstanding. This last visit I had the soy-ginger salmon and it was one of the best salmon dishes I have EVER had.
Pre-theater dinner, convenient since it's only a block from Greenbrier Valley Theater. My wife and I chose to share a few small plates and split the remarkable Caesar salad. The risotto was exceptional, the Thai chicken/broccoli soup (daily special) was an eclectic surprise. This left us room for dessert: a warm apple bread pudding with vanilla ice cream that was delicious because it wasn't cloyingly sweet like bread pudding can sometimes be.
The only disappointment: we love oysters, so we ordered a half dozen raw AND the sampler platter. The mignonette and cocktail sauces were perfect complements; however, many of the oysters themselves were unusually small. The lively and personable waiter gave us a couple of extras, and we certainly appreciated the gesture.
The ambiance was cozy and warm--perfect for a brisk fall evening.
We have dined at this resturant several times, unfortunately during the past year the service continues to decline. There were no more than 10 tables in use that evening and we still had poor service, it is as if there is no supervision, no one checked to see how we were doing or how the meal was. The food is above average, but somewhat overpriced. The resturant is noisy and it is difficult to have even quiet conversation unless you are in one a the booths. It will be while before we try it again.
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