White Front Tavern and Grill to welcome back live entertainment

GRAFTON—Following the governor’s mandate to do away with live music earlier this year, the White Front Tavern and Grill would like to announce their first performance being held this weekend.

 Because the mandate was recently lifted, live music will once again commence, and the back deck will be open all summer long for performances to go on as usual. 

This coming month, White Front Tavern and Grill will proceed to having open mic night every Thursday evening, and lady’s night will be held every Wednesday evening.

As everyone in the community may remember the White Front as just a local bar, that in fact has changed over the past few years. The White Front Tavern and Grill now has seating area for in-person dining and an option of take out.

They have a full menu with a variety of great food and a nice selection of beverages. Recently a kid’s section was added to the menu, giving children a wider variety of food options, as well.

Another bonus that was added to the local bar and grill was a breakfast menu. Breakfast is held every Saturday and Sunday from 8:00-11:00 a.m., and after that time, the establishment goes straight into their lunch service.

Staff members revealed that some local favorites are often served daily. Best-selling foods include wings, hoagies and their famous Tali Sausage Sandwich, featuring locally made sausage.

Speaking of locally made, on draft the High Ground beer Mandatory Fun is made locally and is served daily, along with other traditional favorites on draft such as Yuengling, Devil Anse, Blue Moon and Busch Light.

White Front hosts Happy Hour on Monday-Wednesday from 5:00-8:00 p.m. You can check out all daily and weekly specials by visiting the White Front Tavern and Grill’s Facebook page.

Additionally, the White Front Tavern and Grill likes to take part in holiday specials and usually has something going on for each occasion. All holiday specials or individual specials will also be featured on their Facebook page, so be sure to like and follow them at www.facebook.com/WhiteFrontTavernAndGrill.

Be sure to join them on April 4 for a special Easter Dinner, which will include ham, scalloped potatoes, green beans and a fresh roll. They will also be offering sweet potatoes and both deviled and pickled eggs. 

For all the boaters out there this summer, a boaters’ meals will be offered, and the White Front Tavern and Grill will be selling bags of ice.

Boaters’ meals are packaged meals that boaters can purchase, coming through on their way to the lake. The meals will depend on individual orders or what specials are being offered that day.

The White Front Tavern and Grill would like to welcome everyone to stop in and try out their food and drinks, as well as to relax and enjoy the entertainment.

In addition, the establishment is looking to expand their team and is now taking applications for bartenders and cooks. Those interested in applying should stop in and fill out an application in person, at 4544 Wendel Rd Flemington.

And while it is still a ways out, the White Front tavern and Grill would like to announce the 2021 Belgiumfest that will take place on September 10, 11 and 12 at the Taylor County fair Grounds. This was created by Social Saturday and is sponsored by RG’s Almost Heaven Harley Davidson Motorcycles.

Individuals are welcomed to come and celebrate veterans and first responder’s during the 9/11 weekend. There will be a swap meet, vendors, primitive camping and a bike wash.

Friday at noon, bands will hit the stage following a Burnout Contest, a First Responder/Veterans Ride, and at 9:00 p.m., join them as they feature Bad Mother Trucker.

Saturday bands will play all day, but before the music kicks off, come out for their 9:00 a.m. Vintage Car and Bike Show. Then at noon, guests can take part in a Vintage Bike Ride, followed by Biker Games at 5:00 p.m. Be sure to pull up a seat when Stone Senate takes the stage at 8:00 p.m.

Finally, on Sunday join in on a Blessing of the Bikes, and live music throughout the day.

Participants will have a few ways to take part in the event. Tickets will be sold as follows: $20 for one day, $50 for a weekend pass, $25 a night for camping or $150 for a weekend bundle, which includes weekend camping and two weekend passes. Tickets may be purchased locally at the White Front Tavern and Grill.

Belgiumfest’s goal is to donate to a local charity who helps veterans and children in the four-county area. 

Be sure to check out, like and follow Belgiumfest WV at www.facebook.com/BFWV2020 for more information and updates.

All planning may be subject to change per the governor’s guidelines and restrictions. Social distancing will be honored per the guidelines.

The friendly folks at White Front Tavern and Grill are hoping to see everything get back to normal and are hopeful that by September, there will be less restrictions in place, allowing the Belgiumfest to be everything they expect and more.

Be sure to keep an eye on a future edition of the Mountain Statesman for updates on the event.


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