Come See#CWV

With weather warming up and life creeping to some sense of normalcy, what better time to come see #CWV than now? Keep reading for ways to make your CWV weekend getaway a success!

After a Friday spent traveling, you’ve likely worked up quite the appetite for dinner. No matter what type of cuisine you may be in the mood for, the Capital City has you covered. Two local favorites are Black Sheep Burrito and Brews located at 702 Quarrier Street and Pies & Pints located at 222 Capitol Street.

Man standing next to book stand at Taylor Books.

Start your Saturday off right with coffee and a cozy atmosphere at Taylor Books. In addition to its café, Taylor Books offers a wide array of local and regional fiction and nonfiction titles, used books and unique magazines. This eclectic Capitol Street bookstore also carries a collection of greeting cards, stationery and all sorts of toys.

After a bit of coffee drinking and book buying, you could walk across the street for lunch to a Charleston classic — Graziano’s Pizza. This family-owned restaurant offers multiple types of pizza, pasta and calzones that are sure to please even the pickiest of eaters. 

Now that you’ve catered to your carb cravings for the day, it’s the perfect time to satisfy your sweet tooth at Rock City Cake Company. If you’re lucky, you may also catch a live performance while visiting this rock music-themed shop. Located at 205 Capitol Street, this full-service bakery strives to create innovative and delicious desserts. If you feel overwhelmed by the aesthetically pleasing dessert cases, you cannot go wrong with any of Rock City’s cupcakes or cookies! Pastries and sweets in a display case.

A wonderful way to wrap up your day is by heading across town to Elk City and shopping at Kin Ship Goods and Base Camp Printing Company. Kin Ship Goods sells hand-printed cozy wear and quite the collection of home goods. Base Camp Printing Company designs and prints its own letterpress prints that will jazz up your home or office space.

As your CWV weekend getaway comes to a close on Sunday morning, Mea Cuppa Coffeebar in the Capitol Market makes for the perfect caffeine pit stop with its convenient location right off the interstate at 800 Smith Street.