After a day of whitewater rafting we asked a few locals about a good place to eat and Gumbo's seemed to be the one most mentioned. While I was not enthused about a cajun restaurant I saw their menu (from my phone) and realized there was more than just cajun food so off we went. It is a small place and there were only 1 or 2 other diners when we got there. We were promptly seated by a very friendly server. I ordered the shrimp and grits, my husband had the low country boil. I don't remember what the kids had but all of our food was outstanding. Even their desserts were incredible and different from what you see in other restaurants. Perhaps it was wrong of me to assume but I never expected a meal of that caliber in a small town in West Virginia.
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