All eyes are on Greenbrier County as they continue to get recognition, but this time it’s from Vogue magazine.
Lewisburg was recently recognized by Vogue as the coolest small town in West Virginia. It went into detail on some of the key hot spots of the town. Hill and Holler, General Lewis Inn, Stardust Cafe, Food and Friends and the Greenbrier River Trail were a few places that were mentioned.
Hill and Holler has been open for 2 and a half years and the owner, Jody Wooton, said he is honored to be named along with the other local businesses.
“We’re off to a good start, so I’m very pleased, we’ve got a wonderful staff the town and all the business owners very supportive, we all work very well together, support one another and try to do what we can to get people into Lewisburg,” Wooton said.
Wooton said he hopes this recognition brings more people into the small town to see what Lewisburg is about.