We are proud to announce the newest Tudor’s Biscuit World restaurant location opening in Marlinton. This is our 74th Tudor’s Biscuit World.
The restaurant will begin regular business hours Monday, September 12, 5 a.m. to 2 p.m. and will continue those hours daily, Monday through Saturday, with Sunday hours 7 a.m. to 2 p.m.
The restaurant is conveniently located at 221 Eighth Street, offering a bright, airy and attractive new place to eat in a great location.
With the emphasis on country cooking, great tasting food and a warm and hospitable welcome, Zach Chittum will be open for breakfast and lunch everyday, serving the quality food you have come to expect from Tudor’s.
“It’s a beautiful building, and there is great access to parking and to our drive through,” Chittum said. “I found the perfect location for a Tudor’s Biscuit World Franchise.”
Chittum has a clear idea of the warm and personally welcoming restaurant that Tudor’s Biscuit World in Marlinton will be. He believes that it will add something the community has needed for a long time.
The informal surroundings of the new Tudor’s Biscuit World will offer a comfortable, relaxing atmosphere to its customers.
A West Virginia based company with more than 74 locations throughout the United States, Tudor’s is known for its fresh, made-from-scratch biscuits which serve as the basis for an array of signature breakfast sandwiches. The restaurant also serves breakfast platters, lunch sandwiches and home-style dinner entrées.
“I am as excited as our new customers for the opening,” Chittum said. “We are looking forward to serving delicious country cooking to the people in Marlinton.”
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