You know you're on to something when you walk into a restaurant - a Bistro, really - and every seat is taken, including those outside on an 80°+ day. This pleasant establishment in the heart of the historic district offers a fixed but large selection of salads, pizza, subs, sandwiches and "combo" meals. Plus, on Sunday's, a Sunday Dinner is offered that is different every week (today it was fried chicken, mac & cheese, and mashed cauliflower). In the mood for something lighter, I tried the "Bobcat BLT," a standard but generously portioned BLT (the Bobcat is the local high school mascot) on toasted whole wheat with homemade potato salad. Other homemade specialties include the Peanut Butter Pie (it moves out of the case briskly) and assorted cupcakes, cookies, and specialty items. Hinton was, is and always will be a railroad town in West Virginia's New River Gorge, so some menu items have a rail-themed name. The terms are explained on the menu. The outdoor seating is seasonal. Reservations for large groups only.