Situated above Harper's General Store near the main road intersection at Seneca Rocks, this restaurant could best be described as unassuming or quaint. Rustic and sparsely appointed but with balcony seating (the "front porch") offering a beautiful view of the hills, we expected little more than basic family diner fare. To our surprise, the menu, though not excessively large, offered a nice variety of selections. We opted for the large fresh dough pizza with Italian sausage, onions and sweet peppers. The crust had a classic hand-tossed texture, but not excessively thick and with a crisp, greaseless bottom. The toppings were plentiful with excellent flavor. Most unique were the sweet peppers, which were pickled and lent a unique quality to the pie. This pizza was better than most we've had traveling in much larger cities, so it was quite a revelation to find it in small town West Virginia. The service was prompt and pleasant, and the scenery was extraordinary. The restaurant does not serve alcohol but allows carry-in, and Harper's carries a wide choice of beers on the first floor. We will absolutely return to the Front Porch when we next visit the area.
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